Gerald H.


Gerald H.

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Baton Rouge, LA 70816

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

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I teach courses in Behavioral Neuropharmacology and Psychology

I have been teaching courses in the most fascinating subjects there are: (at least to me) Neuroscience and Psychology for over twenty years. I have a Ph.D. in Behavioral Neuropharmacology from Binghamton University and I am currently an Associate Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience at Southern University Baton Rouge where I teach undergraduate courses in Physiological Psychology, Sensation/Perception, and History/Systems in Psychology. I am also an adjunct professor of Psychology at Loui... [more]


Psychology

PROFESSIONAL AND RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Associate Professor of Psychology Southern University Baton Rouge, Department of Psychology. Baton Rouge, LA. In addition to teaching courses at the undergraduate, graduate, and medical school levels (partial list below), I have developed and proposed the curriculum for courses in Physiological Psychology for acceptance into Louisiana Substance Abuse Certification, recommended changes to faculty assignments to core undergraduate Psychology courses so that all tenure-track faculty taught at least one APA required core course to maintain Accreditation. Student Advisement. My Teaching experience includes courses in Physiological Psychology, Sensation & Perception, Psychopharmacology, Developmental Psychology, Advanced Statistics, and History & Systems in Psychology. 2007-Present.


Physiology

PROFESSIONAL AND RESEARCH EXPERIENCE I am an Associate Professor of Psychology Southern University Baton Rouge, Department of Psychology. Baton Rouge, LA. As an educator and researcher at the university level, I have both developed and implemented Neurophysiological components of the Psychology curriculum for courses in Sensory Physiology, with an accompanying laboratory module investigating the relationship between neurophysiological/Neuropharmacological manipulations and changes in sensory behavior using operant psychophysical methods, and taught Physiological Psychology at the undergraduate level which met the criteria for acceptance into the Louisiana Substance Abuse Certification Program. More generally, my teaching experience includes courses in Physiological Psychology, Sensation & Perception, Psychopharmacology, Developmental Psychology, Advanced Statistics, and Behavioral Neuropharmacology from 1998 to the present at several Universities and Medical Schools in Baton Rouge Louisiana and Jackson Mississippi.


Biostatistics

I have a Ph.D. in Behavioral Neuropharmacology from Binghamton University and I am currently an Associate Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience at Southern University Baton Rouge where I teach undergraduate courses in Physiological Psychology, Sensation/Perception, and History/Systems in Psychology.


Pharmacology

I earned my Ph.D. in Behavioral Neuropharmacology in the laboratory of Dr. Linda Spear, Distinguished Professor of Neurobehavioral Teratology at Binghamton University. My Doctoral Dissertation is still considered to be the first ecologically valid animal model of prenatal cocaine exposure and was awarded the Distinguished Dissertation Award in Science and Mathematics in 1997; the project resulted in several highly cited and very influential publications --continuing to be cited regularly in the fields of Neuropharmacology, Psychopharmacology, and Environmental Toxicology. I have taught courses at the undergraduate, graduate, and medical school level in Psychopharmacology, Developmental Neurotoxicology and Teratology, Drugs and Human Behavior, CNS Pharmacology, and most recently, National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Law Enforcement Crisis Intervention Training (CIT) in modules dealing with substance abuse and Co-Occurring Substance Abuse and Mental Illness in St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana.