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A Usability and Real World Perspective on Accessible Voting
The HAVA (Help America Vote Act) mandated that all polling places provide privacy and independence to voters. DREs (Direct-Recording Electronic voting systems) have been assumed to be the solution to providing accessible ...
Implications of differences of echoic and iconic memory for the design of multimodal displays
It has been well documented that dual-task performance is more accurate when each task is based on a different sensory modality. It is also well documented that the memory for each sense has unequal durations, particularly ...
Semantic and syntactic interference in sentence comprehension and their relationship to working memory capactiy
This study investigated the nature of the relationship between working memory (WM) and sentence processing by examining interference effects in sentence comprehension and relating those to performance on a set of WM tasks, ...
Is response time variability on an exogenous visual orienting task associated with specific genetic markers?
Attention is a vital component of everyday functioning, and deficits in attention feature in many psychological disorders. Improved understanding of attention may eventually be critical to early identification and treatment ...
A Computational Model of Jetliner Taxiing
The Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) is transforming the way planes move on the ground as well as in the sky. Some of the proposed changes, such as automated scheduling algorithms to generate taxi ...
Predicting Professional and Technical Performance among Medical Students: Personality, Cognitive Ability, and the Mediating Role of Knowledge
The distinction between technical and contextual performance is widely recognized in the Industrial/Organization Psychology literature (Sackett & Lievens, 2008). Less well-understood are the causal antecedents of performance ...