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Psych 306 (Human Sexual Behavior)--enrollment of 600+ per semester
ProfileAfter earning my doctorate at the University of Chicago in 1978, I served in the Department of Psychology at the University of New Orleans for 29 years. As a result of Hurricane Katrina, I moved to Clemson University in 2007. In addition to my research publications, I have a textbook in human sexuality (Human Sexuality Today, 8th edition) with Pearson Education and another textbook (Statistical Reasoning in the Behavioral Sciences, 6th edition) with John Wiley & Sons.
(1) Feeding behavior and body weight. This includes basic physiological research with animals as well as studies that examine the role of the environment in the development of human obesity.
Pankey, E. A., Shurley, M. R., & King, B. M. (2008). A re-examination of septal lesion-induced weight gain in female rats. Physiology & Behavior, 93, 8-12.