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    Winter Quarter 2010

    Units: 4
    Prerequisites: Graduate standing in psychology or consent of instructor.
    We will cover how genetic backgrounds influence behavior and how the environment can determine the effects of genes on behavior. The course will first review basic principles in genetics and select topics in molecular genetics. Examples of gene-behavior relationships discussed in the first half of the course will be relatively straight-forward and generally will not reflect the complexity that is more commonly observed.  The second half of the course will cover more typical (and more complex) relationships between genes and behavior.  A strong background in molecular biology is not required for this course, but you will need to keep up with the course material. 


    Book Title: An Introduction to Behavior Genetics
    Author: Terence J. Bazzett
    Copyright Year: 2008
    ISBN: Unknown

    Classroom Class Schedule Course Website
    102A Young M W   10:00 AM - 11:50 AM
    Instructor Instructor Email Office Office Hours
    Brian Trainor , Ph.D. 102G Young Hall MW 4-5