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Current Embry-Riddle students interested in serving as a participant in a research study should sign up on the Department of Human Factors and Behavioral Neurobiology’s Research Participation System (SONA).
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A Bayesian approach on investigating Helicopter Emergency Medical Fatal Accidents
By: Richard J. Simonson, Joseph R. Keebler, & Alex Chaparro
Summary: This paper analyzed the likelihood of a fatality based on various factors in Helicopter Emergency Medical Services and analyzing it through a Bayesian logistic regression.
A qualitative analysis of social and emotional perspectives of airline passengers during the COVID-19 pandemic
By: Tracy L. Lamb, Keith J. Ruskin, Stephen Rice, Leili Khorassani, Scott R. Winter, and Dothang Truong
Summary: This paper investigated how willing participants were to fly during COVID-19, and found that their major concerns involved fear and trust issues with airlines, information, and other people.
Examining Aviation Navigation Display Symbology in Visual Search
By: Navaneethan Sivagnanasundaram, Evan Palmer, and Alex Chaparro
Summary: This paper investigated whether the design of air traffic symbols affected users speed and accuracy in identification, and which features of the symbols were most effective.
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Immunological and hematological outcomes following protracted low dose/low dose rate ionizing radiation and simulated microgravity
By: Amber Paul, et al.
Summary: An original research article describing the adaptation of the immune and hematological systems of mice post-simulated spaceflight exposure.
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Chinese hamster V79 cells’ dependence on background ionizing radiation for optimal growth
By: Hugo Castillo, et al.
Summary:This paper shows how high-throughput RNA sequencing can explore minute changes in gene regulation, a technique now widely used in experiments designed to predict how we will respond to life in space.
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Use of Augmented Reality by Older Adults
By: Jessyca L. Derby and Barbara S. Chaparro
Summary: This paper discusses how proposed AR heuristics apply to the older adult population and how these heuristics can enhance the benefits of AR technology.
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Using Escape Rooms for Conducting Team Research
By: Tara N. Cohen, Andrew C. Griggs, Joseph R. Keebler, Elizabeth H. Lazzara, Shawn Doherty, Falisha F. Kanji, and Bruce L. Gewertz
Summary: This paper discusses how escape rooms can be used in team research and the hurdles such as standardization, creating the room, and issues in translating performance to real-world environments.
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