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    • Augmented reality systems in training 

      Keebler, Joseph R.; Patzer, Brady S.; Wiltshire, Travis J.; Fiore, Stephen M. (Cambridge University Press, 2017-10-01)
    • Chapter 7 -- Acceptance and commitment theory of depression 

      Zettle, Robert D. (John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2016)
      This chapter presents a theoretical overview of depression from an acceptance and commitment perspective. It also presents an overview of the philosophical-theoretical foundations upon which the acceptance and commitment ...
    • Chapter Four – Emergence, self-organization and developmental science 

      Greenberg, Gary; Callina, Kristina Schmid; Mueller, Megan Kiely (Elsevier, 2013)
      Our understanding is that psychology is a biopsychosocial science as well as a developmental science. Behavioral origins stem from ontogenetic processes, behavioral as well as biological. Biological factors are simply ...
    • Investigation of the interaction between visual impairment and multi-tasking on driving performance 

      Wood, Joanne M.; Chaparro, Alex; Carberry, Trent P. (Australasian College of Road Safety, 2006-12)
      Purpose: This study investigated the effects of visual and auditory secondary tasks on the driving performance of young and old participants with simulated visual impairment and those experiencing age-related declines in ...
    • Toward on-device weight monitoring from selfie face images using smartphones 

      Siddiqui, Hera; Rattani, Ajita; Cure, Laila; Woods, Nikki Keene; Lewis, Rhonda K.; Twomey, Janet; Smith-Campbell, Betty; Hill, Twyla (Springer, 2022-02-24)
      Obesity is a serious health problem that is on the rise at the global level. Recent studies suggest that BMI can be inferred from facial images using deep learning-based convolutional neural networks (CNNs) for obesity ...
    • Understanding multiteam systems in emergency care: one case at a time 

      Misasi, Paul; Lazzara, Elizabeth H.; Keebler, Joseph R. (Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2014)
      Purpose - Although adverse events are less studied in the prehospital setting, the evidence is beginning to paint an alarming picture. Consequently, improvements in Emergency Medical Services (EMS) demand a paradigm shift ...