Integrating recent advances in neuroscience into undergraduate neuroscience and physiology courses.

@article{Cleland2002IntegratingRA,
  title={Integrating recent advances in neuroscience into undergraduate neuroscience and physiology courses.},
  author={Corey L Cleland},
  journal={Advances in physiology education},
  year={2002},
  volume={26 1-4},
  pages={271-7}
}
Neuroscience has enjoyed tremendous growth over the past 20 years, including a substantial increase in the number of neuroscience departments, programs, and courses at the undergraduate level. To meet the need of new neuroscience courses, there has also been growth in the number of introductory neuroscience textbooks designed for undergraduates. However, textbooks typically trail current knowledge by five to ten years, especially in neuroscience where our understanding is increasing rapidly… CONTINUE READING

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