Jeremy D. Schwark, Ph.D.

New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM, United States 
"Jeremy Schwark"
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Igor Dolgov grad student 2014 New Mexico State
 (A model of prevalence-based decisions in visual search.)
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Schwark JD. (2015) Toward a Taxonomy of Affective Computing International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction. 31: 761-768
Sandry J, Schwark JD, MacDonald J. (2014) Flexibility within working memory and the focus of attention for sequential verbal information does not depend on active maintenance. Memory & Cognition. 42: 1130-42
Dolgov I, Graves WJ, Nearents MR, et al. (2014) Effects of cooperative gaming and avatar customization on subsequent spontaneous helping behavior Computers in Human Behavior. 33: 49-55
Schwark JD, Dolgov I, Sandry J, et al. (2013) Simultaneous attentional guidance by working-memory and selection history reveals two distinct sources of attention. Acta Psychologica. 144: 269-78
Schwark J, Dolgov I. (2013) The influence of spatial and feature probability cuing in visual search. Perception. 42: 470-2
Schwark J, Sandry J, Dolgov I. (2013) Evidence for a positive relationship between working-memory capacity and detection of low-prevalence targets in visual search. Perception. 42: 112-4
Schwark JD, MacDonald J, Sandry J, et al. (2013) Prevalence-based decisions undermine visual search Visual Cognition. 21: 541-568
Geels-Blair K, Rice S, Schwark J. (2013) Using System-Wide Trust Theory to Reveal the Contagion Effects of Automation False Alarms and Misses on Compliance and Reliance in a Simulated Aviation Task International Journal of Aviation Psychology. 23: 245-266
Schwark JD, Dolgov I, Hor D, et al. (2013) Gender and Personality Trait Measures Impact Degree of Affect Change in a Hedonic Computing Paradigm International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction. 29: 327-337
Rice S, Geels K, Hackett HR, et al. (2012) The harder the task, the more inconsistent the performance: a PPT analysis on task difficulty. The Journal of General Psychology. 139: 1-18
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