2016 Volume 15: Issue 1

2016 Volume 15 : Issue 1

Articles

Undergraduate Neuroscience Education in the U.S.: Quantitative Comparisons of Programs and Graduates in the Broader Context of Undergraduate Life Sciences Education
By RL Ramos, AW Esposito, S O’Malley, PT Smith, & W Grisham                               Supplementary Material

A Model for Teaching Advanced Neuroscience Methods:  A Student-Run Seminar to Increase Practical Understanding and Confidence
By TM Harrison, CRK Ching, & AM Andrews

Simulated in vivo Electrophysiology Experiments Provide Previously Inaccessible Insights into Visual Physiology
By M Quiroga & NSC Price

The Influence of Assay Design, Blinding, and Gymnema sylvestre on Sucrose Detection by Humans
By MG Aleman,  LJ Marconi, NH Nguyen, JM Park, MM Patino, Y Wang, CS Watkins, & C Shelley                      Supplementary Material

An Undergraduate Laboratory Exercise that Demonstrates the Difference Between Peripherally and Centrally Mediated Measures
By S Lowe, A Tommerdahl, R Lensch, E Francisco, J Holden, & M Tommerdahl

Are Electrode Caps Worth the Investment?  An Evaluation of EEG Methods in Undergraduate Neuroscience Laboratory Courses and Research
By SM Shields, CE Morse, ED Applebaugh, TL Muntz, & DF Nichols                     Supplementary Material

Use of Structural Assessment of Knowledge for Outcomes Assessment in the Neuroscience Classroom
By JL Stevenson, S Shah, & JP Bish                             Supplementary Material

An Inquiry-Based Approach to Study the Synapse:  Student-Driven Experiments Using C. elegans
By ML Lemons

The Miracle Fruit: An Undergraduate Laboratory Exercise in Taste Sensation and Perception
By O Lipatova & MM Campolattaro                       Supplementary Material

The Establishment of an On-Campus Neurotraining Center at a Small University:  Internship Experience Using Neuropsychological Techniques
By EJ Schicatano & R Bohlander

Using a Pop-Science Book to Teach Introductory Neuroscience: Advantages for Science Majors and Non-Science Majors Alike
By LE Been, PG Mermelstein & RL Meisel           Supplementary Material #1       Supplementary Material #2

From Botox to Behavior: Neuroscience for Non-scientists at Emory
By LA Roesch & K Frenzel

Word Origins of Common Neuroscience Terms for Use in an Undergraduate Classroom
By RM Hallock, EC Brand, & TB Mihalic              Supplementary Material

Using Rubrics as a Scientific Writing Instructional Method in Early Stage Undergraduate Neuroscience Study
By EBD Clabough & SW Clabough                       Supplementary Material

“Social” Neuroscience:  Leveraging Social Media to Increase Student Engagement and Public Understanding of Neuroscience
By A Valentine & J Kurczek