Dr. Martin has taught at KSU since Fall 2009. He mainly teaches perception, cognitive psychology, and physiological psychology. His research interests include mesoscopic brain dynamics, motion perception, gaze dynamics, visual attention, dynamic attention, and the relationship between behavioral inhibition and neural inhibition. Past research has covered these topics as well as psychotherapy outcome (particularly in motivational interviewing) and recovery of cortical functions after stroke. See the research page for more details on current projects.