PSY497H1: Seminar in Biological Timing

Hours

24S

This is an advanced seminar course that examines the mechanisms and significance of timing and timekeeping at several levels of organization in living organisms. Topics include the roles of clocks and oscillations in physiology and behaviour, and the importance of timing in sensorimotor integration, memory, decision making, and health. Course capacity is limited to 20 students and enrolment priority is given to PSY Specialists and Research Specialists.

Prerequisite
PSY202H1/ECO220Y1/SOC252H1/STA221H1/PSY202H5/STA221H5/PSYC08H3/STAB27H3/STAC32H3, and PSY290H1/PSY290H5/PSYB64H3/HMB200H1/PSL300H1
Distribution Requirements
Science
Breadth Requirements
Living Things and Their Environment (4)