Choose something that fascinates you. Doing so will keep you motivated and focused.
Topics that are too broad can yield an overwhelming amount of information.
Talk to Others
Discussing your proposed topic with a classmate or friend can help identify aspects you hadn't previously considered.
Read the assignment requirements carefully to ensure your topic is appropriate.
If you can't find anything on your topic, consult a librarian or your instructor. You may want to consider shifting to something different.
|BrainFacts.org > News
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Society for Neuroscience
|Neuroscience Information Framework
Large collection of of high-quality web-based neuroscience resources. Sponsored by NIH and DHHS.
Concise summaries of current research on a wide variety of topics. Highly recommended!
In addition to your textbook and lecture content, these may be good sources for finding a topic:
|Society for Neuroscience: Conference Themes and Topics|
|IMPULSE - The Premier Undergraduate Neuroscience Journal|
|Frontiers in Neuroscience|