the assignment is designed to be done in 3-4 hours

but i am giving more time 

no copy or paste, draw if by  hand must be scanned 

each question has more than one part to be answered

there will be lectures attached each lecture named according to the subtitle group of the question 

you should be able to complete the examination in ~3-4 hours (although you can take as much time as you need until the deadline 17TH May). 

Instructions

Deadline is 17h May

If you want to use handdrawn pictures that is fine, but then please scan them into thecomputer text and images must be your own work, i.e. no cutting and pasting of text or images is allowed.

You MUSTwork independently, so while you can consult your lecture notes,books, and the research literature, you cannot consult with otherstudents, post-docs, faculty, spouses, or anyone.It is also very important that you turn your exam in on time 17TH May. 

TEXTBOOKS 

Recommended: The major textbook for the course is Squire et al. 4th edition (i). Readings in Byrne & Roberts 2nd edition (ii) and Byrne et al. 3rd edition (iii) are required for selected lectures. We suggest that you purchase Squire (available to buy or rent from amazon), which will also be used in Fundamentals of Neuroscience II, although copies are on reserve in Briscoe library.

i)               Fundamental Neuroscience; 4th edition, Eds. Squire et al.; Academic Press, 2012, http://www.amazon.com/Fundamental-Neuroscience-Fourth-Edition-Squire/dp/0123858704 

ii)             From Molecules to Networks: An Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience; 2nd edition, Eds. Byrne J & Roberts J; Academic Press, 2009. http://www.amazon.com/Molecules-Networks-Second-Introduction-Neuroscience/dp/0123741327/ref=sr_1_10?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1359428204&sr=1-10&keywords=roberts+neuroscience

iii)            From Molecules to Networks: An Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience; 3rd edition, Eds. Byrne et al.; Academic Press, 2014. http://www.amazon.com/From-Molecules-Networks-Third-Edition/dp/0123971799/ref=pd_cp_b_0

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the assignment is designed to be done in 3-4 hours

but i am giving more time 

no copy or paste, draw if by  hand must be scanned 

each question has more than one part to be answered

there will be lectures attached each lecture named according to the subtitle group of the question 

you should be able to complete the examination in ~3-4 hours (although you can take as much time as you need until the deadline 17TH May). 

Instructions

Deadline is 17h May

If you want to use handdrawn pictures that is fine, but then please scan them into thecomputer text and images must be your own work, i.e. no cutting and pasting of text or images is allowed.

You MUSTwork independently, so while you can consult your lecture notes,books, and the research literature, you cannot consult with otherstudents, post-docs, faculty, spouses, or anyone.It is also very important that you turn your exam in on time 17TH May. 

TEXTBOOKS 

Recommended: The major textbook for the course is Squire et al. 4th edition (i). Readings in Byrne & Roberts 2nd edition (ii) and Byrne et al. 3rd edition (iii) are required for selected lectures. We suggest that you purchase Squire (available to buy or rent from amazon), which will also be used in Fundamentals of Neuroscience II, although copies are on reserve in Briscoe library.

i)               Fundamental Neuroscience; 4th edition, Eds. Squire et al.; Academic Press, 2012, http://www.amazon.com/Fundamental-Neuroscience-Fourth-Edition-Squire/dp/0123858704 

ii)             From Molecules to Networks: An Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience; 2nd edition, Eds. Byrne J & Roberts J; Academic Press, 2009. http://www.amazon.com/Molecules-Networks-Second-Introduction-Neuroscience/dp/0123741327/ref=sr_1_10?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1359428204&sr=1-10&keywords=roberts+neuroscience

iii)            From Molecules to Networks: An Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience; 3rd edition, Eds. Byrne et al.; Academic Press, 2014. http://www.amazon.com/From-Molecules-Networks-Third-Edition/dp/0123971799/ref=pd_cp_b_0

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