Wesleyan portrait of Barbara Jean Juhasz

Barbara Jean Juhasz

Jeffrey L. Shames Professor of Civic Engagement

Professor of Psychology

Judd Hall, 508
860-685-4978

Chair, Neuroscience and Behavior

Professor, Education Studies

Professor, Neuroscience and Behavior

Judd Hall, 508
860-685-4978

Professor, Integrative Sciences

Coordinator, Civic Engagement

bjuhasz@wesleyan.edu

Visit Professional Website

BA Binghamton University
MA University of Massachusetts Amherst
PHD University of Massachusetts Amherst

Barbara Jean Juhasz

Barbara Juhasz is a cognitive psychologist who studies reading and word recognition in adults. She explores factors affecting skilled word recognition and vocabulary development using a variety of methods. For example, participants might be asked to provide questionnaire data to assess their experience with words, discriminate real words from made-up nonwords (lexical decision task), or read sentences silently while their eye movements are recorded. Eye-tracking provides a particularly effective way to examine the time-course of word recognition during silent reading.

Dr. Juhasz received her B.A. from Binghamton University and her M.A. and Ph.D. from University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

Academic Affiliations

Office Hours

Fall 2020- Virtual Office hours via zoom on Thursdays 12:30-2:00 EST

https://wesleyan.zoom.us/j/96172497868

Courses

Fall 2020
PSYC 200 - 02
Stats: Activity-Based Approach

PSYC 222 - 01
Sensation and Perception

Spring 2021
PSYC 222 - 01
Sensation and Perception