Lisa Jo Elliott, Ph.D.

Lisa Jo Elliott, Ph.D.
Associate Teaching Professor of Psychology, Psychology program, Applied Clinical Psychology M.A. program, and Digital Media, Arts, and Technology program
133 Perry

Mailing Address:
ERIE PA 16563

Human Computer Interaction

Measuring mental models, Advances in Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences - September, 2022
Collaborator: Morgan Janney, Co-Author

Interdisciplinary approach to a coping skills app: A case study, The Journal of Interactive Technology & Pedagogy. - May 11, 2021
Collaborators: Antigoni Kotsiou, Student Author; Erica Juriasingani, Student Author; Marc Maramonte, Student Author; Christopher Shelton, Co-Author; Jacob Marsh, Co-Author; Richard Zhao, Co-Author

Quantifying video game expertise - July 1, 2020
Collaborators: Tyler Hampton, Co-Author; Jessica McCoy, Co-Author; Kathryn Kriebs, Co-Author; Melissa Rowlison, Co-Author; Autumn Waite, Co-Author; Abigail Blackwell, Co-Author

Assessing metacognitive skill in design and manufacturing - June, 2020
Collaborators: Faisal Aqlan, Co-Author; Richard Zhao, Co-Author; Morgan Janney, Co-Author

Multiplayer physical and virtual reality games for team-based manufacturing simulation - June, 2020
Collaborators: Richard Zhao, Co-Author; Faisal Aqlan, Co-Author; Ethan Baxter, Co-Author

The impact of user experience with technology on course expectations: How ubiquitous computing has trained students to be consumers of media in the classroom - February, 2020

Toward smart internet of things (IoT) devices: Exploring the regions of interest for recognition of facial expressions using eye-gaze tracking - February, 2020
Collaborators: Abdallah Abdallah Abousheaisha, Co-Author; Daniel Donley, Co-Author

Measuring problem-solving skills with virtual reality, Industrial Engineer - February, 2020
Collaborators: Faisal Aqlan, Co-Author; Richard Zhao, Co-Author

Developing a virtual reality game for manufacturing education - August, 2019
Collaborators: Richard Zhao, Co-Author; Faisal Aqlan, Co-Author; Heather Lum, Co-Author

A study of metacognitive problem solving in undergraduate engineering students., Advances in Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences - June, 2019
Collaborators: Heather Lum; Faisal Aqlan; Richard Zhao; Catherine Lasher, Co-Author

The effect of screen size on reading speed: A comparison of three screens to print, Advances in Human Factors in Training, Education, and Learning Sciences - June, 2019
Collaborators: Medina Ljubijanac, Co-Author; Danielle Wieczorek, Co-Author

The digital divide and usability - February, 2019

Code for America as an instructional resource for teaching user centered design and accessibility - June, 2017
Collaborator: Angie Brunk, Co-Author

Keeping the HF/UX curriculum current with the critical decision method - January, 2016

The mapping problem: Three novel paradigms in studying haptic and cognitive mapping of robotic control - 2015
Collaborators: Stephen Hottman; William Christian; Kyle Reed, Co-Author

Beyond Facebook: The generalization of social networking site measures, Computers in Human Behavior - 2014
Collaborator: V. Polykova, Co-Author

Teaching undergraduates about human factors through research in usability. - 2013

Automation and autonomy in unmanned aircraft systems - 2012
Collaborator: Bryan Stewart

Detect, sense and avoid - 2012
Collaborators: Jeremy Schwark; Matthew Rambert

Unmanned aerial systems for geospatial data - 2012
Collaborator: Catriana Steele

Student perceived and actual learning about psychology through participation in research, Teaching of Psychology - 2010
Collaborators: Stephen Rice; David Trafimow; Laura Madson; Malisa Hipshur

The maze task: Measuring forced incremental sentence processing time, Behavioral Research Methods - 2009
Collaborators: Christine Guerrera, Co-Author; Kenneth Forster, Co-Author

Eliciting user analogies to improve documentation - October, 2005
Collaborator: Peter Foltz, Co-Author

PhD, Psychology, New Mexico State University

MA, Experimental Psychology, New Mexico State University

BA, Psychology, The University of Arizona