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4. Special Circumstances Students who feel that there are extenuating circumstances that may interfere with the successful completion of any course requirement, and students with physical, learning, or psychiatric disabilities who require reasonable accommodations in teaching style or evaluation methods should discuss their situation with their course directors in September . 3
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SC/NATS1860 6.0 Fall/Winter 2012-2013 Fall Lecture Outline – History of Neuroscience No. Date Topic Reading (Finger) Tutorials (last hour of lecture) 1 Sept 6 Introduction to the History of Brain Studies None All groups in lecture room 2 Sept 13 Brain function in Antiquity, the Renaissance, and the Scientific Revolution Ch. 1-2 A, B, C September 19 – Last day to add a course without permission of instructor 3 Sept 20 Localization and its Critics Ch. 3-4 D, E, F 4 Sept 27 Vision Ch. 5-7 A, B, C QUIZ #1 5 Oct 4 Motor Functions ACADEMIC HONESTY TUTORIAL DUE Ch. 14-16 D, E, F QUIZ #1 6 Oct 11 Sleep Ch. 17-18 All groups in lecture room 7 Oct 18 TERM TEST #1 None None October 23 – Last day to add a course with permission of instructor 8 Oct 25 Emotion Ch. 19-20 A, B, C October 31-November 4 – Co-Curricular Week – No Classes 9 Nov 8 Intellect Ch. 21-22 D, E, F 10 Nov 15 Cerebral Dominance Ch. 25-27 Drop-in tutorial – all groups 11 Nov 22 Treatments ESSAY Ch. 28-29 All groups in lecture room 4
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ASSIGNMENT DUE 12 Nov 29 TERM TEST #2 None None Fall classes end Dec. 3 – No fall term work accepted after this date December 5-21 Fall exam period – no 1860 exam scheduled December 22-January 6 – Holidays WINTER TERM SCHEDULE AVAILABLE LATER IN FALL TERM 5
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