Daily, monthly, annual and other rhythms and methods of measuring them. Behavioural and physiological aspects of biological clocks. The importance of rhythms in experimental design, in research on brain function, in affective disorders, and the use animals make of rhythms in migration and other behaviours.
This course is more scientific than it sounds. Only take if you've taken BIO240/241 or PSL302 or similar. That said, the exams change little from year to year and there's actually not a lot of content. The prof can be hard to understand but he's very nice if you ask him for clarification or a remark.