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  1. A meta-analysis of factors influencing the development of trust in automation: Implications for understanding autonomy in future systems.K. E. Schaefer, J. Y. Chen, J. L. Szalma & P. A. Hancock - 2016 - Human Factors 58.
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    Human Mental Workload: A Survey and a Novel Inclusive Definition.Luca Longo, Christopher D. Wickens, Gabriella Hancock & P. A. Hancock - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Human mental workload is arguably the most invoked multidimensional construct in Human Factors and Ergonomics, getting momentum also in Neuroscience and Neuroergonomics. Uncertainties exist in its characterization, motivating the design and development of computational models, thus recently and actively receiving support from the discipline of Computer Science. However, its role in human performance prediction is assured. This work is aimed at providing a synthesis of the current state of the art in human mental workload assessment through considerations, definitions, measurement techniques (...)
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    Neuroergonomics: Where the Cortex Hits the Concrete.P. A. Hancock - 2019 - Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 13.
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    Driving Into the Future.P. A. Hancock - 2020 - Frontiers in Psychology 11.
    This work considers the future of driving in terms of both its short- and long-term horizons. It conjectures that human-controlled driving will follow in the footsteps of a wide swath of other, now either residual or abandoned human occupations. Pursuits that have preceded it into oblivion. In this way, driving will dwindle down into only a few niche locales wherein enthusiasts will still persist, much in the way that steam train hobbyists now continue their own aspirational inclinations. Of course, the (...)
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    Where in the world is the speed/accuracy trade-off?P. A. Hancock & Willem B. Verwey - 1997 - Behavioral and Brain Sciences 20 (2):310-311.
    Even though Plamondon's kinematic model fits the data well, we do not share the view that it explains movements other than ballistic ones. The model does not account for closed-loop control, which is the more common type of movement in everyday life, nor does it account for recent data indicating interference with ongoing processing.
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    Corrigendum: Human mental workload: A survey and a novel inclusive definition.Luca Longo, Christopher D. Wickens, Gabriella Hancock & P. A. Hancock - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
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