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- A good source for up-to date lab protocols is: Current protocols in neuroscience. online edition. New York: John Wiley & Sons.
- The Belmont report. (1979). Ethical principles and guidelines for the protection of human subjects of research. Retrieved February 8, 2010, from
- Committee on Science, Engineering and Public Policy, National Academy of Sciences. (1995). On being a scientist: Responsible conduct in research. Washington, DC: National Academy Press. Retrieved February 8, 2010, from
- National Research Council (1996). Guide for the care and use of laboratory animals (7th ed.). Washington, DC: National Academy Press. Office of Laboratory Animal Welfare. PHS policy on humane care and use of laboratory animals. Retrieved February 14, 2005, from
- The Society for Neuroscience. (1998). Guidelines: Responsible conduct for scientific communication. Retrieved February 14, 2005, from
- These sites provide quizzes and guidelines that will help you avoid problems with plagiarism:
- Gazzaniga, M.S. Essay: Arts and Cognition: Findings hint at relationships. The 2008 Progress report on brain research.
- Guidelines for preparing and presenting scientific posters:
- General advice to young scientists:
- Advice for success in graduate school:
Neuroscience Databases Online
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