Psychology of Space Exploration: Contemporary Research in Historical Perspective

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Pamela J. Baskin graduated with her B.A. in biological sciences from the University of Houston, Clear Lake, in 1997. She is currently working on her master’s degree in industrial/organizational psychology at the University of Houston, Clear Lake. She serves as the Lead Research Coordinator in the Behavioral Health and Performance (BHP) research area at JSC and also serves as the Human Research Program Analog Project Coordinator. She has assisted in the coordination of BHP’s involvement with three NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations (NEEMO) missions. She is currently assisting with the coordination of BHP’s involvement in the 2008 Haughton-Mars Project and the 105-Day Russian Chamber Study. She can be reached at pamela.baskins-1@nasa.gov, telephone 281212-1360, or at Wyle Integrated Science and Engineering Group, 1290 Hercules Drive, Houston, TX 77058.

Sheryl L. Bishop graduated with her B.A. in psychology from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 1982 and her Ph.D. in social psychology from the University of Texas at Austin in 1989. She joined the faculty of the School of Nursing at the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) at Galveston in 1992 as a biostatistician. In 1995, she joined the School of Medicine at UTMB as a member of the departments of Health and Safety Services, Family Medicine, and eventually Preventive Medicine and Community Health, where she served as the academic coordinator for graduate programs. She advanced to associate professor in 2000 and has been instrumental in the development of the NASA/UTMB Space Medicine Fellowship, the Aerospace Medicine Residency program, and the Space Life Sciences Ph.D. curriculum. Bishop returned to the School of Nursing as graduate faculty and senior biostatistician in 2007. She is also a full faculty member at the International Space University, Strasbourg, France, contributing to the Summer Session Program since 1994 and the Master’s of Space Science Program since its inception. Since 1990, Bishop has investigated human performance and group dynamics in teams in extreme environments, including deep cavers, mountain climbers, desert survival groups, polar expeditioners, and Antarctic winter-over groups, and in numerous simulations of isolated, confined environments for

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