Benjamin A. Clegg - Department of Psychology, Colorado State University

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Ben Clegg is a Professor of Cognitive Psychology in the Department of Psychology at Colorado State University.

Current research: I conduct research investigating a variety of aspects of human performance and cognitive engineering, particularly how to apply principles from cognitive psychology and engineering psychology to real-world tasks and skills. My work examines issues such as training and the use of automation. The focus of my basic research is on sequencing and sequence learning, including implicit learning.

Undergraduate students research assistant opportunities: If you are a current undergraduate at CSU who is interested in working in the lab, send an email to clegglab@gmail.com and let us know who you are, and why you are interested in this lab in particular. Please do keep trying if you are excited about this potential research opportunity. You can also check out some of the graduate programs that former lab members have gone on to.

Graduate students opportunities: If you are thinking of applying to the Cognitive PhD Program here at Colorado State, and might be interested in working with me, then please send me an email telling me a little bit about your research interests - benjamin.clegg@colostate.edu. There is also some information on the current and former Clegg Lab Members.

Cognitive Program: The Cognitive Psychology program at Colorado State includes a number of faculty with interests in human performance and perception, and learning & memory - Anne Cleary, Ed DeLosh, Matthew Rhodes, Carol Seger, and Jessi Witt.

Location: We are in the Behavioral Sciences Building on the Colorado State University main campus in Fort Collins, Colorado. The lab is located on the south end of the building.

Research & publications

I have publications in both basic and applied research. My basic research publications include work on Implicit Learning and Sequencing, and my applied work includes studies of Training, Automated Systems, Situation Awareness, Driving, and Tactile Cues. For more information look at the pages for Research, and for recent and upcoming publications check out Lab News.

Benjamin Clegg