Susan Heidenreich, PhD, is an experimental psychologist, who earned her degree from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. She is the Faculty Coordinator for the interdisciplinary Neuroscience Minor. She teaches biological psychology, psychological statistics, sensation and perception, and psychology of human sexuality. Her current research in neuroscience uses psychophysical methods to investigate eye movements and visual perception.
- Psychophysical methods to investigate eye movements and visual perception
- Faculty Coordinator, Neuroscience Minor
- PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison