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  1. Juan Gomez-Molina

    Chatting about SfN/2022-abstracts

    Have you presented an abstract about computational tools and methods for electrophysiological experiments or EEG? Are you interesting in teaching at universities in TX, FL or AL? We have presented 2 abstracts at SfN-2022 (088.02/XX6, and J-teaching) about chronobiology and symmetries of neuroelectric states. Please let me know if you have questions or comments or if you want to participate in this project. Juan F Gómez Molina PhD, International Group of Neuroscience Neuroengineering and Neurophilosophy
  2. Go to https://mdcune.psych.ucla.edu/ We have developed and field tested digital labs for undergrads. They are inquiry based and NOT cookbook. These labs are provided to the community for free via a website that was originally funded by NSF. Faculty will need to request an account to get to grading keys, paper rubrics, etc. William (Bill) Grisham UCLA
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