Department of Psychology
 

MARY HARRINGTON
Professor


TEACHING


I have had the good fortune to work at Smith College, an institution that prides itself on excellence in teaching. I have continued to learn from my colleagues at Smith, and now from colleagues dedicated to teaching at other instituions. A fantastic resource is the faculty involved in Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience or FUN. On this page I hope to share a few insights, but also to encourage continued dialogue.

Publications Related to Teaching


Harrington, M.E., The Design of Experiments in Neuroscience, Wadsworth/Thomson Publishers, 2006. link

A.C. Hall and M.E. Harrington, ‘Experimental Methods in Neuroscience’: an undergraduate neuroscience laboratory course for teaching ethical issues, laboratory techniques, experimental design and analysis, The Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education, 2 (2003) A1-A7. link

Harrington, M., Anderson, A.P., Hall, A.C., Teaching research skills to students in neuroscience, Soc. for Nsci, 20.13, 2005. poster

Sandstrom, NJ, Turgeon, SM, George, SA, Thornton, JE, Smith, DA, Hall, AC, Harrington, ME, A comparison of neuroscience programs at Amherst, Oberlin, Smith, and Williams College, Soc. Nsci, 2004, 28.17.


Courses

Parkinson's Disease Seminar

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Biological Rhythms Seminar

Brain States

Experimental Methods in Neuroscience

Cognitive Neuroscience

Mary Harrington

Biography

Curriculum Vitae

Publications

Research

Lab Members

Teaching

Study Abroad

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