PSYC 4315. HORMONES AND BEHAVIOR. 3 Hours.
A study of the interaction between hormones and behavior. Specific topics covered include; examination of the hormonal influences on sex determination, reproductive behaviors, parental behavior, dominance and aggression, responses to stressful stimuli, homeostasis, and learning and memory. This course uses a comparative approach and draws examples of neuroendocrine function from throughout the animal kingdom including fish, birds, reptiles, and mammals (including humans). Offered as PSYC 4315 and BIOL 4315. Credit will be granted only once. Prerequisite: PSYC 3322/BIOL 3322 or BIOL 1441 or BIOL 3301.