Human Factors and Applied Cognition
Randall earned his B.S. in Psychology from George Mason University, and is currently a first year Master’s student in Human Factors and Applied Cognition. Because of his relationship with the faculty, and many research opportunities, he chose to stay at GMU for his graduate degree. As an undergraduate research assistant for Dr. Carryl Baldwin, he gained firsthand HFAC experience and welcomes continued research with the Mason Transportation Institute and Auditory Research Group. His interests include human interaction with autonomous vehicles, driver distraction, and restorative effects of music. During his leisure time, Randall indulges in the visual arts.
Drury, R., Lewis, B., Jesso, M., Tanangco, E., & Baldwin, C. (2015). Sustained attention response task with a music intermission. Poster presented at GMU, The College’s Undergraduate Research Symposium: Distinctive Scholarship Across the College’s Disciplines.