John D. Lee


Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, University of Illinois, 1992
M.S., Industrial Engineering, University of Illinois, 1989
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Lehigh University, 1988
B.A., Psychology, Lehigh University, 1987

Research Interests

Driver distraction; driver response to in-vehicle technology; trust in automation.


Lee, J.D. and See, K.A. (2004), "Trust in automation: Designing for appropriate reliance," Human Factors, 46, 50-80.
Lee, J.D., Caven, B., Haake, S., and Brown, T.L., "Speech-based interaction with in-vehicle computers: The effect of speech-based e-mail on drivers' attention to the roadway." Human Factors, 43, 631-640, 2001.
Gao, J., and Lee, J. D. A dynamic model of interaction between reliance on automation and cooperation in multi-operator multi-automation situations. International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics, 36, 512-526, 2006.
Lee, J.D., and Moray, N., "Trust, self-confidence and operators' adaptation to automation," International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 40, 153-184, 1994.
Lee, J.D., and Moray, N., "Trust and allocation of function in human-machine systems," Ergonomics, 35 (10), 1243-1270, 1992.

Honors and Awards

Best Paper Award for the Ergonomics Journal 2005
Donald E. Bently Faculty Fellow of Engineering 2003
Collegiate Teaching Award, University-wide
Jerome H. Ely Human Factors Article Award 2003
Institute of Industrial Engineers Outstanding Educator Award, Departmental 2002
Battelle Award in Recognition of Research Excellence 1997

Memberships and Activities

Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Editorial Board  
Human Factors Transportation Journal, Editorial Board  
Society of Automotive Engineers  
Transportation Research Board  
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