Office: 312-D Brackett Hall
Personal Website: www.clemson.edu/psych/gugerty/
Ph.D. Experimental Psychology
Human Factors Psychology
ProfileCurrent position: Tenure track faculty member in Clemson Psychology Department since 1999; curently Professor and Coordinator of the Human Factors graduate program. Previous position: Research scientist at US Air Force Research Laboratory, San Antonio, TX, 1993-1998. On editorial board of journal Human Factors for 10 years.
Attention and situation awareness during driving;
Spatial cognition and navigation;
Information search and decision-making in the health domain
Rodes, W. & Gugerty, L. (2012). Effects of electronic map displays and individual differences in ability on navigation performance. Human Factors, 54(4), 589-599.
McIntyre, S., Gugerty, L. & Duchowski, A. (2012) Brake lamp detection in complex and dynamic environments: Recognizing limitations of visual attention and perception. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 45, 588-599.
Gugerty, L. (2011). Situation awareness in driving. In Fisher, D. L., Rizzo, M., Caird, J. K., & Lee, J. D. (Eds). Handbook of Driving Simulation for Engineering, Medicine, and Psychology. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.
Mitchell, K. B., Gugerty, L. & Muth, E. (2008). Effects of brief training on use of automated external defibrillators by people without medical expertise. Human Factors, 50(2), 301-310.