Assistant Professor Psychology
Behavioral and Safety Science Department
Prescott College of Arts & Sciences
Prescott campus

Dr. Jonathan Gallimore is an Assistant Professor in the Behavioral and Safety Sciences Department at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (Prescott campus) with expertise in research methods, statistical analyses, cognitive psychology, and experimental psychology. His research interests focus on the psychological concepts related to various modes of transportation (e.g., airplanes, cars, and pedestrians). In 2007, Dr Gallimore received his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Utah with a Human Factors Certificate. For two and a half years, he was a research assistant in two different labs. As an undergraduate, Dr. Gallimore presented his research about the impact of cell phone use on pedestrians at the National Conference for Undergraduate Research (NCUR) and the Utah Conference for Undergraduate Research (UCUR). In 2009, Dr. Gallimore earned a Master’s degree in Human Development and Social Policy from the University of Utah, and his research focused on the environmental barriers that prevented children from walking to school. In 2013, Dr. Gallimore received his PhD in Experimental Psychology from Washington State University (Pullman campus), and his research focused on action representation, action execution, action planning, and the connection between perception and action.

Research Interests

  • Processing of perceptual and action features
  • Action representation
  • Selective attention
  • Short-term memory,
  • Working memory,
  • Dual task performance
  • Vision and perception
  • Human factors
  • Walkability

Teaching Interests

  • Introduction to Psychology
  • Experimental Psychology (Research Methods)
  • Statistics in Psychology
  • Sensation and Perception
  • Cognitive Psychology
  • Cognitive Neuroscience
  • Human Factors & Ergonomics
  • Physiological Psychology
  • Social Psychology

  • Ph.D. - Doctor of Philosophy in Experimental Psychology, Washington State University at Pullman

  • PSY 101: Introduction to Psychology
  • PSY 350: Social Psychology
  • PSY 399: Special Topics in Psychology
  • SF 201: Intr Health Occptnl Trans Sfty
  • MSF 691: Graduate Capstone Course

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Behavioral and Safety Sciences Department

            PSY 101 - Introductory Psychology (2014, 2015)

            PSY 350 - Social Psychology (2015, 2016)

            PSY 226 - Statistics for Organizational Analysis and Research (2015, 2016)

           MSF 612 - Research Methods (2015, 2016)

           MSF 600 - Quantitative Methods (2015)

           PSY 311 - Sensation, Perception, and Cognition (2015)

           SF 420 - Analysis of Observational Data (2015)

Fournier, L.R., Gallimore, J.M., Feiszli, K.R., & Logan, G.D. (2013). On the  Importance of Being First:  Serial Order Effects in the Interaction Between Action Plans and Ongoing Actions. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. DOI: 10.3758/s13423-013-0486-0

Fournier, L.R. & Gallimore, J.M. (2013). What Makes an Event: Temporal Integration of Stimuli or Actions? Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 75(6), 1293-1305. DOI: 10.3758/s13414-013-0461-x

Gallimore, J. M., Brown, B. B., & Werner, C. M. (2011). Walking routes to school in new urban and suburban neighborhoods: An environmental walkability analysis of blocks and routes. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 31(2), 184-191.

Napier, M. A., Brown, B. B., Werner, C. M., & Gallimore, J. (2011). Walking to school: Community design and child and parent barriers. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 31(1), 45-51.

Werner, C. M., Brown, B. B., & Gallimore, J. (2010). Light rail use is more likely on “walkable” blocks: Further support for using micro-level environmental audit measures. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 30(2), 206-214.

Conference Presentations

Diaz, M.A., Bowen, E.E., & Gallimore, J.M. (2015).  The threat of liquid explosives to civil aviation. Second Annual Aviation, Aeronautics, and Aerospace International Research (A³iR) Conference, Phoenix.

Gallimore, J.M. & Fournier, L.M.  Proximal and distal effects in action plan representation. Fifty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Chicago.

Gallimore, J.M. & Perry, J.C. (2015). True course simulations: Will this reduce flight costs and decrease certification time?  Second Annual Aviation, Aeronautics, and Aerospace International Research (A³iR) Conference, Phoenix.

Navarrete, E., Bowen, E.E., & Gallimore, J.M. (2015).  Developing educational & professional training synergies in aviation-related safety academic programs.  Second Annual Aviation, Aeronautics, and Aerospace International Research (A³iR) Conference, Phoenix.

Romeo, R. & Gallimore, J.M. (2015). Are we safe yet: Discriminating pilot performance based on safety climate. The 18th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, Dayton.

Thaddaeus, P., Bowen, E.E., & Gallimore, J.M. (2015).  The role of biofuels in aviation. Second Annual Aviation, Aeronautics, and Aerospace International Research (A³iR) Conference, Phoenix.

Gallimore, J.M. & Fournier, L.R. (2012). What makes an event file: Temporal integration of visual features or action features? Fifty-Third Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Minneapolis

Gallimore, J.M. & Fournier, L.R. (2010). The representation of action plans can affect response delays due to action feature overlap. Fifty-First Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, St. Louis

Gallimore, J.M. & Strayer, D.L. (2007). Attention Deficits of Cell Phone Use on Pedestrians. Utah Conference on Undergraduate Research (UCUR), Salt Lake City.

Gallimore, J.M. & Strayer, D.L. (2007). Attention Deficits of Cell Phone Use on Pedestrians. National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR), San Rafael.

Teaching Experience:

Salt Lake Community College, Sociology and Psychology Department

            Introductory Psychology (2014)

            Lifespan Growth and Development (2014)

            Personal Growth and Development (2014)

Washington State University, Psychology Department

           Cognition and Memory Online (2012 to 2013)

           Cognition and Memory (2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013)

           Elementary Statistics in Psychology (2011 to 2012)

           Research Methods lab (2009 to 2011)

           Motivation Online (2012)

University of Utah, Family & Consumer Studies Department

            Research Methods Online (2009)

Changes Counseling, L.L.C. – Sandy, Utah

Prime for Life - a psycho-education alcohol class (2005 to 2009)

American Psychological Association (APA)

           APA Division 21

Psychonomics Society

Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science

Golden Key International Honors Society

Phi Beta Phi Honors Society

Internal Grant from ERAU to study the factors related to success in aviation training (2015 - 2016)

Scholarly Speaking 2015 (ERAU) - Keynote address

Anthony Marchionne Endowed Graduate Teaching Fellowship (Fall 2012 and Spring 2013)

David and Dorothy Watkiss Scholarship (Fall 2008 and Spring 2009)

Outstanding Researcher Award - Family Consumer Studies Department (2008)

UROP Funding Award for Senior Thesis Project (Fall 2006 and Spring 2007)

University of Utah Psychology Department Scholarship (Fall 2006 and Spring 2007)

The Smith’s Personal Best Scholarship (May of 1997)

Honored by the Daughters of the American Revolution for Leadership (1997)

Honored by the Salt Lake Rotary Club for Academic Excellence (1997)

Magna cum laude Baccalaureate Honors (2007)

High honors Associate Honors (2001)