PUBLICATIONS

Prodigy's primary research focuses are: workload, fatigue, and stress; physiological assessment; automation; and human-robot interaction. Other areas of interest include: simulation; training; decision-making; vigilance; and individual differences. Our publications in these areas are listed below.

by TOPIC
Workload, Fatigue and Stress
  1. Matthews, G., Reinerman-Jones, L. E., Barber, D. J., & Abich, J. I.(2015). The psychometrics of mental workload: Multiple measures are sensitive but divergent. Human Factors, 57(1), 125-143. doi:10.1177/0018720814539505

  2. Mercado, J., Reinerman-Jones, L. E., Barber, D. J., & Leis, R. (2014). Investigating Workload Measures in the Nuclear Domain. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 58, 205-209.

  3. Matthews, G., Warm, J., Shaw, T., & Finomore, V. (2014). Predicting battlefield vigilance: a multivariate approach to assessment of attentional resources. Ergonomics, 57(6), 856-875.

  4. Leis, R., Reinerman-Jones, L. E., Sollins, B., Barber, D. J., & Mercado, J. (2014) Workload from Nuclear Power Plant Task Types Across Repeated Sessions. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 58, 210-214.

  5. Saxby, D. J., Matthews, G., Warm, J. S., Hitchcock, E. M., & Neubauer, C. (2013). Active and passive fatigue in simulated driving: Discriminating styles of workload regulation and their safety impacts. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 19(4), 287-300. doi: 10.1037/a0034386

  6. Matthews, G., Szalma, J., Panganiban, A.P., Neubauer, C. & Warm, J. S. (2013). Profiling task Stress with the Dundee Stress State Questionnaire. In Cavalcanti, L. & Azebedo, S. (Eds). Psychology of Stress (pp. 49-91). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

  7. Abich, J., Reinerman-Jones, L. E., & Taylor, G. (2013). Investigating workload measures for adaptive training systems. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 57, 2091-2095.

  8. Abich, J., Reinerman-Jones, L. E., & Taylor, G. (2013). Establishing Workload Manipulations Utilizing a Simulated Environment. Virtual, Augmented & Mixed Reality. Systems & Applications, 211. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-39420-1_23

  9. Klein, M. I., Warm, J. S., Riley, M. A., Matthews, G., Doarn, C., Donovan, J. F., & Gaitonde, K. (2012). Mental Workload and Stress Perceived by Novice Operators in the Laparoscopic and Robotic Minimally Invasive Surgical Interfaces. Journal of Endourology, 26(8), 1089-1094.

  10. Matthews, G., Reinerman-Jones, L. E., Wohleber, R. W., Lin, J., Mercado, J., & Abich, J. (Accepted) Workload is Multidimensional, not Unitary: What Now? Proceedings of International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction.

Physiological Assessment
  1. Reinerman-Jones, L.E., Parchment, A., Matthews, G., Barber, D., Lackey, S., & Teo, G. (2014). Cerebral Blood Flow Velocity and Stress as Predictors of Decision Making. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 58, 984-988.

  2. Sollins, B., Chen, D., Reinerman-Jones, L.E., & Tarr, R. (2014). Truck Driving Distractions Impact on Performance and Physiological Response. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 58, 2171-2175.

  3. Tolegenova, A. A., Kustubayeva, A. M., & Matthews, G. (2014). Trait Meta-Mood, gender and EEG response during emotion-regulation. Personality and Individual Differences, 65, 75-80.

  4. Kamzanova, A. T., Kustubayeva, A. M., & Matthews, G. (2014). Use of EEG workload indices for diagnostic monitoring of vigilance decrement. Human Factors, 6, 1136-1149.

  5. Reinerman-Jones, L.E., Sollins, B., Gallagher, S., & Janz, B. (2013). Neurophenomenology: an integrated approach to exploring awe and wonder. South African Journal of Philosophy, 32(4), 295-309. doi:10.1080/02580136.2013.867397

  6. Descheneaux, C. R., Reinerman-Jones, L. E., & Barber, D. J. (2013). Hemispheric differences and spatial ability in robot to human tactile communication. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 57, 1154-1158.

  7. Barber, D., & Hudson, I. (2011). Distributed logging and synchronization of physiological and performance measures to support adaptive automation strategies. In D. Schmorrow & C. Fidopiastis (Eds.), Foundations of Augmented Cognition. Directing the Future of Adaptive Systems (1st ed., pp. 559–566). Orlando, FL: Springer.

  8. Barber, D. J., Reinerman-Jones, L. E., Lackey S., & Hudson, I. (2011). Augmenting Robot Behaviors Using Physiological Measures. Proceedings of the Bi-annual Meeting of HCI International, 6780, 567-572.

  9. Taylor, G., Reinerman-Jones, L.E., Cosenzo, K., & Nicholson, D. (2010). Comparison of Multiple Physiological Sensors to Classify Operator State in Adaptive Automation Systems. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 54, 195-199.

  10. Matthews, G., Warm, J. S., Reinerman-Jones, L. E., Langheim, L. K., Washburn, D. A., & Tripp, L. (2010). Task engagement, cerebral blood flow velocity, and diagnostic monitoring for sustained attention. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 16(2), 187-203.

Automation
  1. Neubauer, C., Matthews, G., & Saxby, D.J. (2014). Fatigue in the Automated Vehicle Do Games and Conversation Distract or Energize the Driver? Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 58, 2053-2057.

  2. Taylor, G. S., Reinerman-Jones, L. E., Szalma, J. L., Mouloua, M., & Hancock, P. A. (2013). What to automate: Addressing the multidimensionality of cognitive resources through system design. Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making, 7(4), 311-329. doi:10.1177/1555343413495396

  3. Neubauer, C., Matthews, G., & Saxby, D.J. (2012). The Effects of Cell Phone Use and Automation on Driver Performance and Subjective State in Simulated Driving. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 56, 1987-1991.

  4. Neubauer, C., Matthews, G., Langheim, L., & Saxby, D. (2012). Fatigue and voluntary utilization of automation in simulated driving. Human Factors, 5, 734-746.

  5. Reinerman-Jones, L. E., Taylor, G., Sprouse, K., Barber, D., & Hudson, I. (2011). Adaptive Automation as a Task Switching and Task Congruence Challenge. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 55, 197-201.

  6. Neubauer, C., Matthews, G., Saxby, D.J., & Langheim, L. (2011). Individual differences and automation choice in simulated driving. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 55, 1563-1567.

  7. Barber, D., & Hudson, I. (2011). Distributed Logging and Synchronization of Physiological and Performance Measures to Support Adaptive Automation Strategies. In D. Schmorrow & C. Fidopiastis (Eds.), Foundations of Augmented Cognition. Directing the Future of Adaptive Systems (1st ed., pp. 559–566). Orlando, FL: Springer.

  8. Taylor, G., Reinerman-Jones, L. E., Cosenzo, K., & Nicholson, D. (2010). Comparison of Multiple Physiological Sensors to Classify Operator State in Adaptive Automation Systems. Proceedings of the Human Factors & Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 195-199.

  9. Cosenzo, K.A., Chen, J.Y.C., Reinerman-Jones, L.E., Barnes, M., & Nicholson, D. (2010). Adaptive Automation Effects on Operator Performance during a Reconnaissance Mission with an Unmanned Ground Vehicle. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 54, 2135-2139.

  10. Fidopiastis, C., Drexler, J., Barber, D., Cosenzo, K., Barnes, M., Chen, J. Y. C., & Nicholson, D. (2009). Impact of Automation and Task Load on Unmanned System Operator’s Eye Movement Patterns. In D. D. Schmorrow, I. V. Estabrooke, & M. Grootjen (Eds.), Foundations of Augmented Cognition, Neuroergonomics, and Operational Neuroscience (pp. 229-238). San Diego, CA: Springer.

Human-Robot Interaction
  1. Barber, D. J., Reinerman-Jones, L. E., & Matthews, G. (2015). Toward a Tactile Language for Human–Robot Interaction: Two Studies of Tacton Learning and Performance. Human Factors, 57(3), 471-490.

  2. Teo, G., & Reinerman-Jones, L. E. (2014). Robot Behavior for Enhanced Human Performance and Workload. Virtual, Augmented & Mixed Reality: Designing & Developing Virtual & Augmented Environments, 117. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-07458-0_12.

  3. Teo, G., Reinerman-Jones, L. E., Barber, D., & Hudson, I. (2014). Determining Language for Human Robot Navigational Commands. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 58, 1691-1695.

  4. Lackey, S.J., Barber, D., & Martinez, S. (2014). Recommended Considerations for Human-Robot Interaction Communication Requirements. In the proceedings of Human Computer Interaction International, 8511, 663-674.

  5. Harris, J., Barber, D. (2014). Speech and Gesture Interfaces for Squad Level Human Robot Teaming. In the proceedings of SPIE Defense, Security, and Sensing – Unmanned Systems Technology, Baltimore, Maryland USA, May 5-9.

  6. Barber, D., Wohleber, R. W., Parchment, A., Jentsch, F., & Elliott, L. (2014). Development of a Squad Level Vocabulary for Human-Robot Interaction. Virtual, Augmented & Mixed Reality: Designing & Developing Virtual & Augmented Environments, 139. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-07458-0_14

  7. Wiltshire, T.J., Barber, D., & Fiore, S.M. (2013). Towards Modeling Social-Cognitive Mechanisms in Robots to Facilitate Human-Robot Teaming. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 57, 1278-1282.

  8. Descheneaux, C. R., Reinerman-Jones, L. E., & Barber, D. J. (2013). Hemispheric Differences and Spatial Ability in Robot to Human Tactile Communication. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 57, 1154-1158.

  9. Lackey, S., Barber, D., Reinerman-Jones, L. E., Badler, N.I., & Hudson, I. (2011). Defining Next-Generation Multi-Modal Communication in Human Robot Interaction. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 55, 461-464.

  10. Barber, D. J., Reinerman-Jones, L. E., Lackey S., & Hudson, I. (2011). Augmenting Robot Behaviors Using Physiological Measures. Proceedings of the Bi-annual Meeting of HCI International, 6780, 567-572.

Other Areas
  1. Sawyer, B.D., Finomore, V.S., Funke, G.J., Mancuso, V. F., Funke, M.E., Matthews G., & Warm, J.S. (2014). Cyber Vigilance: Effects of Signal Probability and Event Rate. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 58, 1171-1775.

  2. Fallon, C. K., Panganiban, A. R., Wohleber, R., Matthews, G., Kustubayeva, A. M., & Roberts, R. (2014). Emotional intelligence, cognitive ability and information search in tactical decision-making. Personality and Individual Differences, 65, 24-29.

  3. Gallagher, S., Reinerman-Jones, L.E., Janz, B., Bruhn, M., Templar, J., & Sollins, B. (2014). Using simulated environments in experimental studies of cognition: A study of spiritual experience during space travel. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science.
     doi: 10.1080/1463922X.2013.869370

  4. Matthews, G., Warm, J., Shaw, T., & Finomore, V. (2014). Predicting battlefield vigilance: a multivariate approach to assessment of attentional resources. Ergonomics, 57(6), 856-875.

  5. Abich, J. I., Reinerman-Jones, L. E., & Taylor, G. (2013). Investigating workload measures for adaptive training systems. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 57, 2091-2095

  6. Bockelman, P., Reinerman-Jones, L.E., Gallagher, S., & Janz, B. (2013). Methodological imperatives in neurophenomenology: Review of a baseline study and recommendations for research approaches. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2013.00608

  7. Reinerman-Jones, L. E.,Guznov, S., Mercado, J., & D'Agostino, A. (2013). Developing Methodology for Experimentation Using a Nuclear Power Plant Simulator. Foundations of Augmented Cognition, 8027, 181-188. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-39454-6_19

  8. Matthews, G., Warm, J. S., Reinerman-Jones, L. E., Langheim, L. K., Guznov, S., Shaw, T. H., & Finomore, V. S. (2011). The functional fidelity of individual differences research: The case for context-matching. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, 12(5), 435-450.

  9. Matthews, G., Panganiban, A. R., & Hudlicka, E. (2011). Anxiety and selective attention to threat in tactical decision-making. Personality and Individual Differences, 50, 949-954.

  10. Reinerman-Jones, L. E., Matthews, G., Langheim, L. K., & Warm, J. S. (2011). Selection for vigilance assignments: a review and proposed new direction. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, 12(4), 273-296.

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