James Szalma
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Noise effects on human performance: a meta-analytic synthesis.
JL Szalma, PA Hancock
Psychological bulletin 137 (4), 682, 2011
The vigilance decrement reflects limitations in effortful attention, not mindlessness
RA Grier, JS Warm, WN Dember, G Matthews, TL Galinsky, JL Szalma, ...
Human factors 45 (3), 349-359, 2003
A meta-analysis of factors influencing the development of trust in automation: Implications for understanding autonomy in future systems
KE Schaefer, JYC Chen, JL Szalma, PA Hancock
Human factors 58 (3), 377-400, 2016
A meta-analysis of performance response under thermal stressors
PA Hancock, JM Ross, JL Szalma
Human factors 49 (5), 851-877, 2007
Effects of sensory modality and task duration on performance, workload, and stress in sustained attention
JL Szalma, JS Warm, G Matthews, WN Dember, EM Weiler, A Meier, ...
Human factors 46 (2), 219-233, 2004
Performance under stress
PA Hancock, JL Szalma
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2008
Profiling task stress with the dundee stress state questionnaire
G Matthews, J Szalma, AR Panganiban, C Neubauer, JS Warm
Psychology of stress: New research 1, 49-90, 2013
On the application of motivation theory to human factors/ergonomics: Motivational design principles for human–technology interaction
JL Szalma
Human factors 56 (8), 1453-1471, 2014
Training for vigilance: The effect of knowledge of results format and dispositional optimism and pessimism on performance and stress
JL Szalma, PA Hancock, WN Dember, JS Warm
British Journal of Psychology 97 (1), 115-135, 2006
Individual differences in response to automation: the five factor model of personality.
JL Szalma, GS Taylor
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 17 (2), 71, 2011
Individual differences in human–technology interaction: incorporating variation in human characteristics into human factors and ergonomics research and design
JL Szalma
Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science 10 (5), 381-397, 2009
A quantitative meta-analytic examination of whole-body vibration effects on human performance
GE Conway, JL Szalma, PA Hancock
Ergonomics 50 (2), 228-245, 2007
The future of neuroergonomics
PA Hancock, JL Szalma
Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science 4 (1-2), 238-249, 2003
Individual differences in performance, workload, and stress in sustained attention: Optimism and pessimism
JL Szalma
Personality and Individual Differences 47 (5), 444-451, 2009
Operator stress and display design
PA Hancock, JL Szalma
Ergonomics in Design 11 (2), 13-18, 2003
Individual differences in stress reaction
JL Szalma
Performance under stress, 339-374, 2018
Stress and performance
PA Hancock, JL Szalma
Performance under stress, 17-34, 2018
Training for vigilance: Using predictive power to evaluate feedback effectiveness
JL Szalma, PA Hancock, JS Warm, WN Dember, KS Parsons
Human factors 48 (4), 682-692, 2006
The stress and workload of virtual reality training: the effects of presence, immersion and flow
SJ Lackey, JN Salcedo, JL Szalma, PA Hancock
Ergonomics 59 (8), 1060-1072, 2016
Vigilance on the move: Video game-based measurement of sustained attention
JL Szalma, TN Schmidt, GWL Teo, PA Hancock
Ergonomics 57 (9), 1315-1336, 2014
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