Deborah A. Boehm-Davis
Deborah A. Boehm-Davis
Research Manager, Facebook Reality Labs & University Professor Emeritus, George Mason University
Verified email at gmu.edu - Homepage
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Milliseconds matter: An introduction to microstrategies and to their use in describing and predicting interactive behavior.
WD Gray, DA Boehm-Davis
Journal of experimental psychology: applied 6 (4), 322, 2000
3292000
The effect of interruption duration and demand on resuming suspended goals.
CA Monk, JG Trafton, DA Boehm-Davis
Journal of experimental psychology: Applied 14 (4), 299, 2008
2682008
Recovering from interruptions: Implications for driver distraction research
CA Monk, DA Boehm-Davis, G Mason, JG Trafton
Human factors 46 (4), 650-663, 2004
2292004
The attentional costs of interrupting task performance at various stages
CA Monk, DA Boehm-Davis, JG Trafton
Proceedings of the human factors and ergonomics society annual meeting 46 …, 2002
1302002
Thinking graphically: Connecting vision and cognition during graph comprehension.
RM Ratwani, JG Trafton, DA Boehm-Davis
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 14 (1), 36, 2008
1282008
Reducing the disruptive effects of interruption: A cognitive framework for analysing the costs and benefits of intervention strategies
DA Boehm-Davis, R Remington
Accident Analysis & Prevention 41 (5), 1124-1129, 2009
1062009
Experimental evaluation of software documentation formats
B Curtis, SB Sheppard, E Kruesi-Bailey, J Bailey, DA Boehm-Davis
Journal of Systems and Software 9 (2), 167-207, 1989
1021989
Mental representations of programs for student and professional programmers
RW Holt, DA Boehm-Davis, AC Shultz
Empirical studies of programmers: Second workshop, 33-46, 1987
831987
Does the difficulty of an interruption affect our ability to resume?
DM Cades, DAB Davis, JG Trafton, CA Monk
Proceedings of the human factors and ergonomics society annual meeting 51 (4 …, 2007
642007
Do interruptions affect quality of work?
CK Foroughi, NE Werner, ET Nelson, DA Boehm-Davis
Human factors 56 (7), 1262-1271, 2014
622014
The red-line of workload: Theory, research, and design
R Grier, C Wickens, D Kaber, D Strayer, D Boehm-Davis, JG Trafton, ...
Proceedings of the human factors and ergonomics society annual meeting 52 …, 2008
612008
Program design methodologies and the software development process
DA Boehm-Davis, LS Ross
International Journal of Man-Machine Studies 36 (1), 1-19, 1992
601992
Mitigating disruptive effects of interruptions through training: What needs to be practiced?
DM Cades, DA Boehm-Davis, JG Trafton, CA Monk
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 17 (2), 97, 2011
542011
Evaluating resource management training
RW Holt, DA Boehm-Davis, JM Beaubien
Improving teamwork in organizations: Applications of resource management …, 2001
522001
The role of program structure in software maintenance
DA Boehm-Davis, RW Holt, AC Schultz
International Journal of Man-Machine Studies 36 (1), 21-63, 1992
511992
User interface development processes and methodologies
H REX HARTSON, D Boehm-Davis
Behaviour & Information Technology 12 (2), 98-114, 1993
501993
Tracking pilot interactions with flight management systems through eye movements
M Diez, DA Boehm-Davis, RW Holt, ME Pinney, JT Hansberger, ...
Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology 6, 2001
492001
Dealing with interruptions can be complex, but does interruption complexity matter: A mental resources approach to quantifying disruptions
DM Cades, N Werner, DA Boehm-Davis, JG Trafton, CA Monk
Proceedings of the human factors and ergonomics society annual meeting 52 (4 …, 2008
432008
Improving rater calibration in aviation: A case study
RW Holt, JT Hansberger, DA Boehm-Davis
The International Journal of Aviation Psychology 12 (3), 305-330, 2002
392002
Developing advanced crew resource management (ACRM) training: A training manual
TL Seamster, DA Boehm-Davis, RW Holt, K Schultz
Federal Aviation Administration, Office of the Chief Scientific and …, 1998
391998
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