Thomas Gordon Hutcheon
Visiting Instructor in Psychology
Academic Program Affiliation(s): Psychology
B.A., Bates College; M.S., Ph.D. candidate, Georgia Institute of Technology. Coauthor of “Contextual influences on the sequential congruency effect,” in Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
(2014), as well as several manuscripts in preparation on subjects such as an exemplar-based model of stimulus-driven control, the dynamic modulation of control, and age differences in the use of task cues. Professional presentations at meetings of the Psychonomic Society, Midwestern Psychological Association, and Georgia Tech’s Cognitive Aging Conference and Research and Innovation Conference. Has taught at Georgia Tech and Agnes Scott College, and has served as ad hoc reviewer for Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition; Psychonomic Bulletin & Review,
and Journal of Cognitive Psychology
. At Bard: 2014–16.