At the annual meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Clemson graduate students Ashley Sewall, Stephanie Whetsel, and Natalee Cartee received the Best Student Poster Award from the Perception and Performance Technical Group.
The students poster was “How accurate are older drivers’ judgments of the effects of headlight glare on acuity?” The research was performed in Rick Tyrrell’s Perception and Performance Lab.
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