John Krantz joined the psychology department at Hanover College in 1990 from Honeywell Corporation where he worked on the human factor of cockpit displays. He is interested in visual perception and the use of the internet for psychological research and teaching.
His teaching areas include: basic principles of psychology, sensation and perception, neuropsychology, research design and statistics, cognition, learning, human factors, advanced research, and research seminar His area of expertise is in visual perception; while his area of specialisation: is in experimental psychology.
His recent publications include:
- Krantz, J. H. (2011). “Can the World-Wide Web be used for Research?” M. A. Gernsbacher, L. Hough, D. Pew, & J. Pomerantz, eds., Psychology and the Real World (pp.10-16), New York: Worth.
- Krantz, J. H. (2010). “Internet-Based Research Methods.” N. J. Salkind, ed., Encyclopedia of Research Design. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
- Reips, U.D. & Krantz, J. H. (2010). “Experimental Data.” S. Gosling & J. A. Johnson, eds., Advanced Methods for Behavior Research on the Internet (pp. 193-216), Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Credits to Hanover College
Published: 19 March 2014
Last update: 27 February 2015