|Biography:||Daniel Carruth is an Assistant Research Professor in the Human Factors and Ergonomics research group. He earned his PhD in the Applied Cognitive Science program in the Psychology Department at MSU in Summer 2008. Dr. Carruth leads a number of projects in the Driving Simulation Lab and the Human Performance Lab. |
|Research Interest: ||Daniel Carruth is interested in human perception, cognition and action in the context of real-world whole body tasks. Dr. Carruth's research interests currently include investigations of cognitive and physical factors impacting human performance in athletic, law enforcement and military domains. Dr. Carruth works with digital human models and develops and uses virtual environments for simulation and training.|
|Publications: ||Bethel, C. L., Carruth, D., Garrison, T. M., & King, R. (2015). Robot Needs Assessment and Issues Discovered from Tactical SWAT Team Exercises. NATO CSO STO AVT-241/RSM-022 Technological and Operational Problems Connected with UGV Application for Future Military Operations. Rseszow, Poland. |
Thomas, M. D., & Carruth, D. (2015). Active Shooter Training: Data Based Recommendations for Retraining Depreciable Skills. Journal of Law Enforcement. 4(3), 1-21. [Abstract] [Document Site]
Bethel, C. L., May, D., Carruth, D., Strawderman, L., Holler, K., Louine, J., & Rogers, S. (2014). Using Robots in Criminal Justice Applications: Experiments in Policing, Gathering Sensitive Data from Bullying Victims, and Military Policing. Annual Meetings of the Southern Criminal Justice Association. Clearwater, FL.
Lalejini, A., Sween, R., Bethel, C. L., & Carruth, D. (2014). Evaluation of Supervisory Control Interfaces for Mobile Robot Integration with Tactical Teams. 2014 IEEE International Workshop on Advanced Robotics and its Social Impacts. Evanston, IL.
Carruth, D., & Littell, N. (2007). Leveraging CATIA V5 and Virtools for Environment Simulation . COE 2007 Annual PLM Conference & TechniFair. Las Vegas, Nevada. [Abstract]
|Total Publications by this Author: 58|