Introduction to Genetics and Evolution

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Introduction to Genetics and Evolution
This introductory course will introduce the student to the concepts of evolution and genetics in an effort to prepare them for successful study of other natural sciences.

Genetics is the study of the process of acquiring new genetic information from one organism to another. Our goal is to understand how genetic mutations accumulate over time, and whether they are passed on through DNA. The course will cover topics such as genome structure, how DNA is formed, and how mutations propagate, all of which will help prepare students to succeed in an introductory biology course.

This is the second course in the Anatomy and Physiology Specialization. The course will introduce the student to the basic concepts of human anatomy, physiology and human behavior, as well as the research that underlies these concepts.

Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to:
1. Describe the basic structures of the human skeleton and human cells
2. Analyze the research that underlies most aspects of human anatomy
3. Recall and apply concepts from anatomy and physiology into human-science interactions
4. Recognize the interaction of genes with the environment, and the role of environment in disease
5. Summarize the research on the evolution and genetics of human behavior and healthSubjects of the Anatomy and Physiology Specialization
Genetics and Human Genetics
Health and Disease
Environment and Behavior
Introduction to Psychology
This course discusses the nature of our experiences and how they shape our perceptions, beliefs, behaviors and behaviors. The course is designed to help students become familiar with the methods used by psychologists to examine human behavior and develop a better understanding of why we do what we do.Why We Feel Pain
Why We Want to Lie
How We Perceive and How We Act
How Good We Lie
Introduction to Psychology as a Science 1
This introductory psychology course introduces the main areas of psychology, science, and human behavior in the social and non-social domains. The course is designed to help students become familiar with the methods used by psychologists to examine human behavior and develop a better understanding of why we do what we do.

The course is based on the lectures and books of introductory psychology as a science, which have been divided into five topics. Each topic is explained in the form of a 5-week sequence, with each week corresponding to a mini-lecture given by an expert. Each topic is reviewed and graded by the experts in the field. The course is also based on the lectures that students have shared with each other throughout the course and on the student evaluations that students have given to teachers.

The course is the second in a series that will introduce the topics of psychology as a science, as a science as a science, and as a science as a profession. Each topic

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/genetics-evolution