Group Projects: Think outside the box! Work together in small groups of 2-4 to discuss these problems and answer any specific questions. Hand in one set of answers with all of your names.
Individual Quizzes: Review and master recent material. Work individually to answer these short answer and essay questions. You may use your notes.
|DAY||DATE||PROJECTS & QUIZZES|
|M||June 30||Project 1 : Folk Psychology|
|T||July 1||NO QUIZ|
|Th||July 3||Project 2 : Atlas of Cross Sections|
|F||July 4||NO QUIZ|
|M||July 7||Project 3 : Hypothalamus & Pituitary|
|T||July 8||Quiz 1 : Hypothalamus|
|Th||July 10||Project 4 : Cerebral Cortex|
|F||July 11||Quiz 2 : Cerebral Cortex|
|M||July 14||Project 5|
|T||July 15||Quiz 3|
|Th||July 17||Project 6|
|F||July 18||Quiz 4|
|M||July 21||Project 7|
|T||July 22||Quiz 5|
|Th||July 24||Project 8|
|F||July 25||Quiz 6|
|M||July 28||Project 9|
|Th||July 31||Project 10|
|F||August 1||NO QUIZ|
ContactLocation: Dunning 205
Meetings: MTThF 10:00 AM-12:30 PM
Instructor: Edward Hedgecock
Phone (office): (410) 516-8761 Phone (lab): (410) 516-8381
Email: emh at jhu.edu
- About this Class
- Projects & Quizzes
- Project 01 : Folk Psychology
- Project 02 : Atlas of Cross Sections
- Project 03 : Hypothalamus & Pituitary
- Project 04 : Cerebral Cortex
- Project 05 : Thalamus
- Project 06 : Basal Ganglia
- Project 07 : Limbic System
- Project 08 : Gross Neuroanatomy
- Project 09 : Atlas of Nissl Sections
- Project 10 : ISH Database
- Quiz 01 : Hypothalamus, Pituitary & ANS [Bear 15 & 16]
- Quiz 02 : Cerebral Cortex [Bear 7; Lecture 6]
- Quiz 03 : Thalamus
- Quiz 04 : Basal Ganglia
- Quiz 05 : Brain Control of Movement [Bear 14; Lecture 9]
- Quiz 06 : Cerebellum [Bear 14, 25]
- Films & Demos
- Term Paper
Brain AtlasesUseful links to neuroanatomy and gene expression maps of mouse and human brain are found under Brain Atlases.
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- Clearing the smoke
- Something wicked this way comes: huntingtin
- A selector orchestrates cortical function
- Getting it through your thick skull
- Sleep replay meets brain–machine interface
- A common affective code
- Direct and indirect pathways of basal ganglia: a critical reappraisal
- Dynamic circuit motifs underlying rhythmic gain control, gating and integration
- miR-92a regulates expression of synaptic GluA1-containing AMPA receptors during homeostatic scaling
- A spinal analog of memory reconsolidation enables reversal of hyperalgesia
- Gene co-regulation by Fezf2 selects neurotransmitter identity and connectivity of corticospinal neurons
- Nuclear BK channels regulate gene expression via the control of nuclear calcium signaling
- Transneuronal propagation of mutant huntingtin contributes to non–cell autonomous pathology in neurons
- Translational control of mGluR-dependent long-term depression and object-place learning by eIF2α
- Acid-sensing ion channels contribute to synaptic transmission and inhibit cocaine-evoked plasticity
- Orbitofrontal activation restores insight lost after cocaine use
- Differences in the emergent coding properties of cortical and striatal ensembles
- Reactivation of emergent task-related ensembles during slow-wave sleep after neuroprosthetic learning
- Population coding of affect across stimuli, modalities and individuals
- Noninvasive optical inhibition with a red-shifted microbial rhodopsin
- Autism: Pinpointing common deficits
- Neural development: Finding the source of parasympathetic neurons
- Glia: Noradrenaline arouses astrocytes
- Pain: Reversing hyperalgesia
- Neurogenesis: Adult neurogenesis gets a boost
- Neurotransmitters: Dopamine tone depends on DAT
- Neurodevelopmental disorders: Mind the SYNGAP
- Psychiatric disorders: miR-135: a marker of mood
- Addiction: ASIC inhibits addiction
- Neural circuits: Mating decisions
- Cognitive neuroscience: Taking no action triggers firing
- Techniques: Optogenetics in the red
- Mobile DNA elements in the generation of diversity and complexity in the brain
- Retinal bipolar cells: elementary building blocks of vision
- Development of multisensory integration from the perspective of the individual neuron
- The functional architecture of the ventral temporal cortex and its role in categorization
- The neurobiology of rewards and values in social decision making
- An Electrophysiological Dissociation between Orbitofrontal Reality Filtering and Context Source Monitoring
- Rehearsing Biological Motion in Working Memory: An EEG Study
- Multisensory Integration: The Case of a Time Window of Gesture–Speech Integration
- Autobiographically Significant Concepts: More Episodic than Semantic in Nature? An Electrophysiological Investigation of Overlapping Types of Memory
- Predicting the Semantic Category of Internally Generated Words from Neuromagnetic Recordings
- Prior Experience Biases Subcortical Sensitivity to Sound Patterns
- Dynamics of Self-monitoring and Error Detection in Speech Production: Evidence from Mental Imagery and MEG
- Age-equivalent Top–Down Modulation during Cross-modal Selective Attention
- Context Predicts Word Order Processing in Broca's Region
- The Behavioral and Neural Effects of Language on Motion Perception
- Reorganization of Auditory Cortex in Early-deaf People: Functional Connectivity and Relationship to Hearing Aid Use
- Early Auditory Evoked Potential Is Modulated by Selective Attention and Related to Individual Differences in Visual Working Memory Capacity
- Adolescents Adapt Slower than Adults to Varying Reward Contingencies
- Trial History Effects in the Ventral Attentional Network
- Nonmotor Aspects of Action Concepts
- The Neural Basis of Temporal Order Processing in Past and Future Thought
- The Neural Substrates of Drawing: A Voxel-based Morphometry Analysis of Constructional, Hierarchical, and Spatial Representation Deficits
- Age-related Differences in the Neural Bases of Phonological and Semantic Processes
- Abnormal Center-periphery Gradient in Spatial Attention in Simultanagnosia
- Aerobic Fitness Predicts Relational Memory but Not Item Memory Performance in Healthy Young Adults
- Developmental gender differences in children in a virtual spatial memory task.
- Developmental aspects and neurobiological correlates of working and associative memory.
- Within-individual variability in neurocognitive performance: Age- and sex-related differences in children and youths from ages 8 to 21.
- The n-back Test and the Attentional Network Task as measures of child neuropsychological development in epidemiological studies.
- Correction to Forns et al. (2014).
- Neuropsychological outcomes at midlife following moderate to severe malnutrition in infancy.
- Latent mean differences in executive function in at-risk preterm children: The delay-deficit dilemma.
- Neonatal brain pathology predicts adverse attention and processing speed outcomes in very preterm and/or very low birth weight children.
- Seeing the unseen: Autism involves reduced susceptibility to inattentional blindness.
- Eye movements reveal impaired inhibitory control in adult male fragile X premutation carriers asymptomatic for FXTAS.
- Correction to Wong et al. (2014).
- Assessing temporal integration spans in ADHD through apparent motion.
- Rule-based and information-integration perceptual category learning in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
- Impaired facial emotion recognition in patients with ventromedial prefrontal hypoperfusion.
- The nature of facial expression recognition deficits following orbitofrontal cortex damage.
- The physiological basis of synchronizing conversational rhythms: The role of the ventromedial prefrontal cortex.
- Age-related reduced prefrontal-amygdala structural connectivity is associated with lower trait anxiety.
- Predicting decline in mild cognitive impairment: A prospective cognitive study.
- Cognitive development over 8 years in midlife and its association with cardiovascular risk factors.
- Toward a new theory of stereopsis.
- The multiattribute linear ballistic accumulator model of context effects in multialternative choice.
- Belief polarization is not always irrational.
- Clarifying the roles of homeostasis and allostasis in physiological regulation.
- Neural networks learn highly selective representations in order to overcome the superposition catastrophe.
- A signal-detection-based diagnostic-feature-detection model of eyewitness identification.