• Publications
  • Influence
Verbal protocol accuracy in fault diagnosis.
  • J. Brinkman
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Ergonomics
  • 1 November 1993
The study examined whether concurrent and retrospective verbal protocols possess the potential to provide a non-reactive and valid account of the cognitive processes involved in fault diagnosis. Expand
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Materials and studies for Kassite history
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Noise and Vigilance: An Evaluative Review
The literature on the effects of noise on monitoring performance shows a disappointing lack of consistency in results. The hypothesis of the present study was that task classification in terms ofExpand
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On the Nature of Radiation Damage in Metals
The nature of the permanent damage retained in metals from irradiation has been investigated in somewhat greater detail than has been done in the past. The usual assumption has been that the damageExpand
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Processing Demands, Effort, and Individual Differences in Four Different Vigilance Tasks
In an attempt to specify the limiting conditions of the taxonomy of vigilance tasks, four tasks differing in memory load and in stimuli employed (sensory or cognitive) were compared. ElectrodermalExpand
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Production of Atomic Displacements by High-Energy Particles
The processes by which atoms in solids are displaced from their normal positions by high-energy neutrons, cyclotron particles, and electrons are discussed. A radiation damage model is presented whichExpand
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Sennacherib's Babylonian Problem: An Interpretation
  • J. Brinkman
  • History
  • Journal of Cuneiform Studies
  • 1 April 1973
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