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Daniel Quinn

Daniel Quinn / dbquinn@g.clemson.edu / Office: Brackett Hall 410K

Research Interests

  • Human-automation interaction
  • Human-robot interaction
  • Trust formation and repair
  • Technological anthropomorphism
  • Age-related changes in cognition

Education

  • BS., Psychology, Virginia Commonwealth University, 2013
  • MS., Applied Psychology, Clemson University, Expected December 2017
  • PhD., Human Factors Psychology, Clemson University, Expected May 2019

Professional Affiliations

  • Human Factors and Ergonomics Society National Chapter
  • Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Clemson Student Chapter
  • American Psychological Association
    • Division 21, Engineering Psychology and Applied Experimental

Proceedings

  • Quinn, D. B. & Edewaard, D. E. (2018, September). Exploring the combined effects of conspicuity aids and safety automation on vulnerable road user recognition. Poster presented at the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA.
  • Kohn, S. C., Quinn, D. B., Pak, R., de Visser, E. J., & Shaw, T. H. (2018, September). Trust repair strategies with self-driving vehicles: an exploratory study. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting (Vol. 62, No. 1, pp. 1108-1112). Los Angeles, CA: SAGE Publications.
  • Quinn, D. B., Leidheiser, W., Kohn S. C., Pak, R., & de Visser, E. J. (2018, August). Individual differences in perceptions of autonomy. Poster Presented at the American Psychological Association. San Francisco, CA
  • Edewaard, D. E. & Quinn, D. B. (2018, April). Exploring the combined effects of conspicuity aids and safety automation on vulnerable road user recognition. Poster presented at the Southeastern Human Factors Applied Research Conference. Clemson, SC.
  • Vestal, G., Quinn, D. B., Kennedy, C., Guy, A. (2018, April). Examining eye gaze and the effects of automation failure bias on hazard detection and recognition. Poster presented at the Southeastern Human Factors Applied Research Conference. Clemson, SC.
  • Quinn, D. B., Leidheiser, L., Kohn, S. C., Pak, R., & de Visser, E. J. (2018, April). Critical differences in the perceptions of human and autonomous drivers. Poster presented at Technology Mind and Society. Washington, DC.
  • Quinn, D. B., Pak, R., & de Visser, E. J. (2017, September). Testing the efficacy of human-human trust repair strategies with machines. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting (Vol. 61, No. 1, pp. 1794-1798). Los Angeles, CA: SAGE Publications.
  • Quinn, D. B., Pak, R. de Visser, E. (2017, August). The efficacy of social trust repair strategies in human-automation interaction. Poster presented at the American Psychological Association. Washington, DC.
  • Quinn, D. B., Pak, R., de Visser, E. (2017, July). Trust repair in autonomy part 2: evaluating the effectiveness of human-inspired trust repair strategies with automation. Presented at the Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics 8th Annual Meeting. Los Angeles, CA.
  • Quinn, D. B., Pak, R., & de Visser, E. (2017, April). Repairing trust in human-autonomy interactions. Poster presented at the Southeastern Applied Human Factors Applied Research Conference 1st Annual Meeting. Raleigh, NC.
  • Baldwin, N. K., Quinn, D. B., & Pak, R. (2016, September). The effects of olfactory environmental cues on prospective memory. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting (Vol. 60, No. 1, pp. 1789-1793). SAGE Publications.
  • Baldwin, N. K., Quinn, D. B., Pak, R. (2015, August). Understanding the contours of trust in automation in older adults: the effects of technology domain, reliability, and level of automation. Presented at the American Psychological Association 123rd Annual Meeting. Toronto, ON.

Professional Experience

  • Intern
    • User Experience Researcher
      • Intelligent Solutions Group at John Deere
      • Moline Technology Innovation Center at John Deere
    • Qualitative Research Analyst
      • Kurland Research Laboratory at Virginia Commonwealth University
    • Applied Research Consultant
      • Physical Product Design
        • Campus-wide Waste Bin Signage Analysis & Redesign, Facilities Department at Clemson University
        • Football Tailgating Recycling System Analysis, Facilities Department at Clemson University
        • Student Evaluation System Analysis & Redesign, Academic Success Center at Clemson University
        • Manufacturing Workstation Ergonomics Analysis, Kautex, Inc.
        • Manufacturing Workstation Ergonomics Analysis, US Engine Valve
      • Digital Product Design
        • Customer Satisfaction Survey, Clemson University Facilities
        • Web Usability Analysis & Redesign: BB&T Corporation
        • Web Usability Analysis & Redesign: BodyTherapy, Inc.
      • Graduate Research Assistant
        • Human-Automation Interaction Researcher, Cognition, Aging, & Technology Laboratory at Clemson University
        • Lab Manager, Cognition, Aging, & Technology Laboratory at Clemson University

Teaching Experience

  • Instructor of Record
    • Cognitive Psychology (PSYC 3330), Clemson University
    • Laboratory in Cognitive Psychology (PSYC 3340), Clemson University
  • Graduate Teaching Assistant
    • Advanced Experimental Psychology (PSYC 3100), Clemson University
    • Introductory Experimental Psychology (PSYC 3090), Clemson University

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