401 W. Kennedy Blvd.
Tampa, FL 33606
Education: 1992 University of South Florida, B.A.
1998 University of South Florida, M.A.
2004 University of South Florida, Ph.D.
Courses Taught: General Psychology
Fundamentals of Biopsychology and Learning
Statistics and Research Methods I
Career Specialties: Scott Husband’s primary field of study is behavioral neuroscience with an emphasis on comparative neuroanatomy and cognition. He has studied higher-level visual processing, the role of dopamine in attention, and dopamine-hormone interactions in various species of birds.
His research goals are to contribute to the understanding of how neural circuits and neurochemistry contribute to complex perception and cognition, and to investigate brain evolution by studying the brain and the behavior of non-mammalian species.
Professional and Community Activities: Husband has published research in several scientific journals, including Brain Research, the Journal of Comparative Neurology, and Nature Reviews Neuroscience. He has presented his work at several international scientific conferences, including the Society for Neuroscience and the International Conference on Comparative Cognition.
He is a member of several scientific societies, including the Association for Psychological Science, the Society for Neuroscience, Comparative Cognition Society (Animal Cognition), and the J.B. Johnston Club (Comparative and Evolutionary Neurobiology).
He is establishing a histology laboratory in the psychology department to continue his research and involve students in learning neuroscience techniques.