Educating the next generation of leaders and scientists has always been one of my primary goals. My classroom provides an environment that is open to questions and a safe place to process new student ideas. An ideal course is one that students will find intellectually stimulating, yet meaningful and practical regarding their particular career goals. My intention is that my love for what I teach will be contagious, and will encourage students to explore their interests in greater detail after they leave my classroom – to become an eternal student who never stops learning throughout life.
PSYC 2103 Research Methods II (W & O)
PSYC 2113 Introduction to Brain & Behavior
PSYC 3113 Physiological Psychology
PSYC 4613 Seminar in Physiological Psychology emphasis Psychopharmacology (W & O)
PSYC 6113 Physiological Psychology
PSYC 8200 Health Psychology I
PSYC 8099 Special Topics in Psychology: Applied Biopsychology for Health Scientists