Ami Eidels, Ph.D.

Psychology University of Newcastle, Australia, Callaghan, New South Wales, Australia 
"Ami Eidels"


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Daniel Algom grad student 1998-2004 Tel Aviv University
James Townsend post-doc 2004-2008 Indiana University (Neurotree)


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Bhuvanesh Awasthi collaborator 2011- The University of Newcastle (Neurotree)
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Little DR, Yang H, Eidels A, et al. (2022) Extending systems factorial technology to errored responses. Psychological Review
Howard ZL, Garrett P, Little DR, et al. (2020) A show about nothing: No-signal processes in systems factorial technology. Psychological Review
Innes RJ, Howard ZL, Thorpe A, et al. (2020) The Effects of Increased Visual Information on Cognitive Workload in a Helicopter Simulator. Human Factors. 18720820945409
Innes RJ, Evans NJ, Howard ZL, et al. (2020) A Broader Application of the Detection Response Task to Cognitive Tasks and Online Environments. Human Factors. 18720820936800
Howard ZL, Belevski B, Eidels A, et al. (2020) What do cows drink? A systems factorial technology account of processing architecture in memory intersection problems. Cognition. 202: 104294
Howard ZL, Evans NJ, Innes RJ, et al. (2020) How is multi-tasking different from increased difficulty? Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Thorpe A, Innes R, Townsend J, et al. (2020) Assessing cross-modal interference in the detection response task Journal of Mathematical Psychology. 98: 102390
Shelton B, Nesbitt K, Thorpe A, et al. (2020) Gauging the utility of ambient displays by measuring cognitive load Cognition, Technology & Work. 1-22
Houpt JW, Little DR, Eidels A. (2019) Editorial on developments in systems factorial technology: Theory and applications Journal of Mathematical Psychology. 92: 102282
Garrett PM, Howard Z, Houpt JW, et al. (2019) Comparative estimation systems perform under severely limited workload capacity Journal of Mathematical Psychology. 92: 102255
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