NSCI3001W: Neuroscience and Society

4 CreditsBiological SciencesCivic Life and EthicsEnvironmentWriting Intensive

Ethical implications. Readings, personal reflections, class discussions, debates, and formal writing. Development of logical arguments, writing skills, oral presentation skills, and teamwork. Students present/argue both their own personal views and those of others. What it is like to have altered mentation, i.e. a brain disease or disability. Readings/multimedia reports from primary neuroscience literature as well as philosophy, policy, and law literature and popular media.

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B+ Average (3.380)Most Common: A (23%)

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524 students

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