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Advisor: Dr. Michael Byrne
Short Bio: I received a B.A. in Psychology from Rutgers University in May 2008 as a Henry Rutgers Scholar under the advisement of Dr. Arnold L. Glass. I recieved an M.A. in Psychology from Rice University in December 2011. I received my doctorate under the advisement of Dr. Michael Byrne in May 2013.
Current Research Interests: I am intersted in the usability of voting systems by specific populations. My current research is with blind and low vision voters, examining non-electronic voting systems (such as Vote-PAD).
Piner, G. E., & Byrne, M. D. (2011). The Experience of Accessible Voting: Results of a Survey among Legally-Blind Users. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 55th Annual Meeting.
Piner, G. E. & Byrne, M. D. (2011). Accessible Polling Places for the Visually Impaired: A Compilation of Survey Results . Proceedings of the 2010 Electronic Voting Technology Workshop/ Workshop on Trustworthy Elections (EVT/WOTE '11), 20th USENIX Security Symposium. San Francisco, CA: USENIX.
Piner, G. E., & Byrne, M. D. (2010). Baseline Usability Data for a Non-Electronic Approach to Accessible Voting. Proceedings of the 2010 Electronic Voting Technology Workshop/ Workshop on Trustworthy Elections (EVT/WOTE '10), 19th USENIX Security Symposium. Washington, DC: USENIX.
Piner, G.E. & Glass, A. (2008). Evidence of all-or-none learning and stochastic responding from a consonant trigram repetition detection task. (Senior Honors Thesis, Rutgers University, 2008).
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