Kayla De Lorme


Associate Professor in Psychological Science and Neuroscience

My scientific research interests span from cellular neuroscience to behavior within the field behavioral neuroendcrinology. One line of my research is looking at the effects of social interactions on neuronal function in the prefrontal cortex across adolescent development in rodents. Another line of research is investigating the contribution of estrogen to latent learning in female rats. My lab uses a variety of neuroscience research techniques such as immunohistochemistry, microscopy, and behavioral observation and quantification. 


B.A. Hamline University; M.A. and Ph.D. Michigan State University

Courses Taught

PSY-100 (General Psychology) and PSY-238 (Brain and Behavior)

Synonym Title Times Taught Terms Taught
PSY-100 General Psychology 13 2022/SP, 2021/SP, 2019/FA, 2019/SP, 2018/FA, 2018/SP, 2017/FA, 2015/SP, and 2014/FA
PSY-238 Brain and Behavior 11 2021/FA, 2020/SP, 2018/FA, 2016/SP, 2014/FA, and 2013/FA
PSY-225 Statistics and Research Methods II 6 2018/SP, 2017/SP, 2015/FA, 2015/SP, 2014/SP, and 2013/FA
PSY-345 Seminar Lab 3 2017/FA, 2015/FA, and 2014/SP
PSY-345 Seminar: Hormones and Behavior 3 2017/FA, 2015/FA, and 2014/SP
PSY-244 ST:Sex, Gender 2 2021/SP and 2019/SP
PSY-385 Neuroscience Capstone 2 2017/SP and 2016/SP
PSY-389 Directed Research I 1 2021/FA
PSY-390 Directed Research II 1 2021/FA
PSY-344 AT:Hormones & Beh Lab 1 2019/FA
PSY-344 AT:Hormones & Behavior 1 2019/FA
PSY-207 Soc & Adolescent Brain 1 2018/JN