Dr. Chad Duncan Assistant Professor of Psychology
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Dr. Duncan's Homepage

Hello and welcome to my homepage.  I am a sixth year Assistant Professor in the Psychology Department here at the University of Rio Grande, and I also serve as the Program Coordinator and Psychology Club Advisor. I earned my doctoral degree from the University of Nevada, Reno where I studied visual perception.  My research focuses on the neural underpinnings of visual processing, including color vision and visual anomalies such as illusions.  My specific goal is to understand how the brain is able to take in information from the world around us and use it to create our rich and colorful visual experiences. Other areas that interest me include consciousness, cognition, and how various thought processes influence what we see, hear and feel. On a more general level, I just want to figure out how the brain works.

Please use the links on the right to learn more about me and my research, or check out my and Dr. Rogers' interviews on The Voice of Rio Grande below.  My contact information is also listed above, and my availability below, so please feel free to swing by or email me to set something up.







My Schedule- Fall 2018