A survey of contemporary theories and research methods in neuroscience. Topics include a discussion of functional neuroanatomy as applied to the regulation of homeostasis, motor systems, cognitive processing, and a discussion of advanced topics in the areas of motor, neurological, and psychological disorders. Lecture and laboratory. Prerequisites: 9 S.H. in psychology including PSY 303 - Brain and Behavior or 9 S.H. in biology. Grade only. Offered each semester.