Judy Hopp

Ph.D.
Physics

Office: 126E Jarvis Hall - Science Wing
Phone: 715/232-2139
Email: hoppj@uwstout.edu

Education

  • Ph.D. Physiology and Biophysics
    • University of Washington (Seattle, WA)
    • Dissertation: Localizing Adaptation in the Human Saccadic System
    • 2004
  • B.S. Physics
    • University of Miami (Oxford, OH)
    • Summa Cum Laude
    • 1997

Research Interests

Research interests lie in two disciplines. One interest is in developing undergraduate research experiences and projects in neural plasticity, utilizing behavioral studies in the human oculomotor (eye movement) system, including modeling of that system. Additional interests included investigation in memory-processing, in particular as it relates to repetitive head injury. A second interest is in physics education and the impact of various teaching and learning techniques and outcomes. Further, I have an interest in how introducing physics in the elementary school classroom impacts school-aged children's interest in science. Finally, I am also currently investigating the impact of an academic recognition program on Division III athletes.

Courses Taught

College Physics I and II
Introduction to Physics
Introduction to Physics Laboratory
Neurophysics
Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience Lab
General Physics II
University Physics II Lab
Advanced Experience in Physics
Advanced Experience in Biology
Independent Study in Psychology

Curriculum Development

Programs and Minors

  • Bachelor of Science in Cognitive Science: Co-Developer
  • Minor in Cognitive Neuroscience: Co-Developer

Courses

  • Neurophysics, PHYS-252: Developer
  • Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience Lab, CNS-201: Co-Developer
  • Advanced Physics Experience, PHYS-489: Developer
  • Advanced Cognitive Neuroscience Experience, CNS-489: Co-Developer
    • In-Progress