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Unser Fachgebietskolloquium gibt Studierenden und Doktorand*innen die Gelegenheit, sich über laufende Forschungsvorhaben an unserem Fachgebiet zu informieren und ihre eigenen Forschungsansätze zur Diskussion zu stellen. Es handelt sich um eine offene Veranstaltung, das heißt jeder Interessierte kann teilnehmen.

Das Kolloquium findet im Sommersemester 2021 digital statt, während der Vorlesungszeit immer dienstags von 17:15 - 18:45.

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Masterarbeiten zu vergeben

Am Fachgebiet sind Masterarbeiten zu vergeben:

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Rieger, T., Heilmann, L., & Manzey, D. (2021). Visual search behavior and performance in luggage screening: effects of time pressure, automation aid, and target expectancy. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications,6(12), 1–12. DOI:10.1186/s41235-021-00280-7 [PDF]

Brüning, J., Mückstein, M., & Manzey, D. (2020). Multitasking strategies make the difference: Separating processing-code resources boosts multitasking efficiency when individuals prefer to interleave tasks in free concurrent dual tasking. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 46(12), 1411–1433. DOI: 10.1037/xhp0000865 [Deposit Once]

Rieger T., Manzey D., (2020) Human Performance Consequences of Automated Decision Aids: The Impact of Time Pressure. Human Factors. DOI: 10.1177/0018720820965019

Wickens, C.D., Onnasch, L., Sebok, A. & Manzey, D. (2020). Absence of DOA effect but no proper test of the lumberjack effect: A reply to Jamieson & Skaaning (2019). Human Factors, 62, 530-534

Zirk, A., Wiczorek, R. & Manzey, D. (2020). Do we really need more stages? Comparing the effects of likelihood alarm systems and binary alarm systems. Human Factors, 62, 540-552, DOI: 10.1177/0018720819852023

Müller, S., Korff, C. and Manzey, D. (2020). Moving-horizon versus moving-aircraft: Effectiveness of competing attitude indicator formats on recoveries from discrete and continuous attitude changes. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied. Advance online publication. [DOI]: 10.1037/xap0000329

Rieger, T., Miller, J. (2020). Disentangling stimulus and response compatibility as potential sources of backward crosstalk. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics,  [DOI]: 10.3758/s13414-020-02039-6 [PDF]

Siebert, F. W., Klein, J. E., Rötting, M., & Roesler, E. (2020). The influence of distance and lateral offset of Follow Me Robots on user perception. Frontiers in Robotics and AI, 7, 74. [DOI] [Open Access Paper]

Minge, M. & Cymek, D.H. (2020). Investigating the Potential of Gamification to Improve Seniors’ Experience and Use of Technology. Information, 11(5), 249. [DOI]: 10.3390/info11050249 [Open Access Paper]

Brüning, J., Reissland, J. & Manzey, D. (2020), Individual preferences for task coordination strategies in multitasking: exploring the link between preferred modes of processing and strategies of response organization, Psychological Research, [DOI]: 10.1007/s00426-020-01291-7

Siebert, F. W., & Lin, H. (2020). Detecting motorcycle helmet use with deep learning. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 134. [DOI] [Accepted Manuscript]

Siebert, F. W., Radtke, F., Kiyonaga, E., & Hoeger, R. (2019). Adjustable Automation and Manoeuvre Control in Automated DrivingIET Intelligent Transport Systems[DOI] [Accepted Manuscript]

Mosier, K. & Manzey, D. (2020). Humans and automated decision aids: A match made in heaven? In M. Mouloua and P. A. Hancock (eds.), Human Performance in Automated and Autonomous Systems: Current Theory and Methods 1st Ed. (19-42). Boca Raton: CRC Press.

Müller, S., Roche, F. & Manzey, D. (2019). Attitude indicator format: How difficult is the transition between different reference systems? Aviation Psychology and Applied Human Factors, 9, 95-105. [DOI]

Radovic, T. & Manzey, D. (2019). The Impact of a Mnemonic Acronym on Learning and Performing a Procedural Task and Its Resilience Toward Interruptions. Frontiers in Psychology, DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2019.02522

Schreiter, K., Müller, S., Luckner, R. & Manzey, D. (2019). A flight simulator study of an energy control system for manual flight. IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems (Early Access). DOI: 10.1109/THMS.2019.2938138

Onnasch, L. & Roesler, E. (2019). Anthropomorphizing Robots: The Effect of Framing in Human-Robot Collaboration. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 63(1) [Accepted Manuscript]

Rieger, T., Mittelstädt, V., Dignath, D., & Kiesel, A. (2019). Investigating Limits of Task Prioritization in Dual-Tasking: Evidence from the Prioritized Processing and the Psychological Refractory Period Paradigms. Psychological Research, DOI: 10.1007/s00426-019-01250-x

Siebert, F.W. & Wallis, F.L. (2019). How speed and visibility influence preferred headway distances in highly automated driving. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 64, 485-594. [DOI] [Accepted Manuscript]

Rieger, T. & Miller, J. (2019). Are model parameters linked to processing stages? An empirical investigation for the ex-Gaussian, ex-Wald, and EZ diffusion models. Psychological Research, DOI: 10.1007/s00426-019-01176-4

Siebert, F. W., Albers, D., Naing, U. A., Perego, P., & Santikarn, C. (2019). Patterns of motorcycle helmet use–A naturalistic observation study in Myanmar. Accident Analysis & Prevention124, 146-150. [DOI] [Accepted Manuscript]



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