Students will read and critique current neuroscience research from the experimental and clinical literature. Topics will range from cellular properties of neurons to cognitive neuroscience. Critical thinking, evaluation of data, research design, and the conduct of scientific inquiry will be emphasized along with the ethical implications of research in neuroscience.
Prerequisite(s):Neuroscience 2000 with a minimum mark of 75% and registration in Year 3 of an Honors Specialization in Neuroscience.
Extra Information: 3 lecture and discussion hours.
Course Weight: 0.50
Subject Code: NEURO
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