Jonathan Z. Bakdash

University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA 
Perception of spatial layout, spatial cognition
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Dennis R. Proffitt grad student 2004-2010 UVA
 (Guided Navigation Impairs Spatial Knowledge: Using Aids to Improve Spatial Representations.)
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Bakdash JZ, Marusich LR, Kenworthy JB, et al. (2020) Statistical Significance Filtering Overestimates Effects and Impedes Falsification: A Critique of. Frontiers in Psychology. 11: 609647
Ren D, Marusich LR, O’Donovan J, et al. (2019) Understanding node-link and matrix visualizations of networks: A large-scale online experiment Network Science. 7: 242-264
Preece A, Webberley W, Braines D, et al. (2017) Sherlock: Experimental Evaluation of a Conversational Agent for Mobile Information Tasks Ieee Transactions On Human-Machine Systems. 47: 1017-1028
Marusich LR, Bakdash JZ, Onal E, et al. (2016) Effects of Information Availability on Command-and-Control Decision Making: Performance, Trust, and Situation Awareness. Human Factors
Lambert AE, Watson JM, Stefanucci JK, et al. (2015) Stereotype Threat Impairs Older Adult Driving Applied Cognitive Psychology
Brennan AA, Bakdash JZ, Proffitt DR. (2012) Treadmill experience mediates the perceptual-motor aftereffect of treadmill walking. Experimental Brain Research. 216: 527-34
Lee C, Linkenauger SA, Bakdash JZ, et al. (2011) Putting like a pro: the role of positive contagion in golf performance and perception. Plos One. 6: e26016
Bakdash J, Linkenauger S, Stefanucci J, et al. (2010) Perceived distance influences simulated walking time Journal of Vision. 8: 1151-1151
Bakdash J, Linkenauger S, Proffitt D. (2010) Separating the two main components of active navigation for learning a virtual environment: Decision-making and control Journal of Vision. 7: 761-761
Bakdash JZ, Augustyn JS, Proffitt DR. (2010) Bigger is better: Large visual displays improve spatial knowledge of a virtual environment Journal of Vision. 6: 907-907
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