Infographics on How to Become an Engineering Psychologist

Engineering psychologists mainly specialize in developing safer and user-friendly products. Engineering psychology emerged during the World War II in 1940’s, as many traditional engineers began considering user factors when designing new products and programs. Career in engineering psychology would be ideal match for you if you enjoy designing and improving products to meet end-user’s needs.

In addition to understanding the end-user’s mind, engineering psychologists should be analytical. They are required to perform thorough research, create and compile relevant data and use a collective approach while solving problems.

How to Become a Engineering Psychologist

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