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    • Microsoft product reaction cards: identifying cultural differences from Hispanic consumers’ feedback 

      Hinkle, Veronica Del Carmen (Wichita State University, 2012-12)
      Current research on Hispanic consumers focuses on Hispanics as a market segment, not their user experience, usability preferences, or cultural differences. Two studies evaluated the effectiveness of three versions of the ...
    • Minimizing the impact of interruptions in a pediatric retail pharmacy 

      Craig, Curtis; Patzer, Brady S.; Morris, Nichole L. (Human Factors an Ergonomics Society Inc., 2018-09-25)
      Researchers identified two needs of the in-hospital pediatric retail pharmacy. First was the reduction of the risk and frequency of errors. Second was the need to improve the efficiency of primary pharmacy tasks. Interruptions ...
    • Mobile text input on a smartwatch QWERTY keyboard 

      Turner, Colton; Colling, Morgan (Wichita State University, 2016-04-29)
      As smartwatches continue to grow in popularity the demand for a smartwatch with efficient texting capabilities continues to increase. Conventional opinion states texting on a smartwatch is too difficult and inefficient due ...
    • Modeling and predicting mobile phone touchscreen transcription typing using an integrated cognitive architecture 

      Cao, Shi; Ho, Anson; He, Jibo (Taylor & Francis, 2018)
      Modeling typing performance has values in both the theory and design practice of human-computer interaction. Previous models have simulated desktop keyboard transcription typing performance; however, as the increasing ...
    • Modeling heterogeneity in social interaction processes using multilevel survival analysis 

      Stoolmiller, Mike; Snyder, James J. (American Psychological Association, 2006-06)
      More than 15 years ago, survival or hazard regression analyses were introduced to psychology (W. Gardner & W. A. Griffin, 1989; W. A. Griffin & W. Gardner, 1989) as powerful methodological tools for studying real time ...
    • The moderating effects of parent antisocial characteristics on the effects of Parent Management Training-Oregon (PMTO™) 

      Wachlarowicz, Marissa; Snyder, James J.; Low, Sabina; Forgatch, Marion S.; DeGarmo, David S. (Springer, 2012-06)
      The degree to which parent antisocial characteristics moderated the effects of the Oregon model of Parent Management Training (PMTO (TM)) on observed parenting practices over 2 years after baseline was assessed in a sample ...
    • Moderation of responsivity to cognitive-behavioral protocols by client preference 

      Rexer, Kyle G. (Wichita State University, 2020-07)
      Consistent with evidence-based practice guidelines, clinicians are expected to take client variables into account, especially when selecting among treatment options that are equivalent in their levels of empirical support ...
    • The modified imitation game: A method for measuring interactional expertise 

      Arsal, Güler; Suss, Joel M.; Ward, Paul; Ta, Vivian P.; Ringer, Ryan; Eccles, David W. (Frontiers Media, 2021-10-29)
      The study of the sociology of scientific knowledge distinguishes between contributory and interactional experts. Contributory experts have practical expertise—they can “walk the walk.” Interactional experts have internalized ...
    • More isn’t always better: when metacognitive prompts are misleading 

      Vangsness, Lisa; Young, Michael E. (Springer, 2020-09-29)
      Accurate metacognitive monitoring improves performance in a variety of naturalistic contexts. However, the laboratory contexts used to study metacognition differ from naturalistic environments in important ways. Specifically, ...
    • Motion detection on flashed, stationary pedestal gratings: Evidence for an opponent-motion mechanism 

      Zemany, L.; Stromeyer, C.F.; Chaparro, Alex; Kronauer, Richard. E. (Elsevier Ltd., 1998-03)
      Contrast thresholds were measured for discriminating left vs right motion of a vertical, 1 c/deg luminance grating lasting for one cycle of motion. This test was presented on a 1 c/deg stationary grating (pedestal) of ...
    • Moving as a reason for pet relinquishment: a closer look 

      Shore, Elsie R.; Petersen, Connie L.; Douglas, Deanna K. (Routledge, 2003)
      One of the most frequently given reasons for relinquishing a companion animal to an animal shelter is that the person or family is moving. Telephone interviews conducted with 57 caregivers who relinquished animal companions ...
    • Multistate pilot study evaluating the short-term efficacy of a smartphone-based older driver support system on modifying risky driving behaviors 

      Morris, Nichole L.; Tian, Disi; Libby, David A.; Craig, Curtis M. (SAGE Publications Inc., 2022-02-10)
      Older drivers are most at risk of serious and fatal injury in crashes per vehicle mile driven compared with other age groups owing to a combination of cognitive decline and increased fragility. A smartphone coaching ...
    • Museum crawl 

      Bate, Seth (University of California Press, 2013-02)
      Reviewed work(s): Wyandotte County, Kansas, Museum Crawl. Sponsored by the Museums and Historical Sites of Wyandotte County, Bridgette Jobe, coordinator. November 3, 2012. Participants: National Agricultural Center & Hall ...
    • Mutual interference of driving and texting performance 

      Ellis, Jake; Crandall, Joseph; Turner, Colton; Turner, Kirsten (Wichita State University. Graduate School, 2014-04-25)
      Texting while driving is a disturbingly common habit; however, the impact of texting on driving performance and effective approaches to counteract its risks are still not well understood. This study utilizes the Lane Change ...
    • Mutual interferences of driving and texting performance 

      He, Jibo; Chaparro, Alex; Wu, Xiaohui; Crandall, Joseph; Ellis, Jake (Elsevier B.V., 2015-11)
      Despite legislative and social campaigns to reduce texting while driving, drivers continue to text behind the wheel. There is abundant evidence demonstrating that texting while driving impairs driving performance. While ...
    • Naturalistic walking and typing on a smartwatch: a comparison of input methods 

      Turner, Colton (Wichita State University, 2019-05)
      Despite widespread development within the technology industry, smartwatches have historically been unsuccessful in their sales worldwide. Several factors have contributed to the poor sales of smartwatches, namely the lack ...
    • Necesita una vacuna: what Spanish-speakers want in text-message immunization reminders 

      Ahlers-Schmidt, Carolyn R.; Chesser, Amy K.; Brannon, Jennifer; Lopez, Venessa; Shah-Haque, Sapna; Williams, Katherine S.; Hart, Traci A. (JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV PRESS, 2013-08)
      Appointment reminders help parents deal with complex immunization schedules. Preferred content of text-message reminders has been identified for English-speakers. Spanish-speaking parents of children under three years old ...
    • Network-related teaching and changes in classroom seating 

      Steggerda, Jake C.; Gregus, Samantha J.; Craig, James T.; McMillan, Hali; Cavell, Timothy A. (John Wiley, 2022-07-07)
      The extent to which teachers make changes in classroom seating reflects, in part, the degree to which they value promoting positive peer relationships in the classroom. We assessed the frequency with which teachers made ...
    • New input schemes for new devices 

      Canare, Dominic (Wichita State University, 2017-04-28)
      Novel input devices can potentially increase the bandwidth between users and their devices.Traditional desktop computing uses windows, icons, menus, and pointers-an interface schemebuilt for the computer mouse and very ...
    • Non-linear redundant mapping of contrast in multivariate glyph displays 

      Sivagnanasundaram, Navaneethan (Wichita State University, 2017-07)
      Although capable of independent action for standard tasks, automated systems still need monitoring and support from human managers. In order for a single observer to effectively monitor large groups of these systems a ...