Table of Contents


Schedule


Last Update: 18 April 2007, 05:58pm

Date
Day
Michael
Karen
Matt
4/11
Wed
Visual System I
Visual System I
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4/12
Thr
--
Visual System II
Behavioral Assessment
4/13
Fri
Culture & Behavior
--
Cranial Nerves I-VI
4/16
Mon
Cranial Nerves VII-XII
Substance Related Disorders
--
4/17
Tue
--
Autonomic Nervous System
Eating Disorders
4/18
Wed
Psychotic Disorders
--
Hypothalamus & Pituitary
4/19
Thr
Clinical Neurophysiology and Neurologic Exam
Violence
--
4/20
Fri
--
Motor Tracts and Lesions
Domestic Violence
4/23
Mon
Adjustment Disorders
--
Stroke
4/24
Tue
Imaging the CNS
Behavioral and Complementary Therapies
--
4/25
Wed
--
Basal Ganglia, Cerebellum, & Movement Disorders
Mental Retardation & Autism Spectrum Disorders
4/26
Thr
Personality Disorders
--
Neurosurgical Advances
4/27
Fri
Development of the Nervous System
Somatoform Disorders
--
4/30
Mon
--
Limbic System
Sexual Disorders
5/1
Tue
Behavioral Management of Chronic Pain
--
Higher Cortical Function
5/2
Wed
Cortical Disorders
--
--
5/3
Thr
--
Learning & Memory
Stress and Illness
5/4
Fri
Sleep Disorders
--
The EEG and Epilepsy; Sleep and Arousal
5/7
Mon
Review of Pathways
Delirium and Dementia
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News


4/5- Thanks Mike for keeping this effort going.


3/22- Matt and I are getting tired of running the whole show. Will other people please join in on the objectives? Thank you!


2/1-
I made a chart to summarize our Autonomics lectures-- Im posting it under CBC's lecture section in Block 2. I am pretty sure it's correct, but feel free to check me.

**Update: CBC checked it and confirms it's correct, so feel free to use if you are doing last minute studying ;)

9pm: Added a visual diagram of the Pelvic and UG diaphragm and the superficial and deep pouch. I *think* it's correct. Still unconfirmed. Go Go last minute studying.


-Karen

1/31- CBC sent me two extra practice exams today, so I thought I'd share them--






-Karen

1/25- For all of you who like flashcards I'm posting the site where I make all of mine at. I make no claims as to the accuracy of the flashcards but most of the errors I made I think are pretty glaring. Anyway I highly recommend them for Crissman lectures (Non embryology). You may or may not find them useful for other stuff.

http://www.flashcardexchange.com/user/view/187142

Bryan