Adam C. Roberts

Affiliations: 
University of Sheffield, Sheffield, England, United Kingdom 
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prefrontal cortex, frontal theta, risk states, cognitive strain, executive system
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Dunleavy G, Sathish T, Nazeha N, et al. (2019) Health Effects of Underground Workspaces (HEUW) cohort in Singapore: study design and baseline characteristics. Epidemiology and Health. e2019025
Roberts AC, Yeap YW, Seah HS, et al. (2019) Assessing the suitability of virtual reality for psychological testing. Psychological Assessment. 31: 318-328
Lee EH, Christopoulos GI, Kwok KW, et al. (2017) A Psychosocial Approach to Understanding Underground Spaces. Frontiers in Psychology. 8: 452
Kotzor S, Wetterlin A, Roberts AC, et al. (2016) Processing of Phonemic Consonant Length: Semantic and Fragment Priming Evidence from Bengali. Language and Speech. 59: 83-112
Roberts AC, Christopoulos GI, Car J, et al. (2015) Psycho-biological factors associated with underground spaces: What can the new era of cognitive neuroscience offer to their study? Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology
Roberts AC, Kotzor S, Wetterlin A, et al. (2014) Asymmetric processing of durational differences - electrophysiological investigations in Bengali. Neuropsychologia. 58: 88-98
Roberts AC, Wetterlin A, Lahiri A. (2013) Aligning mispronounced words to meaning: Evidence from ERP and reaction time studies Mental Lexicon. 8: 140-163
Ting CH, Mahfouf M, Nassef A, et al. (2010) Real-time adaptive automation system based on identification of operator functional state in simulated process control operations Ieee Transactions On Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Part a:Systems and Humans. 40: 251-262
Hockey GR, Nickel P, Roberts AC, et al. (2009) Sensitivity of candidate markers of psychophysiological strain to cyclical changes in manual control load during simulated process control. Applied Ergonomics. 40: 1011-8
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