|W2017 - PSYC 427 - Environmental Psychology|
|W2017 - PSYC 620.6 - Advanced Topics in Brain and Cognitive Sciences (Human Factors)|
|P2017 - PSYC 712A.31 - Research in Brain and Cognitive Sciences (Secondary Task Distraction)|
|F2017 - PSYC 425 - Human Factors|
Cognitive Ergonomics Research Laboratory (CERL), Administration 67
The Healthcare Human Factors and Simulation Laboratory (HHFSL) is in the W21C Research and Innovation Centre, which is affiliated with the O'Brien Institute of Public Health in the Cumming School of Medicine.
Exceptional undergraduate and graduate students, who have taken Psych 425: Human Factors or similar, may be selected to work on projects and study for advanced degrees. Research goals are to design devices, environments and systems that reduce injuries and fatalities, and improve the quality of life. Student alumni work in Fortune 500 companies, start-ups, government organizations and universities.
Caird, J.K., & Horrey, W. (2017). A review of teen and novice driver distraction. In Fisher, D.L., Caird, J.K., Horrey, W., & Trick L. (Eds.), The Handbook of Teen and Novice Drivers: Research, Practice, Policy and Directions (pp. 169-190). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.
Fisher, D.L., Horrey, W., Caird, J.K., & Reimer, B. (2017). Eye movements: Utility, method and measurements. In Fisher, D.L., Caird, J.K., Horrey, W., & Trick L. (Eds.), The Handbook of Teen and Novice Drivers: Research, Practice, Policy and Directions (pp. 421-438). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.
Simmons, S., Hicks, A. & Caird, J.K. (2016). Safety-critical events associated with cell phone tasks measured through naturalistic driving studies: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 87, 161-169.
Hallihan, G., Baers, J.H., Wiley, K., Davies, J.M., Conly, J., & Caird, J.K., (2015). Human factors evaluation of simulated Ebola virus disease patient scenarios. Proceedings of the 59th Annual Conference of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (pp. 543-547). Los Angeles.
Kramer, C., Wilkins, M., Caird, J.K., Davies, J.M., & Hallihan, G. (2015). Does the sex of a simulated patient affect CPR? Resuscitation, 86, 82-87.
Ohlhauser, A., Milloy, S., & Caird, J.K. (2011). Driver responses to motorcycle and lead vehicle braking events: The effects of motorcycling experience and novice versus experienced drivers. Transportation Research: Part F, 14, 472-483.
Caird, J.K., & Horrey, W.J. (2011). Twelve practical and useful questions about driving simulation. In Fisher, D. L., Rizzo, M., Caird, J. K., & Lee, J. D. (Eds). (2011). Handbook of Driving Simulation for Engineering, Medicine, and Psychology (pp. 5-57 to 5-74). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.
White, C. & Caird, J.K. (2010). The blind date: The effects of change blindness, passenger conversation and gender on looked-but-failed-to-see (LBFTS) errors. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 42, 1822-1830.
Schultz, J., Davies, J.M., Caird, J.K., Chisholm, S. & Ruggles, K. (2010). Standardizing anesthesia drug drawers using human factors and quality assurance methods. Canadian Journal of Anesthesia, 57(5), 490-499.
Caird, J.K., Willness, C., Steel, P., & Scialfa, C. (2008). A meta-analysis of cell phone use on driver performance. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 40, 1282-1293.