Dr. Hampton is an Assistant Professor of Psychology in the Behavioral Sciences Department. He studied Human Factors/Industrial Organizational Psychology at Wright State University. At the University of Memphis, he served as project manager on a pioneering hybrid tutor, chair of the IEEE Standards Association working group for Adaptive Instructional Systems, and project co-leader for a conversation-based AI for education. He has taught General Psychology, Writing for Psychology, Psychology of Film, and Advanced Statistics.
Research interests include technologically mediated communication, psycholinguistics, adaptive educational technology, artificial intelligence, and the ethical implications of AI.
- Wright State University, PhD
- Wright State University, MS
- University of Central Florida, BS
Publications and Research Focus
- Technologically mediated communication
- Psycholinguistics, semiotics
- Adaptive educational technology
- Artificial intelligence
- Political psychology
- Ethical implications of AI from a psychological perspective
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