Vigilance Tasks, Wearable Interfaces, Driving, and Human-Computer Interaction
Jasmine received a B.S in Psychology with a minor in Neuroscience and a concentration in Human Factors from George Mason University. She is currently a Ph.D student working with Dr. William Helton on wearable interface topics and vigilance tasks. Concurrently, she is also working with Dr. Carryl Baldwin on various projects in the Mason Transportation Institute. Research interests include but not limited to vigilance tasks, wearable interfaces, driving, and human-computer interaction.