Secondary Field Electives

Your secondary field requirements include two MBB elective courses, selected from the list below. The list includes relevant courses from fields that comprise the core disciplines in the undergraduate student of mind/brain/behavior. This list, which varies each year, has been updated for 2018-2019. Courses on elective lists from previous years will count toward the secondary field; check with Shawn Harriman if you have any questions about previous courses. If you take more than one course from the MBB interdisciplinary seminar list, you may count the additional one(s) toward this MBB elective requirement.

  • Biomedical Engineering 110. Physiological Systems Analysis
  • Biomedical Engineering 128. Introduction to Biomedical Imaging and Systems
  • Biomedical Engineering 130. Neural Control of Movement
  • Computer Science 134. Networks
  • Computer Science 136. Economcs and Computation
  • Computer Science 179. Design of Useful and Usable Interactive Systems
  • Computer Science 181. Machine Learning
  • Computer Science 182. Artificial Intelligence
  • Computer Science 189. Autonomous Robot Systems
  • Culture and Belief 34.¬†Madness and Medicine: Themes in the History of Psychiatry
  • History of Science 176V. Mind and Brain: Themes in the History of Neuroscience
  • Human Evolutionary Biology 1280. Human Nature
  • Human Evolutionary Biology 1323. The Science and History of Alcohol
  • Human Evolutionary Biology 1328. Evolutionary Medicine: Comparative Perspectives on Medical, Surgical, and Psychiatric Illness
  • Human Evolutionary Biology 1330. Primate Social Behavior
  • Human Evolutionary Biology 1373. Explaining Beauty: The Hidden Functions behind Aesthetics
  • Human Evolutionary Biology 1418. Research Methods in Endocrinology
  • Human Evolutionary Biology 1600. Evolutionary Genetics of Complex Human Traits
  • Linguistics 83. Language, Structure, and Cognition
  • Linguistics 102. Sentence Structure
  • Linguistics 105 Sounds of Language
  • Linguistics 106. Knowledge of Meaning
  • Linguistics 112. Syntactic Theory I
  • Linguistics 115. Phonological Theory I
  • Linguistics 116. Semantic Theory I
  • Molecular and Cellular Biology 105 / Neuroscience 105. Systems Neuroscience
  • Molecular and Cellular Biology 115 / Neuroscience 115. Cellular Basis of Neuronal Function
  • Molecular and Cellular Biology 125 / Neuroscience 125. Molecular Basis of Behavior
  • Molecular and Cellular Biology 129. The Brain: Development, Plasticity, and Decline
  • Molecular and Cellular Biology 146. Experience-Based Brain Develompent: Causes and Consequences
  • Molecular and Cellular Biology 170 / Neuroscience 170. Brain Invaders: Building and Breaking Barriers in the Nervous System
  • Molecular and Cellular Biology 186. Sleep and Circadian Clocks: From Biology to Public Health
  • Neuroscience 120. Introductory Computational Neuroscience
  • Neuroscience 131 / Molecular and Cellular Biology 131. Computational Neuroscience
  • Neuroscience 140. Biological and Artificial Intelligence
  • Neuroscience 141 / Physics 141. The Physics of Sensory Systems in Biology
  • Neuroscience 143. Neurobiology of Vision and Blindness
  • Organismic and Evolutionary Biology 57 / Neuroscience 57. Animal Behavior
  • Organismic and Evolutionary Biology 145. Genes and Behavior
  • Philosophy 20. Happiness
  • Philosophy 156. Philosophy of Mind
  • Physics 141. The Physics of Sensory Systems in Biology
  • Psychology 14. Cognitive Neuroscience
  • Psychology 15. Social Psychology
  • Psychology 16. Developmental Psychology: Psychology of Early Childhood
  • Psychology 18. Abnormal Psychology
  • Psychology 1002. Evolving Morality: From Primordial Soup to Superintelligent Machines
  • Psychology 1005. Health Psychology: A Positive Psychology Perspective
  • Psychology 1009. Psychology of Women
  • Psychology 1011. Psychology of Willpower
  • Psychology 1014. How Students Learn: Psychological Science in the Classroom
  • Psychology 1201. Your Brain on Drugs: Psychopharmacology
  • Psychology 1301. Brain Science for World Leaders
  • Psychology 1305. Evolution and Cognition
  • Psychology 1309. Essentials of fRMI for Cognitive Neuroscientists
  • Psychology 1310. Drug Use through a Behavioral Lens
  • Psychology 1352. Foundations of Cognitive Neuroscience Research
  • Psychology 1355. The Adolescent Brain
  • Psychology 1503. Psychology of Close Relationships
  • Psychology 1555. Wired to Connect? The Neuroscience of Social Understanding and Interaction
  • Psychology 1556r. Research Seminar in Implicit Social Cognition
  • Psychology 1581. Psychology of Economic Equality
  • Psychology 1582. Psychology of Belief Systems: Sense-Making, Motivated Reasoning, Ideology, and Misinformation
  • Psychology 1583. Psychology of Social Protest
  • Psychology 1585. On and Beyond the Witness Stand: Social Psychology and the Law
  • Psychology 1586. Confronting Bias in the Self and Others
  • Psychology 1587. Fake News and Political Misperceptions
  • Psychology 1621. It Takes A Village: Child Development and Social Policy
  • Psychology 1651r. Language Development: Undergraduate Laboratory Course: Research Seminar
  • Psychology 1652r. Laboratory in Early Cognitive Development
  • Psychology 1654. What Infants Know, How Children Learn
  • Psychology 1655r. Conceptual Development: Undergraduate Laboratory Course
  • Psychology 1662. The First Five Years: Parenting and the Developing Mind
  • Psychology 1702. The Emotional Mind
  • Psychology 1801. Anxiety Disorders
  • Psychology 1809. Science of Stress
  • Psychology 1853. Self-Destructive Behaviors
  • Psychology 1863. Social Factors in the Development of Psychotherapy
  • Psychology 1864. Buddha Meets Freud: The Influence of Eastern Religion on Western Psychotherapy
  • Psychology 1866. Psychosis: Development, Symptoms, and Treatment
  • Psychology 1867. Pseudoscience and Mental Health
  • Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology 180. Developmental, Plasticity, and Regeneration in the Mammalian Brain