Human Performance Psychology

The Psychology major's concentration in Human Performance combines the related specialties of human factors and industrial/organizational (I/O) psychology. Human factors applies psychology to the design of systems, machines, and products so that people can use them more comfortably, safely, and effectively. I/O psychology applies psychology to improve the productivity and satisfaction of members of organizations (such as employees in manufacturing plants).

Requirements for the major in Psychology with a Human Performance concentration

46 s.h., to include PHI 2120, PSY 1010, 2500, 3100, 3200, 3300, 3400, 3470, 3550, 3610, 3700, 3950, and 4850; and 6 s.h. of Psychology electives.

Program Faculty & Staff

Dr. John Campbell

Professor of Psychology
(910) 630-7069
Mark Kline, Assistant Professor of Psychology

Dr. Mark Kline

Chair, Psychology
(910) 480-8470
Don Lassiter, Vice President for Planning & Evaluation

Donald L. Lassiter

Vice President for Planning & Evaluation
(910) 630-7081

Dr. Katharine Snyder

Professor of Psychology
(910) 630-7535

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