Brain Anatomy - Learn biopsychology science quickly & easily
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Brain Anatomy - Learn biopsychology science quickly & easily

Learn the anatomy of the brain, biopsychology, and neuro anatomy & science with this course that makes it simple & Fun!
4.6 (11 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
283 students enrolled
Created by Dr. Jeramy Colvin
Last updated 3/2015
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  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Identfy the major structors of the brain and their functions
  • Have an understanding of the relationship between nature vs. nurture
  • Learn the basic structures of the brain and nervous system, terminology, and functions
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  • The only real requirment is a general interest in brain anatomy
  • No previous knowlege or background required - This course is designed to help anyone understand the brain and how it works


This is a great course for psychology students, high school and college anatomy students, and allied health professionals looking to learn more about brain anatomy.

- Over 90 minutes of course content
- Built in quizzes to help you master key terminology
- Structures of the brain and their functions explained in simple terminology

Do you have an interest in the human brain anatomy? Are you a high school or college student who is struggling to learn neuroanatomy or keep up with your biopsychology course? Want to learn more about biopsychology? Have an interest in psychology? This is the course for you!

In this fun course, you will learn the basics of brain anatomy from the structures to the functions. This course is meant to supplement courses you may be taking in school, give a refresher to anyone who is working in the medical field, and will certainly help anyone with a keen interest of the brain. This is not a stuffy lecture where giant terms are just thrown at you, but rather presented in a why to help any student master the basics of brain anatomy.

The course is broken down into simple, bit size pieces that simplifies complex terminology with simple terms and fun mnemonics to help students to master difficult subjects. There are many great graphics to help you follow along, as well as a couple of short quizzes to make sure you master important terms. If you need to prepare for a test, or just brush up on brain anatomy, biopsychology, and neuroscience for an upcoming class, this is a great course for you.

Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone who is interested in the human brain
  • Highschool and college students, or anyone in general
  • Anyone who needs a basis understanding of neuroanatomy, and may be struggling with concepts and terminology
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Curriculum For This Course
16 Lectures
2 Lectures 05:33

Welcome and overview of course.

Preview 03:43
Biological Psychology
2 Lectures 08:34

An overview of biopsychology, and the impact of environment on behavior.

Preview 04:41

The relationship between nature versus nurture and the effect on human behavior.

Mind-Brain Relationship: The Genetics of Behavior

Mind-Brain Relationship
2 questions
The Anatomy of the Nervous System
1 Lecture 07:04

An overview of the Central and Peripheral Nervous Systems.

The Anatomy of the Nervous System

The Nervous System
2 questions
The Hindbrain
1 Lecture 08:04

This lecture will cover the structures of the hindbrain, the Medula, Pons, and Cerebellum as well as their functions.

The Structures of the Hindbrain

The Hindbrain
2 questions
The Midbrain
1 Lecture 05:51

This lecture covered the major structors of the midbrain, the Tectum, Superior and Inferior Colliculus, Tagmentum, and Substantia Nigra.

The Structures of the Midbrain

The Midbrain
2 questions
The Forebrain
8 Lectures 29:27

Overview of the Forebrain and the Cerebral Cortex.

The Structures of the Forebrain

Overview of the limbic system and emotional brain.

Preview 03:18

The olfactory anatomy and functions.

Limbic System - Olfactory

Anatomy and functions of both the thalamus and hypothalamus.

Limbic System - Thalamus and Hypothalamus

Overview of the hippocampus and functions of the structure.

Limbic System - Hippocampus

Overview of the amygdala and the functions within the limbic system.

Limbic System - Amygdala

Overview of the cingulate gyrus, as well as the two hemispheres of the cerebral cortex.

Limbic System - Cingulate Gyrus and Cerebral Cortex

Preview of the four lobes of the cerebral cortex and their functions.

Cerebral Cortex - The Four Lobes

The Forebrain
2 questions
Overview and Summary - Quiz
1 Lecture 03:40

Course overview and review of the sections of the materials covered.

Lecture Overview and Summary

This quiz will review some of the major structures of the brain and their functions from the entire course.

Course Review
8 questions
About the Instructor
Dr. Jeramy Colvin
4.6 Average rating
11 Reviews
283 Students
1 Course
Psychologist, Professor, Speaker, Lifestyle Marketer

Hello and welcome!

My name is Jeramy Colvin, PsyD. For the past 20 years, I have worked predominantly as an entrepreneur in the business world; mostly as a training and business consultant. My diverse background in both psychology and business, allows me to have a keen insight into personal growth and effectiveness, and I have built a career helping others to find success. I am truly passionate about helping others, and my goal is to help you to find success as well.

As a professional coach, trainer, and speaker, I have had the opportunity to work with thousands of students to understand sometimes complex subject matter. I do this by connecting with the audience and sometimes provide real-life examples to psychological phenomena. As a University Professor and psychologist, I am able to do the same thereby helping students and clients to gain a grasp of the information and help them to do better in school, career, and life.

My courses are fun and engaging, and I work hard to simplify materials and help students to apply the information to their particular needs. I am your partner in success.