American Psychological Association 2012 Annual Convention Games To Explain Human Factors: Come, Participate, Learn & Have Fun!!! Photo Album
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American Psychological Association 2012 Annual Convention Games To Explain Human Factors: Come, Participate, Learn & Have Fun!!! Photo Album featuring: ...

American Psychological Association 2012 Annual Convention Games To Explain Human Factors: Come, Participate, Learn & Have Fun!!! Photo Album featuring:
Champion Annaje Rious,
Finalist Erika Motz,
Semifinalist Hannah Neumann,
Semifinalist Peggy Ollerhead and
Semifinalist Sophie Strassberg.
A special thanks is extended to:
Presenter Arathi Sethumadhavan, Ph.D.,
Presenter Melissa Robin,
Presenter John Su and
Stage Assistant Ann Ku.
The program was designed by Ronald G. Shapiro, Ph.D. and presented in Orlando FL on August 3, 2012.
Prism sets by Gerry Palmer of PsychKits.Com.

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  • 1. Games To Explain Human Factors: Come, Participate, Learn & Have Fun!!!Champion Annaje Rious,Finalist Erika Motz, Sponsored bySemifinalist Hannah Neumann,Semifinalist Peggy Ollerhead, APA Division 21:Semifinalist Sophie Strassberg, AppliedPresenter Ronald G. Shapiro, Ph.D.,Presenter Arathi Sethumadhavan, Ph.D., ExperimentalPresenter Melissa Robin,Presenter John Su.Stage Assistant Ann Ku and EngineeringAmerican Psychological Association Annual Convention, PsychologyOrlando FL,August 3, 2012. August 3, 2012 Photos by: Ronald G. Shapiro, Ph. D.
  • 2. Draw a clockwise circle with your right foot and a “6” with your right hand.
  • 3. Stand up. Eyes closed. Lift your right foot off the ground. Recite “Humpty Dumpty.”
  • 4. Point to the locationwhere the markers are Perfect performance on Chance performance in being tapped the right and on the left. front and in back.
  • 5. Instruction:Please describe your bandana Response:It contains the words “happy birthday” and red balloons
  • 6. Instruction:Ann, please count theballoons for Hannah. Response: There are none.
  • 7. Lift your hand whenever I say “Up.”
  • 8. Place the sticker on the chart right side up.
  • 9. The audience voted for the champion. There was a 2-way tie between Annaje and Erika. Thus,we had a final competition. Both Annaje and Erika were asked to name everyone in front of theroom (while blindfolded). Ericka named herself but Annaje did not. Both missed Ron.
  • 10. With Erika slightly in the lead Annaje wasgiven the opportunity to perform one finaltask. Annaje was instructed to find thepresent hidden for her. She was allowed toask “yes”/ “no” questions or search.
  • 11. Annaje utilized a great binary decision making strategy to identify her prize.
  • 12. Finalists Erika Motz and Annaje Rious blindfolded for thechampionship vote while the remaining semifinalists observe.