Melvin Rouse

Melvin Rouse

Assistant Professor, Psychology

Melvin Rouse’s research looks at how hormones, the brain, and reproductive behavior interact. His lab uses songbirds as a model system. This model is unique in that it allows for the ability to study how gonadal hormones act to modulate patterns of learning and behavior, as well as how hormones affect the perception of behavior. These studies demonstrate the influence of the endocrine system on brain plasticity, learning, and social behavior. Rouse teaches in the areas of behavioral neuroscience, hormones and behavior, research methods and statistics, and comparative neuropsychology.

BS Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University 2004
MA Boston University 2005
Ph.D Johns Hopkins University Post-Baccalaureate Premed 2014
Hormones, Sex, Society, & Self CONN 354-A 2218
Guide Puget Sound GPS 100-I 2218
Introductory Psychology PSYC 101-B 2218
Behavioral Neuroscience PSYC 230-A 2218
Hormones, Sex, Society, & Self CONN 354-A 2224
Introductory Psychology PSYC 101-A 2224
Behavioral Neuroscience PSYC 230-A 2224

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