Graduate Catalog

BMS-563 NEUROSCIENCES

This course in neurosciences examines the gross anatomy and physiological processes of the nervous system, from a clinician's perspective. It provides in-depth analysis of the sensory motor control systems. It describes the organizational structure and functional interactions of the nervous structures. It presents current research on how the central nervous system works, with implications for the clinical practice and neuro-rehabilitation. Topics include arousal and motivation, motor control, learning, memory and emotions.

Credits

3

Distribution

College of Nursing & Hlth Sci

Offered

ALL