integrates a set of core methods with psychological content and theory. Students are expected to demonstrate basic knowledge of general cognitive processes, including perception, decision-making, judgment analysis, motivation, and overall information processing. In addition, they are expected to be familiar with general and applied theories in psychology, such as dual-process theories, motivation, as well as applied theories, such as Situation Awareness, Contextual Control Modeling, and Information Foraging theory. Students are trained in research methods including ethnographic observation, cognitive task analysis, decision analysis, and usability analysis. Trainees gain skills in using the tools available in the DBMI usability lab, such as eye trackers, software prototyping tools, Morae, and ATLAS.