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Debbie Wang

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Faculty Bio

Professor

Phone: (904) 620-1601

Office: Building 51, Room 3203

Email:dwang@unf.edu

Research Interests

Driving safety and human factors with use of a driving simulator to evaluate driver performance with in-vehicle information systems; the cost of mixing tasks on driving; Driving safety and human factors; Action selection and stimulus-response compatibility; Attention theory and multiple-task Information processing; Use of a driving simulator (STISim Model 100) to evaluate driver performance with in-vehicle information systems; the cost of mixing tasks on driving 

Areas of Expertise

  • Driving safety and human factors
  • Action selection and stimulus-response compatibility
  • Attention and multiple-task Information processing
  • Driving performance with in-vehicle information systems
  • Culture and cognition 

Education

  • 2004 Ph.D., Cognitive Psychology in Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana

Selected Publications

Acquisition & transfer of attention allocation strategies in multiple-task work environment. Human Factors

Coding controlled and triggered cursor movements as action effects: influences on the auditory Simon effect for wheel-rotation responses. J of Experimental Psy

The Simon effect with wheel-rotation responses. J of Motor Behavior