Yusuke Yamani
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Trust and the compliance–reliance paradigm: The effects of risk, error bias, and reliability on trust and dependence
ET Chancey, JP Bliss, Y Yamani, HAH Handley
Human factors 59 (3), 333-345, 2017
592017
Evaluation of the effectiveness of a multi-skill program for training younger drivers on higher cognitive skills.
Y Yamani, S Samuel, M Knodler, D Fisher
Applied Ergonomics, 135-141, 2016
502016
Age, clutter, and competitive selection.
JS McCarley, Y Yamani, AF Kramer, JRW Mounts
Psychology and Aging 27 (3), 616, 2012
262012
Automation trust and attention allocation in multitasking workspace
N Karpinsky, E Chancey, D Palmer, Y Yamani
Applied Ergonomics 70, 194-201, 2018
232018
Visual search asymmetries within color-coded and intensity-coded displays.
Y Yamani, JS McCarley
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 16 (2), 124, 2010
212010
Optimization of Checkerboard Spatial Frequencies for Steady-State Visual Evoked Potential Brain-Computer Interfaces
N Waytowich, Y Yamani, DJ Krusienski
IEEE transactions on neural systems and rehabilitation engineering, 2016
202016
Latent hazard anticipation in young drivers: review and meta-analysis of training studies
J Unverricht, S Samuel, Y Yamani
Transportation research record 2672 (33), 11-19, 2018
192018
Sequential in-vehicle glance distributions: An alternative approach for analyzing glance data
Y Yamani, WJ Horrey, Y Liang, DL Fisher
Human factors 57 (4), 567-572, 2015
192015
A theoretical model of human-automation interaction grounded in resource allocation policy during automated driving
Y Yamani, WJ Horrey
International Journal of Human Factors and Ergonomics 5 (3), 225-239, 2018
182018
Visual search asymmetries in heavy clutter: implications for display design
Y Yamani, JS McCarley
Human factors 53 (3), 299-307, 2011
172011
Estimating cognitive workload in an interactive virtual reality environment using EEG
C Tremmel, C Herff, T Sato, K Rechowicz, Y Yamani, DJ Krusienski
Frontiers in human neuroscience 13, 401, 2019
152019
FOLLOWING EXPERT’S EYES: EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A GAZE-BASED TRAINING INTERVENTION ON YOUNG DRIVERS’LATENT HAZARD ANTICIPATION SKILLS
Y Yamani, P Bıçaksız, DB Palmer, JM Cronauer, S Samuel
The 9th International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver …, 2017
122017
Characterizing the efficiency of collaborative visual search with systems factorial technology.
Y Yamani, MB Neider, AF Kramer, JS McCarley
Archives of Scientific Psychology 5 (1), 1, 2017
122017
Age-related differences in vehicle control and eye movement patterns at intersections: older and middle-aged drivers
Y Yamani, WJ Horrey, Y Liang, DL Fisher
PLoS one 11 (10), e0164124, 2016
122016
Workload capacity: A response time–based measure of automation dependence
Y Yamani, JS McCarley
Human factors 58 (3), 462-471, 2016
112016
Object Affordances Potentiate Responses but Do Not Guide Attentional Prioritization in a Visual Search Task
Y Yamani, A Ariga, Y Yamada
Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience 9, 74, 2016
102016
Impact of information bandwidth of in-vehicle technologies on drivers' attention maintenance performance: A driving simulator study
Y Yamani, P Bıçaksız, J Unverricht, S Samuel
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 59, 195-202, 2018
92018
Evaluation of the effectiveness of a gaze-based training intervention on latent hazard anticipation skills for young drivers: a driving simulator study
Y Yamani, P Bıçaksız, DB Palmer, N Hatfield, S Samuel
Safety 4 (2), 18, 2018
92018
Spatial interference between attended items engenders serial visual processing
Y Yamani, JS McCarley, JRW Mounts, AF Kramer
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 1-15, 2012
92012
Automation trust increases under high-workload multitasking scenarios involving risk
T Sato, Y Yamani, M Liechty, T Chancey, Eric
Cognition, Technology & Work, 2019
82019
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