Hayden Aaron Ross

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In this report, we examined the impact of rest breaks and goal switches on the vigilance decrement—the change in performance with time-on-task—and subjective stress and workload. In study 1, we examined the decrement in a visual line-length discrimination task employed in previous research. The task had a linear decrement in perceptual sensitivity with(More)
The goal habituation model of vigilance proposed by Ariga and Lleras (2011) posits that it is possible to attenuate the vigilance decrement (the decline in performance that occurs with time-on-task) through dis-habituation of a vigilance task's goal. The goal in a vigilance task is to detect critical signals. Hence, a switch away from this goal should(More)
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