John Neuhoff

Professor of Psychology/Neuroscience

Phone: 330-263-2475
Office Address: 112 Morgan

Degrees:

  • B.A., Baldwin-Wallace College
  • M.A., Kent State University
  • Ph.D., Kent State University

Courses Taught:

  • PSYC 100: Introduction to Psychology
  • PSYC 235: Evolutionary Psychology
  • PSYC 250: Statistics and Experimental Design
  • PSYC 315: Music and Speech Perception
  • PSYC 335: Perception and Action

Recent I.S. Theses Supervised:

2017
Rachel Castle
Why the Long Face? The Effects of Performers’ Facial Expressions on Emotion Perception in Music

Jalen Lee
The Influence of Looming Sounds on Global and Local Processing

Andrew Merriam
The Effects of Income on Amazon MTURK Workers Consumer Style Inventory Orientations

Matthew Rossi
This is Impossible, How Am I Suppposed to Beat This?!: Analyzing the Effects of Difficulty Over Violence in Video Games on Players’ Aggression

2016
Padraic Bonds
Should We Visit our Therapists More Often?: Understanding Psychotherapy as a Maintenance rather than a Last Resort Solution to a Problem

Christian Golden
Does Physical Fitness Influence One’s Perception of the Velocity of Looming Sounds?

Mark Hager
The Effects of a Brief Mindfulness Induction on Empathy in an Auditory Modality

Hannah Niedermaier
Bullying: Identifying, Intervening and Educating

Kristyn Swanson
The Effect of Attachment Style on Auditory Looming Perception