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.

Fatu BadianeDiagnosis: Culture
N.B.Lucid Dreaming and the Self
Perrin Braun4.0 = Good for the Mind, Not for the Body?
Bethany CanverStorytelling: The Sixth Sense
Carolyn DahlgrenI am the "I" in Interaction between Instincts and Thought
Ebony DixSeeing the World in Color: An Unfair Advantage?
Stefanie Fedak...At the Risk of Sounding Glib
Rachel FreelandShould Marijuana be Legalized for Medicinal Use?
Andrea GoldsteinName That Tune: A Look at the Neural Basis of Tone Deafness
Beatrice JohnsonFear the Feelings
Bethany KeffalaAutism, Mirror Neurons, and Theory of Mind
Emily LewisSoothing Noises: A Look Into Music Therapy
Faiza MahmoodBipolar Disorder
Sylvia NchaUnconsciousness vs. Consciousness vs. Awarness...What It All Means
Erin SchifelingThere is no "I" [-function] in Procedural Memory
Mariya SimakovaThe Neurobiology of Nostalgia: A Story of Memory, Emotion, and the Self
Brom SnyderLanguage and the Brain
CTIf You Change Your Mind: The Effects of Learning on the Brain
Gray VargasWhat does it take to carry a tune?

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