Scott E. McIntyre is a human factors psychologist at ASU@Lake Havasu. He teaches introductory psychology, statistics, research methods and industrial/organizational psychology.
McIntyre previously taught undergraduate psychology courses for Clemson University, Brooklyn College, The City University of New York (CUNY), and TriCounty Technical College in South Carolina. He also taught graduate-level courses in statistics and research methods at CUNY.
McIntyre's current research is in novel solutions in transportation safety, particularly in the human factors and limitations of detecting automobile brake lamps as a warning. He enjoys the creative process of using psychological theories and scientific methods to solve problems wherever humans interface with technology and the environment.
McIntyre is a member of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society and the HFES Surface Transportation Technical Group.
McIntyre earned his doctorate in human factors psychology from Clemson University, and both his master's degree in experimental psychology and bachelor's degree in psychology from Brooklyn College, CUNY.