- Assisociate Professor, Psychology
- Human learning, memory, attention and performance
- Ph.D., McMaster University
Crump is interested in human learning, memory, attention and performance. He focuses primarily on behavioral research tools to isolate these processes and then understand how they are coordinated together to support skilled performance. Some of the specific questions he is interested in are: 1) how do memory processes guide attention and action, 2) how do attention processes select relevant from irrelevant information, and 3) how do people produce meaningful sequences of actions.