Dr. Banderet is born in Des Moines, Iowa to Emil Raymond and Mable Elsie Banderet.
Dr. Banderet receives a Bachelor of Arts from Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota.
Dr. Banderet receives a Doctor of Philosophy in experimental psychology from Washington State University, Pullman, Washington.
Dr. Banderet becomes a research psychologist at the U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine (USARIEM) in Natick, Massachusetts.
Dr. Banderet and LTC Stokes, MD, conduct experimental, laboratory studies of four artillery fire direction center teams with demanding mission workloads for up to 96 hours.
Dr. Banderet and LTC Stokes publish “A War for Science” in the Field Artillery Journal, which describes their methodology and research findings from studies of sustained, military operations in four artillery teams.
Dr. Banderet organizes and chairs a symposium, “Consequences of Wearing Chemical Protective Gear: Illustrative Measurement Approaches” at a meeting of the International Military Testing Association.
Dr. Banderet publishes “Treatment with tyrosine, a neurotransmitter precursor, reduces environmental stress in humans” in Brain Research Bulletin.
Dr. Banderet authors more than 40% of the test bank questions for the textbook, “Understanding Psychology (2 ed.).”
Dr. Banderet receives a 30-Year Teaching Award from Northeastern University.
Dr. Banderet has two book chapters (1st and 2nd author) published in the Textbook of Military Medicine.
Dr. Banderet is appointed technical leader for the USARIEM sponsored re-engineering effort of the Army’s weapon engagement simulator.
Dr. Banderet chairs the Cognitive Performance and Judgment Steering Committee at USARIEM.
Dr. Banderet authors “Land Navigation Test for Assessing Cognition.”
Laboratory construction is completed and the weapon engagement simulator is delivered to USARIEM.
Dr. Banderet, the invited speaker, presents “Assessing Marksmanship and Shoot–Don’t Shoot Performance in Experimental Studies Using a Re-engineered Military Simulator” at the Information Exchange Seminar.
Dr. Banderet receives the U.S. Army Achievement Medal for Civilian Service.
Dr. Banderet is named Caregiver of the Year of Greater Worcester County by Home Instead (Northborough-Natick, MA, franchise).