Computing and the Brain

NEUROSCI 103L

* This course does NOT fulfill the lab/methods requirement for the Neuroscience major.  This requirement is fulfilled by a lab or methods course >300.

Introductory programming based on problems in neuroscience. Provides foundational skills for using computers to collect and analyze neuroscience data. Study of how computational processes are implemented by information-processing entities: both brains and computers. Python programming to generate sensory stimuli and collect/analyze behavioral and neural data. Scientific and Software Engineering best practices for conducting and verifying neuroscience experiments. Not open to students who have taken Computer Science 101. Prerequisite: Neuroscience 101/Psychology 106 or Neuroscience 102/Psychology 107. Instructor: Astrachan

Prerequisites

Pre-Req: NEUROSCI 101/PSY 106 or NEUROSCI 102/PSY 107; not open to students who have taken COMPSCI 101

Curriculum Codes
  • NS
  • QS
Cross-Listed As
  • COMPSCI 103L
  • PSY 113L
Typically Offered
Spring Only