Overview

  • Dr. Still helped create and direct the first Human Factors graduate program in Missouri. He has won awards for teaching, service, and research.
  • Selected Publications

    Articles In Academic Journals

    Year Title
    2018 An exploratory study of cyber hygiene behaviors and knowledgeJournal of Information Security and Applications. 36-45.
    2018 Incognito: Shoulder-Surfing resistant selection methodJournal of Information Security and Applications. 1-8.
    2018 Web page visual hierarchy: Examining Faraday's guidelines for entry pointsComputers in Human Behavior. 352-359.
    2017 Human-centered authentication guidelinesInformation and Computer Security. 437-453.
    2017 Subliminal techniques: Considerations and recommendations for analyzing feasibilityInternational Journal of Human-Computer Interaction. 1-10.
    2017 Web page attentional priority modelJournal of Cognition, Technology, & Work. 363-374.
    2016 Effects of cognitive load on affordance-based interactionsJournal of Applied Cognitive Psychology. 1042-1051.
    2015 Contrasting traditional in-class exams with frequency online testingJournal of Teaching and Learning with Technology. 30-40.
    2015 Contrasting traditional in-class exams with frequent online testingJournal of Teaching and Learning with Technology. 30-40.
    2015 Designing intuitive interactions: Exploring performance and reflection measuresInteracting with Computers. 271-286.
    2015 Designing intuitive interactions: Exploring performance and reflective measuresInteracting with Computers. 271-286.
    2013 Alternatives to eye tracking for predicting stimulus-driven attentional selection within interfacesJournal of Human-Computer Interaction. 417-441.
    2013 Cognitively describing and designing affordances.Journal of Design Studies. 285-301.
    2010 Examining working memory load and congruency effects on affordances and conventionsInternational Journal of Human-Computer Studies. 561-571.
    2009 Conceptualizing design affordances from a cognitive perspectiveProQuest’s Digital Dissertations Database.

    Conference Papers

    Year Title
    2017 Predicting stimulus-driven attentional selection within mobile interfaces..  255-261.
    2017 Visual saliency predicts fixations in low clutter web pages.  1114-1118.
    2016 Using a mobile application to help visually impaired individuals explore the outdoors..  213-226.
    2015 Opinions or algorithms: An investigation of trust in people versus automation in app store security..  415-425.
    2013 Implementing Scenarios as an Evaluation Method of the Patient-Physician Interaction in Decision Aids.  232-239.
    2013 Priming categorization in a card sort..  265-272.
    2012 Practical recommendations for examining subliminal techniques in ubiquitous computing.  6.
    2011 Motivating change and reducing cost with the discount video data analysis technique..  321-328.
    2010 A saliency model predicts fixations in web interfaces..  4.
    2008 An empirical investigation of affordances and conventions.  457-472.
    2008 Enhancing multi-use interaction with multi-touch tabletop displays using hand tracking.  297-302.

    Research Overview

  • Dr. Still’s laboratory reveals implicit cognitive processes that can be used to help designers develop intuitive interfaces. Currently, we are developing models to predict eye movements within interfaces, and improving the usability of authentication methods.
  • Expertise Keywords

  • Psychology : Attention, Human-Computer Interaction, Usable Design
  • Education And Training

  • Ph.D. in Human Computer Interaction, Iowa State University 2009
  • M.S. in Psychology, Iowa State University 2006
  • Full Name

  • Jeremiah Still