Yi-Ching Lee, PhD is a Human Factors Researcher at the Center for Injury Research and Prevention at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She serves as a Principal Investigator with CIRP’s Teen Driver Safety Research team. Dr. Lee’s research efforts focus on the safety and training of young adults, attention and information processing, and aging and cognitive intervention. Her research experience includes on-road evaluation of driver emotions, pavement marking visibility, headlamp effectiveness, pedestrian safety, laboratory testing of driver performance under various factors, and the design and evaluation of training programs. Dr. Lee earned her MS in Experimental Psychology from Central Michigan University and her PhD in Industrial Engineering from the University of Iowa. An active member in the Human Factors research community, she has served as a reviewer for the Human Factors, Accident Analysis and Prevention, Attention, Perception and Psychophysics, and Transportation Research Record. Dr. Lee can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yi-Ching Lee, PhD
Human Factors Researcher
Mind wandering behind the wheel: performance and oculomotor correlates." Hum Factors. 2011;53(1):13-21. "
(2012). Using Crash Data to Develop Simulator Scenarios for Assessing Young Novice Driver Performance." Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board. 2012:73-78. "
New Insights Into the Detrimental Effects of Peer Passengers on Teen Drivers. Vol. 57. Sage Publications; 2013.