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Throughout the last decades, scientists have studied how the brain works, how it controls and influences our behavior and mental processes, and how those behavior and mental processes influence the brain. This course covers basic properties of the human brain and nervous system. We will focus on the biological underpinnings of behavior including emotion, consciousness, learning and memory. Learn to apply this knowledge to increase your understanding of the causes of human behavior by analyzing the structure and function of the human brain and nervous system, investigating how physiological factors influence mental processes and behavior, and exploring current techniques used to investigate the mechanisms of the nervous system. Early-bird deadline: Feb. 11. Provides continuing education for counselors, nurses and social workers. Instructor: Brando Tupaz, PCC-S.
CANCELLATION POLICY: If you need to withdraw or transfer from this class, you must notify the Continuing Education office by telephone at 440.525.7116 four or more business days (Monday through Friday) prior to the class date. You will be refunded the course fee minus a $25 processing fee. No refunds or transfers are allowed without at least four business days’ notice. In most cases, you may substitute someone else to take your place with no processing fee.