Tonya L. Smith-Jackson

TitleProfessor

DepartmentIndustrial and Systems Engineering

Phone336-285-3020

Emailtlsmithj@ncat.edu

Websitehttp://www.tonyasmithjackson.com/about/

OfficeDowdy
Room: 317

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Tonya L. Smith-Jackson

Education

Ph D: Psychology, North Carolina State University, 1998

MS: Psychology, North Carolina State University, 1989

BA: Psychology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1986


Research Interests

Cyber-human Analytics in Internet of Things Contexts, Cognitive and Behavioral Scripts, Systems Safety, Risk Analysis, Cognitive Ergonomics, Mixed Methods Design and Evaluation, Statistics, Human Factors Analytics, Systems Engineering, Mobile communications, healthcare systems design and evaluation. usability engineering, consumer products


Recent Publications

Smith-Jackson,  Tonya  ( 2016).  Open plan offices as sociotechnical systems: What matters and to whom?.  ( 4,  54,  pp. 16 ).   Work: a journal of prevention, assessment & rehabilitation.

Zhao,  Dong  ( 2016).  Decision-Making Chains in Electrical Safety for Construction Workers..  ( 1,  142,  ).   ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management.

zhao,  Dong  ( 2015).  Sociotechnical Systems of Fatal Electrical Injuries in the Construction Industry..  ( 1,  142,  ).   ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management.

Zhao,  Dong  McCoy,  Andrew  Kleiner,  Brian  Du,  J.  Smith-Jackson,  Tonya  ( 2015).  Decision-making chains in electrical safety for construction workers.  ( 1,  142,  ).   ASCE Journal Construction Engineering and Management.

Zhao,  Dong  McCoy,  Andrew  Kleiner,  Brian  Smith-Jackson,  Tonya  Liu,  G.  ( 2015).  Sociotechnical systems of fatal electrical injuries in the construction industry.  ( 1,  142,  ).   Journal of Construction Engineering Management.

Zhao,  Dong  McCoy,  Andrew  Kleiner,  Brian  Smith-Jackson,  Tonya  ( 2015).  Control measures of electrical hazards: An analysis of the construction industry.  ( 77,  pp. 143-151).   Safety Science.

Kim,  Hyung  Smith-Jackson,  Tonya  Kleiner,  B.,  ( 2014).  Accessible haptic user interface design approach for users with visual impairment.  ( 4,  13,  pp. 415-437).   Universal Access in the Information Society.

Kim,  Hyung  Smith-Jackson,  Tonya  Terpenny,  J.,  ( 2014).  Haptic perception of users with low vision and their needs in haptic-incorporated user interfaces.  ( 3,  9,  pp. 195-208).   Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology.