Biology 202 course

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The brain as interconnected boxes: autonomy, distributed signals, and an "I-function"

Welcome to the on-line forum associated with the Biology 202 at Bryn Mawr College. Its a way to keep conversations going between course meetings, and to do so in a way that makes our conversations available to other who may in turn have interesting thoughts to contribute to them. You're welcome to post here any thoughts that have arisen during the course this week (and to respond to thoughts others have posted).

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What is the brain?

Welcome to the on-line forum associated with the Biology 202 at Bryn Mawr College. Its a way to keep conversations going between course meetings, and to do so in a way that makes our conversations available to other who may in turn have interesting thoughts to contribute to them. You're welcome to post here any thoughts that have arisen during the course this week (and to respond to thoughts others have posted).

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Science; "Brain = Behavior"

Welcome to the on-line forum associated with the Biology 202 at Bryn Mawr College. Its a way to keep conversations going between course meetings, and to do so in a way that makes our conversations available to other who may in turn have interesting thoughts to contribute to them. You're welcome to post here any thoughts that have arisen during the course this week (and to respond to thoughts others have posted).

Among the questions worth thinking about this week are the ideas of loopy science, of science as story, and the notion that "brain = behavior". Are these good summaries of observations? good stories? What observations do they not incorporate? What new questions do they raise?

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Bio 202, Getting Started

Welcome to the on-line forum associated with the Biology 202 at Bryn Mawr College. Its a way to keep conversations going between course meetings, and to do so in a way that makes our conversations available to other who may in turn have interesting thoughts to contribute to them. To get started, how about a few words about who you are, what you bring to the conversation that may be different from others, and what questions about brain and behavior you'd like to explore this semester? A little about me is here.
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Bio 202, spring 2008 - notes

 

Biology 202
Neurobiology and Behavior

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Bio 202, spring 2008 - Writing Assignments

Biology 202
Neurobiology and Behavior
Spring 2008

Writing Assignments

 

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Bio 202, spring 2008 - Schedule

 

Biology 202
Neurobiology and Behavior

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