230midspr2-10 - Graduate Seminar: Neuroscience Midterm I...

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Graduate Seminar: Neuroscience Spring 2010 Midterm I Due March 25 th     The graduate neuroscience midterm will test your knowledge of the concepts  discussed since the beginning of the semester. Thoughtful responses should be based  on lecture notes, articles and the recommended text reading, and you should cite   evidence  whenever possible. This exam is strictly an independent endeavor, and you  are to turn in your completed exam within the first 10 minutes of class on Thursday 3/25.  There are 5 questions, totaling 45 points.    There are 6 questions, totaling 45 points. Have fun! 1.  Thomas Kuhn, the famous scientific philosopher and historian, suggested that  science evolves due to progressive “paradigm shifts.” According to his perspective,  information and theory build up in science according to the prevailing paradigm, but 
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