Ph.D., 1996, Tulane University
Dr. Hebert is a behavioral neuroscientist with a background in neuroendocrinology and neuroanatomy. He coordinates and instructs lab courses in the Neuroscience Teaching Laboratory. These courses include contemporary research techniques in the behavioral neurosciences, including live animal models utilizing controlled substances and small animal surgery.
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.