Professor of Hearing and Speech Sciences; Associate Professor of Psychology, College of Arts and Science
8310 MCE South Tower
Daniel Ashmead's research focuses on the development of perceptual and motor abilities in infants. His specific areas of interest include spatial hearing, regulation of posture, control of reaching and locomotion (e.g., crawling, walking), and visual disabilities (blindness). He also studies spatial orientation and hearing in persons with visual impairments.