I joined the University of Gloucestershire in 2002, having previously been a Principal scientist at BAE Systems’ Sowerby Advanced Technology Centre. My current research centres around the modeling and measurement of situation awareness (SA), underpinned by neuroscience. I, along with others of the Centre for Research in Applied Cognition, Knowledge and Emotion (CRACKLE), am developing a new method of measuring SA (Quantitative Analysis of Situation Awareness – QASA).
Fire/Gore Research Excellence Award (best poster), 2011.
Fire/Gore Research Excellence Award (best paper), 2012.
Outstanding Paper Award Winner at the Emerald Literati Network 2013 Awards for Excellence
British Psychologial Society (Associate Fellow, Chartered Psychologist, Chartered Scientist).
Higher Education Academy (Fellow)
Applied Vision Association
Cognitive Neuroscience and Cognitive Neuropsychology
Applied Cognitive Psychology
Graham has also been involved in consultancy work on psychological issues with driving, and acts as an expert witness. He regularly publishes in scholarly journals and has written material for undergraduate textbooks at all levels.
Mobile phone use
University of South Wales (2009-2013) University of Northampton (2013-2017)