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Jonathan Vaughan Ph.D.

The James L. Ferguson Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience

Contact: jvaughan@hamilton.edu

Vaughan’s research interests, funded by grants from the National Institutes of Health and NSF, focus on the selection of motor movements such as grasping, tapping, and reaching around obstacles; eye movements and attentional processes; and learning theory and its application with children with autism.

Vaughan and his Hamilton colleague Penny Yee have collaborated in facilitating the use of computer applications for teaching and research in cognitive psychology.

Vaughan is the past editor of Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, and Computers, published by the Psychonomic Society, and co-author (with David Rosenbaum and Brad Wyble, of Pennsylvania State University) of MATLAB For Behavioral Scientists, second edition (2014).

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