Allison Garibaldi

Graduate Teaching Assistant
B.S. Psychology
Email: Alli.gari@knights.ucf.edu

Allison is a third year doctoral student in the Human Factors and Cognitive Psychology program at The University of Central Florida. She earned her B.S. in Psychology at The University of Florida in December of 2017. Her current research interests are social factors and individual differences in vigilance and technology use.

 

 

 

Nicolas Uszak, M.A.

Graduate Research Assistant
M.A in Human Factors and Cognitive Psychology
Design for Usability Certificate- Industrial Engineering
B.A. Psychology
Minor in Philosophy
Email: unuszak@knights.ucf.edu

Nick is a fifth year doctoral student in the Applied Experimental and Human Factors Psychology program at UCF. Nick earned his B.A. in Psychology from Cleveland State University and M.A. from the University of Central Florida. His research interests include motivation as it relates to vigilance and human performance.

 

 

Grace Waldfogle, M.A.

Graduate Teaching Assistant
M.A. in Human Factors and Cognitive Psychology
B.S. Psychology, Human Factors and Design
Email: GraceWaldfogle@knights.ucf.edu

Grace is a fourth year doctoral student in the Human Factors and Cognitive Psychology program at The University of Central Florida. She earned her B.S. in Psychology, Human Factors and Design at The Pennsylvania State University, followed by her Master’s degree at UCF.

Her current research interests are training for vigilance as well as how individual differences contribute to variations in performance. Furthermore, Grace’s dissertation topic focuses on the vigilance taxonomy through a remote work lens. When Grace is not teaching, writing, or reading, you can find her binging shows on Netflix and learning more about usability and design.