This wiki houses information about writing up projects for two lab courses taught by people in the VISTALAB.
The top of this page contains write-up instructions that are common to both classes, such as how to work with the Wiki. This is followed by separate sections describing issues and projects specific to the two classes:
- Psych 204 (Human Neuroimaging Methods)
- Psych 221 (Applied Vision and Image Systems Engineering)
- Psych 284 (Computational Modeling of Visual Circuits)
The main course pages (including readings, syllabus and so forth) for the classes are on the Courseworks site.
See the Project Guidelines for advice on organizing your project wiki page .
For research and software tools please consult VISTALAB wiki.
Psych 202 (Cog Neuro)
Here is the launch page for Psych 202 projects for 2013. Please go to the project page to start building your wiki page.
- Visit the project suggestions page (Psych 221) to see suggestions for this year.
Here is the launch page for Psych 221 projects for 2014 We will set up a similar page for 2015, shortly.
Previous 221 projects
Links to Psych 221 projects from the last few years.
- Projects 2010-11
- Projects 2008-09
- Projects 2007-08
- Projects 2006-07
- Projects 2005-06
- Projects 2004-05
- broken link Projects 2003-04
- Projects 2002-03
- Projects 2001-02
- Projects 1999-00
- Projects 1998-99
- Projects 1997-98
There is an archive for SCIEN-related courses on the SCIEN machine in Electrical Engineering. The archive contains projects from several different classes (EE 398A/B, EE 368, EE392J) and more than a decade of projects from Psych 221 (also known as EE 362).
In Spring 2011 the course will include a shared software project. There is a Psych 284 course wiki page for commenting and discussing about the software project.
Some years, but not all, we perform projects in Psych 204A.
Future projects will include simulations of the MR signal and potential measurement projects in the CNI scanner.
Grill-Spector now teaches Psych 204B. Contact her about projects beyond the one below.
This section is for CAs. It will describe
- How students get their accounts and passwords - we have one password for everyone. They create their own project page and work within that.
- How we remove accounts at the end of the time - we delete them after class is over. The wiki pages stay up, though.
- Who has Bureaucrat/Sysop status on the Psych 221 teaching page? Brian, Henryk, Joyce
Bureaucrat/Sysop users can create an account at this page: Special:UserLogin