Gregory Norville

Gregory Norville

Graduate Student in Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience

Curriculum vitae

Gregory Norville

Department

 Psychology

Research interest(s)/area of expertise

  •  Cognitive effects of smartphone use
  • Online vigilance, Smartphones, Social Media, Technology, Mind-Wandering, Executive Function, Attention

Education

  • B.I.S. Philosophy of Technology, Oakland University
  • B.A. Psychology, Wayne State University
  • A.S. Networking & Network Security, ECPI College of Technology
  • M.A. Psychology, Wayne State University

Awards and grants

 Thomas C. Rumble Graduate Research Fellowship (2020-2021)

Courses taught

Instructor of Record
PSY 2030, Lecture in Statistical Methods in Psychology (Fall 2019)
PSY 2030, Lecture in Statistical Methods in Psychology (Winter 2019)

Laboratory Instruction
PSY 2030, Laboratory in Statistical Methods in Psychology (Winter 2020)
PSY 2030, Laboratory in Statistical Methods in Psychology (Fall 2018)
PSY 3010, Laboratory in Statistical Methods in Psychology (Winter 2018)
PSY 3993, Laboratory in Experimental Psychology (Fall 2017)