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Human factors is one of the most critical and far-reaching forensic disciplines there is. Human factors are involved in nearly every case ATA investigates.

Check out these Human Factors Case Studies to get an appreciation for ATA's background in this forensic discipline.

Additionally, the case studies and ATA capabilities videos on this link are focused on Visibility Problems at Night.

The study of human factors involves topics such as expectancy, human body motion, judgement of speed and distance, perception reaction, visibility problems and anthropometrics.

Below are videos developed by our staff that describe each of these human factors "subdivisions", supported by examples of ATA casework:

Human Factors - Expectancy

Human Factors - Perception Response

Human Factors - Judgement of Speed & Distance

Human Factors - Visibility Problems at Night

Human Factors - Human Body motion

Human Factors - Anthropometrics