Don C. Donderi
Retired Associate Professor
Department of Psychology
1205 Dr Penfield Avenue
Prof. Donderi investigates the effects of learning on long-term memory, the use of information theory to describe and measure similarity, and a variety of topics in applied experimental psychology including computer interface design, shift schedules, and marine navigation.
Donderi, D.C., & McFadden, S. (2004). A single marine overlay is more efficient than separate chart and radar displays. Displays, 24 (4-5) 147-155.
Donderi, D. C., Mercer, R., Hong, M. B., & Skinner, D. (2004). Simulated navigation performance with marine electronic chart and information display systems (ECDIS). Journal of Navigation, 57, (2), 189-202.