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Faculty profile

Stephen Wurst

Associate Professor

465A Mahar

Office hours

Monday 10:10-10:45 am
Tuesday, Thursday 1-2 pm

Stephen Wurst


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.


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

Classes taught

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