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Raja Parasuraman
Raja Parasuraman
Professor of Psychology, George Mason University
Verified email at gmu.edu - Homepage
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A model for types and levels of human interaction with automation
R Parasuraman, TB Sheridan, CD Wickens
IEEE Transactions on systems, man, and cybernetics-Part A: Systems and …, 2000
41472000
Humans and automation: Use, misuse, disuse, abuse
R Parasuraman, V Riley
Human factors 39 (2), 230-253, 1997
40571997
The psychology of vigilance
DR Davies, R Parasuraman
Academic Press, 1982
15471982
A meta-analysis of factors affecting trust in human-robot interaction
PA Hancock, DR Billings, KE Schaefer, JYC Chen, EJ De Visser, ...
Human factors 53 (5), 517-527, 2011
13422011
Vigilance requires hard mental work and is stressful
JS Warm, R Parasuraman, G Matthews
Human factors 50 (3), 433-441, 2008
11572008
Performance consequences of automation-induced'complacency'
R Parasuraman, R Molloy, IL Singh
The International Journal of Aviation Psychology 3 (1), 1-23, 1993
11181993
Complacency and bias in human use of automation: An attentional integration
R Parasuraman, DH Manzey
Human factors 52 (3), 381-410, 2010
9742010
Evaluating Titan2D mass-flow model using the 1963 Little Tahoma peak avalanches, Mount Rainier, Washington
MF Sheridan, AJ Stinton, A Patra, EB Pitman, A Bauer, CC Nichita
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 139 (1-2), 89-102, 2005
7582005
Situation awareness, mental workload, and trust in automation: Viable, empirically supported cognitive engineering constructs
R Parasuraman, TB Sheridan, CD Wickens
Journal of cognitive engineering and decision making 2 (2), 140-160, 2008
7442008
The attentive brain
R Parasuraman
Mit Press, 2000
6002000
Varieties of attention
R Parasuraman, R Parasuraman, DR Davies
Academic Press, 1984
5671984
Visual sustained attention: Image degradation produces rapid sensitivity decrement over time
KH Nuechterlein, R Parasuraman, Q Jiang
Science 220 (4594), 327-329, 1983
5391983
Memory load and event rate control sensitivity decrements in sustained attention
R Parasuraman
Science 205 (4409), 924-927, 1979
5171979
Humans: Still vital after all these years of automation
R Parasuraman, CD Wickens
Decision Making in Aviation, 251-260, 2017
5122017
Designing for flexible interaction between humans and automation: Delegation interfaces for supervisory control
CA Miller, R Parasuraman
Human factors 49 (1), 57-75, 2007
4992007
Psychophysiology and adaptive automation
EA Byrne, R Parasuraman
Biological psychology 42 (3), 249-268, 1996
4871996
Neuroergonomics: The brain at work
R Parasuraman, M Rizzo
Oxford University Press, 2006
4752006
The future of air traffic control: Human operators and automation
National Research Council
National Academies Press, 1998
4681998
Battery powered thought: enhancement of attention, learning, and memory in healthy adults using transcranial direct current stimulation
BA Coffman, VP Clark, R Parasuraman
Neuroimage 85, 895-908, 2014
4532014
Monitoring an automated system for a single failure: Vigilance and task complexity effects
R Molloy, R Parasuraman
Human Factors 38 (2), 311-322, 1996
4361996
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