PSYC 229 - Research Methods in Learning and Behavior
Semester Offered: Spring
(Same as NEUR 229 ) An introduction to experimental and observational methods in animal learning and behavior. Laboratory experiences have included audio recording and quantitative analysis of animal sounds (bat echolocation and birdsong), operant conditioning, census taking, determining dominance hierarchies, and human visual and auditory psychophysics. Mark Cleaveland.
Prerequisite(s): PSYC 200 and PSYC 221 or PSYC 223 .
Regular laboratory work.
Course Format: CLS
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