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Woods received his bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of
Wyoming and his master's and Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology from the University
of Florida. Woods' graduate work was in the area of visual perception. He
is presently Associate Professor of Psychology at Austin Peay State University
in Clarksville, TN.
Woods is a strong believer in the importance of undergraduate research experiences, which he works hard to support. He has received grants from the National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation to help support undergraduate research activities. Additionally, he writes a great deal of software for use in class demonstrations, lab course experiments, and independent student research projects.
Away from campus Woods is a cycling enthusiast. He is fond of one-day club rides, weeklong state tours, and one summer rode coast to coast from San Francisco to Maine. He has recently decided to try his hand at restoring vintage racing bicycles.
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|John Krantz did his undergraduate work at St. Andrews Presbyterian College and his graduate work at the University of Florida. While at the University of Florida he received a National Science Foundation Fellowship. Since graduate school he has worked in industry at Honeywell where he worked on the visual factors related to cockpit displays in commercial aircraft. In 1990, he returned to academia taking a position at Hanover College. He has done research in vision, human factors and the use of the web as a medium for psychological research. He has been the program chair (1996) and president (1999) of the Society for Computers in Psychology. He has also been a faculty associate for The Psychology Place developing both interactive learning activities and their best of the web listing. In addition he has been elected a member of the Guild of Scholars of the Episcopal Church. His current research is in modeling of the activity of the retina and he is writing a textbook in Sensation and Perception.||
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