- Professor, Clemson University Department of Psychology
- Director, Clemson Human Factors Institute
- Faculty Associate, Institute for Engaged Aging
- Fellow, Human Factors and Ergonomics Society
- Fellow, American Psychological Association
Dr. Pak is a professor of psychology and director of the Clemson Human Factors Institute. His primary research interests center on the psychological factors surrounding the design and use of autonomous technology.
Machines that exhibit autonomy will increasingly become prevalent in all facets of daily life and may have an unusually large impact on the daily functioning of older adults by assisting their health, transportation, or even employment. Thus, it is imperative that we design autonomous machines to be understandable and usable for people of all ages.
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- Individual differences in attention and working memory
- Human-automation interaction
- Human-robot interaction
- Ph.D., Psychology, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005.
- M.S., Psychology, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2001.
- B.S., Applied Psychology, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1997.
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