Todd Hancock Ahern
Assistant Professor of Psychology
BA, Oberlin College; PhD, Emory Univ.
Buckman Center 116C
|PS 101||(UC) Introduction to Psychology
Summer 2 2015|
|PS 252||Physiological Psychology
I am an Assistant Professor of Psychology and Behavioral Neuroscience at Quinnipiac University. I have been at Quinnipiac since the Fall of 2011, during which time I have taught courses in Physiological Psychology, Psychology Methods, Drugs, Brains, and Behavior, as well as Introduction to Psychology. As a neuroscientist, I study the neurobiology of social behavior.
Introduction to Psychology (PS101), Physiological Psychology (PS252), Psychology Methods I (PS307), Drugs, Brains, and Behavior (PS357)
Significant Administrative Duties
Honors & Awards
How early life social environment influences long-term social behavior – particularly family dynamics, sex differences, and sociality, and how they interact to produce behavioral variation.