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Games To Explain Human Factors: Come, Participate, Learn & Have Fun!!! Photo Album From the 22nd Greater New York Conference on Behavioral Research program at the Lander College for Women November 7, 2010

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Games To Explain Human Factors: Come, Participate, Learn & Have Fun!!! Photo Album

From the 22nd Greater New York Conference on Behavioral Research Program

At the Lander College for Women
225 West 60th Street
Manhattan NY

November 7, 2010

Presenter:

Dr. Ronald G. Shapiro

Sponsors:

Dr. Harold Takooshian Fordham University at Lincoln Center
Dr. Nava R. Silton Marymount College

Champions:

Elaina Montague CUNY Baruch College ’13
Nritya Ramani Pace University ’11

Semifinalists:

Danielle Guiliano Pace University ’11
Kirtan Stoute Pace University ’11
Bobby Vocile CUNY Baruch College ’12

Birthday Honoree:

Nritya Ramani Pace University ’11

Prism Set:

Gerry Palmer of http://www.psychkits.com/

Awesome Ribbon:

Hodges Badge Company of Portsmouth, RI

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    Games To Explain Human Factors: Come, Participate, Learn & Have Fun!!! Photo Album From the 22nd Greater New York Conference on Behavioral Research program at the Lander College for Women November 7, 2010 Games To Explain Human Factors: Come, Participate, Learn & Have Fun!!! Photo Album From the 22nd Greater New York Conference on Behavioral Research program at the Lander College for Women November 7, 2010 Presentation Transcript

    • Games To Explain Human Factors: Come, Participate, Learn & Have Fun!!!
      An Education by Entertainment program
      Presenter Dr. Ronald G. Shapiro
      Sponsor Dr. Harold Takooshian Fordham University at Lincoln Center
      Sponsor Dr. Nava R. Silton Marymount College
      Champion Elaina Montague CUNY Baruch College ’13
      Champion Nritya Ramani Pace University ’11
      Semifinalist Danielle Guiliano Pace University ’11
      Semifinalist Kirtan Stoute Pace University ’11
      Semifinalist Bobby Vocile CUNY Baruch College ’12
      Birthday Honoree Nritya Ramani Pace University ’11
      22nd Greater New York Conference on Behavioral Research
      Lander College For Women
      November 7, 2010
      Pictured on Page 1 top row (left to right):
      • Dr. Harold Takooshian holding sign
      • Champion Nritya Ramani
      Pictured on Page 1 bottom row (left to right):
      • Champion Elaina Montague with 180 degree inversion prisms
      • Semifinalist Danielle Guiliano blindfolded with Happy Birthday Bandana
      • All semifinalists:
      • Danielle Guiliano
      • Nritya Ramani
      • Elaina Montague
      • Bobby Vocile
      • Kirtan Stoute
      Inversion Prisms by Gerry Palmer of PsychKits.Com
      It’s My Birthday Ribbon by Hodges Badge Company of Portsmouth RI
      Ronald G. Shapiro, Ph. D.
      Presenter
      Harold Takooshian, Ph. D.
      Conference Director
      Photo Album
      22nd Greater New York Conference on Behavioral Research
      November 7, 2010
    • Acknowledgements
      Contestants
      Danielle Guiliano Pace University ’11 B. A. Psychology
      Nritya Ramani Pace University ’11 M. A. Psychology
      Kirtan Stoute Pace University ’11 M. A. Psychology
      Elaina Montague CUNY Baruch College ’13 B. A. Psychology
      Bobby Vocile CUNY Baruch College ’12 B. A. I/O Psychology
      Sponsors
      Dr. Harold Takooshian Fordham University at Lincoln Center
      Dr. Nava R. Silton Marymount College
      Presenter
      Dr. Ronald G. Shapiro Ronald G. Shapiro, Ph. D.
    • The
      Audience
    • Multitasking
      Stand on one foot.
      Eyes Closed.
      Recite Humpty Dumpty.
    • Details A:
      Danielle Guiliano
      Ron: Describe the bandana.
      Danielle: It has balloons.
    • Details A:
      Danielle Guiliano
      Nritya Ramani
      Ron: Nritya, count the balloons on the bandana.
      Nritya: There aren’t any.
    • Details B: Nritya Ramani
      Ron: What is on your left hand?
      Nritya: Something wet.
      Ron: What is on your right hand?
      Nritya: You did not put anything on my right hand.
    • Details B: Nritya Ramani
      Ron: Why don’t you smell your hand and see if that gives some clues.
      Ron: What is on your left hand?
      Nritya: Lotion.
      Ron: What is on your right hand?
      Nritya: You did not put anything on my right hand.
    • Details B:
      Nritya Ramani
      Ron: Now what is on your left hand?
      Nritya: A ring.
      Ron: What is on your right hand?
      Nritya: You did not put anything on my right hand.
    • Details B:
      Nritya Ramani
      What is on Nritya’s
      Right Hand?
    • Perceptually Inverted Navigation
      (PIN):
      Elaina Montague
      (180 degree inversion goggles)
      Kirtan Stoute
      (blindfolded)
      Elaina is directing Kirtan to place the oval National Ergonomics Month (NEM) sticker on the PIN Chart right side up while she is wearing 180 degree inversion prisms which make everything appear to be upside down.
    • Perceptually Inverted Navigation
      (PIN):
      Elaina Montague
      (180 degree inversion goggles)
      Kirtan Stoute
      (blindfolded)
      Goggles by Gerry Palmer of PsychKits.Com
    • Perceptually Inverted Navigation
      (PIN)
      Note that the sticker is upside down!!!
    • The Semifinalists
      Audience elected the champions next.
    • Final Exam: Name everyone in front of the room.
      Who do you think they missed?
      The Champions
      Champions blindfolded for awarding of prizes.
    • The
      Champions
      Congratulations
      Elaina Montague
      &
      Nritya Ramani
    • The Prizes
    • Happy Birthday
      Nritya Ramani
      Thank you
      for celebrating
      your special day
      with us!!!
      Ron Shapiro
    • Happy
      Birthday
      Nritya
      Ramani
      Wishing you a happy, healthy and productive year!!!
      May all your wishes come true!!!
      Ron