- Feedback preferences and impressions of waitingRussell J Branaghan
Arizona State University, Mesa, Arizona 85212, USA
Hum Factors 51:528-38. 2009..Three experiments examined the effects of various feedback displays on user preference, apparent waiting durations, waiting time reasonableness, and other user experience measures...
- Nonconscious activation of an elderly stereotype and speed of drivingRussell J Branaghan
Department of Applied Psychology, Arizona State University, Santa Catalina Hall, 7271 E Sonoran Arroya Mall, Mesa, AZ 85212, USA
Percept Mot Skills 110:580-92. 2010..Participants showed lower maximum speed and longer driving time in the Elderly Stereotype condition than in the Control condition, even though participants reported no awareness of the theme in the experimental condition...
- Using knowledge structures to redesign an instructor-operator stationRussell J Branaghan
Cognitive Science and Engineering Program, Arizona State University, AZ 85212, USA
Appl Ergon 42:934-40. 2011..2006). The new design was validated with a separate set of users by a reaction time experiment and preference selection...