Kenneth King

Kenneth R. King

Associate Professor

Edwards Center

4130E EDWARDS 1

A&S Psych Emeriti - 0376

Professional Summary


Kenneth King is a psychobiologist with a particular interest in how small primitive areas in lower brain regions exert great influence over higher mental functions. In addition to Introductory Psychology and Statistics/Methods, his courses include Psychobiology, Psychopharmacology, Brains on Drugs, and Broken Brains.

Positions and Work Experience

08-01-1974 -07-31-1980 Assistant Professor, Taught biopsychology, statistics, introductory psychology and seminars, Allegheny College, Meadville, PA

08-01-1980 -07-31-1986 Associate Professor, Taught biopsychology, statistics, methods, introductory, neuropsychology, Kenyon College, Gambier, OH

08-01-1986 -07-31-1990 Cardiac Specialist, Instructed physicians in use of advanced cardiac equipment for use in catheterizations laboratories., Siemens Medical Systems, Chicago, IL

08-01-1990 -01-31-1999 Account Executive, In charge of imaging (MRI, CT PET) sales to hospitals., Siemens Medical Systems, Cincinnati, OH

01-03-2000 - Field Service Associate Professor, Teaching biopsychology, statistics, methods, introductory, and associated brain courses, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

Research and Practice Interests

I am a biopsychologist with past research in fields of hunger motivation and pain perception. My current Associate Professor Educator position does not involve a research program.

Research Support

Grant: #84-66 06-01-1985 National Science Foundation College Science Instrumentation Program 20,000 Type:Grant

Presentations

Lecture

K. King (BAD DATE. ) The Human brain Project .3230 Rec Ctr. UC. Level:Department

K. King (10-30-2014. ) The Magic of Face to Face .TUC 417. UC. Level:College

K. King (10-14-0143. ) How are you going to get what you want? .Rec Ctr 3200. UC. Level:University

K. King (03-03-2014. ) Biological aspects of Psychology .McMicken Hall. UC. Level:College

K. King (02-13-2014. ) Hallucinations .608 Swift. UC. Level:College

K. King (09-30-2015. ) The Neurobiology of "Trusting your gut" .800 Swift. UC.

K. King (10-01-2015. ) Techniques for advancing your career .Swift 800. UC. Level:Department

K. King (10-05-2015. ) How to maximize your time at UC .4622 French West. UC. Level:Department

K. King (09-21-2015. ) How to maximize your time at UC .Rm 270 60 West Charlton. UC. Level:College

(09-08-2015. ) How to maximize your time at UC .2225 French West. UC. Level:College

K. King (02-06-2015. ) How to Maximize your time at UC .Baldwin 750. UC. Level:College

K. King (10-20-2015. ) Plasticity in human nervous system .500 Swift. UC. Level:Department

Honors and Awards

2011 -2012 A. B Cohen Award for Excellence in Teaching. Shared with one other person, the award is for top teacher at the University. Presented in May, 2012. Also, honored a second time in December, 2012 at the Greater Cincinnati Consortium of Colleges (ceremony at Xavier University). Endowed trust Status:Recipient Level:University Type:Recognition

04-04-2013 -04-04-2013 Darwin T Turner Breakfast of Champions Nominated by two Turner Scholars to attend annual award breakfast--in recognition of teaching excellence. Status:Recipient Level:University Type:Recognition

01-01-2014 -10-10-2014 Cohen Award for Excellence in Teaching Nominated for Cohen Award but opted not to pursue because I have won the award before and am now chairing the committee to select the winners. Status:Nomination Level:University Type:Recognition

Service

University Psychology Club Other Type:Service to Student Groups Level:University 09-23-2010

Psychology Learning Community Other Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-23-2009 -06-06-2010

(Grievance Committee ) Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 01-01-2011 -12-31-2011

(IRB ) Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-01-2011 -12-31-2011

(Freshman book discussion leaders ) Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 08-01-2011 -09-22-2011

Online Evaluations Coordinator Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 2011 -2012

IRB Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 2011 -2012

(IRB ) Committee Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 01-01-2013 -12-31-2013

(Teaching Evaluations ) Committee Chair Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 01-01-2013 -12-31-2013

(Graduate Teaching ) Faculty Coordinator Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 08-21-2013 -12-31-2013

(Cohen-Barbour Committee ) Committee Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 01-01-2013 -12-31-2013

(Cohen-Barbour Awards ) Committee Chair Type:University/College Service Level:University 05-01-2014 -04-30-2015

Institutional Review Board (IRB ) Committee Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 08-01-2012 -07-31-2015

Graduate student teachers (Teaching supervisor ) Mentor Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 08-20-2013 -04-30-2014

Psych Dept (Faculty Search Committee ) Committee Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 06-01-2015 -08-01-2015

Psych Dept (Faculty Teaching Peer review ) Mentor Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 11-12-2015 -11-19-2015

Psych dept (Course Evaluations ) Representative Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 01-01-2015 -12-31-2015

Psych Dept (Teaching mentorship ) Committee Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 10-12-2015

Psych dept (Fund raising ) Committee Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 08-21-2015 -12-31-2015

IRB (IRB committee ) Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 01-01-2015 -08-21-2015

Post Graduate Training and Education

09-1969-11-1974 Ph.D., Training and research in biopsychology and animal behavior. Side interests in neuroanatomy and surgery., State University of New York, , Buffalo, NY

Keywords

Biopsychology, psychopharmacology SUNY/Buffalo

Courses Taught

15-PSYC-101 INTRO PSYCH (EXP) Level:Undergraduate

15-PSYC-201 INTRO METH & STAT Level:Undergraduate

15-PSYC-322 BRAIN DEVELOPMENT Level:Undergraduate

15-PSYC-274 INTRO TO STAT MTHDS Level:Undergraduate

15-PSYC-275 INTERMED PSYCH STAT Level:Undergraduate

15-PSYC-101 INTRO PSYCH (EXP) Level:Undergraduate

15-PSYC-275 INTERMED PSYCH STAT Level:Undergraduate

15-PSYC-326 BROKEN BRAINS Level:Undergraduate

15-PSYC-322 BRAIN DEVELOPMENT Level:Undergraduate

15-PSYC-274 INTRO TO STAT MTHDS Level:Undergraduate

15-PSYC-275 INTERMED PSYCH STAT Level:Undergraduate

15-PSYC-326 BROKEN BRAINS

15-PSYC-362 BRAINS ON DRUGS Level:Undergraduate

15-PSYC-202 INTRMED METH & STAT Level:Undergraduate

15-PSYC-793 PSYCHOPHARMOCOLOGY Level:Both

15-PSYC-318 FUNCT NEUROANATOMY Level:Undergraduate

15-PSYC-201 INTRO METH & STAT Level:Undergraduate

15-PSYC-202 INTRMED METH & STAT Level:Undergraduate

15-PSYC-362 BRAINS ON DRUGS Level:Undergraduate

15-PSYC-202 INTRMED METH & STAT Level:Undergraduate

15-PSYC-270 PSYCHOBIOLOGY Level:Undergraduate

15-PSYC-793 PSYCHOPHARMOCOLOGY Level:Both

Research Methods and statistics Level:Undergraduate

Psychobiology Level:Undergraduate

Functional Neuroanatomy Level:Undergraduate

15 PSYC Brains on Drugs Level:Undergraduate

15 PSYC Broken Brains Level:Undergraduate

15-PSYC Psychopharmacology Level:Both

Statistics & Research Methods Level:Undergraduate

Statistics & Research Methods Level:Undergraduate

Psychobiology Level:Undergraduate

Functional Neuroanatomy

-PSYC-2002C RES METH & STATS II Level:Undergraduate

-PSYC-3062 BRAINS ON DRUGS Level:Undergraduate

-PSYC-3026 BROKEN BRAINS Level:Undergraduate

-PSYC-2002C RES METH & STATS II Level:Undergraduate

-PSYC-1001 INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY Level:Undergraduate

-PSYC-2070 PSYCHOBIOLOGY Level:Undergraduate

-PSYC-3024 FUNCTIONAL NEURO Level:Undergraduate

-PSYC-1001 INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY Level:Undergraduate

-PSYC-2001C RES METH & STATS I Level:Undergraduate

-PSYC-3024 FUNCTIONAL NEURO Level:Undergraduate

Faculty Development Activities

08-19-2014 -08-19-2014 Teaching & Learning in New Bb Environment Instruction in using new software, FTRC Langsam Library 425 Type:Workshop