Courses: Sleep and Circadian Rhythms (PSYCH312A01)

Fall 2014

An examination of circadian rhythms and application of these processes to understanding sleep. The course spans from cellular and molecular mechanisms to systems and behavioral approaches, and includes pathologies of these systems that lead to human disorders. Lottery preference to Neuroscience Sr Minors first then Jr Minors.

Prerequisites: HC Psych 217 (Biological Psychology), BMC Psych 218 (Behavioral Neuroscience) or BMC Bio 202 (Introduction to Neuroscience).

Fulfills: NA Limit:15

Department

Psychology (Web site)

Taught By

Daniel Cavanaugh (Profile)

Location

Haverford, Link 205

Meeting Times

Th 1:30-4:00