School of Social Sciences

Meghan Kahn Assistant Professor of Psychology School of Social Sciences Biography Dr. Meghan Kahn is assistant professor of psychology in the School of Social Sciences at IU Southeast. She joined the faculty in 2009 from Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio, where she had already distinguished herself through research and teaching in psychology and neuroscience. At IU Southeast she has developed undergraduate classes in psychology, research methods and statistics, behavioral neuroscience and more, while publishing widely in peer-reviewed journals in her area of concentration, such as the Journal of the Indiana Academy of the Social Sciences and the European Journal of Neuroscience among others. Her current laboratory research focuses on olfactory learning in homing pigeons, with direct relevance to memory impairments in humans, such as Alzheimers. Her work…


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