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Brain and Language Group – Wed 10:00 Research participation. The Center for Cognitive Neuroscience has ongoing research projects, ranging from cognitive testing to fMRI scans. We are routinely looking for participants for these studies. Research participation opportunities will be posted on the course web site, along with information and eligibility requirements. (Certain studies have exclusionary conditions that may not permit all students to participate.) You are strongly encourage to take advantage of as many of these opportunities as possible to extend your learning outside the classroom. To give you even more encouragement, you can write a summary of the event you attended. A Learning Outside the Classroom report can be substituted for any one of the Short Papers. Events that qualify for this assignment will be noted on the course web page. If the event is not listed on the web site, you must get approval before writing the paper. If you have questions about what information to include in this report, please see me prior to submitting it Please note that you cannot submit two papers (i.e., one Short Paper and one Learning Outside the Classroom report) on the same day. Plan ahead. The due dates and length restrictions are the same as noted for the Short Papers. You can only substitute a Learning Outside the Classroom report one time during the semester, although you may participate in the above events as many times as you would like. WATU students: You must submit two Short Papers. You can submit an LOTC report for a third (extra- credit) paper, but an LOTC report may not take the place of one of your two required Short Papers. If you have any questions, please ask!
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PSYC 149/BBB 249 Cognitive Neuroscience Recitations You should be enrolled for both a lecture and a recitation section of this course. Unlike the lectures, which are required, the recitations sections are optional but highly recommended. There are several types of activities that will occur at the recitation (dates are as noted on the schedule): Neuroanatomy Lab. On Sept 19, a neuroanatomy lecture and lab will be held (in Stemmler 102C) . This is material that will be covered on exams; it can all be found in the text, but all students are strongly encouraged to attend. Human specimens will be available for inspection, but handling of brain tissue is not required. If you are uncomfortable, please talk to us prior to the lab. Attendance at this session is required. Review Sessions. There are three scheduled review sessions, on the Monday before each exam. The review sessions will be run by the Teaching Assistant and will be loosely structured in a question-answer format. They will begin at the scheduled time of 7pm, but unlike other recitation sessions, they may occasionally run for 2 hours. Attendance at these sessions is optional and is open to everyone.
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