Intrepid learners! We have updated our course info, **please note** that the exam for Part 3 of The Fundamentals of Neuroscience will open January 11th for one month. To tide you over, we present a special animation by Andrew Benincasa that brings you on a journey through the auditory system, one of the sensory systems you can learn about in Part 3 of our course. Watch below and check out more here: https://www.mcb80x.org/map#!/staging/the_brain/audition
- Knowledge of God through the human psyche! ! معرفة الله من خلال النف...س البشرية La connaissance de Dieu à travers la psyché humaine!
- Too many people with psychotic illnesses end up untreated and become... victimized, homeless and incarcerated. In this article I discuss the misguided policies that lead to these outcomes; please urge your Congressional Reps to support the Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act HR-2646. http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/susan-inman/mental-illness-policies_b_8538144.html
The final lesson of Part 3 is live and ready for you! Learn about subcortical structures in the brain that drive our behavior and day to day existence. There's also a bonus interactive anatomy lesson to help you learn about all of the anatomy we cover throughout the 5 lessons. The exam period for the entire Part 3 course will be from 1/11/16-2/11/16, so you have plenty of time to look over material. Make sure to register for Part 3 of the course on edX if you plan on taking the exam and want a certificate: https://www.edx.org/…/fundamentals-neuroscience-part-3-brai… Check out all the Part 3 Content: https://www.mcb80x.org/map And enjoy the last video of our poetry of perception series by the amazing animator Daniela Sherer!
Announcement for Part 3! Lesson 5 will be delayed until next Wednesday, December 2nd. Never fear! We will have enough material to satiate even the hungriest. We apologize for the delay. We will be giving folks an extra week of exam study time as well. Thank you all!
For those of you in Estonia, the animated series of MCB80x will be screened at the Animated Dreams Festival in Talinn. There will be a visiting neuroscientist to introduce the pieces.