PSYC 103. Research Practicum in Behavioral Neuroscience
This practicum consists of a weekly seminar meeting and a laboratory component. Students will discuss topics related to behavioral neuroscience research and conduct a research project in collaboration with the instructor. Research projects typically relate to feeding and involve behavioral assays, pharmacological manipulations, and/or neuroimaging with mice as the model species. For the lab component, students are required to work in the animal facility for at least 1 hour per week between 9am- 5pm. When taken in the senior year, this practicum fulfills the comprehensive requirement in psychology and neuroscience.
This course may not be taken as pass/fail.
Prerequisite: PSYC 001 , PSYC 025 , PSYC 030 or BIOL 022 , or permission of the instructor.
Lab: 1 hour between 9am- 5pm once or more per week.
Spring 2023. Fobbs.
Spring 2024. Fobbs.
Spring 2025. Fobbs.
Catalog chapter: Psychology
Department website: http://www.swarthmore.edu/psychology
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