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Evaluation (Fall Term): Quiz #1 = 5% Term Test #1 = 15% Term Test #2 = 15% Tutorial Participation = 5% Essay Assignment = 10% Evaluation (Winter Term): To be announced Readings: (Available at the York Bookstore): Fall Term: Finger, Stanley. 1994. Origins of Neuroscience: A History of Explorations into Brain Function. Oxford: Oxford University Press Winter Term: To be announced. Tutorials: The class will be broken into 4 groups: A, B, C and D. The list for each group is posted on the 1860 Moodle site. Your group will meet periodically through the year in the last hour of class. The schedule for the last hour of class is posted in the lecture schedule below. Tutorial rooms are as follows: Tutorial A: Stedman D (lecture room) Tutorial B: Ross North 146 Tutorial C: Ross South 103 Tutorial D: Stedman D Tutorial E: Ross North 146 Tutorial F: Ross South 103 COURSE POLICIES: 1. Academic Integrity All work for this course must be the original work of each student. Each student must complete, print out, and submit to Jill Lazenby the Academic Honesty Tutorial, found at . The tutorial can be completed in 30-40 minutes. Due date: October 4 . The York Academic Honesty Policy can be reviewed at Keep all notes, drafts and tests until after you have received a final grade for the course. 2
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2. Assignment Submission The essay assignment is due in hard copy in class at the beginning of class (11:30am). In addition, we request that a copy be submitted to turnitin.com . Log in, or click “create account” in the top right hand corner. Class I.D.= 5476568; password= nats1860fw12 3. Missed Tests and Assignments
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  • Spring '08
  • AGARD/LANDZBY
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