Biology 202
2001 Second Web Reports
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Neurobiology and Behavior, 2001

Students were expected, in lieu of a midterm examination, to select a topic of interest to them and write a short paper based on exploration of materials available on the web. As elsewhere on Serendip, these are intended not as the final word on any topic but rather as expressions of the interests and perspectives of individuals and as windows to available information and perspectives available elsewhere.

Nazia Ahmed The Split Brain: Some Thoughts
Diana Applegate Myth or Madness? Mania and the Artistic Genius
Henrike BlumenfeldFocal Dystonia of the Hand, and what the Brain has to do with it
Avis Brennan GHB: Physiological Uses Versus Social Abuses
PaShwanda BrileyUsing Your Minds Eye for Optimal Athletic Performance
Daniel Burdick The Time Percept
Euree Choi IIIII Can Can Can't Heeeelp It: Stuttering to the Truth
Jennifer Cohen Visual Hallucinations: Another Argument for Brain Equals Behavior
Caitlin CostelloAltruism: selfless or selfish?
Nana Dawson-AndohPhobias: Things that Go Bump in the Mind
Isabella Eguae-ObazeeSeizures and the Sight of God
Christine Farrenkopf Parkinson's Disease: Unraveling the Mystery
Mathew Fisher Sex Addiction
Mary Ferrell Looking for the "I" Function among the Visual Processes; Contemplating its Character and Possibilities
Molly Flannagan Ecstasy: Neurotoxicity and How It Can Be Reduced
Janine Fuertes The Ecstasy Debate: Weighing the Good and the Bad
Elizabeth GilbertSocial Graces
Alice Goff Mystifying the Senses: Bimodal Speech Perception
Paula Green A Note About PMDD
Deena Gu Stress, The Double-Edged Sword
Melissa Hoegler Love and Neurobiology: Not So Strange Bedfellows
Kristine HoeldtkeDifferent Brains, Different Realities?
Irma Iskandar Genius: The Neurobiology of Giftedness
Najah Johnson Parkinson's Disease: Is It All In the Brain?
Rachel Kahn Schizophrenia: A Question Of Reality
Niri Kumar I-function and AI
Kate Lauber HGH: Fountain of Youth?
S.L. Binswanger's Disease
Sarah McCawley The Nature of Aggression (or is it Nurture?)
Megan Mendillo The Food of the Gods
Andréa Miller The Whole in Vincent's Head
Jessica Miller A Day in the Life of a Migraine Sufferer
Karen Munoz PMS: How Much Do We Really Know?
Sabah Quraishi Addiction and the Reward Circuit
Huma Rana The Modern Day Brain Transplant: An End to Parkinsonism?
Caroline Ridgway Prosopagnosia: Seeing the World through Fog-Colored Glasses
Sural Shah Autism and Savant Syndrome
Meghan Shayhorn Eliminating Cancer with the Mind
Camille SinclairBrain Organization as seen in Unilateral Spatial Neglect
Gwen Slaughter Is Chocolate Physiologically or Psychologically Addictive?
Ingrid Solano Serial Killers: Just trying to feel normal, it's not my fault.
Claire Walker The Neurological Causes of Stuttering
Alexis Webb Artistic License: Color Vision and Color Theory by Kay Redfield Jamison
Sadie White Visual Prostheses and the Retinal Implant Project

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