Faculty Profile

Anthony Rauhut

Associate Professor of Psychology (2002)

Contact Information


James Hall - Rector Complex Room 1219


Professor Rauhut's program of research involves using animal models to understand the behavioral and neurobiological mechanisms underlying the comorbidity of depression and drug dependence.


  • B.A., St. Louis University, 1993
  • Ph.D., University of Massachusetts-Amherst, 1999

2015-2016 Academic Year

Fall 2015

PSYC 202 Analysis of Psychological Data
Completion of both PSYC 201 and PSYC 202 fulfills the WR Requirement.

PSYC 410 Seminar in Learning Theory
Elementary principles govern simple and complex human behavior. This seminar examines how such principles help us understand both typical, everyday behaviors (e.g., eating) and atypical or maladaptive behaviors (e.g., drug abuse). Formal theories of learning also are discussed. Prerequisites: 201 and 202.

Spring 2016

PSYC 315 Rsch Meth in Drugs & Behavior
This integrated lecture-laboratory course will review the mechanisms by which various classes of drugs (e.g., antidepressants) interact with the central nervous system to alter behavior. In the laboratory component, methodologies employed by behavioral pharmacologists to study the effects of drugs on behavior will be reviewed. Several hands-on projects will be conducted throughout the semester. Three hours of lecture will be complemented by three hours of laboratory a week.Prerequisites: PSYC 110, 125, 130 or 165 and PSYC 201 and 202, or BIOL 124, PSYC 125 and NRSC 200.