Humboldt State University

Department of Psychology

Amanda Hahn

Assistant Professor
707.826.3679
amanda.hahn@humboldt.edu
BSS #446
Office Hours: 
Wed 1:00-3:00pm, Thurs 11:00am-noon & by appt

Dr. Hahn received her PhD in psychology & neuroscience from the University of St Andrews in 2013, where she worked with Dr Dave Perrett in the Perception Lab. She received her undergraduate degrees in biology and psychology from the University of California, Irvine. She completed a post-doctoral fellowship investigating the psychological effects of hormonal contraceptives in the Face Lab with Drs. Ben Jones and Lisa DeBruine at the University of Glasgow, Scotland. Dr. Hahn is currently an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Humboldt State University, serves as the book editor for Human Ethology Bulletin, and is an affiliate member of the Face Lab at the University of Glasgow.

Research Interests
Dr Hahn's research focuses on the neurobiological basis of human behavior and social perceptions, with a particular emphasis on how hormones regulate responses to infant cues.

Courses Taught at HSU
Psyc 321 - Introductory Behavioral Neuroscience
Psyc 325L - Advanced Behavioral Neuroscience
Psyc 411 - Social Neuroscience
Psyc 487 - Evolutionary Psychology
Psyc 511 - Social Neuroscience (Graduate)
Psyc 625 - Advanced Psychobiology (Graduate)