Howard M. Reid
Campus Address: Classroom Building C314
Neuropsychology (especially issues related to lateralization, such as handedness, stuttering, creativity, and perception), History of Psychology and Learning/Memory.
Dr. Reid has a number of on-going research projects and he encourages students who are interested in conducting research to drop by his office to discuss opportunities to become involved in these studies or to explore their own research interests.
Courses Usually Taught
- PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology
- PSY 304 Learning
- PSY 306 Statistics
- PSY 321 Comparative Animal Behavior
- PSY 432 Motivation and Emotion
- PSY 441 Neuropsychology
- PSY 450 Research Methods in Psychology
- PSY 471 History and Systems
- PSY 472 Seminar
When not teaching or conducting research, Dr. Reid can be found serving on a variety of committees.