Biology 202
1999 Third Web Reports
On Serendip


Neurobiology and Behavior, 1999

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.

Mary Bartek Neural Masculization and Feminization
David Benner Memory, Aging, and the I-function
Rachel Berman The Nature and Function of Dreams
Jason Bernstein Sixth Sense: The Vomeronasal Organ
Kimberly Bibbo Mental Healing: Does Positive Thinking Act Upon Brain Neurons to Improve Health?
Jessica Brock Vestibular System
Melissa BromwellDemonic Possession
Andrea Byrd Treating Spasticity - Oral Medications and Surgery
Carly Cenedella What Causes Epilepsy? From GABA to Zinc
Caroline Choe Aphasia
Mahalia Cohen yet to be posted
Jessica Goldenbergyet to be posted
Laura Gosselink Creativity and Irrational Forces: Eccentric Artists and Mad Scientists
Lauren Hellew Neurobiological Perspectives on Autism
Kathryn Ho Serotonin and Depression
Marion Howard Is Caffeine Addictive?
Patricia Kinser Pathways of Pain and Alternative Methods of Pain Relief
Emma Kirby-Glatkowski Adrenoleukodystrophy and Myelin: Where's the Connection?
Adrianne Lord Consciousness and the Placebo Effect
David Mintzer Neurobiological Correlates of Mental Imagery to Sensory Perception
Caroline Murphy yet to be posted
Sarah Nosal Consciousness
Debbie Plotnick Following Your Nose to Optimal Sexual and Reproductive Health and Happiness
Nicki Pollock Alzheimer's Disease: What are we forgetting; how are we changing?
Evelyn Rodrigo "Did I Do That?"
Feyza Sancar Exploring Multiple Personality Disorder
Deborah Silvis Does Size Really Matter?: The Evolution of the Human Brain
Alexandra Smith Theories of Aggression
Nicole Stevenson Nature's Own: The Feel Good Hormone
Lacey Tucker Connections Between Neuroscience and the Theory of Multiple Intelligences: Implications for Education
Elizabeth Varadian Boundaries of the I-Function in Twins
Joseph Xiong yet to be posted
Jessica Zaldivar More on the "I": Lesch - Nyhan Disease and Choice
Alicia Zukas A Brain Drain

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