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  • Stuart McCaughey, Assistant Professor - Teaching

    Assistant Professor - Teaching
    University of Delaware
    431 Wolf Hall
    Newark, DE 19716
    302-831-0361

    Biography

    ​Dr. McCaughey is especially interested in how the sense of taste guides feeding behavior.  He has studied this issue in rodents, with in-depth explorations of individual differences in sweetener preferences and need-based appetites for sodium and calcium.  He has also taught neuroanatomy and is interested in both normal brain function and the consequences of neuronal injury, and he has mentored students in how to conduct scientific research.

    Degrees

    ​Ph.D., University of Delaware

    Courses Reguarly Taught

    ​PSYC314 - Brain and Behavior

    NSCI320 - Introduction to Neuroscience

 

 

 

 

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