Brain literate: making neuroscience accessible to a wider audience of undergraduates.

@article{Salomon2015BrainLM,
  title={Brain literate: making neuroscience accessible to a wider audience of undergraduates.},
  author={Danielle Salomon and Laurel Martin-Harris and Brian R. Mullen and Brian Odegaard and Aleksey Zvinyatskovskiy and Scott H. Chandler},
  journal={Journal of undergraduate neuroscience education : JUNE : a publication of FUN, Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience},
  year={2015},
  volume={13 2},
  pages={A64-73}
}
The ability to critically evaluate neuroscientific findings is a skill that is rapidly becoming important in non-science professions. As neuroscience research is increasingly being used in law, business, education, and politics, it becomes imperative to educate future leaders in all areas of society about the brain. Undergraduate general education courses are an ideal way to expose students to issues of critical importance, but non-science students may avoid taking a neuroscience course because… CONTINUE READING