Robert Christopherson is an Educational Learning Technologist who specializes in the psychophysiological response to learning in digital environments. He is currently completing his PhD dissertation in Educational Technology and Arts, Media and Engineering at Arizona State University. While working on his PhD he worked in several advance learning labs that focused in Intelligent Tutoring Systems, affective computing and dynamic difficulty adjustments in learning systems. His research focused in the psychophysiological response to learning, Dynamic Learning environments, and Affective Cognitive modeling of learning.
Robert has worked on developing user centered learning environments for Adobe, Pearson, and now at iMotions. A few of the projects that he directed and contributed to included the Barrow Brainbook concussion training for over 200,000 youth athletes, Adobe Digital University for training internal employees on Adobe products, Customer Success Program at at iMotions for getting customers up to speed as fast as possible, and the Let Me Learn Mobile App for assessing learning patterns.
Robert is currently working at iMotions, directing the internal and external training of iMotions' clients and employees. His role there has allowed him to work closely with many fields using biometric sensors such as Government/Military, UX & Usability, Automotive Industry, Medical/Health, Neuromarketing, Psychology and Scientific Research.