How Your Brain Works
2022-23 Sem A
2022-23 Sem B
3 - Science and Technology
JCC
BMS
3
English
English
PILO 1
PILO 2
PILO 3
PILO 4
PILO 5
PILO 6
PILO 10
ATTITUDE
ABILITY
ACCOMPLISHMENT
B1

For many neuroscientists it is a core belief that all of human experience, our sensory perception of our environment, our thoughts, memories, emotions and aspirations are ultimately manifestations of brain function and should in principle be explainable in terms of ultimately simple physiological mechanisms. In this course we enable students to understand the scientific insights and discoveries that this belief is based on. We will cover key topics in neuroscience, from electrical and chemical communication in nerve cells, to vision, hearing, how our brains control our movements, how memories are formed, and how so called neuromodulatory systems control our arousal and attention and shape our decision.

CRN Section Term Type Capacity Day Time Building Room Instructor
1195411954C012022-23 Sem ALecture200Thu10:00-11:50YEUNGLT-17
  • Dr. YANG Sungchil
  • Dr. LAI Kwok On
  • Dr. FUNG Chi Chung Alan
  • Prof. Jan SCHNUPP
  • Dr. XIONG Wenjun
1195511955T012022-23 Sem ATutorial67Fri09:00-09:50LI4208
  • Dr. XIONG Wenjun
  • Dr. FUNG Chi Chung Alan
  • Prof. Jan SCHNUPP
  • Dr. YANG Sungchil
  • Dr. LAI Kwok On
1195611956T022022-23 Sem ATutorial67Fri10:00-10:50LI4208
  • Prof. Jan SCHNUPP
  • Dr. YANG Sungchil
  • Dr. XIONG Wenjun
  • Dr. FUNG Chi Chung Alan
  • Dr. LAI Kwok On
1195711957T032022-23 Sem ATutorial66Fri11:00-11:50LI4208
  • Dr. YANG Sungchil
  • Dr. LAI Kwok On
  • Dr. FUNG Chi Chung Alan
  • Dr. XIONG Wenjun
  • Prof. Jan SCHNUPP
Last Updated Time: 04-Aug-2022 09:50