Staff profile

Brian Rundle

Visiting Assistant Professor


460 Mahar

Office hours

by appointment


Brian Rundle's research interests are evolutionary behavior, antisocial behavior, and psychophysiology. His previous research has centered on the relationship between certain psychopathic traits and contagious yawning. Additionally, he has investigated pharmacological intervention with impulsive and explosive aggressive populations as well as in-patient rehab individuals. Additional areas of interest are primate behavior, effects of nutrition on mental health, and philosophy.


Ph.D., Baylor University, 2017
MA, Baylor University 2014
BA, Baylor University, 2009

Classes taught

PSY 290 - Research Methods
PSY 303 - Biopsychology
PSY 350 - Abnormal Psychology