2019-2020 University Catalog 
    
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CBSC 298 - Topical Seminar in Cognitive and Behavioral Science


Credits: 3 credits in fall and winter, 4 in spring.


Prerequisites vary, determined at time of offering. Seminar topics vary with instructor and term. These topical seminars are designed to introduce students to an area of current interest in the field of psychology. Students receive an overview of the research and/or applied practices that have advanced an area of psychological science. May be repeated for degree credit if the topics are different.

Winter 2020, CBSC 298A-01: Special Topic: Nutritional Neuroscience (3). Prerequisite: CBSC/PSYC 111. Prerequisite or co-requisite: BIOL 201 or CBSC 250. An advanced study of the neuroscience concerning nutrition and functional foods. Focus is on the role of nutrition in brain health, development, disease, and treatment. Class topics center on clinical trials, epidemiological data, and molecular mechanisms of action concerning the ability of nutrients to prevent or treat disease. Jenney.

Fall 2019, CBSC 298A-01: Special Topic: Nutritional Neuroscience (3). Prerequisite: Instructor consent. An advanced study of the neuroscience concerning nutrition and functional foods. Focus is on the role of nutrition in brain health, development, disease, and treatment. Class topics center on clinical trials, epidemiological data, and molecular mechanisms of action concerning the ability of nutrients to prevent or treat disease. Jenney.

 

 




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