During the unit on "Biological Bases of Behavior," CHS A.P. Psychology students were instructed to create 3-D representations of the brain. Applying their visual and tactile intelligence, creativity, as well as their knowledge of the functions of various brain structures, their task was to create "life-size" brain models, using a variety of accessible materials. Their projects were displayed at the CHS Library earlier this year for the school community to learn a bit more about the brain, neurological, and cognitive processes.
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