Neuroscience 9500 - Principles of Neuroscience
2009 - 2010

Time and Place: Wednesdays 2:30 - 4:30 pm in RRI 5260c Lectures
Wednesdays 1:30 - 2:30 pm Tutorial

Principles of Neural Science 4th ed (2000) Edited by Eric R. Kandel, James H. Schwartz, Thomas M. Jessell. New York: Elsevieer is suggested for background and reference for Module I.

II Systems Coordinator: Dr. Brian Corneil

TA: Matt Hutchison

November 11

What neuroscienctists can/cannot learn from brain imaging . Jody Culham

November 18

The premotor theory of attention. Brian Corneil
November 25 Great debates: The hippocampal memory hypothesis and the medial temporal lobe memory system. Stephen Lomber
December 2 Reading the neural code: How does the brain represent and communicate information? Thilo Womelsdorf
December 9 Great debates: Reference frames in primary motor cortex. Brian Corneil
January 6 What can neuroscience contribute to education? Daniel Ansari
January 13 Is there domain-specificity in the prefrontal cortex? Stefan Everling
January 20 tba  
January 27 Examination for Systems Section



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