Tyler H. Shaw
Tyler H. Shaw
Associate Professor, George Mason University
Verified email at gmu.edu
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Effects of sensory modality on cerebral blood flow velocity during vigilance
TH Shaw, JS Warm, V Finomore, L Tripp, G Matthews, E Weiler, ...
Neuroscience letters 461 (3), 207-211, 2009
Individual differences in vigilance: Personality, ability and states of stress
TH Shaw, G Matthews, JS Warm, VS Finomore, L Silverman, PT Costa Jr
Journal of Research in Personality 44 (3), 297-308, 2010
Predicting vigilance: A fresh look at an old problem
V Finomore, G Matthews, T Shaw, J Warm
Ergonomics 52 (7), 791-808, 2009
From ‘automation’to ‘autonomy’: the importance of trust repair in human–machine interaction
EJ de Visser, R Pak, TH Shaw
Ergonomics 61 (10), 1409-1427, 2018
Effects of warned and unwarned demand transitions on vigilance performance and stress
WS Helton, T Shaw, JS Warm, G Matthews, P Hancock
Anxiety, Stress, & Coping 21 (2), 173-184, 2008
Detecting threat-related intentional actions of others: effects of image quality, response mode, and target cuing on vigilance.
R Parasuraman, E de Visser, E Clarke, WR McGarry, E Hussey, T Shaw, ...
Journal of experimental psychology: applied 15 (4), 275, 2009
Viewing the workload of vigilance through the lenses of the NASA-TLX and the MRQ
VS Finomore Jr, TH Shaw, JS Warm, G Matthews, DB Boles
Human Factors 55 (6), 1044-1063, 2013
Event-related cerebral hemodynamics reveal target-specific resource allocation for both “go” and “no-go” response-based vigilance tasks
TH Shaw, ME Funke, M Dillard, GJ Funke, JS Warm, R Parasuraman
Brain and cognition 82 (3), 265-273, 2013
The sustained attention to response task (SART) does not promote mindlessness during vigilance performance
MB Dillard, JS Warm, GJ Funke, ME Funke, VS Finomore Jr, G Matthews, ...
Human factors 56 (8), 1364-1379, 2014
Team performance in networked supervisory control of unmanned air vehicles: Effects of automation, working memory, and communication content
R McKendrick, T Shaw, E de Visser, H Saqer, B Kidwell, R Parasuraman
Human factors 56 (3), 463-475, 2014
Predicting battlefield vigilance: A multivariate approach to assessment of attentional resources
G Matthews, JS Warm, TH Shaw, VS Finomore
Ergonomics 57 (6), 856-875, 2014
Effects of regular or irregular event schedules on cerebral hemovelocity during a sustained attention task
T Shaw, V Finomore, J Warm, G Matthews
Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology 34 (1), 57-66, 2012
Using cerebral hemovelocity to measure workload during a spatialised auditory vigilance task in novice and experienced observers
TH Shaw, K Satterfield, R Ramirez, V Finomore
Ergonomics 56 (8), 1251-1263, 2013
Modeling human-automation team performance in networked systems: Individual differences in working memory count
E de Visser, T Shaw, A Mohamed-Ameen, R Parasuraman
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 54 …, 2010
Evaluating the benefits and potential costs of automation delegation for supervisory control of multiple UAVs
T Shaw, A Emfield, A Garcia, E de Visser, C Miller, R Parasuraman, ...
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 54 …, 2010
Measuring the workload of sustained attention
VS Finomore, JS Warm, G Matthews, MA Riley, WN Dember, TH Shaw, ...
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 50 …, 2006
Workload transitions: Effects on vigilance performance, and stress
WS Helton, TH Shaw, JS Warm, G Matthews, WN Dember, PA Hancock
Human performance, situation awareness and automation: Current research and …, 2004
Demand transitions in vigilance: Effects on performance efficiency and stress
WS Helton, TH Shaw, JS Warm, GMWN Dember, PA Hancock
Human Performance, Situation Awareness, and Automation: Current Research and …, 2005
The functional fidelity of individual differences research: The case for context-matching
G Matthews, JS Warm, LE Reinerman-Jones, LK Langheim, S Guznov, ...
Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science 12 (5), 435-450, 2011
Measuring vigilance abilities to enhance combat identification performance
C Shingledecker, DE Weldon, K Behymer, B Simpkins, E Lerner, J Warm, ...
Human factors issues in combat identification, 47-66, 2010
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