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Hamilton, Kevin
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Biographical Sketch & Research Interests
I am interested in a broad range of topics in applied psychology which fall under the general interdisciplinary themes of Human Factors and Ergonomics. I am particularly interested in environmental variables and their interrelationship with human health and performance in the context of specialized working and living environments. Sample topic areas include shift work, hyperbaric medicine, maritime operations, aviation psychology, as well as architectural systems and their relationship with human behaviour.

Courses Taught
PSYC 101 Introduction to Biological and Cognitive Psychology, PSYC 102 Introduction to Developmental, Social, Personality, and Clinical Psychology

Representative Publications
Hamilton, K., Safarri, N. (2012). Hazard recognition in coastal tree falling: Training with 3D and degraded visual images. Paper presented at the WorkSafeBC Human Factors Community of Practice Workshop. Richmond. BC.

Sager, B., Choiniere, A., Hamilton, K. (2012, May). Redesigning on-ramps: A cost-effective way to reduce traffic jams. Poster presented at Connecting Minds, Richmond, BC., Canada.

Hamilton, K. (2011). Group Poster Projects as a Pedagogical Tool. Paper presented at the 3rd Annual International Conference on the Teaching of Psychology, Vancouver B.C., Canada.

Kerslake, T., Le Grand, R., Hamilton, K. (2009, May). “I’ve Now Realized the Vital Importance of Being [Usable]” (Wilde, 1895): Moodle Usability Analysis. Unpublished paper presented at North West Cognition and Memory (NOWCAM), Victoria BC.

Hamilton, K. (2009). Teaching system perspectives in Human Factors Psychology. Paper presented at the 2nd Annual International Conference on the Teaching of Psychology, Vancouver B.C., Canada.

Hamilton, K., Charlton, S. & Elmes, R. (2008). Developing a four – year degree in applied psychology: Experiences in degree development at a former two – year post-secondary institution. Planning for Higher Education, 36(4), 23–32.

Hamilton, K., Watters, A., Neary, J.P. and Anderson, G. (2005). Prevalence and Mediating Factors of Post-Traumatic Stress in Professional Fire-fighters. Proceedings of the 49th International Conference of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Orlando, Florida.

Watters, A., Hamilton, K., Neary, J.P., & Anderson, G. (2003, April). Symptoms of Post-traumatic Stress in Professional Fire Fighters. Poster session presented at the 5th Annual Conference on Research in University Colleges, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

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