Faculty & Staff
- Substance Use
- Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders
- Elementary Science Education
Dr. Kehrberg teaches many biopsychology and experimental courses, including Physiological Psychology, Psychopharmacology, and Advanced Experimental Psychology. She is also an advisor for the Neuroscience Program where she teaches Cognitive Neuroscience and Topics in Neuroscience.
Her research examines the behavioral and neurological effects of developmental alcohol exposure as well as people's attitudes towards substance use during pregnancy. She enjoys working with undergraduate students in her lab, some of whom have been co-authors on conference presentations and a journal article.
She also enjoys introducing neuroscience to children though outreach assignments in the classroom and extracurricular activities including the annual Investigation Fair where Muskingum students introduce science to local elementary-aged students and their families.
Dr. Kehrberg is the faculty advisor for Psychology Club, Psi Chi, and Neuroscience Club.