Tad Brunye
Tad Brunye
Senior Cognitive Scientist, US Army; Visiting Associate Professor, Tufts U; Program Manager, cABCS
Verified email at tufts.edu
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From gaming to training: A review of studies on fidelity, immersion, presence, and buy-in and their effects on transfer in pc-based simulations and games
AL Alexander, T Brunyť, J Sidman, SA Weil
DARWARS Training Impact Group 5, 1-14, 2005
When you and I share perspectives: Pronouns modulate perspective taking during narrative comprehension
TT Brunyť, T Ditman, CR Mahoney, JS Augustyn, HA Taylor
Psychological Science 20 (1), 27-32, 2009
Differential cognitive effects of energy drink ingredients: caffeine, taurine, and glucose
GE Giles, CR Mahoney, TT Brunyť, AL Gardony, HA Taylor, RB Kanarek
Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 102 (4), 569-577, 2012
Caffeine modulates attention network function
TT Brunyť, CR Mahoney, HR Lieberman, HA Taylor
Brain and cognition 72 (2), 181-188, 2010
Learning to relax: Evaluating four brief interventions for overcoming the negative emotions accompanying math anxiety
TT Brunyť, CR Mahoney, GE Giles, DN Rapp, HA Taylor, RB Kanarek
Learning and Individual Differences 27, 1-7, 2013
Working memory in developing and applying mental models from spatial descriptions
TT Brunyť, HA Taylor
Journal of Memory and Language 58 (3), 701-729, 2008
Learning nursing procedures: The influence of simulator fidelity and student gender on teaching effectiveness
JL Grady, RG Kehrer, CE Trusty, EB Entin, EE Entin, TT Brunye
Journal of Nursing Education 47 (9), 403-408, 2008
Effects of four workplace lighting technologies on perception, cognition and affective state
BK Hawes, TT Brunyť, CR Mahoney, JM Sullivan, CD Aall
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 42 (1), 122-128, 2012
Learning procedures: The role of working memory in multimedia learning experiences
TT Brunyť, HA Taylor, DN Rapp, AB Spiro
Applied Cognitive Psychology 20 (7), 917-940, 2006
Extended experience benefits spatial mental model development with route but not survey descriptions
TT Brunyť, HA Taylor
Acta psychologica 127 (2), 340-354, 2008
Simulating an enactment effect: Pronouns guide action simulation during narrative comprehension
T Ditman, TT Brunyť, CR Mahoney, HA Taylor
Cognition 115 (1), 172-178, 2010
Better you than I: Perspectives and emotion simulation during narrative comprehension
TT Brunyť, T Ditman, CR Mahoney, HA Taylor
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 23 (5), 659-666, 2011
Acute caffeine consumption enhances the executive control of visual attention in habitual consumers
TT Brunyť, CR Mahoney, HR Lieberman, GE Giles, HA Taylor
Brain and cognition 74 (3), 186-192, 2010
Keeping your eyes on the prize: Anger and visual attention to threats and rewards
BQ Ford, M Tamir, TT Brunyť, WR Shirer, CR Mahoney, HA Taylor
Psychological Science 21 (8), 1098-1105, 2010
Representational flexibility and specificity following spatial descriptions of real-world environments
TT Brunyť, DN Rapp, HA Taylor
Cognition 108 (2), 418-443, 2008
Stress effects on mood, HPA axis, and autonomic response: comparison of three psychosocial stress paradigms
GE Giles, CR Mahoney, TT Brunyť, HA Taylor, RB Kanarek
PloS one 9 (12), e113618, 2014
Horizontal saccadic eye movements enhance the retrieval of landmark shape and location information
TT Brunyť, CR Mahoney, JS Augustyn, HA Taylor
Brain and Cognition 70 (3), 279-288, 2009
Spatial mental representation: implications for navigation system design
HA Taylor, TT Brunyť, ST Taylor
Reviews of human factors and ergonomics 4 (1), 1-40, 2008
Emotional state and local versus global spatial memory
TT Brunyť, CR Mahoney, JS Augustyn, HA Taylor
Acta Psychologica 130 (2), 138-146, 2009
North is up (hill): Route planning heuristics in real-world environments
TT Brunyť, CR Mahoney, AL Gardony, HA Taylor
Memory & cognition 38 (6), 700-712, 2010
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