Bradley R. Sturz, Ph.D.
Associate Director of Assessment
Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Bradley R. Sturz earned his B.A. (2002), M.S. (2004) ,and Ph.D. (2007) all from Auburn University. After receiving his Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology, he completed a Post-Doctoral teaching/research position at Villanova University and then spent four years in a tenure-track position at Armstrong Atlantic State University in Savannah, Georgia. He has been in a tenure-track position here at Georgia Southern University since 2011.His teaching interests include Introduction to Psychology, Research Methods, Statistics, and Evolutionary Psychology. His research interests are broad within the realm of learning, memory, and cognition, and his recent research focuses on spatial learning, memory, and cognition. Utilizing virtual-environment technology, he is interested in determining the basic mechanisms underlying orientation and navigation for the purposes of informing research and theory on how humans (and other mobile organisms) process, store, and utilize spatial information.
Last updated: 8/19/2019