Ibarguren, M., Galliano, M., & Brosnihan, A. (March, 2022). Investigating the prevalence and directionality of time distortion during stressful events. Presented at the UCF Student Scholar Symposium, Orlando, FL.
MIT2 undergraduate Jenny Autumn Walker was recently accepted into the competitive Career Advancement and Mentoring Program for Young Entrepreneurs and Scholars (CAMP-YES) under the mentorship of Dr. Peter Hancock Ph.D. CAMP-YES is a National Science Foundation S-STEM project that supports promising researchers on the track to graduate school.
The MIT2 laboratory has had the first scientific look at using Google Glass to text while driving. The results clearly show Google GlassTM, used in this way, to be a driving distraction. There is a twist, however: Google GlassTM is superior to a smartphone in some regards.
A press release was issued September 24th by the University of Central Florida’s press office. If you would like a copy of the article ahead of journal printing, you may request it by clicking HERE or you may email Ben D. Sawyer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Researchers associated with this project include:
Ben D. Sawyer – Principal Investigator
Keith R. MacArthur – Research Assistant
Sarah Greenstei – Research Assistant
Jessica Siler – Research Assistant
Jenny Walker – Research Assistant
Daniellys Diaz – Research Assistant
Rebecca McKeog – Research Assistant
The MIT2 Laboratory had the privilege of being interviewed by the University of Central Florida’s Knightly News. Knightly News was interested in how the MIT2 Laboratory uses a driving simulator in experiments, as well as how undergraduate researchers are involved in conducing research.