Ingestive Behavior

Research in Psychological Sciences at Purdue focuses on the ways in which physiological, nutritional, developmental, genetic, sensory, experiential, and psychological factors are associated with appetitive and consummatory behaviors in human and nonhuman animal models.

Faculty

The following faculty have research interest and expertise in the area of ingestive behavior:

Sample Courses

PSY322000 - Neuroscience of Motivated Behavior

PSY591000- Eating Disorders

 

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