There are two main tracks for my research program, one old and one very new:  Traffic Psychology and History of Psychology, respectively. Click on these links for more details of projects.

My laboratory is called the Behavioral Psychology Research & Analysis Team (or the BPRATs).  It serves the traffic psychology and behavioral injury prevention leg of my research program.  The BPRATs seek, obtain, and manage our grants and task deliverables.  All current students in the lab are part of this unit.  Students interested in joining the lab are encouraged to contact me directly at or 757-683-3259.  Anyone can follow the BPRATs via Twitter or Facebook.