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.
Password 020312 opens a collection of Neuroscience Images under Study Aides.
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- High time for advancing marijuana research
- Following your heart
- So many progenitors, so little myelin
- Dark matter of the bulb
- Useful dynamic regimes emerge in recurrent networks
- Go means green
- A solution to dependency: using multilevel analysis to accommodate nested data
- Neuroscience and education: prime time to build the bridge
- Unbalanced excitability underlies offline reactivation of behaviorally activated neurons
- Parallel states of pathological Wnt signaling in neonatal brain injury and colon cancer
- Mutant Huntingtin promotes autonomous microglia activation via myeloid lineage-determining factors
- Palmitoylation of δ-catenin by DHHC5 mediates activity-induced synapse plasticity
- G9a influences neuronal subtype specification in striatum
- Opioids induce dissociable forms of long-term depression of excitatory inputs to the dorsal striatum
- Connexin 30 sets synaptic strength by controlling astroglial synapse invasion
- Sparse, decorrelated odor coding in the mushroom body enhances learned odor discrimination
- Broadly tuned and respiration-independent inhibition in the olfactory bulb of awake mice
- Designer receptors show role for ventral pallidum input to ventral tegmental area in cocaine seeking
- Identification of a cellular node for motor control pathways
- Two types of asynchronous activity in networks of excitatory and inhibitory spiking neurons
- Neurodegeneration: Ageing neurons need REST
- A blood test for Alzheimer's disease?
- Neurodevelopment: Pruning: a class I act
- Synaptic plasticity: Microglial cell-mediated depression
- Sensory processing: 'Seeing' bodies via sounds
- Learning and memory: The hippocampus encodes objects in time
- Olfaction: The nose knows one trillion smells
- Learning and memory: Out of body, out of mind
- Gap junctions: Inputs alter coupling strength
- Neurophysiology: Pericytes set the tone
- Neuroimaging: Functional networks are short-lived
- Transporters: Channelling seizure susceptibility
- Sensory processing: Shifting states
- Nuclear and cytosolic JNK signalling in neurons
- Microglia and brain macrophages in the molecular age: from origin to neuropsychiatric disease
- Restoring sensorimotor function through intracortical interfaces: progress and looming challenges
- Astrocyte Ca2+ signalling: an unexpected complexity
- How does the bilingual experience sculpt the brain?
- The Control of Automatic Imitation Based on Bottom–Up and Top–Down Cues to Animacy: Insights from Brain and Behavior
- All Competition Is Not Alike: Neural Mechanisms for Resolving Underdetermined and Prepotent Competition
- Prestimulus Neural Oscillations Inhibit Visual Perception via Modulation of Response Gain
- Individual Differences in the Balance of GABA to Glutamate in pFC Predict the Ability to Select among Competing Options
- The Decoupled Mind: Mind-wandering Disrupts Cortical Phase-locking to Perceptual Events
- Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation Enhances Verbal Working Memory Training Performance over Time and Near-transfer Outcomes
- The Decimal Effect: Behavioral and Neural Bases for a Novel Influence on Intertemporal Choice in Healthy Individuals and in ADHD
- Coarse-to-fine Categorization of Visual Scenes in Scene-selective Cortex
- The Temporal Evolution of Coarse Location Coding of Objects: Evidence for Feedback
- Self-enhancement Influences Medial Frontal Cortex Alpha Power to Social Rejection Feedback
- Motion-defined Surface Segregation in Human Visual Cortex
- Grasping Execution and Grasping Observation Activity of Single Neurons in the Macaque Anterior Intraparietal Area
- EEG Frequency Tagging to Dissociate the Cortical Responses to Nociceptive and Nonnociceptive Stimuli
- Electrophysiological Evidence for Failures of Item Individuation in Crowded Visual Displays
- Spontaneous Neural Fluctuations Predict Decisions to Attend
- Building on Prior Knowledge: Schema-dependent Encoding Processes Relate to Academic Performance
- Electrophysiological Evidence for the Involvement of the Approximate Number System in Preschoolers' Processing of Spoken Number Words
- Music and Language Expertise Influence the Categorization of Speech and Musical Sounds: Behavioral and Electrophysiological Measurements
- The Neural Basis of Involuntary Episodic Memories
- Attention Allocation and Task Representation during Joint Action Planning
- Neuroimaging predictors of cognitive performance across a standardized neurocognitive battery.
- Executive functioning shows differential maturation from early to late adolescence: Longitudinal findings from a TRAILS study.
- Postnatal growth and neuropsychological performance in preterm-birth preschoolers.
- Continuous Performance Test II outcomes in 11-year-old children with early ADHD symptoms: A longitudinal study.
- Duration of epilepsy and cognitive development in children: A longitudinal study.
- Enhanced decision making and risk avoidance in high-functioning autism spectrum disorder.
- Correction to Maister, Simons, and Plaisted-Grant (2013).
- Instrumental activities of daily living are impaired in Parkinson’s disease patients with mild cognitive impairment.
- Correction to Reckess, Varvaris, Gordon, and Schretlen (2013).
- Bilingualism does not alter cognitive decline or dementia risk among Spanish-speaking immigrants.
- Executive dysfunction, awareness deficits and quality of life in patients with cerebral small vessel disease: A structural equation model.
- Within-person distributions of neuropsychological test scores as a function of dementia severity.
- Attentional control in amnestic MCI subtypes: Insights from a Simon task.
- Memory consolidation in aging and MCI after 1 week.
- Lower ankle-brachial index is related to worse cognitive performance in old age.
- Effects of bilingualism on the age of onset and progression of MCI and AD: Evidence from executive function tests.
- Harm avoidance and cerebral infarction.
- The genesis of closing-in in Alzheimer disease and vascular dementia: A comparative clinical and experimental study.
- Correction to Akshoomoff et al. (2013).
- 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.