NORMAN E. KINNEY, PhD
Department of Psychology
Southeast Missouri State University
Psychology Computer Lab
UI300 Drugs & Behavior
PY366 Sensation and Perception
PY466 Introduction to Physiological Psychology
PY465 Motivation and Emotion
PY101 Psychological Perspectives on Human Behavior
PY571 Introduction to Behavioral Statistics
My primary area of research is in chemosensory physiology, especially the role of olfaction (sense of smell) in the formation of high fat/sugar food preference and conditioned taste (flavor) aversion. A more recent area of research is the alteration of spatial perception and aging in growth hormone-knockout mice.
PSYCHOLOGY COMPUTER LAB
There are currently openings for Psychology majors who would like to work as lab assistants via the Internship Program. These students will receive special training in computer software and hardware, including the construction of Web Pages, as well as get involved in classroom instruction of Computer Lab software. Interested Southeast students should apply to the Department Chairperson, or call Vickie at 651-2132.
To contact me, send E-mail to NKINNEY@SEMO.EDU
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