Doctoral Researcher in Information Management
My research is focused on using brain imaging, and psycho-physiological techniques to investigate the relation between cognitive workload and learning.
I am planning to apply these techniques to information processing and decision-making in high risk environments, especially policing. I served as a police officer in London for 30 years, with experience in community policing, professional standards, strategy and policing IT.
Cognitive workload (brain imaging and psycho-physiological measurement of cognitive workload), psycho-physiology, fNIRS (functional near-infrared spectroscopy), learning, decision-making, policing
Prof Tom Jackson, Dr Martin Sykora and Dr Steve Summerskill (Design School)
Cognitive workload in multimedia learning