Biology 202
2002 Third Web Reports
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Neurobiology and Behavior, 2002

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.

Alisa AlexanderNeurobiological Effects of Medicinal Marijuana
Cass BarnesElectroconvulsive Therapy: Why is it Effective? A Challenge to the Modes of Action
Balpreet BhogalRecent Studies Concerning Violent Tendencies and the Confusion that Arises
Sook ChanSchizophrenia, A Matter of Perception Part 2: Reality, What Reality?
Tina ChenObsessive Compulsive Disorder: What it is, cause and treatment
Amy CunninghamSocial Phobia or Just Shyness?
Raquel DeeringBehavioral Genetic Determinism: Do Genes Equal Behavior?
Alyson DymkowskiPreemies and Pain: More Than Just a Memory
Sarah EberhardtThe consequences of epilepsy
Kathryn FongRepressed Memory
Natasha GjivojeChronic Fatigue Syndrome and Nervous System Involvement
Melissa HobanAn Exploration of Creative Traits and Behaviors
Asra Husain"The Truth is Out There"
Kornelia KozovskaAlzheimer's Disease: Implications for the notion of the self
Gabrielle Lapping-CarrThe K+ Channel Revisited
Peffin LeeLasting Effects of Pain
Shannon LeeDeveloping and Overcoming Antisocial Personality Disorder
Serendip StudentDéjà vu: The Past in the Present
Amy O'ConnorPediatric and Adult Migraines...are they different?
Nicole PietrasCan't Help Falling in Love
Priya PujaraMigraines: A Personal Perspective on a Complex Disorder
Tara RajanSenior Moments: The Neurobiology of Memory and Aging
Kathryn RorerIs There a "Criminal" Brain?
Rebecca RothA Look at Humor, Laughter, Tickling and, of course, the Brain
Mary SchlimmeVideo Games: A Source of Benefits or Addiction?
Sujatha SebastianPost Traumatic Stress Disorder: A Response to Sexual Assault Among Women In the United States
Joan SteinerStress: The Breakdown of Mental Health and Stability?
Tiffany VaughanHey, I Smelled Him First! (Smelling and the Brain)
Beverly WeissMy Adventure with Corticosteroids: A Chiaroscuro Existence,
Lauren WelshHow is our I-Function related to Impulsive Behavior?
Miranda WhitePhobias and the Brain
Cindy ZhanPicture Smart:Spatial Reasoning and Its Role in Cognition
elizabeth martinbeliefs and healing the body
AnonymousDouble Trouble: Dual Diagnosis -- Individuals Simultaneously Suffering from Alcohol/Substance Abuse and Mental Illness

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