Gregory Burton, Ph.D.
Professor of Psychology and Associate Provost
Department of Psychology
Dr. Gregory Burton's research focuses on the psychology of perception, particularly haptic (active touch). He has produced some publications in optical illusions and the history of psychology. Additional interests include the psychology of music and the interaction of morality and psychology.
- Ph.D., University of Connecticut, 1990
- M.A., University of Connecticut, 1990
- B.A., LaSalle University, 1985
"Movements of the cane prior to locomotion judgments: The informer fallacy and the training fallacy vs the role of exploration." (Book Chapter)
In Olexiy Y. Chebykin, Gregory Z. Bedny & Waldemar Karwowski (Eds.), Ergonomics and Psychology: Developments in Theory and Practice, New York: CRC Press, 267- 302, April 2008.
"Parsimony and affordance: Response to Coss and Moore (2002)." Ecological Psychology, 16(3), 189- 198, May 2004.
"Successor states in a four-state ambiguous figure." Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 9(2), 292- 297, May 2002.
"How many systems make a global array?" Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 24, 216- 217, May 2001.
"A curriculum matrix for Psychology program review." Teaching of Psychology, 26(4), 291- 294, August 1999.