Assistant Professor
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Campbell Hall 415
(205) 934-3850

Research Interests: The visual processing of motion (specifically the interaction between types of motion: foreground, background, 1st order, 2nd order), conscious vs. unconscious processing, philosophy of mind
John Gampher
Teaching Interests:
 Sensory processing, neuroscience, philosophy of science, and the application of modern psychological research to business and law

Office Hours: By appointment

Education:
  • BS, Florida State University
  • PhD, University of Alabama at Birmingham

  • Gampher, J.E., & Gamlin, P.D.R. (2004) The influence of Induced Motion on the Perception and Tracking of a Moving Target. Program No. 994.13, Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 2004.
  • Gampher, J.E, & Gamlin, P. (2003). The Duncker illusion affects the perception of targets moving in depth. Journal of Vision, 3(9), 860a.
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