Natural and Social Sciences Colloquium TODAY: Eye Tracking in Engineering Psychology
Arryn Robbins, assistant professor of psychology and postdoctoral fellow, will give a presentation on Eye Tracking in Engineering Psychology. She will speak at 4:05 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 11 in the Sladek Distinguished Science Forum (DSC 163). All are invited to attend. Light refreshments will be served before the seminar.
Engineering psychology (also known as human factors) is an applied field of psychology that aims to improve user experiences with everyday products and technology used at home and in the workplace. Eye tracking is a research tool that is increasingly used in engineering psychology research. This talk will provide an overview of how eye tracking is used by engineering psychologists to advise on issues of safety, design, and usability with products and devices.
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