Katherine M. Nautiyal, PhD
Assistant Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences
Kate Nautiyal will be teaching Behavioral Neuroscience (PSYC 45) in the Winter Term.
Past courses taught in the Department of Psychology at Columbia University.
-Topics in Neurobiology and Behavior (G4440)
This course explores current research relating to various ‘hot topics’ in the field of behavioral neuroscience including obesity, drug addiction, and sexual attraction and preference. These issues are examined from the behavioral, systems, cellular and molecular levels pulling from both animal and human studies. Syllabus
-Mind, Brain and Behavior (W1010)
An introduction to the biological approach to the experimental study of behavior. Includes consideration of the types of biological data relevant to psychology, as well as the assumptions and logic permitting the interpretation of biological data in psychological terms.
-Statistics for Behavioral Scientists (W1610)