Biology 202
1998 Third Web Reports
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Neurobiology and Behavior, 1998

Jonathan Ball A Comparison of Primate and Dolphin Intelligence as a Metaphor for the Validity of Comparative Studies of Intelligence
Kristin Chimes Bresnan The Sense of Scents, the Sense of Self
Anneliese Butler Defining the Neurobiology of Insanity: Law, Science, and the I-function Reconciled
Katie Cecil Mind Over Matter: The use of Biofeedback to control stress, pain, and other bothersome problems
Ruth Czarnecki The Quantum Brain: Theory or Myth?
Elaine deCastro The Role of Estrogen in Sexual Differentiation
Alicia Ebbitt Depression and Antidepressants
Anne Frederickson Mechanisms of LSD: a Glimpse into the Serotonergic System
Rupa Hiremath Reversing Stroke and Spinal Cord Damage
Jeremy Hirst Biological Causes of Anorexia Nervosa
Julia Johnson Seasonal Affective Disorder: A Clear Link Between the Outside and the Inside of the Brain
Gungsadawn Katatikarn Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease
Bonnie Kimmel How Did You Know That?! Learning Styles and the Brain
Fumiko Konno Somnambulism
HimaBindu Krishna Bipolar Disorder and the Creative Genius
Maureen Kyin Mechanisms of the Mind
Christine Lord Why am I feeling this way?
Moriah McSharry McGrath Tangled Wires: Conceptualizing Neurological and Cultural Explanations of Synesthesia
Robery M. Miller Analysis of the Spectrum of Depression
Rachel Mosher Ecstasy
Eric Odessey Parkinson's Disease
Luise Pernar Nociception
Anonymous Migraine: the result of a misunderstood chemical reaction involving neurotransmitters and vasoamines
Meera Sangaramoothy Two Diseases, One Hope: Fetal Neural Transplantation in the Treatment of Parkinson's and Huntington's Disease
Ravi Shankar Stress
Karen Taverna Determining the Intensity of a Memory
Christy Taylor Tourette Syndrome
Rehema Trimiew Sleeping Disorders and the I-Function
Eliza Windsor 2001: Recreating the Brain

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