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Psychopharmacology (PSYU510) Syllabus Instructor: Denise Jackson, Ph.D. Semester: Spring 2007
 

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Psychopharmacology (PSYU510) Syllabus
Instructor: Denise Jackson, Ph.D. Semester: Spring 2007
Meeting Times: M, W, & Th, 8:00-9:05 AM Room: 305 SH
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course examines the pharmacological impact of drugs on neuronal function with a particular emphasis on
alterations in behavioral states. Related topics include fundamental principles of pharmacology, neurochemical
communication, and basic physiological processes.
PREREQUISITIES:
Psychobiology (PSYu458), Neurobiology (BIOu405), or Biol. Basis of Mental Illness PSYu202)
REQUIRED TEXTBOOK:
Psychopharmacology, Drugs, the Brain, and Behavior, by Jerrold S. Meyer and Linda F. Quenzer, Sinuaer
Associates, 2005
GRADING:
Grades will be based upon your performance on 4 equally weighted exams. Exam questions will consist of
multiple-choice questions, true and false inquiries, matching, etc. Grades will not be scaled.
A 90-100 B 80-89 pts C 70-79 pts D 60-69 pts F < 60 pts
+'s and -'s additions to grades will be assigned accordingly
INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION:
Office Hrs: Mon 9:15-10:15 AM and Thurs. 1-2 PM

  

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