Donald R. DuRousseau

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In operational environments that demand sustained vigilance or that involve multiple tasks competing for limited attentional resources, continuous monitoring of the mental state of the operator could decrease the potential for serious errors and provide valuable information concerning the ergonomics of the tasks being performed. There is widespread(More)
Evaluating relationship intervention programs traditionally involves the use of self-report surveys or observational studies to assess changes in behavior. Instead, to investigate intervention-related changes in behavior, our study evaluates spatial-frequency electroencephalography (EEG) patterns from the brains of couples participating in an Imago(More)
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