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Joshua Pearman

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Research Interests:

Joshua is a first year doctoral student in the I-O psychology program at the University of Georgia. His research interests include studying how individual differences, shared mental models, and human-machine teaming can influence a team’s ability to adapt across various contexts. More specifically, he is interested in examining how a team’s composition of personality traits and different areas of expertise will inform their performance in high-risk situations. Joshua completed his B.S. in Psychology at the University of Oregon.

Major Professor

Associate Professor, Industrial-Organizational Program

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