Assistant Professor of Psychology
Hoffberger Science Building 103
B.A., University of Akron, 1984
M.S., Northeast Louisiana University, 1987
Ph.D. Memphis State University, 1992
Areas of Scholarly Expertise and Interest
Neural Correlates of Learning and Memory - Exploratory Behavior, Psychopharmacology - Biological Psychology
Seltzer, C. P. (1997). Investigation and the Internet. In Ratner, Forsythe and Grose. Human factors and web development. Earlbaum: Nahwah, N.J.
Renner, M. J., & Seltzer, C. P. (1994). Sequential structure in behavioral components of object investigations by Long-Evans rats. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 108, 81-91.
Dodson, D. L., Stafford, D. S., Forsythe, C. F., Seltzer, C. P., & Ward, J. P. (1992). Laterality in quadrupedal and bipedal prosimians: Reach and whole-body turning in the mouse lemur (Microcebus murinus) and the galago (Galago moholi). American Journal of Primatology, 26, 191-202.
Renner, M. J., & Seltzer, C. P. (1991). Molar characteristics of exploratory and investigatory behavior in the rat (Rattus norvegicus).Journal of Comparative Psychology, 105, 326-339.
Seltzer, C. P., Forsythe, C., & Ward, J. P. (1989). Multiple measures of motor lateralization in human primates (Homo sapiens). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 104, 159-166.
Renner, M. J., & Seltzer, C. P. (1989). Descriptive studies of exploratory behavior in the rat: Interbout structure during object investigation. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 28, 513.
Seltzer, C. P., & Renner, M. J. (1998, May). The use of behavioral grammars as measure of learning and memory. Poster presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Society. Washington, DC.
Seltzer, C. P., & Renner, M. J. (1991, April).Behavioral sequences in object investigation in rats. Poster presented at the Graduate Research Forum, Memphis State University. Memphis, TN
Renner, M. J., & Seltzer, C. P. (1991, June).Behavioral grammars used in object investigation by Long-Evans rats. Poster presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Society. Washington, DC.