Donald L Fisher
Donald L Fisher
Volpe National Transportation Systems Center
Verified email at ecs.umass.edu
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Toward a model of eye movement control in reading.
ED Reichle, A Pollatsek, DL Fisher, K Rayner
Psychological review 105 (1), 125, 1998
12961998
Using eye movements to evaluate effects of driver age on risk perception in a driving simulator
AK Pradhan, KR Hammel, R DeRamus, A Pollatsek, DA Noyce, DL Fisher
Human factors 47 (4), 840-852, 2005
3482005
Handbook of driving simulation for engineering, medicine, and psychology
DL Fisher, M Rizzo, J Caird, JD Lee
CRC Press, 2011
3082011
Can novice drivers be trained to scan for information that will reduce their likelihood of a crash?
DL Fisher, AP Pollatsek, A Pradhan
Injury Prevention 12 (suppl 1), i25-i29, 2006
2252006
Can younger drivers be trained to scan for information that will reduce their risk in roadway traffic scenarios that are hard to identify as hazardous?
AK Pradhan, A Pollatsek, M Knodler, DL Fisher
Ergonomics 52 (6), 657-673, 2009
2032009
Use of a fixed-base driving simulator to evaluate the effects of experience and PC-based risk awareness training on drivers' decisions
DL Fisher, NE Laurie, R Glaser, K Connerney, A Pollatsek, SA Duffy, ...
Human factors 44 (2), 287-302, 2002
1862002
Central capacity limits in consistent mapping, visual search tasks: four channels or more?
DL Fisher
Cognitive psychology 16 (4), 449-484, 1984
1771984
Are driving simulators effective tools for evaluating novice drivers’ hazard anticipation, speed management, and attention maintenance skills?
E Chan, AK Pradhan, A Pollatsek, MA Knodler, DL Fisher
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 13 (5), 343-353, 2010
1752010
Using eye movements to evaluate a PC-based risk awareness and perception training program on a driving simulator
A Pollatsek, V Narayanaan, A Pradhan, DL Fisher
Human Factors 48 (3), 447-464, 2006
1672006
Visual displays: The highlighting paradox
DL Fisher, KC Tan
Human factors 31 (1), 17-30, 1989
1581989
Twelve practical and useful questions about driving simulation
JK Caird, WJ Horrey
Handbook of driving simulation for engineering, medicine, and psychology, 5-1, 2011
126*2011
The effect of active versus passive training strategies on improving older drivers’ scanning in intersections
MRE Romoser, DL Fisher
Human factors 51 (5), 652-668, 2009
1252009
Brinley plots and theories of aging: The explicit, muddled, and implicit debates
AD Fisk, DL Fisher
Journal of Gerontology 49 (2), P81-P89, 1994
1201994
Risk attitude reversals in drivers' route choice when range of travel time information is provided
KV Katsikopoulos, Y Duse-Anthony, DL Fisher, SA Duffy
Human factors 44 (3), 466, 2002
1122002
Error identification and recovery by student nurses using human patient simulation: Opportunity to improve patient safety
EA Henneman, JP Roche, DL Fisher, H Cunningham, CA Reilly, ...
Applied Nursing Research 23 (1), 11-21, 2010
1072010
Stochastic PERT networks as models of cognition: Derivation of the mean, variance, and distribution of reaction time using order-of-processing (OP) diagrams
DL Fisher, WM Goldstein
Journal of Mathematical Psychology 27 (2), 121-151, 1983
1061983
Limited-channel models of automatic detection: Capacity and scanning in visual search.
DL Fisher
Psychological Review 89 (6), 662, 1982
1051982
Letter processing during eye fixations in visual search
K Rayner, DL Fisher
Perception & Psychophysics 42 (1), 87-100, 1987
1041987
General slowing alone cannot explain age-related search effects: Reply to Cerella (1991).
AD Fisk, DL Fisher, WA Rogers
American Psychological Association 121 (1), 73, 1992
1011992
Use of a driving simulator to evaluate and optimize factors affecting understandability of variable message signs
A Dutta, DL Fisher, DA Noyce
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 7 (4-5 …, 2004
982004
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