Dr. Tomlin has been teaching in the UCCS Psychology Department since 2014. Prior to joining the department, he was a postdoctoral associate at Princeton University. His research focuses on how groups of individuals make decisions, and how the human brain is influenced by the behavior of other individuals.
PhD, Neuroscience, Baylor College of Medicine
BSE, Vanderbilt University
Areas of Interest
Decision-making, Social Cognition, Neuroimaging, Behavioral Economics and Neuroeconomics
Dr. Tomlin has taught undergraduate courses in Biopsychology, Personality Theory, and Cognitive Neuroscience. He has also taught graduate courses in Cognitive Neuroscience, Neuroimaging Analysis, and MATLAB Programming.
PSY 1000 - General Psychology
PSY 3240 - Theories of Personality
PSY 3270 - Introduction to Biopsychology
PSY 4440 - Psychology of Drugs and Behavior
Online Teaching Certification, UCCS
Visiting Scholar, University of Colorado, Boulder, 2013-2014
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Princeton University, 2006-2013
Psychological Society of the Pikes Peak Region