Human Factors and Applied Cognition
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Eric Sikorski

Eric Sikorski

Human Factors and Applied Cognition

In addition to being a student in the HFAC program, Eric Sikorski works for a Department of Defense (DoD) organization in Alexandria, VA. In that role, he manages projects to research, develop, test, and evaluate training and human performance technology for operational users across the DoD and interagency community. Eric holds a Ph.D. in Instructional Systems from Florida State University and a Project Management Professional certification.  

Publications

Sikorski, E. G., Johnson, T. E., & Ruscher, P. H. (2012). Team knowledge sharing intervention effects on team shared mental models and student performance in an undergraduate science course. Journal of Science Education andTechnology, 21(6), 641-651.

Darabi, A., Sikorski, E. G., Nelson, D. W., & Palanki, S. (2006). Efficient, motivational, and effective strategies for complex learning: Computer-based simulation experiments in troubleshooting a chemical plant. Technology, Instruction, Cognition, and Learning Status, 3, 233-247.

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