Human Factors

▪ Adaptive expertise in health care-Schraagen

▪ Cognitive ability and expertise in learning to perform minimally invasive surgery-Schraagen

▪ Data-acquisitie systeem voor het meten van emotionele stress – Zorginstelling Severinus, Veldhoven

▪ Decreasing accidents of young drivers-Verwey

▪ Design requirements for timing and visualization of wearable biofeedback to support awareness of physiological

▪ Efficient mind reading with the Stroop semantic priming test-Schmettow

▪ Internship: Embodiment of Wearable Technology-Noordzij

▪ Getting lost in the anatomy: Surgical navigation in minimally invasive surgery-Schmettow

▪ Graduating at the Ifado: various types of assignments (for example EEC and Cognitive Ergonomics)-Verwey

▪ Helping clients develop safe, usable and satisfying medical products

▪ How do perceptions of self-motion develop over time?-van der Lubbe

▪ Internship Master thesis assignment description Serious Gaming for training adaptability

Learning complex motor procedures-Schmettow

▪ Learning styles test-Verwey

Learning to play music-Verwey

Master thesis under the Living Smart Campus program

▪ Measuring workload in helicopter control using NIRS-Verwey

Psychofysiologie in het verpleeghuis-Noordzij

Onderzoekstage/scriptieonderzoek verkeerspsychologie-Verwey

Reliability of Wearable technology – Quality of the E4-Noordzij

Self-efficacy and the active user paradox – what makes people learn the new tricks?

▪ Stage/afstudeeropdracht Rijsimulator bij Green Dino

▪ Thesis Human Factors in maritime operations

▪ Validitiy of anaylsis tools for skin conductance signals from wearable technology-Noordzij

▪ What is the estimated time of negative mood and stress to cause craving?-van Lier

▪ Where do biases in visual perception of self-motion come from?-Noordzij