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Christopher Sanchez

Christopher Sanchez

Assistant Professor, Department of Cognitive Science and Engineering, College of Technology and Innovation

c.sanchez@asu.edu

480-727-1589

Department of Cognitive Science and Engineering, Polytechnic Campus
Arizona State University
7271 E. Sonoran Arroyo Mall
Mesa, AZ 85212
USA

Titles

  • Assistant Professor, Department of Cognitive Science and Engineering, College of Technology and Innovation

Biography

Dr. Sanchez's research interests focus primarily on understanding learner characteristics and how they are relevant for interacting with technology, designing learning interfaces, and interfacing with the real world. He is currently involved with several projects that span such content areas as: science learning, working memory capacity, spatial abilities, learning from maps, bilingualism, web-based learning and design, physical pain, sports performance/visualization, and instrument guided aviation. He heads the Applied Cognitive Theory, Usability and Learning (ACTUAL) Laboratory, which employs traditional behavioral methodology and also employs more advanced techniques such as eye-tracking and video protocol analysis.

Education

  • PhD, Cognitive Psychology, University of Illinois-Chicago, 2006

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