Select a Neurobiology Category:

Nervous System Overview

Neurons

Glial Cells

Neural Development

Spinal Cord and Reflexes

Nociception

Auditory System

Visual System

Vestibular System

Posture and Movement

Cerebral Hemisphere and Cortex

Cerebellum

Hypothalamus and Hypophysis

Rhinencephalon and Limbic System


Purpose: This web site focuses on veterinary neurobiology concepts, employing self-assessment to evaluate student understanding. The web site gives students an opportunity to clarify their conceptual knowledge and acquire reassurance as they confirm their conceptual understanding.

Instructions: Select one of the above neurobiology categories. A series of query screens per category will be presented randomly. Each query screen consists of a centrally placed statement surrounded by four randomly positioned phrases that are either true or false regarding the central statement. After choosing True/False per phrase (or not), click the Show Answer button to view your answer success and see a conceptual explanation. When the Next Screen button is clicked, a new screen will be presented via random selection from an available pool of screen images. If you no longer wish to view a particular screen image (e.g., because you know the answers), use the Delete Screen button to eliminate it and display a different screen from the available pool. (Note: The last remaining screen in the pool cannot be deleted.)


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Veterinary Neurobiology Concepts Checker Web Site
© 2012
T. Fletcher fletc003@umn.edu
Last Modified January, 2012

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