PSYC 165 Theories of Consciousness
Description: This course explores various theoretical approaches to the mind-body problem, as well as a broad range of different states of consciousness, including normal waking consciousness, daydreaming, sleeping, dreaming, hypnosis, meditation, and psychedelic drug states. States of consciousness are considered by examining both behavioral experiences as well as neural correlates of those states, including case studies of brain-injured patients and neuroimaging of normal participants in different states of consciousness. This course is intended for all students interested in psychology and/or theories of consciousness.
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