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Using a paradigm shift to teach neurobiology and the nature of science—A C.R.E.A.T.E.-based approach.

Hoskins, Sally G. (2008). Using a paradigm shift to teach neurobiology and the nature of science—A C.R.E.A.T.E.-based approach.The Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education, 6(2): A40-A52. ISBN: 15442896

Undergraduate neuroscience education: Blueprints for the 21[sup]st[/sup] century.

Wiertelak, Eric P.; Ramirez, Julio J. (2008). Undergraduate neuroscience education: Blueprints for the 21[sup]st[/sup] century.The Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education, 6(2): A34-A39. ISBN: 15442896 Paralleling the explosive growth of neuroscientific knowledge over the last two decades, numerous institutions from liberal arts colleges to research universities have either implemented or begun exploring the possibility of implementing undergraduate programs in neuroscience.

The student surgeon: A behavioral neuroendocrinology laboratory exercise in rats.

Kirkpatrick, Meg E. (2009). The student surgeon: A behavioral neuroendocrinology laboratory exercise in rats.The Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education, 7(2): A80-A84. ISBN: 15442896

The flatworm planaria as a toxicology and behavioral pharmacology animal model in undergraduate research experiences.

Pagán, Oné R.; Coudron, Tamara; Kaneria, Tanvi (2009). The flatworm planaria as a toxicology and behavioral pharmacology animal model in undergraduate research experiences.The Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education, 7(2): A48-A52. ISBN: 15442896

Novel insilico method for teaching cytoarchitecture, cellular diversity, and gene expression in the mammalian brain.

Ramos, Raddy L.; Smith, Phoebe T.; Brumberg, Joshua C. (2007). Novel insilico method for teaching cytoarchitecture, cellular diversity, and gene expression in the mammalian brain.The Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education, 6(1): A8-A13. ISBN: 15442896

Media review of Dissection of the Human Brain.

Weldon, Douglas A. (2009). Media review of Dissection of the Human Brain.The Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education, 7(2): . ISBN: 15442896

Interactive methods for teaching action potentials, an example of teaching innovation from neuroscience postdoctoral fellows in the Fellowships in Research and Science Teaching (FIRST) program.

Keen-Rhinehart, E.; Eisen, A.; Eaton, D.; McCormack, K. (2009). Interactive methods for teaching action potentials, an example of teaching innovation from neuroscience postdoctoral fellows in the Fellowships in Research and Science Teaching (FIRST) program.The Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education, 7(2): A74-A79. ISBN: 15442896

g-PRIME: A free, Windows based data acquisition and event analysis software package for physiology in classrooms and research labs.

Lott, Gus K., III; Johnson, Bruce R.; Bonow, Robert H.; Land, Bruce R.; Hoy, Ronald R. (2009). g-PRIME: A free, Windows based data acquisition and event analysis software package for physiology in classrooms and research labs.The Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education, 8(1): A50-A54. ISBN: 15442896

Every cell counts: An inquiry-based approach to address a novel research question in an undergraduate neuroscience lab.

Birkett, Melissa A. (2009). Every cell counts: An inquiry-based approach to address a novel research question in an undergraduate neuroscience lab.The Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education, 7(2): A53-A64. ISBN: 15442896
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