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The Psychology & Neuroscience students received a very hands on experience – looking at slices of human brain and cow eye dissections. During their lectures, they were split into rotating groups and had to look at the human brain to identify certain parts of the brain. Then, they had to identify the species of four different brains based on visual comparison. Finally, they were able to get into the nitty gritty and take a closer look at the eye of a cow. By dissecting the eye, they were able to see the nerves of the eye that lead to the brain and identify certain aspects that were similar and different to that of the human eye.


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