Exploration of these fundamental neurophysiology topics from the basis for understanding a variety of student-selected topics which will be covered later in the semester. It emphasizes interpretation and uses of quantitative techniques in sociological data analysis.
Students will begin with a critical investigation of the connections between the individual, the local, and the structural as they relate to justice and inequality in society. The course will cover how technology interacts with globalization, the environment, population health, social interaction, and warfare.
Within the scope of this course, we shall explore the political, economic, and social life of the Middle East during the Modern Era with a focus on the 19th and 20th centuries. This course will focus on the concepts, measurements, trends and theories of the major demographic processes of fertility, mortality and migration.
II; 3 cr b-L-E. With a focus on content knowledge, teacher candidates will plan a variety of meaningful learning experiences, assess student learning, and monitor and modify instruction to best support the individual learners in the classroom.
A written report or equivalent is required for evaluation, and a short title describing the program must be sent early in the semester to the registrar for entry on the student's transcript. Note that new Lab Manuals are being used this quarter. In the context of a real classroom, teacher candidates will learn how to plan for and assess student learning in science.
Theory and practice of analysis by instrumental methods, including methods based on absorption and emission of radiation, electroanalytic methods, chromatographic methods and surface analysis methods. Main Russian dramatists and plays from the end of the eighteenth century to the present.
While the final exam will focus principally on material covered in the second half of the course, familiarity with the issues covered in the first half will be assumed. Students will also be asked to write a page double-spaced term paper body: Students may only earn credit in one of the following: Offered Every Third Semester.
An examination of cultural differences as they are revealed in literary texts written by Jews in French and Italian during the twentieth century and understood by North American historians writing about France and Italy. The emphasis will be on understanding the sequence of initiation, use, and misuse of psychoactive drugs.
Most of the questions on the exams will be similar to homework problems. The second describes a social movement that works to fight unequal access to clean, healthy environments and the services that they provide.
The impact of recombinant DNA technology on biotechnology and medicine will also be examined. What are the potential versus real life effects of current laws and policies intended to curb drug use.
Modern bonding theories, group theory and periodic properties extended and applied to chemical systems and reactions. Social policies such as welfare reform, Social Security and federal agricultural policies are among the topics prospectively covered in this course.
The classical and more recently recognized neurotransmitter and hormone pathways and clinical and pharmacology considerations of each will be explored using lectures, primary literature, and case studies.
These will be due the week following the lab. Penetrating study of an important Scandinavian literary or cultural topic. Students will learn how to conduct field research. I; 3 cr L-I. Global case studies and engaging narratives focused on the intersections of gender, sexuality, race, and religion will be considered.
Major literary movements of Serbian and Croatian literature from the medieval period until the formation of the Yugoslav state in Content specific training will be done throughout the semester at appropriate times.
Please read the HCDE statement about human subjects. Topics include evolution, taxonomy, genomics and understanding disease. Not a literature course.
Principles of Chemistry II. Information sheets including instructions, grading criteria, and suggested topics for each paper will be posted on the course website.
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Class Assignments. There will be two exams: midterm exam covering the materials of the first five weeks of the course and the final exam covering the materials of the last five weeks.
Students will also be asked to write a page double-spaced term paper (body: Times New Roman font 12 pts, Chicago Manual of style, footnotes 10) using the primary and/or secondary literature.
Please do email me with questions ([email protected]). I will try to reply to all emails concerning material not on the syllabus within 24 hours. I will try to reply to all emails concerning material not on. 10) Upper division psychology courses for which there are no direct University of Washington equivalents taken through the UW Study Abroad program.
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