|Editor-in-Chief:||Barrett S. Caldwell, PhD, Purdue University|
|Associate Editor:||Mel Futrell|
|Assistant Editor:||Jacob N. Hyde, PsyD, University of Denver|
The Journal of Human Performance in Extreme Environments is a peer-reviewed journal that accepts empirical and theoretical articles with relevance to human performance in extreme environments, defined as settings that possess extraordinary technological, social, and physical components that require significant human adaptation for successful interaction and performance. The publication reaches researchers, practitioners, and professionals from industry, the armed forces, and academic institutions from around the world who specialize in issues related to extreme environments.
In 2012, the journal became an Open Access publication so as to better serve readers beyond the academy and in developing nations. Open Access publication is currently made possible by publication support from Purdue University, so the journal is free to publish in as well as read. As a born-digital publication, the journal encourages the publication of multimedia (e.g., audio, video, computer simulation animations) as well as text and static images.
Physiological and Cognitive Factors Related to Human Performance During the Grand Canyon Rim-to-Rim Hike
Kristin Divis, Clifford Anderson-Bergman, Robert Abbott, Victoria Newton, and Glory Emmanuel-Aviña
Employing a User-Centered Design Process for Cybersecurity Awareness in the Power Grid
Jean C. Scholtz, Lyndsey Franklin, Aditya Ashok, Katya LeBlanc, Christopher Bonebrake, Eric Andersen, and Michael Cassiadoro
Deep Gaze Velocity Analysis During Mammographic Reading for Biometric Identification of Radiologists
Hong-Jun Yoon, Folami Alamudun, Kathy Hudson, Garnetta Morin-Ducote, and Georgia Tourassi
Investigating Sociodemographic Disparities in Cancer Risk Using Web-Based Informatics
Hong-Jun Yoon and Georgia Tourassi
Incorporating Human Readiness Levels at Sandia National Laboratories
Judi E. See, Jason Morris, Richard Craft, Michael Moulton, and Steven M. Trujillo