8 de set de 2020
I like the details that this course provides about the functionality of the brain. Dr Groh definitely took her time to prepare this course, and she likes to go in depth detail about everything.
15 de ago de 2020
One of the best Neuroscience courses took in my life. The professor is very good at teaching and amazing personality and her research team is very great. Hope one day she would win Nobel Prize
por Shreya S•
18 de abr de 2021
por YUAN Y•
27 de mar de 2019
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21 de jul de 2020
por Braulio F d C•
2 de abr de 2017
por Lauren W•
5 de dez de 2016
por Hossam A A I•
28 de mai de 2021
One of the best courses which introduces Neuroscience and shows the integration in the whole brain and how cognitive and sensory functions connected. I enjoyed the lectures a lot and the quizes were very good and gives insight on the understanding process of the given lectures. Only I missed written lecture notes as I have gone through different Courses and they introduced a better way in providing notes on each week at lesast.
Dr. Jennifer M. Groh made a very impressive work there and it was magnifcent to
enjoy this journey as I was fascinated by Nobel 2014 in Physiology and medicine and recently the course helped me to understand recent advances about how a man could restore his vision and the pathway of the process.
por Tata V S R•
15 de mai de 2020
It is an informative course for every adult. It adds up to clarity in one's ability in regards to basic perception.
Auditory issues discussed appear to be limited to proximities from the top and horizontal, but in reality, in my personnel experience, the sound terminating from the bottom creates a doubt in the mind.
The wind factor is another issue which creates confusion with regards to location and its ability to influence or alter the sound wave.
For the rest, it is a real and highly valuable experience gained and all credit goes to Professor Jennifer M.Groh.
por Paul C•
5 de dez de 2021
Coming from a background of AI ( Deep Learning etc...), I wanted to look at some of the inspirations for artificial neural networks.
An enlightening course ( remembering the different parts of the brain is still a challenge for me), which leaves me wanting to learning more. The supporting book for the course is also a good read.
por Carolina P•
5 de jul de 2016
This is an excellent course for those who want to get a better understanding about the brain and how it processes everyday stimulus. The professor is without doubt very knowledgable and explains everything in a very professional and yet simple way.
por Thomas M•
1 de fev de 2020
It was a fun course. I really learnt a lot, through her lectures, especially the different experiments. Really appreciate Coursera for providing with financial aid for me to take the class :)
por Alihan H•
25 de ago de 2021
The curriculum of the course was well structured and the instructor was great. It could have been a bit longer as it was hard to follow sometimes due to its busy schedule.
por Kristine J A B•
8 de jun de 2022
Very informative with interesting case studies and researches. Thank you very much for creating this course, Dr. Jennifer Groh and Duke University!
por Nanayakkara H L T D•
24 de jan de 2021
I learned many more things about brain and space. Thank you coursera for giving this opportunity and I think It's very helpful for my career .
por Hanno H•
9 de jan de 2017
Very nice and clearly presented. The only reason for not giving 5 stars is that I would have liked more details and more lectures.
por Nell L•
3 de fev de 2020
Great examples and insightful content. The quizzes were not so easy to pass, so be ready for real learning!
por Gerald B•
25 de fev de 2018
awesome course, my only negative comment is that is was too brief.
Great, clear, interesting professor!
por NGUYEN N D T•
26 de abr de 2021
This course is really practical. It reinforced my knowledge of cognition and memory.
por Rajat J K•
12 de nov de 2017
Wonderful use of examples with regard to experiments, images and videos.
por Kimberly C•
6 de abr de 2022
Challenging but very informative and interesting.
por Daniel M•
17 de jan de 2020
Easy to get into and deep in detail and learning
por MUKKALA S J•
11 de jul de 2020
por Carlos A G T•
20 de abr de 2017
por Paul B•
23 de fev de 2017
Very interesting topic and good presentation. I took the noncredit option and this was the first course I've taken at Coursera (including Duke) that did not allow me to get answers to quizzes I wanted to take (so I stopped taking them and feel I learned less). In lesson 2.7 (I think) where an in-lesson quiz was offered that asked me to choose between A, B, C, or D the visual disappeared so that I was hindered when presented with the questions to answer. A typo (its vs. it's) I noticed in a later lesson graphic (maybe lesson 6 somewhere). Anyway, thanks for the opportunity to learn about my brain and space.
por giulio b•
4 de mai de 2020
This course represents a good start in order to study space and brain relationship. However the lack of principles in neuroscience, related topics such as mirror neuron systems, a deeper knowledge on motor cortex culd lead to important misconceptions and limits. It's really a good start but the course need more reliable contents, scientific reasoning and debate.
por Atiah H A•
12 de set de 2021
Nice Course but it it close to medication field