Instructor: Janine Wotton
Office Hours: W F -
Instructor: Michael Ferragamo
Office Hours: M W - F -2
Zupanc, G.K.H. (2004) Behavioral Neurobiology. An integrative approach.
Oxford University Press, New York.
Policy on Animal Care:Failure to treat and care for animals appropriately will result in dismissal from the class and a failing grade will be recorded.
Policy on Academic Dishonesty: Any form of academic dishonesty such as cheating on tests, plagiarism, deliberate misrepresentation of fact, or interfering with the work of other students will result in dismissal from the course and a failing grade. In addition, a complaint will be lodged with the Academic Dean’s office. If you have any question concerning whether or not your behavior may be viewed as dishonest, you are responsible to ask your instructor.
Grades: Student grades for the course will reflect test performance, completion of assignments, and participation and performance in class. Test dates are fixed. The material covered on a particular test will reflect what has been assigned by the date of the test and may not directly correspond with the course outline described above. Students who have a conflict with a test date must contact me at least three class days before the scheduled test. Otherwise makeup tests will only be given to students if the Dean’s office indicates there has been a death in the family or illness has taken the student out of classes
Exam 1 March 8 guide
Exam 2 March 26 guide
Exam 4 May 22 guide
Link to SfN topics
Lab Assignments Due
Next lab after completion
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