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Adam D. Feltz

Adam D. Feltz

PhD, Philosophy, Florida State University (2008)

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906-487-1132
adfeltz@mtu.edu

Assistant Professor of Psychology and Applied Ethics, Cognitive and Learning Sciences

Adam Feltz (Ph.D.) specializes in ethical decision-making and applied ethics. His emphasis is on how attitudes toward freedom, knowledge, intentional action, and ethics relate to actions in applied domains such as medicine, law, and health. He directs the Ethical Decision-making and Ethical Naturalism (EDEN) Laboratory. The laboratory aims to understand . . .

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Myounghoon Jeon

Myounghoon "Philart" Jeon

PhD, Engineering Psychology (minor in HCI), Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012

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906-487-3273
mjeon@mtu.edu

Assistant Professor of Applied Cognitive Science and Human Factors Program

Philart is an assistant professor in the Department of Cognitive and Learning Sciences and adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science at Michigan Tech and director of the Mind Music Machine (tri-M) Lab. His research areas encompass auditory displays, affective computing, assistive technologies, aesthetic computing, and automotive interface . . .

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Bradley H. Baltensperger

Bradley H. Baltensperger

PhD, Geography, Clark University, 1974

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906-487-2460
brad@mtu.edu

Research Professor, Cognitive and Learning Sciences

Dr. Baltensperger's research interests include public perception of environmental hazards, natural hazards, and environmental history. He is also deeply involved in science education, particularly related to Earth Science and Environmental Science. He is PI on the Michigan Teacher Excellence Program (MiTEP), a 6-year NSF-supported project to improve Earth Science learning in . . .