Behavioral Endocrinology Lab
Principle Investigator: Dr. Amanda Hahn
There are often research assistant positions available in the lab for students at HSU who are looking to gain some research experience. Research assistants may volunteer or speak to Dr Hahn about completing Psych 400-level units.
Students wishing to join the lab should fill out an application form. Students should be aware that volunteering in the lab can take up a substantial amount of time (~5-10 hours per week) and should be prepared to make that level of a commitment before applying. Only serious, responsible applicants, please.
The Behavioral Endocrinology Lab investigates a variety of topics relating to the neurobiological basis of human behavior. Current lab projects include:
-Social perceptions from facial cues
-Hormonal factors influencing parental behavior
-Responses to infants during pregnancy & post-partum
-Physiological indices of the stress response
-Testosterone, aggression & competition
Office: BSS 446
Current Graduate Students