Forrest Toegel

Contigent Assistant Professor

Ph.D., West Virginia University

WSTN 1119

Office Hours: M 10-11, W 12-1 and by appointment

Forrest Toegel earned his Ph.D. from West Virginia University in 2018 and currently holds positions as an Adjunct Assistant Professor and Researcher at Northern Michigan University and a Postdoctoral Fellow at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.  He has broad teaching interests within Behavior Analysis and Experimental Psychology and will be teaching courses in research methods (ABA 502) and behaviorism (ABA 320) in Fall 2021.  His research focuses on understanding and addressing behavior that is often characterized as problematic such as drug addiction, relapse, and failures in self-control.  When not in the lab, Forrest can be found hiking with his wife, Cory, and his dog, Teddy, playing the guitar, and trying desperately to baby-proof his new house.

To learn more about research in the Toegel Lab, visit the lab website.

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