UCISA award

Welcome to the award winning SALMON web site which contains web-based material developed by Dr Paul Kenyon to support undergraduate psychology students studying evolutionary psychology, the biological bases of behaviour and psychobiology.

SALMON won the 1998 Universities and Colleges Information Systems Association (UCISA) Teaching and Learning Award for demonstrating innovative or exemplary use of the Web and was a finalist at EASA98 held at the University of Oxford in September 1998.

SALMON was an EASA98 Finalist

Paul Kenyon

Paul Kenyon graduated from Queens University Belfast in 1969 with a B.Sc. (Hons) in Psychology. In 1976 he was awarded a Ph.D. by the University of Reading. He lectured in the Department of Psychology, University of Plymouth from 1973 to 2006. He has published papers in psychopharmacology, psychoteratology and physiological psychology. Here is a list of his research publications.

Paul has recently taken early retirement and devotes more time than is reasonable to his lifelong love of all things associated with trout and rivers. He and his colleague Geoff Stephens now operate Fly Fishing Devon which offers fly fishing instruction and guiding on Dartmoor and in Souh Devon.


Evolutionary Psychology
mate choice

Animal Behaviour
Depression and Schizophrenia
Stress and Anxiety
anxiety snake obsessive handwashing
Sex, Gender and Maternal Behaviours
female stereotype male stereotype undifferentiated genitalia
Drug Dependence and Food Intake
drug enforcement party mealtime sumo wrestler
Neurotransmitters and Neurotransmission

nerve synapse nerve synapse amphetamine

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