Professor, Geography

Dan Montello received his Ph.D. in Environmental Psychology from Arizona State University. His research interests include spatial perception, cognition, and behavior; cognitive issues in cartography and GIS; spatial aspects of social behavior; and environmental psychology and behavioral geography. Dan is also an affiliated faculty member of the Department of Psychology, the former Chair of the interdisciplinary Cognitive Science Emphasis Program, a previous Vice Chair of the Department of Geography (10 years), and he is currently an Assistant Dean of Undergraduate Studies in the College of Letters & Science.

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Select EH Courses: Environmental Perception and Cognition, Behavioral Geography, and Cognitive Issues in Geographic Information Science