25 years of Neuroergonomics: Will we get to the Golden Jubilee?

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Authors
Mehta, Ranjana K.
Tyagi, Oshin
Kim, Ji-Eun
Yu, Denny
Baldwin, Carryl
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Issue Date
2023
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Conference Paper
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Brain-behavior , EEG , fNIRS , NeuroErgonomics
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Mehta, R.K., Tyagi, O., Kim, J.-E., Yu, D., Baldwin, C. 25 years of Neuroergonomics: Will we get to the Golden Jubilee? (2023). Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 67 (1), pp. 18-20. DOI: 10.1177/21695067231192274
Abstract

Twenty-five years ago, Raja Parasuraman -- the pioneer of neuroergonomics -- wrote the first book on neuroergonomics. Since then, neuroergonomics, the science of the brain and behavior at work, has contributed significantly to our understanding of human behavior in use-inspired domains. Aided by considerable advancements in sensor technologies, neuroergonomics has made seminal impacts in the design of safer and more efficient human-machine systems. However, there remain some challenges that create barriers to entry for new researchers and practitioners to adopt neuroergonomic approaches, including training requirements, consensus on emerging data analytics and their interpretation, (mis)alignments with behavioral research paradigms, resource burden, lack of community, and ethical considerations. In this panel, we will discuss these challenges and provide insights into and recommendations for overcoming these barriers. The panel will also discuss what the future (and hopefully the next twenty-five years) of neuroergonomics holds. © 2023 Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

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SAGE Publications Inc.
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Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society
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67th International Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, HFES 2023
23 October 2023 through 27 October 2023
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1071-1813
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