Thomas Hancock, Ph.D.
Education and Certifications
Ph.D. in Cognitive/Experimental Psychology
University of Georgia, 2002
Dissertation: The Time Course of Source Monitoring
M.A. in Experimental Psychology
Central Michigan University, 1997
Thesis: False Memories: The Role of Explicit and Implicit Memory
B.A. in Psychology/Criminal Justice (Double major)
Saginaw Valley State University, 1994
Phi Theta Kappa Leadership Development Studies Certified Instructor, Southbury, CT, 2005
2010-present Univ. of Central Oklahoma, Chair & Assoc. Prof.
2006-2010 Georgia Gwinnett College, Assoc. Prof.
2003-2006 Gainesville State College, Assist. Prof.
2002-2003 Gordon College, Assist. Prof.
2002-2006 Griffin Technical College, Adjunct Professor
1999-2002 Athens Technical College, Adjunct Professor
Vestibular disorders and working memory
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