At FSU since 2012.
Dr. Timothy Moore is a Professor and he currently serves as the Chair of the Department of Psychology at Fayetteville State University.
Dr. Moore earned his B.S. in Psychology from Lincoln University in PA, and a M.S. and Ph.D. in Physiological Psychology from Howard University in Washington, DC. He has studied the neural mechanisms associated with social behavior as a research model using hamsters. Specifically, he has investigated the effects of neuropeptides, steroids and stress hormones on dominant and subordinate behavior. His specialty areas in teaching include Biological Psychology and African-Centered Psychology. In addition, Dr. Moore is a 2009 U.S. Fulbright Scholar, and he has conducted research and taught African-Centered Psychology in Salvador, Brazil. He has a wide range of publications in the biomedical field as well as socially-oriented research.
Moore, T.O. (2007). Implementing Brain-Based Learning to Enhance Student Performance.Network: A Journal of Faculty Development (Online). www.nyu.edu/frn
Moore, T.O. and Karom, M. (2006). A soy-free diet can lower testosterone levels in male hamsters: Implications for aggression research. In F.J. Chen (Ed.), Trends in Brain Research (pp. 133-143). New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.
Moore, T.O. (2005). A Fanonian Perspective on Double Consciousness. The Journal of Black Studies, 35(6), 751-762, July.
The SpiderFly Proverbs: A Practical Guide for Loving Relationships. (2012). T.O. Moore.Redan, GA: Zamani Press.
Clue Seeker: A Journey Back Through Time to Search for an Identity. (2007). T.O. Moore.Philadelphia, PA: Xlibris Press.
Why Darkness Matters: The Power of Melanin in the Brain.(2005). Edited by E. Bynum, H. Adams, A. Brown, R. King and T.O. Moore. Chicago, IL: African American Images.