Thomas Petros

Thomas V. Petros, Ph.D. is a professor of psychology with 32 years of research experience in cognitive psychology and individual differences. He obtained his Ph.D. from Kent State University in 1981. He has published and presented numerous papers on research he has conducted regarding human factors in aviation. Specific areas of research in aviation have included pilot selection for fixed wing aircrafts, the impact of low altitude and circadian changes on cognitive performance, and contrasting teaching methods for flight training.