Human Factors/Applied Cognition: Vigilance Tasks, Wearable Interfaces, Driving, and Human-Computer Interaction
Jasmine S. Dang is currently a Psychology Ph.D. candidate in the Human Factors and Applied Cognition (HFAC) program at George Mason University (GMU). She received her B.S. in Psychology with a minor in Neuroscience and a concentration in Human Factors at GMU in 2017. Subsequently, she received her M.A. from the HFAC program at GMU in 2019. Her research background focuses on vigilance and sustained attention. She studies human performance and subjective measures such as mind-wandering in tasks which involve target detection and automated aid cues. In 2018, she was a Repperger Intern of the 711th Human Performance Wing at the U.S. Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) based at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton, Ohio, where she worked on human-robotic trust studies. In 2019, she was an NREIP intern working on vigilance study data for the Laboratory for Autonomous Systems Research (LASR) at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL). Since 2019, she has been working as a Research Assistant at the U.S. Army CCDC C5ISR Center Night Vision and Electronics Sensors Directorate (NVESD) employed by Planned System International, Inc.