Degrees: Ph.D. Psychology, University of Minnesota; B.A. Integrated Science Program, Northwestern University; B.A. Psychology, Northwestern University
Dieter-Porter Hall, Room 301
Intersession/Spring office hours: no regularly-scheduled office hours (on sabbatical - advisees, women's soccer players, or others ... please contact me via email)
Intersession/Spring 2014: On sabbatical (but I will still be accessible to advisees, women's soccer players, etc.)
Fall 2014: Psy 101 (Elementary Psychology, 2 sections), Psy 370 (Sensation & Perception)
Spring 2015: Psy 275 (Cognitive Psychology, 1 section), Psy 475 (Advanced Laboratory in Sensation & Perception) - tentative schedule
Areas of Study
Timothy Klitz is an associate professor in the Department of Psychology. He teaches courses in elementary psychology, cognitive psychology and sensation & perception. Dr. Klitz's research interests are centered around the topic of reading, a skill that encompasses skill in the areas of both visual and cognitive processing. You can read a short profile about Dr. Klitz's interests and science background gained during his undergraduate career at Northwestern at: http://www.isp.northwestern.edu/alumni/alumni-profiles.html (scroll down to the 3rd alumni profile).
Dr. Klitz is the faculty mentor for the W&J Women's soccer team.
My wife, Dr. Jane Caldwell, is a Ph.D. in Biophysics from the University of Wisconsin. She is currently running her own Etsy shop selling items for children. My daughter, Erin, despite this particular picture, is full of energy and wears us out!