Students conduct experiments on the effects of drugs on human and animal behavior. Scientific writing is a strong focus in this course, with students writing research reports on each experiment. Students are required to propose a novel line of research in the form of a research proposal. Studies conducted in other behavioral pharmacology laboratories are discussed and critiqued. Some work with animals is required. Students with credit in Psychology 284 may not enroll in Psychology 302.  Recommended completion by Fall, senior year, for majors.

Psychology 101.

Class Details
Course PSY 302
Section D
CRN 20391
Time M W F
Time 0830 - 0920am
Building 320 WALL
Instructor Mark Smith
Max 2
Current 0
Remaining 2
Semester Spring 2022