June 2011
Patrick C. Clark
Patrick C. Clark

My program of research with the AFRL has focused thus far on the impact that trust has on automated system use. I am primarily focusing on what individual characteristics lead to trust in an automated ...

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July 2009
Natalie A. Namrow
Natalie A. Namrow

At DMDC, my primary task is to assist in analyzing and interpreting the Equal Opportunity Surveys for active duty and Reserve component members. Currently, I am also involved in writing a comment ana ...

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August 2010
C. Jonathan Brogdon
C. Jonathan Brogdon

Worked with Dr. Jean Dyer and Dr. Peter Schaefer on the Examination of New Rifle Marksmanship Training Strategies. Responsible for data entry through: 1) data entry from printed score sheets, 2) data ...

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May 2010
Melissa C. Gouge
Melissa C. Gouge

I am currently assisting with research on cross-cultural competence. We are hoping to gain a better understanding of how these skills are gained, the most effective methods for teaching them and how t ...

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September 2011
Jacob T. Singer
Jacob T. Singer

Jacob Singer is a graduate student working on his Master’s in Experimental Psychology at Texas A&M University – Central Texas. He is working with Dr. Christopher Vowels on several projects, including ...

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