Students conducting an experiment in the Human Subjects Testing Lab at Penn State
 

Human Subjects Testing Lab

The Human Subjects Testing Lab is a space shared by interdisciplinary faculty primarily in the human factors area for the testing of human subjects.

Located in 236A Leonhard Building, the lab is divided into a waiting area and two testing chambers, one of which is equipped with eye-tracking equipment. 

A variety of experiments have been conducted in the Human Subjects Testing Lab, including:

  • Measuring the effects of risk visualization representations on subject resource allocation strategies in a homeland defense task
  • Estimating the physical workload imposed by wearing a respirator from heart rate changes and individual characteristics
  • Evaluating user acceptance of new product feature upgrades

The lab is directed by Andris Freivalds, professor of industrial engineering.

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Home of the first established industrial engineering program in the world, the Harold and Inge Marcus Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering (IME) at Penn State has made a name for itself in the engineering industry through its storied tradition of unparalleled excellence and innovation in research, education, and outreach.

We are Innovators. We are Makers. We are Excellence in Engineering. We are Penn State IME.

The Harold and Inge Marcus Department of
Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering

310 Leonhard Building

The Pennsylvania State University

University Park, PA 16802-4400

Phone: 814-865-7601

FAX: 814-863-4745