2009 Volume 7 Issue 2


A Special Time for JUNE
By Gary L. Dunbar

Interview: Donald G. Stein: Pioneer in the Areas of Neuroplasticity and Recovery of Function
By Gary L. Dunbar

Commentary: Developing New Courses and Exploring New Teaching Approaches: The Role of “Unexpected Feedback”
By Cynthia Gibson


The Flatworm Planaria as a Toxicology and Behavioral Pharmacology Animal Model in Undergraduate Research Experiences
By Oné R. Pagán, Tamara Coudron, and Tanvi Kaneria

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Every Cell Counts: An Inquiry-Based Approach to Address a Novel Research Question in an Undergraduate Neuroscience Lab
By Melissa A. Birkett

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Northeast Under/graduate Research Organization for Neuroscience (NEURON): Our Thirteenth Conference for Neuroscience Trainees and Educators
By Jay P. McLaughlin, Stacey Gomes, Angela Seliga, Sharon Ramos Goyette, Amy Morrison, Christian G. Reich, Cheryl A. Frye

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Successful Integration of Interactive Neuroscience Simulations into a Non-Laboratory Sensation & Perception Course
By Uta Wolfe

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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
By E. Keen-Rhinehart, A. Eisen, D. Eaton, and K. McCormack

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The Student Surgeon: A Behavioral Neuroendocrinology Laboratory Exercise in Rats
By Meg E. Kirkpatrick

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Media Reviews

Media Review: Dissection of the Human Brain
Reviewed by Douglas A. Weldon



Eric Wiertelak
Macalester College

Gary Dunbar
Senior Editor
Central Michigan University

Bruce Johnson
Associate Editor
Cornell University

Aaron Cecala
Elizabethtown College

William Grisham

Jean Hardwick
Ithaca College

James Kalat
North Carolina State

Barbara Lom
Davidson College

Michelle Mynlieff
Marquette University

Julio Ramirez
Davidson College

Raddy L. Ramos
NY College of Osteopathic Medicine/NY Institute of Technology

Amy Jo Stavnezer
College of Wooster

Bob Wyttenbach
Emory University

Michael Zigmond
University of Pittsburgh