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From Neurons in Action Users:

“My colleagues, Richard Payne, Betsy Quinlan and I have used Neurons in Action in our upper level Neurophysiology class since it came out; in fact, we replaced our home- grown NEURON simulations with NIA. The effects of combining a lecture on voltage clamp techniques, and the ionic basis of the action potential, with NIA simulations, done on the student's own time, is truly powerful. In lab, the exercises and simulations are great, with clear results, lots of control of important variables and really useful movies. We run the simulations as 50% of every lab, and we encourage students to do independent lab projects using NIA. The student feedback is also really positive.”

Catherine Carr
University of Maryland

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Neurons in Action in Action
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Teaching Neurophysiology to Undergraduates using Neurons in Action
in Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education

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