GABRIELLA MARIE HANCOCK, PH.D - College of Liberal Arts

 
GABRIELLA MARIE HANCOCK, PH.D.

                        1250 Bellflower Boulevard, Long Beach, CA 90840
                                        (562) 985 - 4856
                                  Gabriella.Hancock@csulb.edu

Academic History
Ph.D., Applied Experimental and Human Factors Psychology, Performance Research Laboratory,
Department of Psychology, College of Sciences, University of Central Florida, May 2017. Dissertation: An
Exploration of the Feasibility of Functional Near‐Infrared Spectroscopy as a Neurofeedback Cueing
System for the Mitigation of the Vigilance Decrement.

M.S.I.E., Industrial Engineering, Department of Industrial Engineering and Management Systems,
College of Engineering and Computer Sciences, University of Central Florida, May 2014.

M.Sc., Applied Physiology and Kinesiology (concentration in Biobehavioral Science), Performance
Psychology Laboratory, Department of Applied Physiology and Kinesiology, College of Health and
Human Performance, University of Florida, August 2011. Thesis: The Impact of Emotions and
Predominant Emotion Regulation Technique on the Cardiac and Motor Mechanisms Underlying
Expertise in Driving.

B.Sc., Psychology with Honors, Burnett Honors College, University of Central Florida, May 2008. Summa
Cum Laude. (Overall GPA: 3.904, Major GPA: 4.0). Degree Completed in THREE years.

Trinity Preparatory School, Winter Park, FL, 32792 Graduation: June 2005 Cumulative GPA: 3.83

International Continuing Education
Christ Church College, Oxford University (Oxford, United Kingdom)
        The Life and Times of Richard III (2012)
        The Wars of the Roses (2013)
        'A World Turned Upside Down'?: Revolutionary England from Civil War to Cromwell (2014)
        Mary, Queen of Scots (2016)

Work Experience
Assistant Professor
     California State University, Long Beach, Psychology Department (2017 – present)
Instructor of Record/Graduate Teaching Assistant
     University of Central Florida’s Psychology Department (2011 – 2017)
Content Tutor
     University of Florida’s University Athletics Association (2010 – 2011)
Research Assistant
     University of Florida’s Department of History under Dr. Robert A. Hatch (2010 – 2011)
Applied Human Anatomy Teaching Assistant
     University of Florida’s Department of Applied Physiology and Kinesiology (2008 – 2010)
Research Assistant
     The Multiple University Research Initiative (MURI) MIT2 Laboratory, University of Central
        Florida (2007 – 2008)
     The Applied Cognition and Technology (ACAT) Laboratory, University of Central Florida (2007–
        2008)
Physical Science Supplemental Instruction Leader
     University of Central Florida’s Student Academic Resource Center (2006–2008)
Hancock, G.M.                                                                                            2

Honors and Awards
Research Awards
Aerospace Human Factors Association Award Committee’s Honorable Mention for the 2018 Stanley N.
Roscoe Award for Best Doctoral Dissertation
Recipient of the University of Central Floridaʹs Graduate Presentation Fellowship ($800), Fall 2016.
Recipient of UCF Conference, Registration, and Travel Committee Allocation ($250), Fall 2016.
Student Member with Honors Award of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Fall 2015.
Recipient of the University of Central Floridaʹs Graduate Presentation Fellowship ($800), Summer 2015.
Recipient of University of Central Florida’s Graduate Student Council Travel Grant ($300), Fall 2011.
Winner: University of Florida, Graduate Student Council, Interdisciplinary Research Conference Winner,
$250 Travel/Research Grant, Spring 2010.

Teaching Awards
UCF College of Sciences’ Honorable Mention for Excellence in Graduate Student Teaching, January 2017.
LEAD Scholars Academyʹs Inspire Programʹs Outstanding Student Leader for Womenʹs History Month,
March 2016.
Winner: American Psychological Association of Graduate Students 2015 Teaching Excellence in
Psychological Science Award ($500), Spring 2015.
Winner: Embry‐Riddleʹs Human Factors and Applied Psychology Student Conference Excellence in
Graduate Presentation Prize ($75), Spring 2014.
Certificate of Appreciation from the U.S. Army for IED Training, Schofield Barracks, HI; Spring 2012.
Certificate of Appreciation from the U.S. Army for IED Training, Ft. Stewart, GA; Fall 2011.
Nominated as the Department of Applied Physiology and Kinesiology Candidate for the All‐University
of Florida’s Graduate School Graduate Student Teaching Award, Spring 2010.

Scholarly Awards
As UCF Student Chapter President: Outstanding Student Chapter Award (Gold Level) of the Human
Factors and Ergonomics Society, Fall 2015.
The College Board’s AP Scholar with Distinction Award
National Honor Society (10th, 11th, 12th grade)
National French Honor Society (10th, 11th, 12th grade)
National Society of Collegiate Scholars (2006 – present)
Golden Key International Honor Society (2007 – present)
Psi Chi Honor Society (2008 – present)
Pi Delta Phi Honor Society (2008 – present)
Phi Kappa Phi International Honor Society (2008 – present)
Delta Epsilon Iota Honor Society (2012 ‐ present)
UCF Student Government Association’s Certificate of Appreciation (2006, 2007)

Refereed Publications

   1) Hancock, P.A., Kaplan, A.D., Cruit, J., Hancock, G.M., MacArthur, K.R.* & Szalma, J.L. (In
      preparation). A meta‐analysis of flow effects on the perception of time.

   2) Neigel, A.N., Epling, S.L., Claypoole, V.L., Hancock, G.M., Fraulini, N.W., Helton, W.S. &
      Szalma, J.L. (In preparation). Engaging the human operator: A critical review of the theoretical
      support for the vigilance decrement.

   3) Hughes, A.M., Hancock, G.M., Marlow, S.L., Stowers, K. & Salas, E. (Revise & Resubmit).
      Cardiac measures of cognitive workload: A meta‐analysis.
Hancock, G.M.                                                                                          3

   4) Hancock, G.M. (Revise & Resubmit). Moving targets: The effect of static versus dynamic stimuli
      on vigilance performance.

   5) Claypoole, V.L., Neigel, A.R., Fraulini, N.W., Hancock, G.M., & Szalma, J.L. (In press). Can
      vigilance tasks be administered online? A replication and discussion. Journal of Experimental
      Psychology: Human Perception and Performance.

   6) Hancock, G.M. (2018). Decomposing the design of time: Commentary on “On the Design of
      Time”. Ergonomics in Design: The Quarterly of Human Factors Applications, 26(2), 17‐18.

   7) Neigel, A.R., Claypoole, V.L., Hancock, G.M., Fraulini, N.W., & Szalma, J.L. (2018). Ceci n’est pas
      un walrus: Lexical processing in vigilance performance. Experimental Brain Research, 236, 867‐879.

   8) Szalma, J.L., Daly, T.N., Teo, G.W.L., Hancock, G.M., & Hancock, P.A. (2018). Training for
      vigilance on the move: A video game‐based paradigm for sustained attention. Ergonomics, 61(4),
      482‐505.

   9) Fraulini, N.W., Hancock, G.M., Neigel, A.R., Claypoole, V.L., & Szalma, J.L. (2017). A critical
      examination of the research and theoretical underpinnings discussed in Thomson, Besner, and
      Smilek (2017). Psychological Review, 124(4), 525‐531.

   10) Stowers, K., Leyva, K., Hancock, G.M., & Hancock, P.A. (2016). Life or death by robot?
       Ergonomics in Design: The Quarterly of Human Factors Applications, 24(3), 17‐22.

   11) Hancock, G.M., Schmidt‐Daly, T.N., Fanfarelli, J., Wolfe, J.L., & Szalma, J.L. (2016). Is e‐reader
       technology killing or kindling the reading experience? Ergonomics in Design: The Quarterly of
       Human Factors Applications, 24(1), 25‐30.

   12) Hancock, P.A., Hancock, G. M., & Sawyer, B.D. (2015). Cybernomics and the implications of
       cyber‐deception. The Ergonomist, 537, 12‐14.

   13) Beatty, G.F., Fawver, B., Hancock, G.M., & Janelle, C.J. (2014). Regulating emotions uniquely
       modifies reaction time, rate of force production, and accuracy of a goal‐directed motor
       action. Human Movement Science, 33, 1‐13.

   14) Hancock, P.A., & Hancock, G.M. (2014). The effects of age, sex, body temperature, heart rate, and
       time of day on the perception of time in life. Time & Society, 23(2), 195‐211.

   15) Hancock, G.M., Hancock, P.A., & Janelle, C.M. (2012). The impact of emotions and predominant
       emotion regulation technique on driving performance. Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment
       and Rehabilitation, 41, 5882‐5885.

   16) Hancock, G.M., & Hancock, P.A. (2010). Can technology create instant experts? The Ergonomist,
       480, 4‐5.

   17) Hancock, P.A., Hancock, G.M., & Warm, J.S. (2009). Individuation: The N=1 revolution.
       Theoretical Issues in Ergonomic Science, 10 (5), 481‐488.

   18) Hancock, P.A., & Hancock, G.M. (2009). The moulding and melding of mind and machine. The
       Ergonomist, 464, 12‐13.
Hancock, G.M.                                                                                              4

Chapters
   1) Neigel, A.N., & Hancock, G.M. (In preparation). Thanatology and human factors: Current
      research and future directions. Critical Issues Impacting Science, Technology, Society (STS) and Our
      Future.

   2) Hancock, G.M. (In press). Psychophysical equivalence of static versus dynamic stimuli in a two
      alternative forced choice detection task. In: H. Ayaz & F. Dehais (Eds.), Neuroergonomics: The Brain
      at Work and in Everyday Life. Elsevier, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

   3) Hancock, G.M. & Hancock, P.A. (2014). Stress reactivity. In: R.C. Eklund & G. Tenenbaum (Eds.),
      Encyclopedia of Sport and Exercise Psychology. (pp. 723‐725), Sage Publishing, Thousand Oaks, CA.

   4) Hancock, P.A., & Hancock, G.M. (2013). Human‐machine interaction. In: B. Kaldis (Ed.),
      Encyclopedia for the Philosophy of the Social Sciences. (pp.438‐441), Sage Publishing, Thousand Oaks,
      CA.

   5) Szalma, J.L., Hancock, G.M., & Hancock, P.A. (2012). Task loading and stress in human‐
      computer interaction: Theoretical frameworks and mitigation strategies. In: A. Sears and J.A.
      Jacko (Eds.), Handbook of Human‐Computer Interaction, (3rd Edition). (pp.55‐75), CRC Press, Boca
      Raton, FL.

   6) Hancock, P.A. & Hancock, G. M. (2007). Is there a superhero in all of us? In: G. Yeffreth (Ed.) The
      psychology of superheroes. (pp. 105‐117), Benbella Books: Dallas, TX.

Conference Publications
   1) Neigel, A.R., Dever, D.A.*, Claypoole, V.L., Fraulini, N.W., La Fleur, C.G., Hancock, G.M., &
      Szalma, J.L. (Accepted). Sex differences in lexical vigilance performance. Proceedings of the 62nd
      Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

   2) Neigel, A.R., Claypoole, V.L., Dever, D.A.*, La Fleur, C.G., Fraulini, N.W., Hancock, G.M., &
      Szalma, J.L. (Accepted). Sex differences in the stress and workload of lexical vigilance.
      Proceedings of the 62nd Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

   3) Hancock, G.M. (2018). Psychophysiological cueing and the vigilance decrement function.
      Proceedings of the 20th Triennial Congress of the International Ergonomics Association.

   4) Kaplan, A.D., Cruit, J., Hancock, G.M., & Hancock, P.A. (2018). Time perception as a measure of
      psychological flow: A meta‐analysis. Proceedings of the 20th Triennial Congress of the
      International Ergonomics Association.

   5) Sanders, T., MacArthur, K.R.*, Volante, W., Hancock, G.M., MacGillivray, T.*, Shugars, W.*, &
      Hancock, P.A. (2017). Trust and prior experience in human‐robot interaction. Proceedings of the
      61st Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

   6) Hancock, G.M., & Sawyer, B.D. (2015). A heuristic‐based re‐evaluation of the IBM Academic
      Initiative Project interface. Proceedings of the 19th Triennial Congress of the International
      Ergonomics Association, 333.
Hancock, G.M.                                                                                            5

   7) Hancock, G.M. (2015). Self‐determination theory and the rise of the e‐reader. Proceedings of the
      19th Triennial Congress of the International Ergonomics Association, 334.

   8) MacArthur, K.R.*, & Hancock, G.M. (2015). Deindividuation of drivers: Is everyone else a bad
      driver? Proceedings of the 19th Triennial Congress of the International Ergonomics Association,
      282.

   9) Teo, G.W.L., Schmidt, T.N., Szalma, J.L., Hancock, G.M., & Hancock, P.A. (2014). The effects of
      individual differences on vigilance training and performance in a dynamic vigilance task.
      Proceedings of the 58th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 58(1),
      964‐968.

   10) Hancock, G.M., & Szalma, J.L. (2014). Investigation of static versus dynamic stimulus
       presentation in vigilance performance. Program of the 2014 Human Factors and Applied
       Psychology Student Conference, 34 (Abstract Only). (Winner: Excellence in Graduate
       Presentation Award).

   11) Hancock, G.M., & Szalma, J.L. (2014). Battle of the books: Attitudes and preferences regarding
       use of e‐reader technology versus traditional books. Program of the 2014 Human Factors and
       Applied Psychology Student Conference, 33 (Abstract Only).

   12) Schmidt, T.N., Teo, G.W.L., Hancock, G.M., Amicarelle, Z.*, Szalma, J.L., & Hancock, P.A. (2013).
       Action video game players and vigilance performance. Proceedings of the 57th Annual Meeting
       of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 57(1), 1450‐1454.

   13) Teo, G.W.L., Schmidt, T.N., Szalma, J.L., Hancock, G.M., & Hancock, P.A. (2013). The Effects of
       Feedback in Vigilance Training on Performance, Workload, Stress and Coping. Proceedings of
       the 57th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 57(1), 1119‐1123.

   14) Hancock, G.M. (2013). Attenuating the vigilance performance decrement via biofeedback cueing.
       Program of the 2013 Human Factors and Applied Psychology Student Conference, 31 (Abstract
       Only).

   15) Schmidt, T.N., Teo, G.W.L., Szalma, J.L., Hancock, G.M., & Hancock, P.A. (2012). The effect of
       video game play on performance in a vigilance task. Proceedings of the 56th Annual Meeting of
       the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 56(1), 1544‐1547.

   16) Teo, G.W.L., Schmidt, T.N., Szalma, J.L., Hancock, G.M., & Hancock, P.A. (2012). The effect of
       knowledge of results for training vigilance in a video game‐based environment. Proceedings of
       the 56th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 56(1), 1421‐1425.

   17) Teo, G.W.L., Szalma, J.L., Schmidt, T.N., Hancock, G.M., & Hancock, P.A. (2012). Evaluating
       vigilance in a dynamic environment: Methodological issues and proposals. Proceedings of the
       56th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 56(1), 1586‐1590.

   18) Liutvinskaite, J., Hancock, G.M., Schmidt, T.N., & Fanfarelli, J. (2012). E‐book technology: Killing
       or kindling the reading experience? Program of the Human Factors and Applied Psychology
       Student Conference, 42 (Abstract Only).

   19) Hancock, G.M., & Janelle, C. M. (2011). Impact of emotions and predominant emotion regulation
       technique on the cardiac activity and muscular control underlying expert and non‐expert driving
Hancock, G.M.                                                                                             6

        performance. Program of the Human Factors and Applied Psychology Student Conference, 40
        (Abstract Only).

   20) Hancock, G.M., & Beatty, G.F. (2011). Does emotion regulation technique effect ballistic motor
       force production? Program of the University of Florida’s Graduate Student Council
       Interdisciplinary Research Conference, 23 (Abstract Only).

   21) Beatty, G.F. & Hancock, G.M. (2010). Do automatic and deliberate emotion regulation techniques
       differentially impact motor force production? Program of the University of Florida’s National
       Science Foundation Research Day Conference, 29 (Abstract Only).

   22) Hancock, G. M. & Beatty, G. F. (2010). The effects of automatic and deliberate emotion
       regulation on sustained motor force production. Program of the University of Florida’s Graduate
       Student Council Interdisciplinary Research Conference, 39 (Abstract Only).

   23) Keellings, D.J., Hancock, G.M., & Hancock, P.A. (2010). Perception of time in life. Program of the
       Annual Meeting of the Florida Society of Geographers, 46, 23 (Abstract Only).

Scientific Presentations
   1)   Hancock, G.M. (Accepted). Creating Amazing Leaders. Presented as panel respondent at the 62nd
        Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society; Philadelphia, PA. October.

   2)   Hancock, G.M. (Accepted). Preparing for publish or perish. Presented as panel respondent for
        “Putting the Applied in Applied Psychology: Experiential Learning Projects in the HFE
        Classroom” at the 62nd Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society;
        Philadelphia, PA. October.

   3)   Hancock, G.M. (2018). Psychophysiological cueing and the vigilance decrement function. Paper
        presented at the 20th Triennial Congress of the International Ergonomics Association; Florence,
        Italy. August.

   4)   Kaplan, A.D., Cruit, J., Hancock, G.M., & Hancock, P.A. (2018). Time perception as a measure of
        psychological flow: A meta‐analysis. Paper presented at the 20th Triennial Congress of the
        International Ergonomics Association; Florence, Italy. August.

   5)   Robinette, M., & Hancock, G.M. (2018). The psychophysiological responses during cybersecurity
        attack using Email Testbed. CSULB Building Infrastructure Leading to Diversity (BUILD)
        Summer Symposium; Long Beach, CA. July.

   6)   Hancock, G.M. (2018). Human factors in den USA. Invited presentation at the HFES Europe
        Youth Chapter, Technische Universität Berlin; Berlin, Germany. May.

   7)   Hancock, G.M. (2017). Panel member and invited presentation at the symposium: “Fake News
        from the Past: Archeological Mysteries and the Psychology of Deception.” Given at the Johnson‐
        Humrickhouse Museum; Coshockton, OH. May.

   8)   Hancock, P.A., & Hancock, G.M. (2017). Zero‐time theory: Implications of the phenomenological
        super‐symmetricality of sentience in space‐time. Paper presented at the Interdisciplinary
        Conference on Human Performance. Port St. Lucie, FL. March.
Hancock, G.M.                                                                                             7

   9)   Hancock, G.M. (2017). Stress & workload: Psychophysiological mechanisms, individual
        differences, and technological interventions. Invited presentation at Rowan University; Glassboro,
        NJ. February.

   10) Hancock, G.M. (2016). Stress & workload: Psychophysiological mechanisms, individual
        differences, and technological interventions. Invited presentation at Old Dominion University;
        Norfolk, VA; December.

   11) Hancock, G.M. (2016). Stress & workload: Psychophysiological mechanisms, individual
        differences, and technological interventions. Invited presentation at California State University,
        Long Beach; Long Beach, CA; November.

   12) Hancock, G.M. (2016). Psychophysical equivalence of static versus dynamic stimuli in a two
        alternative forced choice detection task. Paper accepted for presentation at the 1st International
        Neuroergonomics Conference: The Brain at Work and in Everyday Life, Paris, France, October.

   13) Hancock, P.A., & Hancock, G.M. (2016). Time’s urgent delusion: Implications of the
        phenomenological super‐symmetricality of sentience in space‐time. Paper presented at the
        Sixteenth Triennial Conference of the International Society for the Study of Time, Edinburgh,
        Scotland. June‐July.

   14) Hancock, P.A., Parkhurst, E.L.*, MacGillivray, T.G.*, Yerdon, V.A., Volante, W.G., & Hancock,
        G.M. (2016). Accident events in automated vehicles. Paper presented at the 2016 Student
        Conference on Human Factors and Applied Psychology, Daytona Beach, FL. April.

   15) Walker, J.A.*, Hancock, G.M., Sims, V.K., & Hancock, P.A. (2016). Human factors of leadership:
        What the Tenerife plane crash taught the world about cockpit communication dynamics. Paper
        presented at the 2016 Student Conference on Human Factors and Applied Psychology, Daytona
        Beach, FL. April.

   16) Walker, J.A.*, Hancock, G.M., Sawyer, B.D., Karwowski, W., Sims, V.K., Hancock, P.A. (2016). An
        examination of individual differences in the context of vigilance. Paper presented at the University
        of Central Florida’s Annual Showcase of Undergraduate Research, Orlando, FL. April.

   17) Walker, J.A.*, Sawyer, B.D., Hancock, G.M., Karwowski, W., Sims, V.K., Hancock, P.A.
        (2016). Individual differences in working memory capacity and the role they play in performance
        on a feedback v. no feedback vigilance task. Paper presented at Tampa University’s Florida
        Undergraduate Research Conference, Tampa, FL. February.

   18) Hancock, P.A., & Hancock, G.M. (2015). The psychology of cognitive deception. Invited
        presentation to the Learning Institute for Elders (LIFE) at the University of Central Florida (UCF).
        September.

   19) Hancock, G.M., & Sawyer, B.D. (2015). A heuristic‐based re‐evaluation of the IBM Academic
        Initiative Project interface. Paper presented at the 19th Triennial Congress of the International
        Ergonomics Association, Melbourne, Australia. August.

   20) Hancock, G.M. (2015). Self‐determination theory and the rise of the e‐reader. Paper presented at
        the 19th Triennial Congress of the International Ergonomics Association, Melbourne, Australia.
        August.
Hancock, G.M.                                                                                          8

   21) MacArthur, K.R.*, & Hancock, G.M. (2015). Deindividuation of drivers: Is everyone else a bad
       driver? Paper presented at the 19th Triennial Congress of the International Ergonomics
       Association, Melbourne, Australia. August.

   22) Hancock, G.M. (2015). Under the needle: Ergonomic issues with lethal injection protocols. Paper
       presented at the 2015 Student Conference on Human Factors and Applied Psychology, Daytona
       Beach, FL. April.

   23) Teo, G.W.L., Schmidt, T.N., Szalma, J.L., Hancock, G.M., & Hancock, P.A. (2014). The effects of
       individual differences on vigilance training and performance in a dynamic vigilance task. Paper
       presented at the 58th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Chicago,
       IL. October.

   24) Hancock, G.M., & Szalma, J.L. (2014). Investigation of static versus dynamic stimulus
       presentation in vigilance performance. Paper presented at the 2014 Student Conference on
       Human Factors and Applied Psychology, Daytona Beach, FL. April. (Winner: Excellence in
       Graduate Presentation Award)

   25) Hancock, G. M., & Szalma, J.L. (2014). Battle of the books: Attitudes and preferences regarding
       use of e‐reader technology versus traditional books. Paper presented at the 2014 Student
       Conference on Human Factors and Applied Psychology, Daytona Beach, FL. April.

   26) MacArthur, K.R.*, Fund, I.*, Siler, J.*, Hancock, G.M., & Mouloua, M. (2014). Validating the
       continuum mysteriosum. Paper presented at the 60th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern
       Psychological Association, Nashville, TN. March.

   27) Hancock, G.M. (2013). Attenuating the vigilance performance decrement via biofeedback cueing.
       Paper presented at the 2013 Student Conference on Human Factors and Applied Psychology,
       Daytona Beach, FL. April.

   28) Teo, G.W.L., Schmidt, T.N., Szalma, J.L., Hancock, G.M., Hancock, P.A. (2012). The effect of
       knowledge of results for training vigilance in a video game‐based environment. Paper presented
       at the 56th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Boston, MA. October.

   29) Schmidt, T N., Teo, G.W.L., Szalma, J.L., Hancock, G.M., Hancock, P.A. (2012). The effect of
       video game play on performance in a vigilance task. Paper presented at the 56th Annual Meeting
       of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Boston, MA. October.

   30) Teo, G.W.L., Szalma, J.L., Schmidt, T.N., Hancock, G.M., & Hancock P.A. (2012). Evaluating
       vigilance in a dynamic environment: Methodological issues and proposals. Paper presented at
       the 56th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Boston, MA. October.

   31) Hancock, G.M. (2012). Biofeedback cueing for vigilance performance. Paper presented at the
       120th Annual Conference of the American Psychological Association, Orlando, FL. August.

   32) Hancock, G.M. & Janelle, C.M. (2012). Traffic accident history and its effects on driving‐specific
       motor control. Paper presented at the 120th Annual Conference of the American Psychological
       Association, Orlando, FL. August.
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   33) Schmidt, T.N., Hancock, G. M., Teo, G., Szalma, J.L., & Hancock, P.A. (2012). Event rate through
       a dynamic videogame environment in a vigilance task. Paper presented at the 120th Annual
       Conference of the American Psychological Association, Orlando, FL. August.

   34) Schmidt, T.N., Teo, G.W.L., Hancock, G.M., Szalma, J.L., & Hancock, P.A. (2012). IED detection
       under alerted conditions in a videogame based environment using a two‐alternative forced
       choice task. Paper presented at the 120th Annual Conference of the American Psychological
       Association, Orlando, FL. August.

   35) Teo, G.W.L., Hancock, G.M., Schmidt, T. N., Szalma, J. L., & Hancock, P.A. (2012). Effects of
       knowledge of results on vigilance training. Paper presented at the 120th Annual Conference of the
       American Psychological Association, Orlando, FL. August.

   36) Hancock, G.M. & Janelle, C.M. (2012). Emotion regulation strategies differentially affect driving‐
       specific motor control. Paper presented at the 2012 Conference of the North American Society for
       the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity. Honolulu, Hawaii. June.

   37) Szalma, J.L., Hancock, G. M., Schmidt, T.N., Teo, G.W.L., & Hancock, P.A. (2012). Sustained
       attention can be trained using a video game‐based task. Paper presented at the 24th Annual
       Convention of the American Psychological Society, Chicago, IL. May.

   38) Hancock, G.M., Hancock, P.A., & Janelle, C.M. (2012). The impact of emotions and predominant
       emotion regulation technique on driving performance. Paper presented at the 18th Triennial
       Congress of the International Ergonomics Association, Recife, Brazil. February.

   39) Hancock, G.M., & Janelle, C.M.     (2011). The impact of emotions and predominant emotion
       regulation technique on the cardiac activity underlying expert and non‐expert dual‐task driving
       performance. Paper presented at the Human Performance in Extreme Environments Conference,
       Las Vegas, NV. September.

   40) Hancock, G.M., & Janelle, C.M. (2011). The impact of emotions and predominant emotion
       regulation technique on the cardiac and motor mechanisms underlying expertise in driving.
       Paper presented at the 5th International Summer School on Aviation Psychology, Graz, Austria.
       July.

   41) Hancock, G.M., & Janelle, C. M. (2011). Impact of emotions and predominant emotion regulation
       technique on the cardiac activity and muscular control underlying expert and non‐expert driving
       performance. Paper presented at the Student Conference on Human Factors and Applied
       Psychology, Daytona Beach, FL. April.

   42) Hancock, G.M., & Beatty, G.F. (2011). Does emotion regulation technique effect ballistic motor
       force production? Paper presented at the University of Florida’s Graduate Student Council
       Interdisciplinary Research Conference, Gainesville, FL. January.

   43) Hancock, G.M. & Beatty, G.F. (2010). Automatic and deliberate emotion regulation strategies’
       effects on motor planning and sustained force output. Paper presented at the 6th Annual Florida
       Society of the Social Science Conference, Gainesville, FL, October.

   44) Beatty, G.F. & Hancock, G.M. (2010). Do automatic and deliberate emotion regulation techniques
       differentially impact motor force production? Paper presented at the University of Florida’s
       National Science Foundation Research Day, Gainesville, FL, October.
Hancock, G.M.                                                                                         10

   45) Costanzo, M.E., Beatty, G.F., Breeden, A., Fawver, B.J., Hancock, G.M., Janelle, C.M., Miller, M.,
       Oldham, J., Russell, B., Van Meter, J. & Hatfield, B.D. (2010). Examination of the brain processes
       underlying emotion regulation within a stress resilient population. Paper presented at the 2010
       University of Maryland School of Public Health Research Interaction Day, College Park, MD,
       October.

   46) Hancock, G.M., Keellings, D.J., & Hancock, P.A. (2010). Perception of time in life. Paper
       presented at the 2010 Meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Diego, CA,
       August.

   47) Hancock, P.A., Hancock, G.M., & Keellings, D.J. (2010). Assessing the future time of your life.
       Paper presented at the Fourteenth Triennial Conference of the International Society for the Study
       of Time, Monte Verde, Costa Rica, July.

   48) Hancock, P.A., Hancock, G.M., & Keellings, D.J. (2010). Psychogeography: The example of the
       spatial distribution of time in life. Paper presented at the Interdisciplinary Conference on Human
       Performance, Orlando, FL, March.

   49) Hancock, G.M. & Beatty, G.F. (2010). The effects of automatic and deliberate emotion regulation
       on sustained motor force production. Paper presented at the University of Florida’s Graduate
       Student Council Interdisciplinary Research Conference, Gainesville, FL. February. (Winner: 2010
       GSC Research Conference Winner, Travel/Research Grant).

   50) Hancock, G.M., Keellings, D.J. & Hancock, P.A. (2010). Perception of time in life. Paper presented
       at the 46th Annual Florida Society of Geographers Meeting, Tampa, FL, January.

   51) Hancock, G.M. (2009). Emotion and its effects on motor performance. Paper presented at the
       Southeastern Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics, Gainesville, FL, April.

   52) Sinatra, A.M., Sims, V.K., Chin, M.G., Lum, H.C., Ellis, L.U, Hancock, G.M., Raymond, M.,
       Baruch, A., Colombo, S., Leonessa, A., & Hudson, I. (2008). Natural speech toward humans and
       intelligent agents during a simulated search and rescue mission. Paper presented at the 26th
       Annual Army Science Conference, Orlando, Florida, December.

Professional Publications
   1) Hancock, G.M., Hughes, A.M., Sanders, T., Doutcheva, N.*, & Blickensderfer, B. (2017). HFE
      WOMAN’s Annual Luncheon: Austin 2017. HFES Bulletin, 60(10).

   2) Hughes, A.M., Blickensderfer, B., Hancock, G.M., Sanders, T., & Doutcheva, N.* (2017). RSVP to
      the women’s mentoring and networking lunch. HFES Bulletin, 60(9).

   3) Hughes, A.M., Blickensderfer, B., Hancock, G.M., Sanders, T., & Doutcheva, N.* (2017). Join us in
      discussing the future of the women’s group. HFES Bulletin, 60(9).

   4) Hancock, P.A. & Hancock, G.M. (2017). In Dublin’s fair city – workload is alive, alive‐o. HFES
      Bulletin, 60(8).

   5) Hancock, G.M. (2017). Navigating the academic path. HFES Education Technical Group Newsletter,
      Spring, 10‐12.
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   6) Hancock, G.M., Blickensderfer, B. & Hughes, A.M. (2017). Launch of HFE WOMAN Facebook
      Group. HFES Bulletin, 60(3).

   7) Hancock, G.M., Blickensderfer, B. & Hughes, A.M. (2016). HFES Women’s Networking
      Luncheon. HFES Bulletin, 59(11).

   8) Hancock, P.A., & Hancock, G.M. (2016). A Report on the First International Conference on
      Neuroergonomics. HFES Bulletin, 59(11).

   9) Hancock, G.M. (2015). Golden Knights in the Golden State: UCFʹs Annual Student Social. HFES
      Bulletin, 58(12), 5.

   10) Hancock, G.M. (2014). UCFʹs Windy City Student Social a Success. HFES Bulletin, 57(12), 12.

   11) Hancock, G.M. (2010). The day technology died. Accessible at: http://www.90soccer.com/first‐
       touch/the‐day‐technology‐died/

   12) Hancock, G. M. (2010). Another travesty paves the way for goal line technology: How many
       more will it take? Accessible at: http://www.90soccer.com/first‐touch/another‐travesty‐paves‐the‐
       way‐for‐goal‐line‐technology‐how‐many‐more‐will‐it‐take/

Technical Reports
   1) Hancock, P.A., Billings, D.R., Schaefer, K.E., & Hancock, G.M. (2012). Developing trust in people:
      A meta‐analysis of trust antecedents in interpersonal interactions. Technical Report.

Grants Awarded
2018‐2019 CSULB College of Liberal Arts’ Small Faculty Grant, $4700
2017‐2018 CSULB Building Infrastructure Leading to Diversity (BUILD) Initiative Mid‐Size Equipment
Grant, $18,500
2016 UCF Graduate Presentation Fellowship, $800
2016 UCF Conference, Registration, and Travel Committee Allocation, $250
2015 American Psychological Association of Graduate Students Teaching Excellence in Psychological
Science Award, $500 (One of only Two Awards at the National Level).
2015 UCF IEA Student Government Association Group Travel Senate Bill (Bill #47‐82), $6,495.20 for 3
conference attendees (as UCF HFES Student Chapter President)
2015 UCF HFES Student Government Association Group Travel Senate Bill (Bill #47‐100), $6,659.36 for 14
conference attendees (as UCF HFES Student Chapter President)
2015 UCF Student Government Association Financial Allocation Request for Guest Speaker Honorarium
(Request #47‐172), $1,000 (as UCF HFES Student Chapter President)
2015 UCF Graduate Presentation Fellowship, $800
2011 UCF Graduate Student Council Travel Grant, $300
2011 UCF Summer Mentoring Fellowship, $3500 stipend with full tuition coverage
2010 University of Florida, Graduate Student Council’s Interdisciplinary Research Conference Winner:
Travel/Research Grant, $250.

Grants Submitted
American Psychological Association of Graduate Students Basic Psychological Science Research Grant,
December 2014
American Psychological Foundation/Council of Graduate Departments of Psychology Graduate Research
Scholarships, June 2014
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Athena International Emerging Women Leader Fellowship, September 2013
University of Central Florida Summer Mentoring Fellowship, February 2011
National Science Foundation’s Graduate Research Fellowship, November 2009
Ford Foundation Diversity Fellowship, November 2009

Refereed Journal Reviewing
Consulting Reviewer:
Human Factors
Ergonomics
Theoretical Issues in Ergonomic Science
Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making
Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry
UCF Undergraduate Research Journal

Teaching Experience and Associated Evaluations
California State University, Long Beach
Instructor Overall Score Provided (out of 6)
                    Course                          Semester      G. Hancock        Department        College of
                                                                                                     Liberal Arts
PSY 327 Introduction to Human Factors – 03          Fall 2017           5.83             5.55            5.55
PSY 327 Introduction to Human Factors – 04          Fall 2017           5.85             5.55            5.55
       PSY 427/527 Human Factors                    Fall 2017           5.81             5.55            5.55

PSY 327 Introduction to Human Factors – 01        Spring 2018           5.79             5.57            5.57
PSY 327 Introduction to Human Factors – 02        Spring 2018           5.95             5.57            5.57
     PSY 627 Human Factors Methods                Spring 2018           5.80             5.57            5.57

University of Central Florida
Instructor Overall Score Provided (out of 4)
                    Course                         Semester       G. Hancock        Department        College of
                                                                                                       Sciences
 Science and Pseudoscience in Psychology           Fall 2011            3.29             3.18            3.02
 Science and Pseudoscience in Psychology          Spring 2012           3.45             3.17            3.02
 Science and Pseudoscience in Psychology           Fall 2012            3.55             3.16            2.99
 Science and Pseudoscience in Psychology           Fall 2013            3.59             3.25            3.07
 Science and Pseudoscience in Psychology          Spring 2014           3.66             3.27            3.07

Please note: UCF changed the scale from scores out of 4 (above) to scores out of 5 (below).

University of Central Florida
Instructor Overall Score Provided (out of 5)
                  Course                        Semester      G. Hancock       Department       College of   UCF
                                                                                                 Sciences
Science and Pseudoscience in Psychology         Fall 2014        4.63             4.30             4.23      4.17
        Physiological Psychology               Spring 2015       4.48             4.33             4.06      4.13
Principles of Human Factors Psychology         Spring 2016       4.68             4.33             4.10      4.15
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Please note: No departmental or college comparisons were provided for the University of Florida scores
below.

University of Florida
Instructor Overall Score Provided (out of 5)
           Course                            Semester               Section #                Score
   Human Anatomy Lab                         Fall 2008                2096                    4.41
                                                                      2098                    4.60
                                                                      8073                    4.57
   Human Anatomy Lab                      Spring 2009                 0538                    4.88
                                                                      0591                    4.85
                                                                      4705                    4.88
   Human Anatomy Lab                        Fall 2009                 2087                    4.74
                                                                      2091                    4.86
                                                                      2094                    4.50
   Human Anatomy Lab                      Spring 2010                 0591                    4.96
                                                                      1248                    4.95
                                                                      4703                    4.77

Teaching Assistant Experience
       Psychology of Human‐Animal Interaction (Spring 2013)
       General Psychology (Summer 2015)
       Neuropsychology (Summer 2015)
       Personality Theory (Summer 2015)
       Online Departmental Research Participation (SONA) Coordinator (Fall 2015)
       History and Systems (Fall 2016)
       Legal Aspects of Psychology (Fall 2016)
       Cognitive Psychology (Spring 2017)
       Advanced Research Methods II (Graduate Course; Spring 2017)

Guest Lecturing
    1) Display, Design & Controls; 419/519 Media Design: 5D – Designing the Future, Dr. Sam Anvari,
       February 15, 2018.

CSULB Theses Chaired

    1) Matthew Nare (MS‐Psychology, Human Factors, Projected Fall 2018).
       Effects of Mental Workload on Vigilance Performance in Cardiac Telemetry Monitoring

    2) Shiba Bechara (MS‐ Psychology, Human Factors, Projected Spring 2019).

CSULB Thesis Committee Member
    1) Sabrina Moran (MS‐Psychology, Human Factors, Fall 2018).
       Performance and Attentional Abilities of Automobile Drivers with Head‐Up and Head‐Down Displays

Honors Students Mentored
MacArthur, K. R. (2014). Deindividuation of drivers: Is everyone else a bad driver? Honors Thesis, Minds
in Technology/Machines in Thought (MIT2) Laboratory & Performance Research (PeRL) Laboratory,
University of Central Florida: Orlando, FL.
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Coles, N. A. (2015). A psychophysiological investigation of the paradoxical effects of valuing happiness.
Honors Thesis, Applied Cognition and Technology (ACAT) Laboratory, University of Central Florida:
Orlando, FL. (Named 2016 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow).

Walker, J. A. (2016). An examination of individual differences in working memory capacity and need for
cognition in terms of performance on a feedback versus no feedback vigilance task. Honors Thesis, Minds
in Technology/Machines in Thought (MIT2) Laboratory, University of Central Florida: Orlando, FL.
(McNair Scholar).

University Service and Committee Work (since appointment at CSULB)
AY 2017‐2018
Member, MS Human Factors Program Committee
Faculty Advisor, CSULB Human Factors & Ergonomics Society Student Chapter
Evaluator of Temporary Faculty (Lecturers), Psychology Department, Spring 2018

National Service
       Human Factors and Ergonomics Women’s Organization for Mentoring and Networking (HFE
        WOMAN)
           Co‐Administrator (2016 – present)
           Head of the Annual Networking Luncheon Committee (2017 – present)
       Human Factors & Ergonomics Society’s Leadership Development Committee
           Member (2018 – present)

Chair at National Meetings
    1) “Women’s Leadership in HF/E: Past, Present & Future”, General Session, 62nd Annual Meeting of
       the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, October 2018, Philadelphia, PA.
    2) “Oh the Places You Could Go: Applied Psychology Degrees in Today’s Job Market”, 126th Annual
       Convention of the American Psychological Association, Division 21, August 2018, San Francisco,
       CA.

Community Service
Educator Volunteer: Junior Achievement USA Organization, 2005
Usher: University of Florida’s Spring Commencement and Graduation Ceremonies, 2010
Reviewer: Abstracts for the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Conference (2011‐present)
Invited Speaker (How to Review Scholarly Journal Articles and Book Chapters): Minds in
Technology/Machines in Thought Laboratory, 2011
Lecturer (Cardiac Measures Workshop): University of Central Florida, February 2017
Co‐Chair of Individuals in Human Interaction with Automation, Robots, and Computers: 56th Annual Meeting
of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society; Boston, MA, 2012
Student Volunteer: Annual Meetings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (2012, 2015)
Invited Speaker: AEHF Brown Bag Series (Fall 2014; Fall 2016)
Invited Speaker: UCF HFES Student Chapter General Meeting, 2013
Invited Speaker on Transportation Human Factors: Dr. Edward Rinalducciʹs Undergraduate Human
Factors Class (Spring 2014)
Invited Speaker on Psychophysiological Methods & Measures: Dr. Peter Hancockʹs Graduate Human
Factors II Class (Spring 2015)
Outreach Agent/Invited Speaker: UCF HFES Student Chapter Representative to Alexis Dewarʹs
Psychology Class (Fall 2013; Spring 2014), Andrew Taloneʹs Cognitive Psychology Class (Spring 2015),
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Timothy Frischmannʹs Principles of Human Factors Psychology Class (Spring 2015), Dr. Charles Negyʹs
Cross‐Cultural Psychology Class (Spring 2015), Dr. Matthew Chinʹs Research Methods Class (Spring
2015).
Officer for the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society UCF Student Chapter
         President (2015)
         Vice President (2014)
         Historian (2011‐2012; 2013‐2014)
GRE Mentor: Established and managed a GRE study group for current and former undergraduates,
Summer 2015.
Faculty Judge for CSULB Psych Day Research Competition (Spring 2018)
Invited Speaker: CSULB & Purdue Student Chapters (April 17, 2018) Imposing Method on the Madness:
Strategies for Success Concerning Job Search, Applications, and Interviews
QPR Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Training (3/15/2018)

K‐12 Outreach Activities
Human Factors Workshop Presenter
   Society of Women Engineers’ Women Engineers at the Beach
           October 20, 2017
           April 20, 2018
   American Association of University Women STEM Conference – February 23, 2018

UCF STEM Day Coordinator/Educator: Organized and presented lessons on cognitive psychology and
human factors psychology to groups of elementary and middle school students
            Fall 2015
            Fall 2016
            Spring 2017

Consulting Experience
IBM Academic, Web HCI Consultant, Spring 2012
NASA Kennedy Space Center Educator Resource Center, Documentary Production Team Member,
Spring 2014

Skill Set
    Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, etc.)
    SPSS, AMOS, LISRL
    Qualtrics
    Virtual Battlespace 2 videogame software platform
    BioPac MP 150 system
    Acknowledge software
    Cognitive Optical Brain Imaging (COBI) Studio
    fNIR Imager 1000 system (fNIR Devices)

Foreign Language Skills
    French: fluent in written, formal, and conversational French
      Acted as professional translator for French historical documents
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