Charles H. Brown, Ph.D.
Office Hours

UCOM 1016
 
Mon 1-2pm
 
Ph: (251) 460-6372
 
Charles H. Brown, Ph.D.
Professor
Psychobiology, Teaching of Psychology


 
Dr Brown is accepting graduate students for the 2018-2019 academic year
 
Research Interests
 
  • Sensation & perception
  • Communication disorders
  • Acoustics
  • Hearing
  • Laryngeal biomechanics
  • Vocal production
  • Animal behavior
  • Comparative and evolutionary psychology
  • Teaching of Psychology

PH.D. Michigan State University    1976
Psychobiology
M.S. Michigan State University       1973
Psychobiology
B.S. Western Michigan University  1969
Psychology
 

I am currently conducting comparative studies on the mechanics of sound production in primates. This work is focused on the evolution of speech and on developing better models of voice disorders. I also conduct research on the development of instructional methods for the teaching of psychology. I am currently collaborating with investigators at the University of Iowa, Princeton University, and the University of Utah.


Highlighted Research
 


Brown, C., Foster, J., Gordon, M. & Yates, M. (2015). Psychology: Science and Applications. Dubuque, IA: Great Rivers Technologies.

Brown, C. & Reide, T. (2017). Comparative Bioacoustics: An Overview. Bentham Science Publishers. Oak Park, IL. Brown, C. & Riede, T. (2017). An introduction to laryngeal biomechanics. Bentham Science Publishers, Oak Park, IL. Pp. 120-264.

Brown, C.H., & Waser, P. (2017). Primate Habitat Acoustics. In: Quam, R.M., Ramsier, M. A., Fay, R. R., Popper, A, N, (Eds.) Primate Hearing and Communication. Springer Handbook of Auditory Research Volume 63. Springer, New York. Pp. 70- 107.

Brown, C.H. (201?). Instructor’s Resources for Psychology: Science and Applications. Dubuque, IA: Great River Technologies. (Expected Fall 2018)

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