Marc Green is a human factors expert with 34 years of experience
in basic and applied research. He is experienced in light
measurement, assessments of visibility and conspicuity and other
aspects of perception, attention, decision-making, reaction time
and memory. He has a master’s thesis in reaction time and a Ph.
D. dissertation in visual perception from Northeastern
University and was a postdoctoral fellow at Brown University and
University of California Berkeley School of Optometry, where he
also served as research faculty. He has also be a faculty member
in optometry at Indiana University and in psychology at
University of Toronto.
Green operates Visual Expert Human Factors Science and also
serves as adjunct professor of ophthalmology at West Virginia
Medical School. His background includes 90 published articles,
abstracts and book chapters and numerous talks before a wide
variety of scientific and professional organizations. He has
also received grants and contracts from the National Eye
Institute, the U.S. Air Force, the National Science Engineering
and Research Committee and National Science Foundation. He has
been interviewed by The New Yorker, CTV National TV
Network in Canada, the National Post of Canada (twice),
Canadian Broadcasting Company Radio, US National Public Radio
and the Los Angeles Times. He has also served as a consultant
to NBC Dateline.
Dr. Green has consulted in over 125 legal matters and has served
as an expert in cases of police shooting and high-speed pursuit.
He is author of “’Is It A Gun? Or Is It A Wallet?’” Perceptual
Factors In Police Shootings of Unarmed Suspects,” which appeared
in Police Marksman, July/August, pp 52-54, 2005.