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    • Nonverbal Feedback Integration: A Controlled System 

      Rice, Nathaniel C. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-05-05)
      Conversations involve the exchanging of feedback, both verbal and nonverbal, and the importance of these cues is well understood. The cognitive processes used in integrating the feedback have yet to examined, especially ...
    • Observing Negative Events at Work and Their Relationship to Job Stress and Well-Being 

      Dixon, Aurora J. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-05-08)
      Although changes in employment status have long been recognized as important life events in relation to psychological well-being (e.g. Holmes & Rahe, 1967), there has historically been a deficit in research on additional ...
    • Repeated Testing of Working Memory Capacity 

      Carter, Laura (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-05-05)
      Working memory capacity is measured by a variety of memory span tasks and can account for about 40% of inter-individual variation in fluid intelligence (Broadway &Engle, in preparation). In the present study, ten participants ...
    • Subjective Evaluation and Bias Relating to Paraplegics 

      Guyer, Chelsea Kirkland (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-05-12)
      This study investigated subjective bias relating to paraplegia. Eighty-eight Georgia Tech students took part in rating eight pictures on dimensions such as creativity and color. The participants were either shown a picture ...
    • Technology Constraints on Nonverbal Aspects of Communication 

      Han, Michelle (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-05-08)
      Communication involves more than just verbal speech; there are nonverbal aspects of communication such as body position, eye contact, hand gestures, and the like. Specifically in an interview setting, both the person ...
    • The Mechanisms of the Temporal Release from Proactive Interference 

      Lindsey, Dakota Roy Bailey (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-04-29)
      The release from proactive interference (PI) is a well-studied phenomenon, but its cause is elusive. When a release in PI is caused by changes in the content of to-be-remembered items, the more accurate retrieval is likely ...
    • Training Novices on Hierarchical Task Analysis 

      Felipe, Sarah (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-12)
      The training of a complex task such as task analysis is an area that very few have explored. This study examines how different training methods affect knowledge acquisition, focusing on content learned and errors made by ...
    • Visual and Auditory Velocity Perception and Multimodal Illusions 

      Gasaway, Katherine S. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-05-05)
      Although ambiguous and conflicting sensory information from different sensory modalities is common, people seldom experience perceptual ambiguities or conflict between senses. Just as the retinal nerve blind spot is filled ...