Our laboratory is concerned with understanding mechanisms of attention and their constraints on human performance in basic and real-world environments. To this end, we adopt a variety of methods including psychophysics, eye tracking, and simulation as well as behavioral techniques using analytic methodologies.
Our current research topics include: visual selective/divided attention, human-automation interaction, drivers’ allocation of attention in driving simulator and trust in automated agents.
We are located at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA.
This website tells you more about our research, lab members, how to contact us, and ways to sign up for our studies. If you are a current student at ODU or a perspective student and are interested in working in our lab, please click here.