Biology 202
2001 Third Web Reports
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WEB REPORT #3

Neurobiology and Behavior, 2001

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.

Nazia Ahmed Your Better Half:Hemisphere Specialization of Language
Diana Applegate Toward a Neurobiology of Creativity? Making Connections Between Art, Manic-Depressive Illness, and Frontotemporal Dementia
Henrike BlumenfeldConsidering Dysarthria: A Speech Disorder 'On the Margins'
Avis Brennan Memory, Learning and Our Virtual Brains: A Hebbian Web
PaShwanda BrileySocial Dynamics and Differences in the I- function
Daniel Burdick A Basis for Morality
Euree Choi On the Search for Balance: A Balancing Act in the Midst of Dizziness
Jennifer Cohen A Comparative Look at Hallucinations in Schizophrenics and Sufferers of Charles Bonnet Syndrome, and Their Corresponding Reality Discrimination Abilities
Caitlin CostelloA Cure for Shyness?
Nana Dawson-AndohGet Smart: I.Q. and Emotional Intelligence
Christine Farrenkopf This is Your Brain on God
Mathew Fisher Does the I-Function Control Dreaming?
Mary Ferrell Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Janine Fuertes Is the Brain to Blame? Searching for the Origins of Violence
Elizabeth GilbertKilling Kids
Alice Goff Mining for the Self: Lobotomy and the Quest for the I-Function
Deena Gu How Flexible is the Brain's Circuitry?
Melissa Hoegler Hypnosis: It Isn't Just For Circus Sideshows Anymore
Kristine HoeldtkeForgetting to Remember: The Source of your Symptoms?
Irma Iskandar What is Giftedness?
Najah Johnson Multiple Sclerosis
Rachel Kahn Schizophrenia and the I-function: A Hypothesis Revised
Niri Kumar Tasting Colors and Feeling Sounds: Modes of Reality
Kate Lauber Pain and Acupuncture in Eastern and Western Medicine
S.L. The Effects of Sleep Deprivation on Brain and Behavior
Sarah McCawley What's Love Got To Do With It?
Megan Mendillo Perceptions of Mental Illness
Andréa Miller The Trail of Evidence from Treatment to Causes of Depression
Jessica Miller lzheimer's Disease: The fear of the new era
Karen Munoz I Won't Grow Up: The Causes of Psychogenic Dwarfism
Sabah Quraishi Bipolar Disorder
Huma Rana The Modern Day Brain Transplant: An End to Parkinsonism or the Beginning of a Greater Debate?
Caroline Ridgway Deciphering RU-486
Sural Shah Vygotsky and the We-Function
Meghan Shayhorn Alleviating Illness Naturally
Camille SinclairA "Lesser Wrong" Model of Assessing the Neural Mechanisms of Anxiety
Gwen Slaughter The Phonological Model of Dyslexia
Ingrid Solano Morality's Biological Nature: Implications for the Attribution of "Good" and "Evil"
Claire Walker Falling Asleep on the Job: The Story of Narcolepsy
Alexis Webb Wake Up! A Quick Look at Narcolepsy
Sadie White Making a Monster: The Biological, Social, and Artistic Construction of a Serial Killer /a>




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