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Stephen M. Casner
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PDF download  S. M. Casner, & E. L. Hutchins (2019) What Do We Tell the Drivers? Toward Minimum Driver Training Standards for Partially Automated Cars, Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making, https://doi.org/10.1177/1555343419830901 Click to read more
B. F. Gore, S. M. Casner, & C. . Wickens (2018) Workload and human performance, In B. Kanki, J-F Clervoy, & G. Sandal (Eds.), Space safety and human performance (pp.54-70), Oxford, MA: Elsevier Science Click to read more
PDF download  S. M. Casner, E. L. Hutchins, & D. . Norman (2016) The challenges of partially automated driving, Communications of the ACM 59(5), 70-77 Click to read more
S. M. Casner, R. W. Geven, M. P. Recker, & J. W. Schooler (2015) The retention of manual flying skills in the automated cockpit, Human Factors Click to read more
S. M. Casner, & J. W. Schooler (2014) Thoughts in flight: Automation use and pilots' task-related and task-unrelated thought, Human Factors 56(3), 433-442 Click to read more
S. M. Casner, R. W. Geven, & T. . Williams (2013) The effectiveness of airline pilot training for abnormal events, Human Factors 55(3), 477-485 Click to read more
S. M. Casner, M. P. Murphy, E. C. Neville, & M. R. Neville (2012) Pilots as weather briefers: The direct use of aviation weather products by general aviation pilots, International Journal of Aviation Psychology 22(4), 367-381 Click to read more
S. M. Casner (2011) The pilot-into-the-loop problem: Joining or rejoining flights in progress, International Journal of Applied Aviation Studies 10(2), 1-10 Click to read more
S. M. Casner, & E. C. Neville (2010) Airline pilots' knowledge and beliefs about over-the-counter medications, Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine 81, 112-119 Click to read more
S. M. Casner (2010) Why don't pilots submit more pilot weather reports (PIREPs)?, International Journal of Aviation Psychology 20(4), 347-374 Click to read more
S. M. Casner (2009) Perceived vs. measured effects of advanced cockpit systems on pilot workload and error: Are pilots' beliefs misaligned with reality?, Applied Ergonomics 40 (3), 448-456 Click to read more
S. M. Casner (2008) General aviation pilots' attitudes toward advanced cockpit systems, International Journal of Applied Aviation Studies 8 (1), 88-112. Click to read more
S. M. Casner (2006) Mitigating the loss of navigational awareness while flying under VFR, International Journal of Applied Aviation Studies 6 (1), 121-129 Click to read more
S. M. Casner, D. . Heraldez, & K. M. Jones (2006) Retention of aeronautical knowledge, International Journal of Applied Aviation Studies Click to read more
S. M. Casner (2006) Understanding the determinants of problem-solving behavior in a complex environment, In Working with technology in mind: Adaptive perspectives on human-technology interaction, A. Kirlik (Ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press Click to read more
S. M. Casner (2005) The effect of GPS and moving map displays on navigational awareness while flying under VFR, International Journal of Applied Aviation Studies 5 (1), 153-165 Click to read more
S. M. Casner (2005) Transfer of learning between a small technically advanced aircraft and a modern commercial jet, International Journal of Applied Aviation Studies 5 (2), 307-319 Click to read more
S. M. Casner, K. M. Jones, A. F. Puentes, & H. . Irani (2004) FAA pilot knowledge tests: Learning or rote memorization., International Journal of Applied Aviation Studies 3 (2), 277-289. Click to read more
S. M. Casner (2004) Flying IFR with GPS: How Much Practice Is Needed?, International Journal of Applied Aviation Studies 4 (2), 81-97 Click to read more
S. M. Casner, & A. F. Puentes (2003) Computer and broadband technology in the aviation maintenance workplace, 2003 FAA Program Review, September 10-11, Reno, Nevada Click to read more
S. M. Casner (2003) Learning about cockpit automation: From piston trainer to modern jet transport, In Proceedings of the 12th Symposium on Aviation Psychology, Dayton, Ohio Click to read more
S. M. Casner, & K. M. Jones (2003) Should FAA test questions be published? An empirical inquiry, In Proceedings of the 12th Symposium on Aviation Psychology, Dayton, Ohio Click to read more
PDF download  S. M. Casner (2003) Teaching Cockpit Automation in the Classroom., Stephen M. Casner (January 2003). Teaching Cockpit Automation in the Classroom. NASA/TM-2003-211865. Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California Click to read more
S. M. Casner (1995) A personal CBT for the Boeing 737 flight management system, In Proceedings of the 8th Symposium on Aviation Psychology, Columbus, Ohio, April 24-27 Click to read more
S. M. Casner (1994) Book review: Human Error by James Reason, Journal of Applied Cognitive Psychology Click to read more
S. M. Casner (1994) Understanding the determinants of problem-solving behavior in a complex environment, Human Factors 36 (4), 580-596 Click to read more
S. M. Casner (1992) Automatic design of efficient visual problem representations, AAAI Spring Symposium on Reasoning With Diagrammatic Representations, Stanford University, CA Click to read more
S. M. Casner (1992) Book review: Envisioning Information by Edward Tufte, Journal of Applied Cognitive Psychology 6, 91-92 Click to read more
S. M. Casner (1991) A task-analytic approach to the automated design of graphic presentations, ACM Transactions on Graphics, 10 (5), 111-151 Click to read more
S. M. Casner (1991) BOZ: Task-analytic design and evaluation of visual displays, In Proceedings of 1991 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, 1195-1200 Click to read more
S. M. Casner (1990) Building customized diagramming languages, In Visual Languages and Visual Programming, S.K. Chang (Ed.). New York: Plenum Press Click to read more
S. M. Casner (1990) Task-analytic design of graphic presentations, University of Pittsburgh Click to read more
S. M. Casner, & J. H. Larkin (1989) Cognitive efficiency considerations for good graphic design, In Proceedings of the 11th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Ann Arbor, Michigan Click to read more
S. M. Casner, & J. . Bonar (1988) Using the expert's diagrams as a specification of expertise, In Proceedings of the 1988 IEEE Workshop on Visual Languages, Pittsburgh, PA Click to read more
C. H. Lewis, S. M. Casner, V. . Shoenberg, & M. . Blake (1987) Analysis-based generalization in human-computer interaction, In Proceedings of INTERACT '87, Stuttgart, West Germany Click to read more
S. M. Casner, & C. H. Lewis (1987) Learning about hidden events in system interactions, In Proceedings of CHI+GI '87: Human Factors in Computing Systems and Graphics Interface, Toronto, Ontario Click to read more
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