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Behavioral Science

The behavioral science presents a clinically-oriented overview of psychopathology, the neurophysiologic basis of human behavior, the human life cycle (incorporating prenatal development through senescence), sociocultural determinants of behavior, human sexual behavior, doctor-patient relationships, and healthcare delivery. This course will prepare students for the third-year clinical rotation in psychiatry. Lectures are accompanied by related learning module sessions. 

Recommended Reading for Behavioral Science

Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders - DSM-5

Call Number: Reference Annex WM15 DSM-5 A35 2013

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NOTE: This item can ONLY be viewed in the library.  It CANNOT be borrowed.

Study Resources for Behavioral Science

Board Review Series: Behavioral Science 7/e

Call Number: 2-Hour Reserve WM18.2 F144b 2017

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