Ph.D., 1996, Tulane University
Co-Chair: Undergraduate Curriculum Committee
Phone: (504) 862-8331
3037 Percival Stern Hall
Dr. Hebert is a behavioral neuroscientist with interests in hormones and behavior.
Collins, J. and Hebert, T. (2008) Race and Gender Images in Psychology Textbooks, Race, Gender, and Class, Vol. 15, 300-307.
Hebert, T., and Hammer, E., Eds. A Potpourri in Psychology: and Others (2006) Race, Gender, and Class, 13, 1-167.
Hebert, T., Menard, C., & Dohanich, G. (1995) Inhibition of lordosis in female hamsters and rats by 8-OH-DPAT treatment, Physiology and Behavior, 57, 523-527.
Menard, C., Hebert, T., Dohanich, G., & Harlan, R. (1995) Androgenic-anabolic rteroids reduce b-endorphin immunoreactivity in the arcuate rucleus of the rat brain, Brain Research, 669, 255-262.
Hebert, T., Cashion, M., & Dohanich, G. (1994) The effects of hormonal treatment and history on scopolamine inhibition of lordosis, Physiology and Behavior, 56, 835-839.
Menard, C., Hebert, T., Ross, S., & Dohanich, G. (1992) The effect of estrogen treatment on scopolamine inhibition of lordosis, Hormones and Behavior, 26, 364-374.
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