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Should I Drive or Should I Talk?

Thursday, November 5
3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. CST
Room 1130, Mechanical Engineering Building

Part of the Fall 2009 Advanced Transportation Technologies Seminar Series.

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Summary

The previously scheduled seminar topic, "Considerations for Aging Road Users," to be presented by Clemson University assistant professor psychology Johnell Brooks, has been changed due to illness.

HumanFIRST research associate Ensar Becic will discuss driving and talking in a presentation about the impact of driving on conversation and the location of the person speaking.

Speaker

Ensar Becic is a research associate with the HumanFIRST Program at the University of Minnesota. His research interests include attentional mechanisms and their operation in applied context, aging, and attenuation of cognitive decline. Becic received his doctorate in Psychology (Visual Cognition and Human Performance) from the University of Illinois.

More information

Contact Shawn Haag, 612-625-5608 or haag0025@umn.edu.