• The effect of video game experience and the ability to handle workload and workload transitions

    Devlin, S. & Riggs, S.L. (2018). The effect of video game experience and the ability to handle workload and workload transitions. Proceedings of the 62th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 119–123.

  • Connecting the Big Five taxonomies

    Devlin, S., Flynn, J., & Riggs, S.L. (2018). Connecting the Big Five taxonomies: Understanding how individual traits contribute to team adaptability under workload transitions. Proceedings of the 62th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 736–740.

  • The “up-side” and “down-side” of tactile parameters

    Gomes, K., Reeves, S., & Riggs, S.L. (2018). The “up-side” and “down-side” of tactile parameters: An evaluation of increases and decreases in tactile cue magnitude to support anesthesia monitoring. Proceedings of the 62th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 622–626.

    • Third-place winner of the Healthcare Technical Group Best Student Paper Award

  • The effect of age on crossmodal matching using auditory frequency

    Gomes, K. & Riggs, S.L. (2017). The effect of age on crossmodal matching using auditory frequency. Proceedings of the 61th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society , 1552-1556.

  • Analyzing visual search techniques using eye tracking for a computerized provider order entry (CPOE) task

    Gomes, K. & Riggs, S.L. (2017). Analyzing visual search techniques using eye tracking for a computerized provider order entry (CPOE) task. Proceedings of the 61th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society , 691-695.

  • Analyzing eye tracking data using a Markovian framework to assess differences in scan patterns

    Devlin, S. & Riggs, S.L. (2017). Analyzing eye tracking data using a Markovian framework to assess differences in scan patterns. Proceedings of the 61th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society , 1814-1818.

  • The effect of movement and cue complexity on tactile change detection

    Betza, S., Reeves, S., Abernathy, J., & Riggs, S.L. (2017). The effect of movement and cue complexity on tactile change detection. Proceedings of the 61th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society , 1541-1545.

  • Multimodal Information Presentation in Support of NextGen Operations

    Riggs, S., Wickens, C., Sarter, N., Thomas, L., Nikolic, M., & Sebok, A. (2017). Multimodal Information Presentation in Support of NextGen Operations. The International Journal of Aviation Psychology, 27:1-2, 29-43.

  • Improving the Safety and Functionality of an Artificial Pancreas System for Use in Young Children: Input from Parents and Physicians

    Gildersleeve, R., Riggs, S., Cherñavvsky, D., Breton, M., & DeBoer, M. (2017). Improving the Safety and Functionality of an Artificial Pancreas System for Use in Young Children: Input from Parents and Physicians. Diabetes Technology and Therapeutics, 19(11), 660-674.

  • Crossmodal matching: A comparison of two methods

    Gomes, K. & Riggs, S. (2016). Crossmodal matching: A comparison of two methods. Proceedings of the 60th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 60(1), 1595-1599.

    • Winner of the Perception and Performance Technical Group Best Student Paper Award

  • Anesthesia maintenance and vigilance examining task switching

    Betza, S. M., Jurewicz, K. A., Neyens, D. M., Riggs, S., Abernathy, J. H., & Reeves, S. (2016). Anesthesia maintenance and vigilance examining task switching. Proceedings of the 60th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 60(1), 608-612.

  • The Development and Evaluation of Countermeasures to Tactile Change Blindness

    Riggs, S., & Sarter, N. (2016). The development and evaluation of countermeasures to tactile change blindness. Human Factors, 58(3), 482-495.

  • Crossmodal Matching: A Critical but Neglected Step in Multimodal Research

    Pitts, B., Riggs, S., & Sarter, N. (2016). Crossmodal matching: A critical but neglected step in multimodal research. IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems, 46(3), 445-450.

  • Tactile Change Blindness in an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Control Task

    Lu, S. & Sarter, N. (2014). Tactile Change Blindness in an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Control Task. Proceedings of the 58th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 58(1), 1706-1710.

  • Tactile and Crossmodal Change Blindness and its Implications for Display Design

    Lu, S. (2014). Tactile and Crossmodal Change Blindness and its Implications for Display Design. (Doctoral dissertation, University of Michigan). Retrieved from Deep Blue (2014-10-13 T18:19:42Z).

  • Supporting Interruption Management and Multimodal Interface Design: Three Meta-Analyses of Task Performance as a Function of Interrupting Task Modality

    Lu, S., Wickens, C., Prinet, J., Hutchins, S., Sarter, N., & Sebok, A. (2013). Supporting Interruption Management and Multimodal Interface Design: Three Meta-Analyses of Task Performance as a Function of Interrupting Task Modality. Human Factors, 55(4), 697-724.

  • Identifying, Developing, and Quantifying Single-Day Quality Measures within the Neonatal ICU

    Lu, S., Nemshak, M., Schumacher, R., & Seagull, F.J. (2013). Identifying, Quantifying, and Projecting Single-Day Quality Measures within the Neonatal ICU. Proceedings of the 57th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 57(1), 1760-1764.

  • First Steps Toward Modeling ADHD Under a Dual-Task Paradigm Using a Markovian Framework for Diagnosis

    Lu, S. (2013). Modeling Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Under a Dual Task Paradigm Using a Markovian Framework for ADHD Diagnosis. Proceedings of the 57th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 57(1), 798-802

  • Cross-modal matching: The development and evaluation of a new technique

    Pitts, B., Lu, S., & Sarter, N. (2013). Crossmodal Matching: The Development and Evaluation of a New Technique. Proceedings of the 57th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 57(1), 1760-1764.

  • Redundancy Gains in Communication Tasks: A Comparison of Auditory, Visual, and Redundant Auditory-Visual Information Presentation on NextGen Flight Decks

    Lu, S., Wickens, C., Sarter, N., Thomas, L., Nikolic, M., & Sebok, A. (2012). Redundancy Gains in Communication Tasks: A Comparison of Auditory, Visual, and Redundant Auditory-Visual Information Presentation on NextGen Flight Decks. Proceedings of the 56th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 56(1), 1476-1480.

  • Informing the Design of Multimodal Displays: A Meta-Analysis of Empirical Studies Comparing Auditory and Tactile Interruptions

    Lu, S., Wickens, C., Sarter, N., & Sebok, A. (2011). Informing the Design of Multimodal Displays: A Meta-Analysis of Empirical Studies Comparing Auditory and Tactile Interruptions. In Proceedings of the 55th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 55(1), 1170-1174.

  • Why Multidisciplinary Rounds are not Multidisciplinary: Examination of a Neonatal ICU Rounding Process

    Li, H., Lu, S., Schumacher, R., & Seagull, F. (2011). Why Multidisciplinary Rounds are not Multidisciplinary: Examination of a Neonatal ICU Rounding Process. Proceedings of the 55th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 55(1), 758-762.

  • Delivery volume improvement for planning medication distribution

    Herrmann, J., Lu, S., & Schalliol, K. (2009). Delivery Volume Improvement for Planning Medication Distribution. Proceedings of the 2009 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, 3605-3609.

  • A Routing and Scheduling Approach for Planning Medication Distribution

    Herrmann, J., Lu, S., & Schalliol, K. (2009). A Routing and Scheduling Approach for Planning Medication Distribution. Proceedings of the 2009 Industrial Engineering Research Conference, 30, 1298-1303.