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Physics 498: Scholarly Communication in Physics: Home

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Dr. Fink is interested in the role that neuronal synchronization plays in brain function and dysfunction. He is particularly interested in the mechanisms that facilitate enhanced synchronization during sleep and how such synchrony might contribute to memory consolidation. Fink also models epileptic seizures in order to better understand the dynamics of how they are generated.

tcfink@owu.edu

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Introduction

New scientific information, however original and earthshaking, does not become scientific knowledge until it has been communicated, criticized, verified, and remains unfalsified by other scientists in the same field.  The scholarly communication system is the instrument by which the results of individual, private research projects are transformed into scientific knowledge.

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