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Masters ThesisPurvis, Tyler ChaseIn recent decades, zebrafish have become a popular organism in neuroscience research. This is primarily because of the homogenous nature of what are known as reticulospinal neurons. These neurons, located in the hindbrain, control locomotive (e.g., sw . . .
Masters ThesisGriffiths, Brian B.Neural mechanisms of stress are highly conserved across animals. Glucocorticoids (such as cortisol in humans) and serotonin are two neural signaling molecules that are essential to normal stress reactivity in many animals. These chemical signaling mol . . .
Masters ThesisGenetic predisposition for hypnotic susceptibility: an introductory study on the potential of genetic predictorsWannigman, Kyle DavidHypnotherapy is an empirically supported, clinical intervention used in the treatment of a wide variety of mental, physical, and emotional dysfunctions. Hypnotizability is a stable and heritable personality trait. Individual differences in hypnotic su . . .