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A feature-integration account of sequential effects in the Simon task
Recent studies have shown that the effects of irrelevant spatial stimulus-response (S-R) correspondence (i.e., the Simon effect) occur only after trials in which the stimulus and response locations… Expand
Improving password security and memorability to protect personal and organizational information
- K. Vu, R. Proctor, A. Bhargav-Spantzel, Bik-Lam Tai, J. Cook, E. Schultz
- Computer Science
- Int. J. Hum. Comput. Stud.
- 1 August 2007
We evaluate the time and number of attempts needed to generate unique passwords satisfying different restrictions for multiple accounts, as well as the login time and accuracy for recalling those passwords. Expand
Stimulus-Response Compatibility Principles: Data, Theory, and Application
STIMULUS-RESPONSE COMPATIBILITY AND SELECTION OF ACTION: BASIC CONCEPTSIntroductionClassic StudiesTerminology and DistinctionsTechniques for Studying S-R CompatibilityModels for S-R Compatibility… Expand
Handbook of Human Factors in Web Design
Background and Overview Historical Overview of Human Factors and Ergonomics, Stanley N. Roscoe A Brief History of Computers and the Internet, Ira H. Bernstein Human-Computer Interaction, Alan Dix and… Expand
The enhanced Simon effect for older adults is reduced when the irrelevant location information is conveyed by an accessory stimulus.
The Simon effect, better performance when irrelevant stimulus location corresponds with the response location than when it does not, typically is larger for older than younger adults. However, Simon… Expand
Determinants of right-left and top-bottom prevalence for two-dimensional spatial compatibility.
When stimulus and response sets vary along horizontal and vertical dimensions, the horizontal dimension is more dominant than the vertical one, an effect called right-left prevalence. Three accounts… Expand
Vertical versus horizontal spatial compatibility: Right-left prevalence with bimanual responses
Abstract For two-choice tasks in which stimulus and response locations vary along horizontal and vertical dimensions, the spatial compatibility effect is often stronger on the horizontal than… Expand
Mixing compatible and incompatible mappings: Elimination, reduction, and enhancement of spatial compatibility effects
In two-choice tasks, the compatible mapping of left stimulus to left response and right stimulus to right response typically yields better performance than does the incompatible mapping. Nonetheless,… Expand
Improving computer security for authentication of users: Influence of proactive password restrictions
- R. Proctor, M. Lien, K. Vu, E. Schultz, G. Salvendy
- Computer Science, Medicine
- Behavior research methods, instruments…
- 1 May 2002
We examined the influence of proactive password restrictions on the time that it took to generate an acceptable password and to use it subsequently to log in. Expand
Mixing incompatibly mapped location-relevant trials with location-irrelevant trials: effects of stimulus mode on the reverse Simon effect
Abstract When location-relevant trials with an incompatible spatial stimulus-response mapping are mixed with location-irrelevant trials, responses on the latter trials are faster when stimulus and… Expand