Clemson Psychology Research

Participant in a driving simulator study

The faculty and students conduct research in a wide variety of topics (see categories on the left of this page).

Among some of the specific topics are:

  • advanced reading technologies
  • human-automation interaction
  • cognitive aging
  • driving simulation
  • exercise
  • human memory and perception
  • human-computer interaction
  • industrial-organizational research
  • motion sciences
  • occupational stress
  • perception and action
  • personnel selection and performance appraisal
  • process-control simulation
  • psychophysiology
  • robotics and teleoperation
  • sleep research
  • social psychology
  • uncoupled motion simulation
  • usability testing
  • virtual reality
  • visual performance
  • workplace training research

In addition, some of the faculty are involved in the Human Factors Institute.