Students Working in the Lab
Michelle graduated from NCSU in 2005 and is pursuing her PhD in Human Factors and Applied Cognition. She is studying individual differences in cognitive performance. Her studies have included subjective measures of stress and workload, as well as exploring the effects of feedback type on performance
Landon graduated from Wesleyan University in 2006 and is pursuing his Ph.D in Human Factors and Ergonomics. He is interested in studying cognitive learning and motor reproduction.
Laura graduated from Georgia Tech in 2014, and is pursuing her PhD in Human Factors and Applied Cognition. She is interested in data visualization in older adults, specifically to support learning and skill acquisition for healthy aging.
John graduated from NCSU and is pursuing his PhD in Human Factors and Ergonomics. He has worked on projects ranging from the human factors of safety (in agriculture and rockclimbing) to individual differences in use of feedback while learning.
Alex graduated from Lander University in 2012, and is pursuing his Ph.D in Human Factors and Ergonomics. Alex is studying perceptual training, and is also broadly interested in the effects of movement and spatial information, real and simulated, on learning and cognition.
Gina graduated from Florida State University in 2006 and is pursuing her PhD in Human Factors and Ergonomics. She is interested in studying human-computer interaction and motivation for complex activity in adults over age sixty-five.
Laura is pursuing her PhD in Human Factors. She is interested in the field of human-computer interaction, especially the areas of performance enhancement and training within a virtual environment.