Second course, to follow Neuroscience 391, on readings, weekly discussion, and synthesis of knowledge in a domain of special interest, under the supervision of a Neuroscience faculty member. Students produce a substantive, deliverable product that could be a written paper, multimedia project, website, exhibition or performance, or some other original scholarly work that results from multiple iterations of draft, review, incorporation of feedback, and re-synthesis. Intended for students interested in exploring in depth specific topics not covered or only introduced in regularly available Neuroscience courses. Consent of the director of undergraduate studies required. Prerequisite: Neuroscience 391.