The Neural and Cognitive Sciences graduate program area includes two broad foci: (i) Neuroscience, and (ii) Cognitive Science and Social Psychology.
The Neuroscience curriculum and research activities are designed to advance understanding of the dynamic relationship between the nervous system, mind, and behavior. Training is offered jointly by the Department of Psychology and the J.P. Scott Center for Neuroscience, Mind, and Behavior, and includes courses in Basic Neuroscience and Cognition, Neuroethology, Behavioral Ecology, and Psychopharmacology.
- Biology of Affect & Motivation (BAM)
- Developmental Neuroendocrinology
- Neurobiology of Learning & Memory
- J.P. Scott Center for Neuroscience, Mind, & Behavior
Human Cognition and Behavior
The faculty in Human Cognition and Behavior direct research and teach courses in visuospatial perception, judgment and inference, and evolutionary and social psychology.
- Complex Cognition
- Related Research in the BGSU School of Media and Communication
- Rick Busselle (BGSU School of Media and Communication)
For information about prerequisites and requirements, campus and facilities, and instructions on submitting an application, see the Graduate Program and Prospective Students pages.
Updated: 09/12/2022 05:10PM