Gregory Burton's Home Page
Professor of Psychology
also Associate Dean of Arts and Sciences
Office: Fahy Hall, Room 118
Phone: (973) 761-7947
- B.A. 1985 - LaSalle University - Psychology/Computer Science
- Ph.D. 1990 - University of Connecticut - Experimental Psychology
- PSYC 1101: Introduction to Psychology
- PSYC 1311: Using Computers in Psychology
- PSYC 2311: Statistics
- PSYC 3213: Perception
- PSYC 3216: Motivation
- PSYC 3234: Cognitive Processes
- PSYC 3311: Experimental Psychology
- PSYC 5111: Seminar in Psychology
- Click the name of the file you need to download for Class
- ----test program for ambiguous figures experiment
- ----timing program
- ----backup program
- Click here to practice identifying independent variables.
- Haptic perception
- Locomotion without vision
- Evolution of perception
- Burton, G., & Cyr, J. (2004). Gap crossing decisions in the sighted and
visually impaired. Ecological Psychology, 16, 303-317.
- Burton, G. (2004). Parsimony and affordance: Response to Coss and Moore
(2002). Ecological Psychology, 16, 189-198.
- Burton, G. (2002). Successor states in a four-state ambiguous figure.
Bulletin and Review, 9, 292-297.
- Burton, G. (2001). How many systems make a global array?
Behavioral and Brain
Sciences, 24, 216-217.
- Burton, G. (2001). The tenacity of historical misinformation: Titchener did not invent the Titchener illusion.
History of Psychology, 4, 228-244.
- Burton, G., & Schmidt, R. C. (2001). Studies in Perception and Action VI. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
Seton Hall Psych Alumni Bulletin Board:
Alumni of the Psychology Department at Seton Hall: Have you gotten a new job? A promotion? Earned that degree? Gotten married or had a child? Or just want to keep in touch? Keep your fellow alumni up-to-date by sending your news to my e-mail address and I'll post the five most recent updates.
Mark Chae (94) earned his PhD from
Seton Hall and is now an Assistant Professor at William Paterson University.
Tommy Kot (96) defended his dissertation for a PhD in Clinical Psychology at Hofstra. His topic was Auditory Sensory Conditioning in Schizophrenia.
He has also published his first professional article:
Kot, T. &
Serper, M.R. (2002). Increased susceptibility to auditory sensory conditioning
in hallucinating schizophrenics: A preliminary investigation. Journal of
Nervous and Mental Diseases, 190, 282-288.
- Beth-Anne Petry (95) is now Beth-Anne Solak and earned her Masters' in Forensic Psychology in 1997.
- Kevin Brady (96) earned his Masters' Degree from Fairleigh Dickinson and is now working on his PsyD at Loyola (Maryland)
- Crista Trippodi (96) is now working at Memory Pharmaceuticals
- Roseanne Dattilo (93) earned a Masters' Degree in Psychology from Stevens Institutue and then her JD from NYU Law School. She is currently working as legal counsel for Caliente records.
- Jennifer Cyr (93) is working on her PhD at the Graduate School of Applied and Professional
Psychology at Rutgers.
Currently, Jennifer is employed as an Associate Manager, Measures and Metrics by
Bristol Myers Squibb, and recently gave birth to a son, Orion James, and was
co-author of an article in Ecological Psychology.
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last update: 7/2005