The Brain: An Introduction to Neuroscience

Neuroscience 201

Usual Description

An introductory course in neuroscience that familiarizes students with concepts and information central to work in the neurosciences. Students will learn the basics of brain structure and function at molecular, cellular and systems levels. This foundation will be used to explore a number of behavioral and applied topics.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Neuroscience 201 Taught by Tracie Paine
Neuroscience 201 Taught by Janice Thornton
Neuroscience 201 Taught by Patrick Simen
Neuroscience 201 Taught by Leslie Kwakye or Janice (Jan) Thornton
Neuroscience 201 Taught by Tracie Paine or Siobhan Robinson
Neuroscience 201 Taught by Siobhan Robinson or Janice (Jan) Thornton
Neuroscience 201 Taught by Tracie Paine or Patrick Simen
Neuroscience 201 Taught by Patrick Simen or Janice (Jan) Thornton
Neuroscience 201 Taught by Lynne Bianchi or Mark Braford
Neuroscience 201 Taught by Tracie Paine or Janice (Jan) Thornton
Neuroscience 201 Taught by Lynne Bianchi or Patrick Simen
Neuroscience 201 Taught by Mark Braford or Tracie Paine
Neuroscience 201
Neuroscience 201 Taught by Mark Braford or Tracie Paine
Neuroscience 201
Neuroscience 201 Taught by Mark Braford