Eli J. White received his Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of Cincinnati in 2012. He has taught courses ranging from Introduction to Psychology, Research Methods and Statistics, Interpersonal Relations, Sensation and Perception as well as Developmental Psychology. He also has published research on innovative teaching methods such as flipped classroom designs.
Currently, his research interests include the role of metabolic effort on distance perception as well as affordance perception in children and adults. He has also given research presentations on human factors topics on electronic voting machine technology and drone warfare.