APP2013 - Psychology 2A
|1.||Appraise and challenge the relationship between biological systems and behaviour;|
|2.||Articulate understanding of key psychobiological concepts and theories;|
|3.||Apply knowledge of the anatomy of the brain and nervous system to biological processes and disorders; and|
|4.||Critically evaluate a specific issue or topic related to psychobiology.|
|Test||Online multiple-choice, in class (1 hour)||10%|
|Exercise||Critical debate and Annotated bibliography||50%|
|Essay||Identify and critically evaluate an issue or theory in psychobiology (1500 words)||30%|
|Test||Multiple-choice test (1 hour)||10%|
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