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Daniel Carruth

  • PhD
  • Assistant Research Professor
  • Mississippi State University
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Daniel Carruth is an Assistant Research Professor in the Human Systems Engineering lab. He earned his PhD in the Applied Cognitive Science program in the Psychology Department at MSU in Summer 2008. Dr. Carruth's research interests currently include law enforcement and military human factors, digital human modeling, and development and use of virtual environments for simulation and training. Dr. Carruth is interested in human perception, cognition and action in the context of real-world whole body tasks. He is currently active in research related to military and law enforcement operations.

Recent publications

  • How does presence of a human operator companion influence people’s interaction with a robot?

    • Sun Y
    • Carruth D
  • Are Black Robots Like Black People? Examining How Negative Stigmas about Race Are Applied to Colored Robots

    • Louine J
    • May D
    • Carruth D
    • et al.

Professional experience

Assistant Research Professor

Mississippi State University

July 2009 - Present

Research Associate

Mississippi State University

April 2006 - June 2009(3 years)


PhD, Cognitive Science

Mississippi State University

January 2002 - August 2008(7 years)

BS, Computer Science

Mississippi State University

August 1995 - December 2001(6 years)


Co-authors (108)

  • K M Asif