Biology 202
2005 First Web Reports
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Neurobiology and Behavior, 2006

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.

Brooks AmbroseTeleodynamics: A theoretical romp
Fatu BadianeThe Chemistry of Cupid's Arrow
N.B.Beyond Prozac: A Deeper Understanding of Depression
Perrin BraunPerforming the Body
Astra BryantI'll Help You, But Why Do I Have To Want To? (Morality, Evolution, and Survival)
Bethany CanverUnderstanding Self-Injurious Behavior
Carolyn DahlgrenYou Smell!: A Look into Olfactory Hallucinations
Anna DejdarBorderline Personality Disorder: Exploring the Etiology
Ebony DixColor: Is it Real and Does it Impact Behavior?
Jessica EngelmanAsexuality as a Human Sexual Orientation
Stefanie FedakTom Cruise Weighs in on Pregnancy, Scientology, and Pseudo-Sciences
Rachel FreelandTraditional Versus Atypical Antipsychotics
Andrew GarzaHow can personality be classified?
Andrea GoldsteinPhotographic Memory: A Look at Eidetic Imagery in the Brain
Amber HopkinsMixed Signals
Beatrice JohnsonTHINKING and SEEING
Jennifer LamSearching for God Within
Suzanne LandiScientology and the Brain
Lori LeeLucid Dreams
Emily LewisLearning Disabilities and the Brain
Em MadsenWell I'll be a Monkey's Uncle: Learning from Primates
Faiza MahmoodReligion and the Brain
Danielle MarckThe Neuropeptide Ghrelin: Improving Human Memory
Whitney McDonaldAggression; shall we always blame it on the Genes?
CMTic, Tic, Tic: Tourette's Syndrome
Sylvia NchaNothing to Fear But Fear Itself?
Liz PaterekBipolar Disorder and the Creative Mind
Marissa PattersonDeep Brain Stimulation and its Possibilities
Julia PatzeltDrug Addiction: Free Will and Standards of Normalcy
Brittany PetersonWhy Is Autism on the Rise?
Stephanie PollackRole of Estrogen in Preventing the Onset of Alzheimer's Disease
Erin SchifelingThe Biological Basis of Memory Manufacture
Anne-Marie SchmidAfterimages
Tamara TomasicDominance, Handedness, and Ambidexterity
CT"Honey, I have something to tell you"
Gray VargasCrawling to New Heights: Needing Locomotion for Better Perception
Student ResearcherThinking is Healing? Examining Alternative Therapies for Treating Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
courtney mooreWeighing In: Costs and Benefits of Appetite Suppressants

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