Linda Walsh

Department of Psychology
Faculty - Associate Professor of Psychology

Area

Biopsychology, Teaching of Psychology

Degrees

Ph.D. University of Chicago

Research Interests

Teaching of psychology

Service

First Year Council, Psychology-Teaching Advisor and Teacher Education Liaison, Participant Pool Coordinator; Iowa Teachers of Psychology Conference Steering Committee; Council of Undergraduate Psychology Programs Midwest Coordinator

Selected Publications

Walsh, L. L. (2006) Alternative Master’s Degree Programs for Psychology Majors. Eye on Psi Chi, Fall, 21-23.

Walsh, L. L. (2005). An eye opening experience: Preparing to teach a student without vision. National Teaching and Learning Forum, 14(3), 8-10.

Walsh, L. L. (2003). First semester regrets: Unavoidable? National Teaching and Learning Forum, 12(5), 4-6.

Walsh, L. L. (2003). College success tips from more experienced classmates in Intro to Psych. Part 2 of the previous article, published in the online version of National Teaching and Learning Forum, 12(3).

Walsh, L. L. (1999). A guided websearch on Alzheimer's Disease: Instructor's guide. 

Walsh, L. L. (1998). I'm here to help! Come see me, email me: Making connections with freshmen in large lecture classes. National Teaching and Learning Forum, 8(1), 7-8..

Walsh, L. L. (1998). Student feedback on professor's TLC and other supplemental materials. Part 2 of the previous article, is published in the online version of National Teaching and Learning Forum, 8(1)..

Walsh, L. L. (1997). Then and now: Obsessive-compulsive disorder. Interactions, 4, 2-3 and 13-14.

Walsh, L. L. (1994). Getting to know you: Breaking the ice on the first day of class. National Teaching & Learning Forum, 3(4): 9-10.

Walsh, L. L. (1993). "I don't like it: I never tried it" in young adults. First International Multidisciplinary Conference on Food Choice. Appetite, 20: 147, 1993.

Walsh, L. L. (1982). Strain and sex differences in mouse killing by rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 96(2), 278-283.

Walsh, L. L. (1982). Regulation of water intake: Importance of genotype. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 5(2), 274-276.

Walsh, L. L. (1980). Differences in food, water, and food-deprivation water intake in 16 stains of rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 94(4), 775-781.

Walsh, L. L. & Grossman, S. P. (1978). Dissociation of responses to extracellular thirst stimuli following zona incerta lesions. Pharmacology, Biochemistry & Behavior, 8(4), 409-415.

Walsh, L. L., Halaris, A. E., Grossman, L. & Grossman, S. P. (1977). Some biochemical effects of zona incerta lesions that interfere with the regulation of water intake. Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior, 7(4), 351-356.

Walsh, L. L. & Grossman, S. P. (1977). Electrolytic lesions and knife cuts in the region of the zona incerta impair sodium appetite. Physiology and Behavior, 18(4), 587-596.

Walsh, L. L. & Grossman, S. P. (1976). Zona incerta lesions impair osmotic but not hypovolemic thirst. Physiology and Behavior, 16(2), 211-215.

Grossman, S. P., Grossman, L. & Walsh, L. L. (1975). Functional organization of the rat amygdala with respect to avoidance behavior. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Behavior, 88(2), 829-850.

Walsh, L. L. & Grossman, S. P. (1973). Zona incerta lesions: Disruption of water intake. Physiology and Behavior, 11(6), 885-887.

Ross, J. F., Walsh, L. L. & Grossman, S. P. (1973). Some behavioral effects of entorhinal cortex lesions in the albino rat. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Behavior, 85(1), 70-81.

Grossman, S. P., Grossman, L. & Walsh, L. L. (1975). Functional organization of the rat amygdala with respect to avoidance behavior. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Behavior, 88(2), 829-850.


Courses Taught

Introduction to Psychology

Biopsychology

Drugs and Individual Behavior

Introduction to Neurology

Office

Bartlett 1075

Phone

319-273-2690

Email

linda.walsh@uni.edu