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Semester 1, 2016


Detailed and organised Neuroscience Lecture Transcriptions

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These are my NEUR30003 lecture transcriptions taken lecture by lecture. They are so detailed and help to explain everything - saving a lot of time re-watching the lectures or scratching your head wondering what it was that the lecturer said about that picture!

These are a fantastic base to go on and further summarise as they have absolutely everything you need to know. An invaluable resource!

Lecture 1 – Why Study the Nervous System?
Lecture 2 – Cellular Basis of Neural Function
Lecture 3 – Neural Communication and Plasticity
Lecture 4 – Development of the Nervous System
Lecture 5 – Measurement of Neural Structure and Function
Lecture 6 – Touch
Lecture 7 – Visual System I
Lecture 8 – Visual System II
Lecture 9 – Auditory System
Lecture 10 – Gustation and Olfaction
Lecture 12 – Lower Motorneurone
Lecture 13 – Upper Motorneuron
Lecture 14 – Modulation of Movement
Lecture 18 – Neural Control of Digestion
Lecture 19 – Sensory: Motor Integration: OPTOGENETICS
Lecture 20 – Learning and Memory
Lecture 21 – Molecular Mechanisms of Memory
Lecture 22 – Memory Modules for Time, Place and Space
Lecture 23 – Pain
Lecture 24 – Emotions: Fear
Lecture 25 – Motivation and Reward
Lecture 26 – Social Cognition
Lecture 27 – Disorders of the Nervous System
Lecture 28 – Disorders of the Nervous System II: Autism
Lecture 29 – Disorders of the Nervous System III: Developmental Disorder
Lecture 31 – Evolution and Brains
Lecture 32 – Language
Lecture 33 – Disorders of Thought and Mood
Lecture 34 – Cognition
Lecture 35 – Consciousness