Courses for Neuroscience And Behavior
Courses of Instruction
NSBV BC 3367y Transformative Landmarks in Neuroscience
Modern neuroscience incorporates topics from molecular neurobiology to
cognition. Cognate disciplines include psychology, biology, biochemistry,
chemistry, neuropharmacology, neurology and psychiatry, physics,
computational science. We review neuroscience landmarks through readings of
scientific publications, news reports, and controversies surrounding
apparently transformative research, and contemplate contemporary viewpoints
that have the benefit of hindsight.
Not offered in 2015-2016.
NSBV BC 3593x-BC3594y Senior Research Seminar: Neuroscience and
Discussion and conferences on a research project culminate in a written and
oral senior thesis. Each project must be supervised by a scientist working at
Barnard or at another local institution. Successful completion of the seminar
substitutes for the major examination. - R. Silver, R. Romeo, H. Moore, E.
Prerequisites: Open to senior Neuroscience and Behavior majors. Permission of the instructor. This is a year-long course. By the end of the spring semester program planning period during junior year, majors should identify the lab they will be working in during their senior year.
BC2280 Animal Behavior
BC3310 Cell Biology
BC3311 Laboratory in Cell Biology
BC3360 Animal Physiology
BC3590 Senior Seminar
BC2001 General Chemistry I
BC3230 Organic Chemistry I
BC3282 Biological Chemistry
BC1001 Introduction to Psychology
BC1107 Psychology of Learning
BC3376 Infant Development
BC3380 Cognitive Neuroscience