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Cornell University    
  Feb 18, 2018
Courses of Study 2017-2018
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BIONB 2210 - Neurobiology and Behavior I: Introduction to Behavior

(OPHLS-AG, PBS-AS)      
Fall, summer. 3-4 credits, variable. Student option grading.

Prerequisite: two majors-level biology courses. Priority is given to students studying neurobiology and behavior. Not open to freshmen.  May be taken independently of BIONB 2220 . Enrollment limited to 15 students per 4-credit disc. Four-credit option required of students in neurobiology and behavior program of study. Three credits with no discussion section; 4 credits with one disc per week and writing assignments.

Fall, M. S. Webster, Staff; summer, H. K. Reeve.

General introduction to the field of animal behavior. Topics include evolution and behavior, behavioral ecology, sociobiology, chemical ecology, communication, orientation and navigation. BioNB2210 website

Outcome 1: To acquire a greater awareness of, and curiosity about, your own behavior and the behavior of other living things.

Outcome 2: To gain mastery at asking and answering questions about the mechanisms and evolution of behavior by performing observations, generating hypotheses, deriving predictions, and developing tests to investigate the causes of behavior.

Outcome 3: To appreciate the similarities and differences between the behaviors of humans and non-human animals, and to understand how the study of behavior is relevant to your other courses, to your own life, and to the world around you.

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