Ayobami Fakulujo

Ayobami Fakulujo

Ayobami Fakulujo

Human-Computer Interaction, Human-Robot Interaction, Augment & Virtual Reality, User-Experience Design & Research.

Ayo Fakulujo is a current M.A. student in the Human Factors and Applied Cognition program at George Mason University. He received his B.S. (2019) with a double major in Psychology and Criminal Justice from Old Dominion University.

Education

Old Dominion University

B.S. in Psychology & Criminal Justice

Recent Presentations

Fakulujo, A.T., Hicks, J.M., Still, J.P., (2019). Saliency on speed at which e-commerce items are identified. Poster session presented at the Virginia Association for Psychological Science Conference, Newport News, Virginia.

Hicks, J. M., Duplantis, P. E., Fakulujo, A. T., & Still, J. P., (2018). Does relative item luminance affect how well e-commerce products are remembered. Poster session presented at the Southeastern Human Factors Applied Research Conference, Clemson, South Carolina.