Eric A Vaden

Title
Associate Professor, Associate Chair, and Program Coordinator for B.S. in Aerospace Physiology and B.S. in Human Factors Psychology
Email
Department
Human Factors and Behavioral Neurobiology
College
Daytona College of Arts & Sciences

Office Hours

401.05 COAS M/T 0930 - 1130

Areas of Expertise

Human Factors

Software Usability

Instructional System Design

Ergonomics

Eric A Vaden

I have over 25 years of experience working in the human factors field.  I have worked on everything from software usability for the U.S. Army and Microsoft to the redesign of home interiors for people with mobility impairments.  My last job prior to joining the University full-time was a program manager position for Flight Safety International (FSI) in which I coordinated computer-based training system development to support pilot and maintenance training for Gulfstream aircraft and designed classrooms for new FSI learning centers.  I am currently the undergraduate program coordinator for both the human factors and aerospace physiology programs.  I have been teaching at ERAU for over 20 years.

  • M.S. - Master of Science in Human Factors and Systems: Human Factors Engineering, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University
  • B.S. - Bachelor of Science in Psychology, University of Florida

  • HF 300: Human Factors I: Prin & Funds
  • HF 490: Practicum in Hum Fact Psych
  • PSY 310: Sensation & Perception


HF300 Introduction to Human Factors

HF310 Human Computer Interaction

HF325 Human Factors in System Safety


PSY101 Introduction to Psychology

PSY315 Cognitive Psychology

PSY310 Sensation and Perception

PSY322 Research Design

PSY 350 Social Psychology


Upon Request

Graduate Research Fellow, U.S. Army Research Institute, 1991 - 1996

Program Manager, Flight Safety International - Training Systems Division, 1997- 2002