Selected Publications

Articles In Academic Journals

Year Title
2018 The Second Society for Simulation in Healthcare Research Summit: Beyond our BoundariesSimulation in Healthcare.
2017 Differences in mental workload between traditional and single-incision laparoscopic procedures measured with a secondary taskAmerican Journal of Surgery. 244-248.
2017 Effects of a retention interval and refresher session on intracorporeal suturing and knot tying skill and mental workloadSurgery. 1209-1214.
2017 Learner improvement from a simulation-enhanced ultrasonography curriculum for first-year medical studentsJournal of Ultrasound in Medicine. 609-619.
2017 Running memory for clinical handoffs: A look at active and passive processingHuman Factors. 393-406.
2016 Standardized patient encounters: periodic versus post-encounter evaluation of nontechnical clinical performanceSimulation in Healthcare.
2016 The influence of a crosshair visual aid on observer detection of simulated fetal heart rate signalsJournal of Perinatology Reports.
2015 Changes in stress and subjective workload over time following a workload transitionTheoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science. 586-605.
2015 Intracorporeal suturing: Transfer from FLS to cadavers results in substantial increase in mental workloadSurgery.
2015 Resident handoff training: Initial evaluation of a novel methodJournal for Healthcare Quality. 75-80.
2013 The cognitive demands of standardized patients: Understanding limitations in attention and working memory with the decoding of nonverbal behavior during improvisationsSimulation in Healthcare. 207-214.
2012 Simulator training to automaticity leads to improved skill transfer compared with traditional proficiency-based training: A randomized controlled trialAnnals of Surgery. 30-37.
2012 Spatial judgments of linear perspective images in the horizontal and vertical planes from different vantage pointsPerception. 26-42.
2011 A path to better healthcare simulation systems: Leveraging the integrated systems design approachSimulation in Healthcare. 520-523.
2011 Time and number of displays impact critical signal detection in fetal heart rate tracings. American Journal of PerinatologyAmerican Journal of Perinatology. 435-442.
2010 Higher mental workload is associated with poorer laparoscopic performance as measured by the NASA-TLX toolSimulation in Healthcare. 267-271.
2009 A Model for Multidisciplinary Graduate Education in Modeling and SimulationA Model for Multidisciplinary Graduate Education in Modeling and Simulation. 3-13.
2009 Virtual operating room team training via computer0-based agentsInternational Journal of Intelligent Control and Systems. 115-122.
2008 Do novices display automaticity during simulator training?The American Journal of Surgery. 210-213.
2008 Simulation in Training: One Year Experience Using an Efficiency Index to Assess Interventional Radiology Fellow Training StatusJournal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology. 1366-1371.
2007 Automation-induced complacency for monitoring highly reliable systems: The role of operator trust & task complexityTheoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science. 321-348.
2007 High fidelity, high performance?Simulation in Healthcare. 224-230.
2007 Redefining simulator proficiency using automaticity theoryThe American Journal of Surgery. 502-506.
2006 A comparison of a brain-based adaptive system and a manual adaptable system for invoking automationHuman Factors. 693-709.
2006 Comparison of a virtual reality simulator and simulated limbs for phlebotomy trainingJournal of Infusion Nursing. 214-224.
2006 The efficacy of a medical virtual reality simulator for phlebotomyHuman Factors. 72-84.
2004 An evaluation of an adaptive automation system using a cognitive vigilance taskBiological Psychology. 283-297.
2004 Medical virtual reality simulation: Enhancing safety through practicing medicine without patientsBiomedical Instrumentation & Technology. 225-228.
2004 Training in peacekeeping operations using virtual environmentsIEEE Computer Graphics & Applications: Projects in VR. 18-21.
2003 A brain-based system for adaptive automationTheoretical Issues in Ergonomic Science. 200-219.
2003 Generating nonverbal indicators of deception in virtual reality trainingJournal of WSCG. 314-321.
2003 Nonverbal indicators of malicious intent: Affective components for interrogative virtual reality trainingInternational Journal of Human-Computer Studies. 237-244.
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.
2002 The effects of communication modes on performance and discourse organization with an adaptive interfaceApplied Ergonomics. 15-26.
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.
1996 The effects of instruction type and boredom proneness in vigilance: Implications for boredom and workloadHuman Factors. 752-765.
1993 The effects of subject-controlled pacing and task type on sustained attention and workloadThe Journal of General Psychology. 293-307.
1992 The role of time and cuing in a college lectureContemporary Educational Psychology. 312-328.
1990 Pathway inhibition and vigilance performance: The role of sensory alternationHuman Factors. 717-728.
1990 Understanding strategic usage of 'on the job' reference aidsApplied Ergonomics. 25-32.
1987 Automatic and controlled processing approach to interpreting vigilance performanceHuman Factors. 653-660.
1987 Event asynchrony and signal regularity in sustained attentionCurrent Psychological Research and Reviews. 335-343.
1984 The impact of performance cues on leader behavior ratings: The role of selective information availability and probabilistic response biasOrganizational Behavior and Human Performance. 323-349.
1983 Details of command language keystrokesACM Transactions on Office Information Systems. 159-178.

Books

Year Title
1999 Automation technology and human performance: Current research and trends.  Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum and Associates.

Chapters

Year Title
2015 Using simulation to examine perceptual challenges faced by health care providersThe Cambridge handbook of applied perception research, volume II. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.
2012 Adaptive automation for mitigation of hazardous states of awarenessThe handbook of operator fatigue. London: Ashgate.
2012 Medical simulationHandbook of human factors and ergonomics in health care and patient safety. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.
2009 Simulation advances in medical training: Laparoscopic skill acquisitionHuman factors in simulation and training. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.
2008 Human factors issues in automationSystems engineering approach to Medical Automation. Boston, MA: Artech House.
2007 Adaptive automationNeuroergonomics: The brain at work. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
2006 Adaptive automationInternational encyclopedia of ergonomics and human factors. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.
2006 Dynamic function allocationInternational encyclopedia of ergonomics and human factors. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.
2006 Medical virtual reality simulatorsInternational encyclopedia of ergonomics and human factors. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.
2005 Measuring task-related and task-unrelated thoughtsQuantifying Human Information Processing. Lanham, MD: Lexington Book.
2004 Event Rate Changes and Monitoring Performance Using a Biocybernetic Adaptive SystemHuman performance, situation awareness, and automation: Current research and trends. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
2004 Implementing voice and datalink commands under task interference during simulated flightHuman performance, situation awareness, and automation: Current research and trends. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
2001 Adaptive automationInternational encyclopedia of ergonomics and human factors. London: Taylor and Francis, Inc.
2001 Stress, workload, and boredom in vigilance: A problem and an answerStress, workload, and fatigue. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum and Associates.
2000 A biocybernetic system for adaptive automationEngineering psychophysiology: Issues and applications. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum and Associates.
1999 Does desire for control affect interactions in an adaptive automated environment?Automation technology and human performance: Current research and trends. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum and Associates.
1999 Skill Acquisition with Human and Computer Teammates: Performance with team KRAutomation technology and human performance: Current research and trends. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum and Associates.
1999 The R.M.S. Titanic: A siren of technologyAutomation technology and human performance: Current research and trends. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum and Associates.
1999 The effects of search differences for the presence and absence of features on vigilance performance and mental workloadAutomation technology and human performance: Current research and trends. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum and Associates.
1998 What’s so boring about vigilance?Viewing psychology as a whole: The integrative science of William N. Dember. Washington, D.C.: APA Books.
1997 Behavioral and physiological correlates of a bio-cybernetic, closed-loop system for adaptive automationHuman-Automation Interaction: Research and practice. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
1997 Getting to know you: Human-computer communication in adaptive automationHuman-Automation Interaction: Research and practice. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
1996 Theoretical perspectives on adaptive automationAutomation and human performance: Theory and applications. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
1995 Usability testingResearch Techniques in Human Engineering. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall.
1994 Implementing adaptive automation in aviation: The pilot-cockpit teamHuman Performance in Automated Systems: Current Research and Trends. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
1989 Strategies for on line procedural documentation usageIntelligent Interfaces: Theory, Research and Design. North Holland: Elsevier Science Publishers.
1987 Event asynchrony and task demands in sustained attentionErgonomics and Human Factors. New York: Springer Verlag.
1985 Hemispheric asymmetry and sustained attentionTrends in Ergonomics/Human Factors II. North Holland: Elsevier Science Publishers.
1985 Toward an understanding of documentation usage: Referencing and problem solving strategiesTrends in Ergonomics/Human Factors II. North Holland: Elsevier Science Publishers.
1984 Procedural on line documentationTrends in Ergonomics/Human Factors I. North Holland: Elsevier Science Foundation.

Conference Papers

Year Title
2015 Categorizing fetal heart rate variability with and without visual aids.  575-579.
2015 Measurement of mental workload changes during laparoscopy with a visual-spatial task.  503-507.
2014 An immersive virtual operating room for training team skills in surgery.  2398.
2014 The effects of a workload transition on stress over time.  1766-1770.
2014 User placement of a visual aid for detecting critical signals in fetal-heart rate tracings: A yoke-control study.  664-668.
2013 A spatial secondary task for measuring laparoscopic mental workload: Differences in surgical experience.  728-732.
2013 Evaluating physician-to-patient communication: The effects of concurrent and retrospective assessment on verbal and nonverbal recall.  698-702.
2013 Observer’s performance and perceptual sensitivity for detecting critical patterns in static maternal-fetal heart rate images.  723-727.
2012 Creating healthcare simulation training systems: A designer’s forum.  724-727.
2012 The influence of visual aids on detecting early and late decelerations in maternal-fetal heart rate patterns.  1317-1321.
2012 Using Fitts’ Law for a 3D pointing task on a 2D display: Effects of depth and vantage point.  1391-1395.
2011 Blood glucose individualized prediction for type 2 diabetes using iPhone application
2010 A preliminary evaluation of a burr hole drilling simulator for craniotomy.  2361-2365.
2010 HealthiManage: An individualized prediction algorithm for type 2 diabetes chronic disease control.  67-70.
2009 Detecting critical patterns in maternal-fetal heart rate tracings over time.  1121-1125.
2009 Detecting critical patterns in maternal-fetal heart rate tracings over time. Proceedings of the Human Factors & Ergonomics Society 53rd Annual Meeting.  1121-1125.
2008 A Multidisciplinary model for M&S graduate education
2008 Detecting critical patterns in maternal-fetal heart rate signals.  1478-1482.
2008 Detecting critical patterns in maternal-fetal heart rate signals. Proceedings of the Human Factors & Ergonomics Society 52nd Annual Meeting.  1478-1482.
2008 Monitoring simulated maternal-fetal heart rate signals. Medicine meets virtual reality.  439-441.
2007 A Virtual operating room for context-relevant training.  507-511.
2007 A Virtual operating room for context-relevant training. Proceedings of the Human Factors & Ergonomics Society 51st Annual Meeting.  507-511.
2007 Robustness of the a b signal detection theory model of decision making.  1263-1267.
2007 Robustness of the a b signal detection theory model of decision making. Proceedings of the Human Factors & Ergonomics Society 51st Annual Meeting.  1263-1267.
2007 Task sequencing effects for open and closed loop laparoscopic skills. Medicine meets virtual reality.  412-417.
2006 A simulation-based training system for surgical wound debridement. Medicine meets virtual reality.  491-496.
2006 Interference timing and acknowledgement response with voice and datalink ATC commands.  11-15.
2006 Measuring the workload of sustained attention.  1614-1618.
2006 Surgical skill performance under combat conditions in a virtual environment.  2697-2701.
2006 Surgical skill performance under combat conditions in a virtual environment. Proceedings of the Human Factors & Ergonomics Society 50th Annual Meeting.  2697-2701.
2006 The virtual operating room.  1-9.
2006 The virtual operating room. Proceedings of the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference.  1-9.
2005 Assessing surgical skill training under hazardous conditions in a virtual environment. Medicine meets virtual reality.  436-442.
2005 Biocybernetic systems: Information processing challenges that lie ahead
2005 Determining the efficacy of an immersive trainer for arthroscopy skills. Medicine meets virtual reality.  54-56.
2005 Magnitude estimation of velocity in the X, Y, and Z Axes.  1630-1634.
2005 Monitoring complex systems over extended periods of time.  1518-1522.
2005 Some new virtual environment training applications for dangerous duty
2005 Teaching intravenous cannulation to medical students: Comparative analysis of two simulators and two traditional educational approaches. Medicine meets virtual reality.  57-63.
2005 The future of medical training and the need for human factors.  969-973.
2005 The impact of operator trust on monitoring a highly reliable automated system
2004 A Comparison of the CathSim™ system and simulated limbs for teaching intravenous cannulation. Medicine meets virtual reality.  196-198.
2004 Feature presence/absence and the event rate effect in sustained attention.  1943-1947.
2004 The role of field dependence and independence in visual search.  1261-1265.
2004 Virtual reality simulators in medicine: Current and future concerns.
2003 A Virtual Environment for Training Military Checkpoint Guards.  2074-2078.
2003 A Virtual Environment for Training Military Checkpoint Guards. Proceedings of the Human Factors &Ergonomics Society 47th Annual Meeting.  2074-2078.
2003 ATC Commands executed in speech and text formats: Effects of task interference.  999-1004.
2003 Implementing Speech and Simulated Data Link Commands: The Role of Task Interference and Message Length.  95-99.
2003 The effects of a brain-based adaptive automation system on situation awareness: The role of complacency potential.  1048-1052.
2002 Interference effects on the recall of words heard and read: Considerations for ATC communication.  392-396.
2002 Perceptual cues and subjective organization in a virtual information workspace.  670-674.
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.
2002 The horizontal-vertical velocity illusion: Implications for the design of dynamic displays.  1556-1559.
2001 A preliminary examination of situation awareness and pilot performance in a synthetic vision environment.  40-43.
2001 Looking for moving or stationary targets in dynamic displays.  1362-1366.
2001 Shared authority in adaptive systems: The case grows stronger.  292 (abstract).
2000 Adaptable and adaptive technology in the lab and in the field.  57-62.
2000 Adaptive automation: What’s working and what’s missing.  3 (abstract).
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.
2000 Searching for the presence and absence of motion in dynamic displays.  361 (abstarct).
2000 Systems, scenarios, and simulation: Is there a role for human factors?.  1.279 (abstract).
1999 Hazardous states of awareness: What are they and how do we measure them?.  854-860.
1999 Searching for the presence and absence of features in vigilance: The decrement persists.  764-768.
1998 50 years of vigilance research: Where are we now?.  1575 (abstract).
1998 50 years of vigilance research: new horizons.  763 (abstract).
1998 An assessment of the efficacy of event-related potentials for adaptive automation.  1602 (abstract).
1998 Skill acquisition with human and computer teammates: Don’t sit so close to me.  1618 (abstract).
1998 Sources of stress and boredom in vigilance.  764-768.
1998 System dynamics training: How robust are the mental models?.  280-285.
1998 The effects of complacency potential and boredom proneness on perceived workload and task performance in an automated environment.  1618 (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 Adaptive automation: When your teammate isn’t human.  429-436.
1997 An examination of system sensitivity in a biocybernetic adaptive system.  305-309.
1997 Does system modeling foster domain-general mental models? Examining an assumption of system dynamics management education.  437-440.
1997 Performance on an adaptive automated team tracking task with human and computer teammates.  551-555.
1997 Search differences for the presence and absence of features in sustained attention.  1288-1292.
1996 Multiple monitors and knowledge of results in vigilance: The decrement still wins.  1222-1226.
1996 Multiple monitors and knowledge of results in vigilance: The decrement still wins. Proceedings of the Human Factors & Ergonomics Society 40th Annual Meeting.  1222-1226.
1995 A bio-cybernetic system for adaptive automation.  1365-1369.
1995 The effects of positive acceleration on cognitive performance: Big G - Little know.  35-39.
1994 Cumulative effects of +Gz on cognitive performance.  46-50.
1994 Vigilance: How to do it and who should do it.  1312-1316.
1993 The effects of signal conspicuity and time on boredom in vigilance.  144-150.
1993 Vigilance: Where has all the workload gone?.  1383-1387.
1992 Vigilance: It's boring, it's difficult, and I can't do anything about it.  1508-1512.
1991 Usability engineering approach to software quality.  726-733.
1986 Relative value of pictures and text: Performance and memory evaluations.  1269-1272.
1985 Information scanning patterns and retrieval strategies of well trained documentation users.  422-426.
1985 Strategies for on line "procedural" documentation usage.  265-267.
1983 Issues in training for skilled performance.  392-396.

Grants

  • Training Needs Assessment and Evaluation of Residents and Chief Residents at Eastern Virginia Medical School  awarded by Eastern Virginia Medical School 2016 - 2017
  • Standardized Patients: Selection Refinement, Cognitive Challenges, and Expanded Roles  awarded by EVMS 2010 - 2015
  • A Secondary Task for Measuring Laparoscopic Skill  awarded by NIH: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality 2011 - 2014
  • Modeling Professional Attitudes and Teaching Humanistic Communication in VR (M-Pathic VR).  awarded by Medical Cyberworlds, Inc. 2012 - 2013
  • Virtual Operating Room  awarded by ODU 2012 - 2013
  • LIVES and SIM Lab (Laboratory of Investigation, Validation and Verification of Emerging Simulators)  awarded by Eastern Virgina Meidcal School 2012
  • Evaluation of Simulation Training on Hospital Team Performance  awarded by TRICARE Management Activity/Axiom Resource Management, Inc 2009 - 2010
  • Modeling and Simulation Solutions for Standardized Patients: Selection, Refinement, and Augmentation  awarded by EVMS 2009 - 2010
  • Modeling and Simulation Solutions for Advanced Surgical Skills, Augmented Patient Technologies, and Labor and Delivery  awarded by EVMS 2006 - 2010
  • Health iManage (HiM): Incentivized Type 2 Diabetes Management Using I-Phone Technology  awarded by ODU Office of Research 2009
  • Craniotomy Burr Hole Drilling Simulator Evaluation  awarded by SimQuest, LLC 2008 - 2009
  • Applying Automaticity Theory to Simulator Training to Enhance Operative Performance  awarded by Association for Surgical Education through Carolinas Medical Center 2007 - 2008
  • HRP Tech Cluster Accelerator  awarded by Hampton Roads Partnership 2007 - 2008
  • Prototype of a DGBL module to augment aerospace systems and design engineering course using serious gaming and advanced display technology  awarded by National Institute of Aerospace 2007 - 2008
  • SOSTS Vision/Haptic evaluation  awarded by SimQuest, LLC 2007 - 2008
  • EVMS Modeling and Simulation Solutions for Surgery  awarded by Eastern Virginia Medical School 2006
  • External validation of resident evaluation using stealth standardized patients  awarded by Association of Standardized Patient Educators 2006
  • Virtual Reality Chainsaw Safety Training System  awarded by EVMS/Office of Naval Research 2006
  • The virtual operating room  awarded by Old Dominion University Research Foundation 2005
  • Data-link aircraft communications: An examination of interference, coherence, and workload  awarded by NASA 2001 - 2005
  • Evaluation of NIRS as an assessment of brain activity related to different levels of workload in a vigilance task  awarded by NASA 2004
  • Measuring Task Thought Processes  awarded by Office of Naval Research 2004
  • National Center for Collaboration in Medical Modeling and Simulation (Phase II)  awarded by Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS)/Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) 2003
  • National center for collaboration in medical modeling and simulation. (Phase I)  awarded by EVMS/GEOCENTERS 2003
  • Neurophysiological and behavioral indices of mental workload as a function of traffic density and visibility  awarded by NASA 2003
  • The efficacy of near infra-red spectroscopy for studying mental workload in an aviation context  awarded by NASA 2003
  • Data-link aircraft communications: An examination of interference, coherence, and workload. Supplement  awarded by NASA 2002
  • National Center for Collaboration in Medical Modeling and Simulation  awarded by US Army’s Telemedicine and Advanced Technologies Research Center (TATRC) 2002
  • Adaptive technology as a countermeasure for complacency  awarded by NASA 2001 - 2002
  • Developing virtual environments for training  awarded by Office of Naval Research 2001 - 2002
  • Presence and absence of features in aviation displays  awarded by NASA 2001 - 2002
  • The effects of aviation weather information systems on a pilot’s workload  awarded by NASA 2001 - 2002
  • Using automatic speech recognition to control general aviation cockpit-based weather information systems  awarded by NASA 2001 - 2002
  • Psychophysiological control of cognitive task using adaptive automation  awarded by NASA 1999 - 2002
  • Assessing Eye Movement in a Synthetic Vision Environment  awarded by NASA 2000 - 2001
  • Evaluating the ability of heart rate and EEG to control alertness during performance  awarded by NASA 2000 - 2001
  • The effects of aviation weather information systems on general aviation pilots’ workload  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
  • Electrocortical correlates of task unrelated thoughts during mentally fatigued states  awarded by NASA 1999
  • 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
  • A detailed examination of human performance related to automation technology  awarded by NASA 1997
  • Further validation of the biocybernetic model of adaptive automation: Comparison to a performance model, and effects of automation cycles  awarded by NASA 1997
  • Measures and countermeasures of hazardous states of awareness  awarded by NASA 1997
  • Third international conference on automation technology and human performance  awarded by Office of Naval Research 1997
  • Functional relationships among monitoring performance: Subjective report of thought process and compromising states of awareness - addendum  awarded by NASA 1996
  • Personnel and human factors issues in Naval Air Mishaps  awarded by U.S. Naval Safety Center 1996
  • Scerbo, M.W. (PI). The theater of perception  awarded by Old Dominion University, Faculty Innovator Grant 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
  • Navy-ASEE Summer Faculty Research Program  awarded by Naval Air Warfare Center 1994
  • The role of event asynchrony and attentional deficits on task-related thoughts in vigilance: Implications for workload and boredom proneness  awarded by Gerontology Research Center, National Institute on Aging 1994
  • Validation of the Spatial-Temporal Awareness Task  awarded by Naval Air Warfare Center - Aircraft Division 1994
  • Functional relationships among monitoring performance: Subjective report of thought processes and compromising states of awareness  awarded by NASA 1993
  • Navy-ASEE Summer Faculty Research Program  awarded by Naval Air Warfare Center 1993
  • The effects of subject-controlled pacing and signal-type upon sustained attention and subjective workload  awarded by Research and Graduate Studies Summer Faculty Research Fellowship, Old Dominion University 1991
  • Training Needs Assessment and Evaluation of Residents and Chief Residents at EVMS  awarded by EVMS 2016 -
  • Virtual Operating Room  awarded by VMASC/ODU 2015 -
  • Keywords

  • Psychology : Human Factors, Simulation in Healthcare
  • Education And Training

  • Ph.D. in Psychology, University of Cincinnati 1987
  • M.A. in Psychology, University of Cincinnati 1985
  • B.A. in Psychology, Rutgers College, Rutgers University 1981
  • Full Name

  • Mark Scerbo