J. Gregory Trafton, Greg Trafton
J. Gregory Trafton, Greg Trafton
Naval Research Laboratory, George Mason University, Princeton University
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Memory for goals: An activation‐based model
EM Altmann, JG Trafton
Cognitive science 26 (1), 39-83, 2002
8452002
Preparing to resume an interrupted task: Effects of prospective goal encoding and retrospective rehearsal
JG Trafton, EM Altmann, DP Brock, FE Mintz
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 58 (5), 583-603, 2003
5062003
Effective tutoring techniques: A comparison of human tutors and intelligent tutoring systems
DC Merrill, BJ Reiser, M Ranney, JG Trafton
The Journal of the Learning Sciences 2 (3), 277-305, 1992
3961992
Enabling effective human-robot interaction using perspective-taking in robots
JG Trafton, NL Cassimatis, MD Bugajska, DP Brock, FE Mintz, AC Schultz
IEEE transactions on systems, man, and cybernetics-part A: systems and …, 2005
2962005
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
2932008
The contributions of studying examples and solving problems to skill acquisition
JG Trafton, BJ Reiser
Princeton University, 1994
2541994
Use of exemplars and abstractions in trait judgments: A model of trait knowledge about the self and others.
SB Klein, J Loftus, JG Trafton, RW Fuhrman
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 63 (5), 739, 1992
2461992
Recovering from interruptions: Implications for driver distraction research
CA Monk, DA Boehm-Davis, G Mason, JG Trafton
Human factors 46 (4), 650-663, 2004
2422004
Task interruption: Resumption lag and the role of cues
EM Altmann, JG Trafton
MICHIGAN STATE UNIV EAST LANSING DEPT OF PSYCHOLOGY, 2004
2422004
Timecourse of recovery from task interruption: Data and a model
EM Altmann, JG Trafton
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 14 (6), 1079-1084, 2007
2122007
Task interruptions
JG Trafton, CA Monk
Reviews of human factors and ergonomics 3 (1), 111-126, 2007
2012007
Momentary interruptions can derail the train of thought.
EM Altmann, JG Trafton, DZ Hambrick
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 143 (1), 215, 2014
1982014
Act-r/e: An embodied cognitive architecture for human-robot interaction
JG Trafton, LM Hiatt, AM Harrison, FP Tamborello, SS Khemlani, ...
Journal of Human-Robot Interaction 2 (1), 30-55, 2013
1692013
Turning pictures into numbers: extracting and generating information from complex visualizations
JG Trafton, SS Kirschenbaum, TL Tsui, RT Miyamoto, JA Ballas, ...
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 53 (5), 827-850, 2000
1632000
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
1382002
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
1332008
Integrating cognition, perception and action through mental simulation in robots
NL Cassimatis, JG Trafton, MD Bugajska, AC Schultz
Robotics and Autonomous Systems 49 (1-2), 13-23, 2004
1162004
“What if…”: The use of conceptual simulations in scientific reasoning
SB Trickett, JG Trafton
Cognitive Science 31 (5), 843-875, 2007
1112007
A memory for goals model of sequence errors
JG Trafton, EM Altmann, RM Ratwani
Cognitive Systems Research 12 (2), 134-143, 2011
1022011
Design and philosophy of the bimasc, a highly dynamic biped
JW Hurst, JE Chestnutt, AA Rizzi
Proceedings 2007 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation …, 2007
1012007
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