Biology 202
2005 Third Web Reports
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Neurobiology and Behavior, 2005

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.

Catherine BarieMedical Mind Reading: How Advances in fMRI Technology
Leslie BentzThe Neurobiology of Gender Bending
Liz BitlerPost-Traumatic Stress Disorder and the Interactions of the World, Brain, and Mind
Beverly BurgessHeroin Addiction, the I-function and Free Will
Katherine ChengMirror, Mirror (neurons) in the...brain?
Camilla CullerThe Link Between Prozac and Tics
Laura CyckowskiA New Spin on Nature vs. Nurture
Amanda DavisDate rape drugs have many uses
Erin DeterdingCan Jane, June, and Jessie exist in one person? A Critical look at Dissociative Identity Disorder
Elizabeth DiamondA Failure of Will—A new way of thinking about Depression
Lauren DockeryFacets of Addiction
Bridget DolphinBreaking into The Zone
L.F. Alzheimer's disease
Carly FrintnerLonely Madness: The Effects of Solitary Confinement and Social Isolation on Mental and Emotional Health
Kristin GiamancoHomosexuality: Born or Made?
Kara GillichThe Criminal Inside All of Us. Are We all Bad Apples?
Ayumi HosodaWhere is my happiness?
Nadine HuntingtonHow Comparable are Clones? Do We Have the Power to Change What is Already Written for Us?
Student ContributorEvil: Natural or a Matter of Choice?
Amy JohnsonObsessive-Compulsive Disorder
Amelia JordanThe Benefits of Pet Ownership
Shu-Zhen KuangCompulsive Gambling: Why Gamble?
Xuan-Shi, LimA Closer Look at the Familiar: What Do We Know About Trust?
Christine LipumaWalking Along the OCD Spectrum
Sophia LouisElectricity: Good or Bad?
Elizabeth MadreshMarijuana and Its Potential for Addiction
Neurobiology Student 2005 How Creativity Arises: Brilliance in Some of Us
Kate MatneyCircadian Rhythms in Shift Workers and Diabetes
MK McGovernEmpathy
Flicka MichaelsGray Cells Create a Gray Area in the Distinction Between Male and Female Brains
Rhianon PriceLegal Drugs and the United States
Jenna RosaniaBrain Damage from Lead Poisoning as a Criminal Defense
Sonya SafroNature versus Nurture: Homosexuality's Link to Biology and Society
Yinnette SanoDoes Brain Washing Really Change the Brain?
Joanna ScottDifferent is Not Wrong: Learning to Listen to People With Autism
Jasmine ShafaghUnderstanding Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Imran SiddiquiThe Causes of Gender Difference in Depression
Alfredo SklarThe Functional Role of Dreaming
Samantha ThomsonPulling Teeth to Survive: A Discussion on Various Treatments for Depression
Emily TrinhMemory and Personality
Patrick WetherilleDeconstructing Alzheimer's Disease
Sae YoonWilliams Syndrome: A Blessing and a Curse

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