Lecturers at the Jefferson Educational Society

Rodney Clark
Professor, Allegheny College

Rodney Clark, Ph.D., has been a Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience at Allegheny College since 1990. Where he teaches a variety of classes focused on behavioral and drug psychology including Drugs and Society, Verbal Behavior, and Introduction to Behavioral Pharmacology. His research in behavioral pharmacology focuses on three primary areas: drug interactions and motivative variables; the behavioral pharmacology of the antimalarial drug Mefloquine; and the respondent condition of endogenous opioid systems in immune function. Dr. Clark received his Ph.D in Behavioral Pharmacology from Western Michigan University and his Bachelor's Degree in Research and Experimental Psychology from California State University, Long Beach.