The Clemson HFES Student Chapter welcomes Dr. Pamela Tsang of Wright State University on Friday, March 30th at 2:30pm in Brackett 419. Dr. Tsang is a Professor in the Department of Psychology, engineering psychologist by training, member of the graduate Human Factors Psychology program, and a faculty member of the undergraduate Cognition and Perception concentration.
Dr. Tsang will discuss her research in attention under time sharing conditions and the analysis techniques and measures her lab uses to assess performance and subjective mental workload. While Dr. Tsang conducts both basic and applied research mostly in the aviation context, she is interested in the implications of her research on surface transportation as well.
Prof. Pamela Tsang, Ph.D.
Wright State University Department of Psychology
Friday, March 30th 2:30 p.m.
419 Brackett Hall
Presentation title: Effects of age, expertise, and speed emphasis on spatial decisions in a flight simulation task.
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