552--Neural Basis of Animal Behavior

Neuroethology is the study of the neural basis of natural behavior. This lecture course will cover topics that include the neural mechanisms underlying predatory behavior and prey escape responses, specialized senses such as magnetoreception and electroreception, echolocation, animal communication, and animal navigation.

Offered Spring Semesters Only

Biology Core Requirement Area: 
Physiology
Plant requirement: 
No
Lab Requirement: 
No
General Education Requirement: 
No