Welcome to the Aging Driver and Pedestrian Safety project, a series of Human Factors studies on transportation systems. This series of studies is designed to help aid the Florida Department of Transportation in its effort of maintaining safe roadways by providing research and insight into the regulation and policy decisions made by the department.
This project is lead by Drs. Neil Charness and Walter Boot of the FSU Psychology Department and is partnered with Gail Holley of the Florida Department of Transportation.
Participate in Paid Research Studies
We are currently looking for residents local to Leon, Jefferson, Wakulla, or Gadsden County, Florida who are interested in participating in paid research studies. If you would like to get paid to participate in research studies in our lab, please click here.
Work in the Lab
We are always on the lookout for reliable, mature, and detail-oriented undergraduate students who are interested in conducting research in Cognitive Psychology. If you possess these qualities and are interested in working in the lab as a Directed Independent Study student or Augmented Honors Directed Independent Study student, please fill out our online form located at http://www.cary-stothart.net/charness_dis_application.php (page will open in a new window).