Selected Publications

Articles In Academic Journals

Year Title
2006 A comparison of a brain-based adaptive system and a manual adaptable system for invoking automationHuman factors. 693-709.
2004 An evaluation of an adaptive automation system using a cognitive vigilance taskBiological Psychology. 283-297.
2003 A brain-based system for adaptive automationTheoretical Issues in Ergonomic Science. 200-219.
2003 The effects of a psychophysiological system for adaptive automation on performance, workload, and the event-related potential P300 componentHuman factors. 601-613.
2002 The effects of a biocybernetic system on vigilance performanceHuman factors. 654-664.
2000 A closed-loop system for examining psychophysiological measures for adaptive automationInternational Journal of Aviation Psychology. 393-410.
2000 Evaluation of a psychophysiologically controlled adaptive automation system, using performance on a tracking taskApplied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback. 103-115.
2000 The electrocortical correlates of daydreaming during vigilance tasksJournal of Mental Imagery. 61-72.
1999 Evaluation of an adaptive automation system using three EEG indices with a visual tracking taskBiological Psychology. 61-76.
1998 A comparison of two methods for use in adaptive automationPerceptual and motor skills. 1185-1186.

Chapters

Year Title
2005 Measuring task-related and task-unrelated thoughtsQuantifying Human Information Processing. Lexington Books.
2004 Event Rate Changes and Monitoring Performance Using a Biocybernetic Adaptive SystemHuman performance, situation awareness, and automation: Current research and trends. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
2000 A biocybernetic system for adaptive automationEngineering psychophysiology: Issues and applications. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum and Associates.
1997 Behavioral and physiological correlates of a bio-cybernetic, closed-loop system for adaptive automationHuman-Automation Interaction: Research and practice. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Conference Papers

Year Title
2003 The effects of a brain-based adaptive automation system on situation awareness: The role of complacency potential.  1048-1052.
2002 The effects of event rate and array size on a cognitive vigilance task with associated EEG rhythms and a derived engagement index.  1674-1674.
2000 Can a biocybernetic system be used to maintain vigilance performance?.  3_216-3_216.
2000 Mental fatigue and workload: Effort allocation during multiple task performance.  3_863-3_866.
1999 Hazardous states of awareness: What are they and how do we measure them?.  854-860.
1998 An assessment of the efficacy of event-related potentials for adaptive automation.  1602 (abstract).
1998 The effects of task partitioning and computer skill on engagement and performance with an adaptive, biocybernetic system.  133-137.
1997 A biocybernetic system for examining psychophysiological correlates for adaptive automation.  1378 (abstract).
1997 An examination of system sensitivity in a biocybernetic adaptive system.  305-309.
1995 A bio-cybernetic system for adaptive automation.  1365-1369.

Grants

  • Evaluation of NIRS as an assessment of brain activity related to different levels of workload in a vigilance task  awarded by NASA 2004
  • Neurophysiological and behavioral indices of mental workload as a function of traffic density and visibility  awarded by NASA 2003
  • Adaptive technology as a countermeasure for complacency  awarded by NASA 2001 - 2002
  • Psychophysiological control of cognitive task using adaptive automation  awarded by NASA 1999 - 2002
  • Evaluating the ability of heart rate and EEG to control alertness during performance  awarded by NASA 2000 - 2001
  • Toward a model of adaptive technology: The efficacy of physiological measures  awarded by NASA 2000
  • External validity considerations of a biocybernetic system for adaptive automation  awarded by NASA 1999 - 2000
  • User acceptability of physiological and other measures of hazardous states of awareness  awarded by NASA 1999 - 2000
  • Biocybernetic control of vigilance task parameters  awarded by NASA 1998 - 1999
  • A biocybernetic system in a closed-loop, adaptive automation-based environment  awarded by NASA 1997
  • Measures and countermeasures of hazardous states of awareness  awarded by NASA 1997
  • Functional relationships among monitoring performance: Subjective report of thought process and compromising states of awareness - addendum  awarded by NASA 1996
  • Functional relationships among monitoring performance: Subjective report of thought process and compromising states of awareness - addendum  awarded by NASA 1995
  • Investigating the impact of automation: Analysis using artificial neural networks as vigilance and performance predictors  awarded by NASA 1995
  • Functional relationships among monitoring performance: Subjective report of thought process and compromising states of awareness  awarded by NASA 1994
  • Functional relationships among monitoring performance: subjective report of thought processes and compromising states of awareness - addendum  awarded by NASA 1994