Biology 202
2000 First Web Reports
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WEB REPORT #1

Neurobiology and Behavior, 2000

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.

Hajira Amjad Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders
Anna Arnaudo The Human and Scientific Story of Adrenoleukodystrophy
Hillary Bobys Phantom Pain: Location and Causation
Elissa Braitman Neurobiology of Feeding
Cameron Braswell Just Think Positively
Laura Chivers It's Chronic: Pain and Its Pharmacology
Richard CruzDepression at the Synaptic Level:SSRI's and Their Limitations
Laurel Edmundson Seasonal Affective Disorder
Andrew B. Hollander OCD and the Brain
Emily Hollister Autism and its Connection with the Neurotransmitter Serotonin
Shigeyuki Ito Alzheimer's Disease: The Disease of the New Century
Sangeeta IyerUnderstanding Behavior and the Brain through Parkinson's Disease
Rebecca Jones Treating Attention Deficit Disorder as a Executive Function Disorder
Andrew Jordan Computers, Artificial Intelligence, the Brain, and Behavior
Sarah Kim Alcohol and its Effects
Susan Lee Pieces of a Whole: Parkinsonism
Vandana Mathrani Epic Journeys: The Great Migrations
Ann Mitchell Animal Consciousness
Anjali Patel A General Overview on Visual Perception
Christina Pili The Effects of Art on the Brain of an Underprivileged Child
Yu-Wen Shaw Phantom Limb
Mridula Shrestha A Very Unjust Whiz through Early Understandings of the Nervous System
Hiro Takahashi Sleep Paralysis: Awake But Still Asleep
Maria Vasiliadis Split- Brain Behavior
Melissa Wachterman Psychoneuroimmunology: Bi-directional Interactions Between the Brain and the Nervous System
Stephanie Wall Neurogenesis in the Human Brain: Fact or Fiction?
Jennifer Webster Treatment of Epilepsy with a Ketogenic Diet
Sooyoun Yi Use it or lose it




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