Complex Functions In Neuroscience
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This guide is made to follow the lectures covered in Semester 2, 2018. A study guide derived fro...
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All lectures and topics included to great detail! 1 - Form and Function 2 - Cognition (absolutely...
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Clear and concise notes on pain and the final guest lecturers. Final mark in subject was an 83.
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"what am I learning?" "what do I need to know?" I found myself asking these questions throughout t...
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SMCF exam review notes: these notes summarise each lecture per page for all examinable lectures, so...
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This includes detailed lecture notes for week 6-12 (continuation from Part 1).
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This includes all the lecture notes from lectures 1-11 for NEUR30004. This part (part 1) covers week...
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Summary of the entire course - NEUR30004 inclusive of spoken content in lectures.
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For Neuroscience: Sensation, movement, and complex functions I wrote brief notes in class then clean...
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NEUR30004 notes from the lectures and workshops (5) in detail. Might be some misspelling and gra...
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This subject is very poorly coordinated. There is a huge lack in communication between the teaching staff and students. For instance, we received our grades for the group assignment the night before the exam (students only found out that grades were released from checking everyday) and it was very hard to determine whether the grade was out of 10 or 15. This was only communicated DURING the exam when the coordinator sent out the email. In addition to this, the exam is 50% complex functions and computation from Peter Kitchener's lectures. If you enjoy his lectures and computations in NEUR30003 then feel free to pick this subject, as 50% of the exam will be based on this and you write an essay on it during the exam. If you did not, DO NOT pick this subject. There is only about 50% neuroscience. The exam also had questions that required knowledge that was definitely not taught throughout the lectures. Again, so poorly coordinated it will irritate you.