Corey Fallon is a human factors psychologist at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory with a MS in human factors psychology and a PhD in experimental psychology with applied experience working as a cognitive systems engineer. Fallon has studied a variety of constructs in human factors psychology throughout his career, including decision-making, emotion, situation awareness, personality, and stress. Fallon’s work at PNNL has focused on studying the human factors risks associated with the integration of new tools into existing workflows and developing training and design solution to mitigate these risks. His primary area of research focus is on human-machine teaming with a particular emphasis on improving interaction with artificial intelligence.
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