Selected Faculty Publications

  • Susanne M Furman

    Selected Publications

    Prettyman, S., Furman, S., Theofanos, M., & Stanton, B., (2015). Privacy and Security in the Brave New World: The Use of Multiple Mental Models. In Human Aspects of Information Security, Privacy, and Trust (pp. 260-270). Springer International Publishing. 

    Furman, S., & Theofanos, M. (2014). Preserving Privacy - More Than Reading a Message. In Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction. Design for All and Accessibility Practice (pp. 14-25). Springer International Printing. 

    Furman, S., Theofanos, M., & Wald, H., (2014). Human Engineering Design Criteria Standards Part 3: Interim Steps. NISTIR 7990, March 2014. 

    Furman, S., Theofanos, M., (2013). Human Engineering Design Criteria Standards Part 1: Project Introduction and Existing Standards. NISTIR 7889, August 2013. 

    Furman, S., Theofanos, M., & Chapman, S. (2013). Human Engineering Design Criteria Standards Part 2: Methodology and Interview Results. NISTIR 7934, March 2013. 

    Furman, S., Theofanos, M., Choong, Y., & Stanton, B. (March-April, 2012). Basing Cybersecurity Training on User Perceptions. IEEE Security and Privacy, (2), 40-49. 

    Furman, S.M., Boehm-Davis, D.A., & Holt, R.W. (June 2002). A look at programmers communicating through their programs. Journal of the Washington Academy of Science, 88, #2, 73-88. 

    Blatt, J., & Furman, S., (1998). Residence Locations of Drivers Involved in Fatal Crashes. Journal of Accident Analysis and Prevention, 30, 703-711. 

    Cohen, S.L., Furman, S., Crouse, M., & Kroner, A.L. (1990). Response strength in open and closed economies. Learning and Motivation, 21 (3), 316-339. 

    Report to Congress - Review of Ten State Highway Safety Assessment. Smith, M. & Furman, S. (1991). 

    Report to Congress - Review of Highway Safety Assessment. LaHeist, W., & Furman, S. (1997)

     

  • Pamela M. Greenwood

    Research Interests: Genetic modulation of cognitive and brain aging, interventions for cognitive aging (behavioral and non-invasive brain stimulation).

    Selected Publications

    Greenwood, P.M. (in press) Far Transfer and Cognitive Training: Examination of Two Hypotheses on Mechanisms, In The Cambridge Handbook of Cognitive Aging, Gutchess & Thomas, Eds., Cambridge University Press.

    Baldwin, C., Lewis, B., Greenwood, P.M,  (2019) Designing Transportation Systems for Older Adults. CRC Press.

    Greenwood, P.M., Schmidt, K., Lin, M.-K., Lipsky, R., Parasuraman, R., Jankord, R.  A functional promoter variant of the human formimidoyltransferase cyclodeaminase (FTCD) gene is associated with working memory performance in young but not older adults. Neuropsychology, 2018 Nov;32(8):973-984. doi: 10.1037/neu0000470. Epub 2018 Jun 21.PMID:29927301.

    Greenwood, P.M., Blumberg, E., Scheldrup, M. Hypothesis for cognitive effects of transcranial direct current stimulation: Externally- and internally-directed cognition. Neurosci Biobehav Rev. 2017 Nov 15. pii: S0149-7634(17)30004-0. doi: 10.1016/

    Foroughi CK, Monfort SS, Paczynski M, McKnight PE, Greenwood PM.  Placebo effects in cognitive training. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2016 Jul 5;113(27):7470-4. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1601243113

    Greenwood, P.M. & Parasuraman, R. (2016) Mechanisms of far transfer from cognitive training: Review and hypothesis. Neuropsychology, Sep;30(6):742-55. doi: 10.1037/neu0000235.

    Rovira, E., Mackie, R.S., Clark, N., Squire, P.N., Pulido, A. Hendricks, M., & Greenwood, P.M. (2017) A Role for Attention During Wilderness Navigation: Comparing Effects of BDNF, KIBRA, and CHRNA4.
    Neuropsychology. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/neu0000277

    Greenwood, P.M. , Lin, M.-K., Sundarajan, R., Fryxell, K.J., Parasuraman, R. (2014) Healthy aging increases the cognitive effects of two genes that influence extracellular dopamine. Psychology and Aging, 29(2):363-73. doi: 10.1037/a0036109.

    Strenziok, M., Parasuraman, R., Clarke, E., Cisler, D.S., Thompson J.C., Greenwood P.M. (2014). Neurocognitive enhancement in older adults: Comparison of three cognitive training tasks to test a hypothesis of training transfer in brain connectivity, Neuroimage; DOI: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2013.07.069.

    Scheldrup, M., Greenwood, P.M., McKendrick, R., Strohl, J., Bikson, M., Alam, M., McKinley, R.A., Parasuraman, R. (2014) Transcranial direct current stimulation facilitates cognitive multi-task performance differentially depending on anode location and subtask. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. Sep 8;8:665. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2014.00665. eCollection 2014.

    Greenwood, P.M. & Parasuraman, R. (2012) Nurturing the Older Brain and Mind. MIT Press.

    Greenwood, P. M., Parasuraman, R., & Espeseth, T. (2012). A cognitive phenotype for the nicotinic receptor gene CHRNA4 rs1044396. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 36, 1331-1341.

    Greenwood, P. M., Lin, M. K., Sundararajan, R., Fryxell, K. J., & Parasuraman, R. (2009). Synergistic effects of genetic variation in nicotinic and muscarinic receptors on visual attention but not working memory. Proceeding of the Natlonal Academy of Sciences, USA, 106(9), 3633-3638.

    Greenwood, P.M. (2007). Functional plasticity in cognitive aging: Review and hypothesis. Neuropsychology, 21, 657-673. (Published with open peer commentary).

  • William S Helton

    Selected Publications

    Selected Journal Publications Since 2016

    Epling, S.L., Edgar, G.K., Russell, P.N., & Helton, W.S. (in press). Is semantic vigilance impaired by narrative memory demands? Theory and applications. Human Factors.

    Satterfield, K., Harwood, A.E, Helton, W.S., & Shaw, T. (in press). Does depleting self-control result in poorer vigilance performance? Human Factors.

    Melrose, A., Nelson, X.J., Dolev, Y., & Helton, W.S. (in press). Vigilance all the way down: Vigilance decrement in jumping spiders resembles that of humans. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology.

    Nelson, X. J., Helton, W. S., & Melrose, A. (2019). The effect of stimulus encounter rate on response decrement in jumping spiders. Behavioural Processes, 159, 57-59.

    Humphrey, B., Helton, W. S., Bedoya, C., Dolev, Y., & Nelson, X. J. (2018). Psychophysical investigation of vigilance decrement in jumping spiders: overstimulation or understimulation? Animal Cognition, 21(6), 787-794.

    Epling, S. L., Blakely, M. J., Edgar, G. K., Russell, P. N., & Helton, W. S. (2018). Memory impairment during a climbing traverse: implications for search and rescue climbing. Experimental Brain Research, 236(11), 3043-3052.

    Dang, J.S., Figueroa, I.J., & Helton, W.S. (2018). You are measuring the decision to be fast, not inattention: the Sustained Attention to Response Task does not measure sustained attention. Experimental Brain Research, 236, 2255–2262.

    Kemp, S., Chan, M., Chen, Z., & Helton, W.S. (2018). Risk attitude, perceived returns and investment choice in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Psychology, 47, 23-29.

    Wilson, K. M., de Joux, N. R., Finkbeiner, K. M., Russell, P. N., Retzler, J. R., & Helton, W. S. (2018). Prolonging the response movement inhibits the feed-forward motor program in the sustained attention to response task. Acta Psychologica183, 75-84.

    Head, J., & Helton, W. S. (2018). The troubling science of neurophenomenology. Experimental Brain Research, 236(9), 2463-2467.

    Head, J., Tenan, M.S., Tweedell, A.J., LaFiandra, M.E., Morelli, F., Wilson, K.M., Ortega, S.V., & Helton, W.S. (2017). Prior mental fatigue impairs marksmanship decision performance. Frontiers in Physiology.

    Rees, A., Wiggins, M. W., Helton, W. S., Loveday, T., & O'Hare, D. (2017). The impact of breaks on sustained attention in a simulated, semi‐automated train control task. Applied Cognitive Psychology31(3), 351-359.

    Brouwers, S., Wiggins, M. W., Griffin, B., Helton, W. S., & O’Hare, D. (2017). The role of cue utilisation in reducing the workload in a train control task. Ergonomics60(11), 1500-1515.

    de Joux, N. R., Wilson, K. M., Russell, P. N., Finkbeiner, K. M., & Helton, W. S. (2017). A functional near-infrared spectroscopy study of the effects of configural properties on sustained attention. Neuropsychologia94, 106-117.

    Helton, W. S., & Russell, P. N. (2017). Rest is still best: The role of the qualitative and quantitative load of interruptions on vigilance. Human Factors59, 91-100.

    Epling, S. L., Blakely, M. J., Russell, P. N., & Helton, W. S. (2017). Interference between a fast-paced spatial puzzle task and verbal memory demands. Experimental Brain Research6(235), 1899-1907.

    Hancock, N. J., Joux, N. R., Wingreen, S. C., Kemp, S., Thomas, J., & Helton, W. S. (2017). Positive post‐disaster images: A daydream machine? British Journal of Psychology108(3), 528-543.

    Head, J. R., Tenan, M. S., Tweedell, A. J., Price, T. F., LaFiandra, M. E., & Helton, W. S. (2016). Cognitive fatigue influences time-on-task during bodyweight resistance training exercise. Frontiers in Physiology,7.

    Epling, S. L., Blakely, M. J., Russell, P. N., & Helton, W. S. (2016). Free recall and outdoor running: cognitive and physical demand interference. Experimental Brain Research234, 2979-2987.

    Buckley, R. J., Helton, W. S., Innes, C. R., Dalrymple-Alford, J. C., & Jones, R. D. (2016). Attention lapses and behavioural microsleeps during tracking, psychomotor vigilance, and dual tasks. Consciousness and Cognition45, 174-183.

    Wilson, K. M., Finkbeiner, K. M., de Joux, N. R., Russell, P. N., & Helton, W. S. (2016). Go-stimuli proportion influences response strategy in a sustained attention to response task. Experimental Brain Research234(10), 2989-2998.

    Finkbeiner, K. M., Russell, P. N., & Helton, W. S. (2016). Rest improves performance, nature improves happiness: assessment of break periods on the abbreviated vigilance task. Consciousness and Cognition42, 277-285.

    Wilson, K. M., de Joux, N. R., Finkbeiner, K. M., Russell, P. N., & Helton, W. S. (2016). The effect of task-relevant and irrelevant anxiety-provoking stimuli on response inhibition. Consciousness and Cognition42, 358-365.

    Brouwers, S., Wiggins, M., Helton, W.S., O’Hare, D., & Griffin, B. (2016). Cue utilisation and cognitive load in novel task performance. Frontiers in Psychology, 7.

    Woodham, A., Billinghurst, M., & Helton, W. S. (2016). Climbing with a head-mounted display dual-task costs. Human Factors: The Journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society58(3), 452-461.

    Blakely, M. J., Kemp, S., & Helton, W. S. (2016). Volitional running and tone counting: The impact of cognitive load on running over natural terrain. IIE Transactions on Occupational Ergonomics and Human Factors4(2-3), 104-114.

    Epling, S. L., Russell, P. N., & Helton, W. S. (2016). A new semantic vigilance task: vigilance decrement, workload, and sensitivity to dual-task costs. Experimental Brain Research, 234(1), 133-139.

    Lambie, E., Wilson, T. M., Johnston, D. M., Jensen, S., Brogt, E., Doyle, E. E., & Helton, W. S. (2016). Human behaviour during and immediately following earthquake shaking: developing a methodological approach for analysing video footage. Natural Hazards80(1), 249-283.

  • Yi-Ching Lee

    Research Interests: Driver attention, emotion, and behavior; diagnostic driving; experiential learning; incentives and behavior change

    Selected Publications

    Lee, Y.-C., & Mirman, J. H. (2018). Parents’ perspectives on using autonomous vehicles to enhance children’s mobility. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, 96: 415-431.  

    Lee, Y.-C., & LaVoie, N. (2018). Instruction-prompted objective behaviors as proxy for subjective measures in a driving simulator. Transportation Research Part F: Psychology and Behaviour, 55, 58-66.

    LaVoie, N., Lee, Y.-C., Allison, A., & Parker, J. (2018). A new approach for assessing and training drivers’ speed management. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 111, 266-270.

    Mirman, J. H., Durbin, D.R., Lee, Y.-C., & Seifert, S. (2017). Adolescent and adult drivers' mobile phone use while driving with different interlocutors. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 104, 18-23. 

    Lee, Y.-C., & Winston, F. K. (2016). Stress induction techniques in a driving simulator and reactions from newly licensed drivers. Transportation Research Part F, 42, 44-55.

    LaVoie, N., Lee, Y.-C., & Parker, J. (2016). Preliminary research developing a theory of cell phone distraction and social relationships. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 86, 155-160.

    Ontañón, S., Lee, Y.-C., Snodgrass, S., Bonfiglio, D. J., Winston, F. K., McDonald, C. C., & Gonzalez, A. J. (2014). Case-Based prediction of teen driver behavior and skill. Case-Based Reasoning Research and Development, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, 8765, 375-489.

    Lee, Y.-C., Lee, J. D., & Boyle, L. N. (2009). The interaction of cognitive load and attention-directing cues in driving. Human Factors, 51, 271-280.

    Lee, Y.-C., Lee, J. D., & Boyle, L. N. (2007). Visual attention in driving: the effects of cognitive load and visual disruption. Human Factors, 49, 721-733.

  • Patrick E McKnight

    Research Interests: Research methods and data analysis with a particular interest in measurement.

    Selected Publications

    Please see my Google Scholar page.

  • Matthew S. Peterson

    Research Interests: Visual attention, eye movements, working memory, attentional control, brain plasticity, and cognitive training

    Selected Publications

    Rabbit, L.R., Roberts, D.M., McDonald, C.G., & Peterson, M.S. (2017). Neural activity reveals perceptual grouping in working memory. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 113, 40-45.

    Azarian, S.B., Buzzell, G.A., Esser, E.G., Dornstauder, A., & Peterson, M.S. (2017). Averted body postures facilitate orienting of the eyes. Acta Psychologica, 175, 28-32.

    Azarian, S.B., Peterson, M.S., & Esser, E. (2016). Evidence from the eyes: Threatening postures hold attention. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 764-770

    Bansal, S., Bray, L.J., Peterson, M.S., Joiner, W.M. (2015) The Effect of Saccade Metrics on the Corollary Discharge Contribution to Perceived Eye Location. Journal of Neurophysiology, 113(9), 3312-3322

    Blumberg, E.J., Peterson, M.S., & Parasuraman, R. (2015) Enhancing Multiple Object Tracking Performance with Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation; A Causal Role for the Anterior Intraparietal Sulcus. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience

    Blumberg, E. J., Foroughi, C. K, Scheldrup, M. R., Peterson, M. S., Boehm-Davis, D. A., & Parasuraman, R (2015, in press) Reducing the Disruptive Effects of Interruptions with Noninvasive Brain Stimulation. Human Factors

    Azarian, S.B., Esser, E., & Peterson, M.S.  (2015). Watch out! Directional threat-related postures cue attention and the eyes. Cognition and Emotion

     

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  • Tyler H. Shaw

    Research Interests: Vigilance or sustained attention, Human-Computer interaction, trust in automation, team performance.

    Selected Publications

    Harwood, A.E., Greenwood, P.M., & Shaw, T. H. (2017). Transcranial Doppler Sonography Reveals Reductions in Hemispheric Asymmetry in Healthy Older Adults During Vigilance. Frontiers in Ageing Neuroscience. doi: 10.3389/fnagi.2017.00021.

    Shaw, T. H., Nguyen, C., Satterfield, K., Ramirez, R., & McKnight, P. (2016). Cerebral Hemovelocity reveals differential resource allocation strategies for extraverts and introverts during vigilance. Experimental Brain Research234, 577-585.

    Walliser, J.C., de Visser, E.J., Shaw, T.H. (2016). Application of a system-wide trust strategy when supervising multiple autonomous agents. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, USA, 60.

    Mckendrick, R., Shaw, T. H., Saqer, H.,  de Visser, E., Kidwell, B., & Parasuraman, R. (2014). Team performance in networked supervisory control of unmanned air vehicles: Effects of automation, working memory, and communication content. Human Factors, 56, 463-475.

  • Eva Wiese

    Research Interests: Social Robotics and Embodied cognition in HCI

    Selected Publications

    Books

    Wiese, E., & Wiese, L. (2012). Design Problem-Solving with External Representations. In: J.Adenauer & J. Petruschat (Eds.) Prototype! physical, virtual, hybrid, smart (Form+ Zweck Verlag, Berlin), pp. 160-185.

    Journal Articles

    Wiese, E., Wykowska, A., & Müller, H.J. (in prep.). The spatial specificity of gaze cuing is modulated by facial expression.

    Wiese, E., Wykowska, A., & Müller, H.J. (2014). What we observe is biased by what other people tell us: Beliefs about the reliability of gaze behavior modulate attentional orienting to gaze cues. PLoS One.

    Wykowska, A.*, Wiese, E.*, & Müller, H.J. (under review). Readiness to engage in social interactions depends on beliefs about the minds of others, an EEG study. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.

    Wiese, E., Zwickel, J., & Müller, H.J. (2013). The importance of social context information on the spatial specificity of gaze cuing. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 75(5), 967-982.

    Wiese, E.*, Wykowska, A.*, Zwickel, J., & Müller, H.J. (2012). I see what you mean: How attentional selection is shaped by ascribing intentions to others. PLoS One, 7(9): e45391. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0045391.

    Wiese, E., Israel, J.H., Meyer, A., & Bongartz, S. (2010). Investigating the Learnability of Immersive Free-Hand Sketching. In: M. Alexa & E. Do (eds.) EUROGRAPHICS SBIM, 135-142.

    Wiese, E., Zwickel, J., Müller, H.J. (2009). Im Auge des Anderen – Wie uns die Anwesenheit anderer beeinflusst. In: In-Mind-Magazine, 2, 1-8.

    Bachinger, S., Wiese, E., Israel, J.H. (2009). Establishing a semantic differential on product prototype aesthetics: a research approach. In: MMI Interaktiv, Special Issue Human-Machine Interaction, 1-8.

    Israel, J.H., Wiese E., Mateescu, M., & Stark, R. (2009). Investigating three-dimensional sketching for early conceptual design – Results from expert discussions and user studies. Computer & Graphics, 33(4), 462-473.