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Glenn Scheyd, Ph.D.

Glenn Scheyd Assistant Director scheydjr@nova.edu

College of Psychology
Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
http://psychology.nova.edu/faculty/profile/scheyd.html

Honors Courses
PSYC 2110H Human Sexuality Honors
HONR 2000Z Riders on the Storm: Critical Thinking and the Four Horsemen of Modern Atheism

Honors Engagement

  • Honors Faculty Coordinating Committee
  • Attends Honors College events

Research Focus

  • Evolutionary psychology
  • Human mate selection
  • Individual differences in attractiveness perception
  • Intrasexual competition

Education

  • Ph.D. University of New Mexico
  • M.S. University of New Mexico
  • B.A. University of Texas

Glenn Scheyd earned his Ph.D. in evolutionary psychology. His research focuses on individual differences and contextual factors that influence the perception of human physical attractiveness. In addition to teaching courses such as evolutionary psychology and human sexuality, Scheyd serves on the Honors Faculty Coordinating Committee and attends program banquets, inductions, trivia night, kayaking, and theatre trips.

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