For more information on Dr. Hill's research lab, go here: http://hillpedagogylab.org/
Broad: Lifespan development, executive control, attention, oculomotor control, cognition, perception, developmental disorders, pedagogy
Specific: Eye movement methods used to investigate: developmental differences, oculomotor capture, inhibition of return, visual marking, and task switching; Oculomotor reading behavior as a measure of cognition; How current reading models must be modified to account for reading disorders; Development of more objective diagnostic criteria via oculomotor measures for Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD); Relationship of ADHD to developmental dyslexia, specific subtypes, and related comorbidity to ADHD; Developing crossover research techniques to bridge between subfields of psychology. A recent but significant direction for my research is pedagogy as specifically applied to psychology courses and graduate teacher training.
Dr. Hill generally begins recruiting students for the Hill Pedagogy Lab (HPL) about 6-8 weeks before the new semester begins. Students may also apply during the first week of the new semester. To learn more, please visit: http://hillpedagogylab.org/research/becoming-a-research-assistant-ra/
Dr. Hill is always looking for responsible, reliable, and really useful teaching assistants. To learn more, please visit: http://hillpedagogylab.org/teaching/becoming-a-teaching-assistant-ta/