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Stephen Wurst

Associate Professor


Ph.D., New York University, 1989
MS, Villanova University, 1982
BA, Lebanon Valley College, 1980


Stephen Wurst, an experimental psychologist, investigates various topics in human visual processing. These topics include depth perception, visual persistence, short-term visual memory, and attention. He is also interested in applied research, such as human-computer interaction, and the effects of disability simulations.

Classes taught

PSY 100 - Introduction to Psychology
PSY 346 - Sport Psychology
PSY 401 - Perception