An examination of the relationships between brain function and behavior and the various methods by which physiological psychologists study these relationships. Content areas will include basic neuronal physiology and brain anatomy, neural/endocrine interactions, methods in physiological psychology, control of movement, sexual development and behavior, sleep, ingestive behaviors, learning and memory, and physiological correlates of psychopathology. Corequisite: PSYCH*155. Distribution Requirements: SB, SP. Prerequisites: PSYCH*155.