Department of Psychology

Betty Dorr - Detailed Bio

Betty Dorr's primary areas of academic expertise include: reproductive endocrinology and behavior of mammalian systems, evolutionary psychology, mating systems, and mate choice mechanisms and human sexuality. Dr. Dorr’s research currently investigates knowledge of ovulation and menstruation in humans and behavior changes that may occur due to this knowledge. Physiological psychology, Animal behavior, Psychological research methods, statistics, and the Psychology of Intuition are a few of the many classes taught by Dr. Dorr. Dr. Dorr also enjoys volunteering with the Colorado Division of Wildlife at the Durango Wildlife Museum.