How much overlap is there between Brain & Thought and Neurobiology?

Not much: Brain and Thought was designed to be the mirror image of Neurobiology. Whereas Neurobiology has great emphasis on the ionic basis of the resting potential and action potential, Brain and Thought deals with this subject only briefly. Conversely, Brain and Thought spends much of the course on higher cortical mechanisms underlying perception and executive functions, topics which receive much less emphasis in Neurobiology. Brain and Thought also has a strong emphasis on human patients (including many readings and videos) and in this way is especially relevant for students wanting to pursue a medical career in neurology or psychiatry.