Resource Links


Neuroscience Tutorial from the Washington University (St. Louis) School of Medicine. Covers most of the topics in this section of the course. Very clear but not quite so detailed as our course. Interesting diagrams. Incorporates some review questions with answers. Also contains links to other sites, with descriptions.

Neuroanatomy Interactive Syllabus from the University of Washington (Seattle). Wonderful neuroanatomy graphics, but some images not available over the Internet.

Neuroscience Resources from the University of Wisconsin. Excellent diagrams, text, and self-instruction modules. Coverage at about the same level as this course.

HyperBrain Neuroanatomy from the University of Utah. Maintained by Suzanne Stensaas. Good treatment of neuroanatomy at about the level of our course. Includes quizes and other self-study material. (Note: some links to figures and definitions are not available.)

Neurological Eye Simulator from the University of California at Davis. Demonstration of the contribution to eye movement of each of the extraocular muscles and cranial nerves III, IV, and VI, and shows the effects of various lesions. Requires the Shockwave program on your computer. (Shockwave can be downloaded without charge if you don't have it.)

Internet Neuroscience Resources. Comprehensive listing of neuroscience web pages, maintained by Eric Chuder of the University of Washington in Seattle. Note that some of the links are no longer valid but there are many useful links.

Neuroanatomy Links from Temple University. Selected Internet links to other neuroanatomy web sites. Also, note that this site has a set of excellent illustrations, selected by clicking on "Lab Reviews" on the Resource Home Page.

Neuroscience for Kids. To help you explain to your little brother/sister/children why you are working so hard this term.