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Flying under the radar: Studying inattentional blindness in a dynamic task
These three experiments examined noticing rates of an unexpected object (UO) that appeared during a dynamic aircraft threat evaluation task that required participants to shift their visual attention between multiple ...
Error management training from a resource allocation perspective: An investigation of individual differences and the training components that contribute to transfer
Error management training is an intervention that capitalizes on the cognitive benefits of making errors for transfer of training, while minimizing the negative effects of errors on motivation. This study examined the ...
An investigation of the validity of implicit measures of personality
The current research examines the construct validity of Implicit Association Tests designed to measure two of the Big Five factor traits, Extraversion (EIAT) and Conscientiousness (CIAT), and whether or not these IATs ...
The effect of cross-cultural training on adjustment and job performance: Examining the role of supervisor skill-building and individual differences
The globalization of business has resulted in both large numbers of workers living and working abroad, as well as an increasingly multicultural domestic work environment. Organizational research has shown that cross-cultural ...