Matthew E. Funke
Name: Matthew E. Funke
Agency: 711th Human Performance Wing/Human Effectiveness Directorate
Division: Warfighter Interface Division, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH
School: University of Cincinnati
Program of Study: Ph.D., Psychology (Human Factors)
Synopsis: Matt Funke is a Research Fellow working with Drs. Joel Warm and Benjamin Knott. He assists in the development, analysis, and reporting of experiments in the area of Human Factors. Matt’s focus is on cerebral hemodynamics and other physiological measures during vigilance performance. Matt’s current area of research involves cerebral blood flow velocity, cerebral tissue oxygenation, gaze-tracking behaviors, and subjective individual and team workload, and their military applications.
Dillard, M., Boles, D.B., Funke, M.E., Funke, G.J., Finomore, V., Dukes, A., Warm, J.S., Knott, B., & Parasuraman, R. (2011). The sustained attention to response task does not promote mindlessness in vigilance performance. Proceedings of the 2011 International Symposium on Aviation Psychology.
Funke, M.E. (2009). A Comparison of Cerebral Hemovelocity and Blood Oxygen Saturation Levels During Vigilance Performance. Unpublished master's thesis, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.
Funke, M.E., Warm, J.S., Matthews, G., Finomore, V., Vidulich, M.A., Knott, B.A., Helton, W.S., Shaw, T.H., & Parasuraman, R. (2011). Static and Dynamic Discriminations in Vigilance: Effects of Cerebral Hemodynamics, Workload, and Stress. Proceedings of the 2011 Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology Annual Meeting.
Garcia, A., Baldwin, C., Funke, M.E., Funke, G.J., Finomore, V., Dukes, A., Knott, B., & Warm, J.S. (2011). The effects of co-action on workload and stress in team vigilance. Proceedings of the 2011 International Symposium on Aviation Psychology.
Warm, J.S., Finomore, V., Shaw, T.H., Funke, M.E., Hausen, M.J., Matthews, G., Taylor, P., Vidulich, M., Repperger, D., Szalma, J.L., & Hancock, P.A. (2009). Effects of training with knowledge of results on diagnosticity in vigilance performance. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting Proceedings: Vol. 53 Number 17, (pp. 1066-1070).
Dates: Start: 07/2009 End: 08/2011