This course provides basic information of psychology with reference to neurological
Basis. The students will gather knowledge about the brain’s contribution in every phase of the behavior. It will also educate the students about systematic methodologies which are used in the development of the theoretical frameworks of complex brain- behavior relationships.
The neurological basis of behavior includes Origins of Neuropsychology, Neurological basis of behavior, Evolution of brain, Physiology of Neural Cells, Types of nuerons, Nerve impulse, Communication within a neuron, Communication between neurons, Genetics and evolution of behavior, Ethical issues in Neuropsychology, Physiology of Nervous System, Basic features of nervous system, Development of the brain, Exploring how the brain controls behavior.
- Kalat, J. k. (2001). Biological psychology (7th ed.). USA: Wadsworth/ Thomson Learning Inc.
- Garrett, B. (2009). Brain & Behavior, An Introduction to Biological Psychology (2nd
ed.). California, United States of America: Sage Publications.
- Pinel, J. P. (2006). Biopsychology (6th ed.). New Delhi: Pearson Education.
- Rosenweig, M. R., Breedlove, S. M., & Watson, N. V. (2005). Biological Psychology, An Introduction to Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience. (4th ed.). Massachusetts, United States of America: Sinauer Associates