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Charles Seltzer

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Hoffberger Science Building 103
410-337-6094
cseltzer@goucher.edu


Education

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


Recent Publications/Presentations/Performances

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.

Presentations

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.


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