Human Factors/Applied Cognition
Min Ji Kim is a second year doctoral student in George Mason University’s Human Factors & Applied Cognition program under Dr. Tyler Shaw and Dr. Eva Wiese. Her research is focused in vigilance, social robotics, and trust in automation. Currently, she is researching the "Effect of Robot Social Facilitation on Cognitive Workload". In 2018, she graduated from George Mason University with a BA in Psychology.