APS Lab Profiles: Meet the Scientists!

Want more Human Factors?

  • Read the APS Lab Profile on the GMU Arch Lab.
  • George Mason students and faculty created this video for a Human Factors and Ergonomics Society video contest in 2011 to help explains what human factors is. Watch the rap and a behind the music interview with the "Human Factors Rapper" Tyler Shaw.

George Mason University Arch Laboratory

Fairfax, Virginia, USA

Bridging theory, experimentation, and application in the cognitive sciences.

Meet the Scientists: Raja Parasuraman

Director Human Factors and Applied Cognition Graduate Program

Attention and Automation

Meet the Scientists:  Deborah Boehm-Davis

Associate Dean, College of Humanities and Social Science

Safer Skies:  Aviation and Crew Resource Management

Meet the Scientists: Carryl Baldwin

Associate Professor, Human Factors and Applied Cognition Program

Driven by Human Factors: How Science Can Improve Transportation Safety

Meet the Scientists: Matt Peterson

Associate Professor, Human Factors and Applied Cognition Program and Neuroscience Program

The Eye-Tracking Advantage: Using Eye Tracking to Measure Attention

Meet the Scientists: Tyler Shaw

Assistant Professor, Human Factors and Applied Cognition Program

Your Brain on Fatigue: Transcranial Doppler Sonography and Cognitive Resources

Meet the Scientists: Jim Thompson

Associate Professor, Human Factors and Applied Cognition Program, Neuroscience Program

Summing up People by Studying Biological Motion

Meet the Scientists: Robert Youmans

Assistant Professor, Human Factors and Applied Cognition Program

with students Daniel Gartenberg, Christian Gonzalez, and Stephanie Pratt

Breaking the Mold: Design Fixation

 

Observer Vol.25, No.3 March, 2012

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