J. Gregory Trafton, Greg Trafton
J. Gregory Trafton, Greg Trafton
Naval Research Laboratory, George Mason University, Princeton University
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Memory for goals: An activation‐based model
EM Altmann, JG Trafton
Cognitive science 26 (1), 39-83, 2002
Preparing to resume an interrupted task: Effects of prospective goal encoding and retrospective rehearsal
JG Trafton, EM Altmann, DP Brock, FE Mintz
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 58 (5), 583-603, 2003
Effective tutoring techniques: A comparison of human tutors and intelligent tutoring systems
DC Merrill, BJ Reiser, M Ranney, JG Trafton
The Journal of the learning sciences 2 (3), 277-305, 1992
The effect of interruption duration and demand on resuming suspended goals.
CA Monk, JG Trafton, DA Boehm-Davis
Journal of experimental psychology: Applied 14 (4), 299, 2008
Enabling effective human-robot interaction using perspective-taking in robots
JG Trafton, NL Cassimatis, MD Bugajska, DP Brock, FE Mintz, AC Schultz
IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics-Part A: Systems and …, 2005
Momentary interruptions can derail the train of thought.
EM Altmann, JG Trafton, DZ Hambrick
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 143 (1), 215, 2014
Use of exemplars and abstractions in trait judgments: A model of trait knowledge about the self and others.
SB Klein, J Loftus, JG Trafton, RW Fuhrman
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 63 (5), 739, 1992
Task interruption: Resumption lag and the role of cues
EM Altmann, JG Trafton
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 26 (26), 2004
Recovering from interruptions: Implications for driver distraction research
CA Monk, DA Boehm-Davis, G Mason, JG Trafton
Human factors 46 (4), 650-663, 2004
The contributions of studying examples and solving problems to skill acquisition
JG Trafton IV
Princeton University, 1994
Timecourse of recovery from task interruption: Data and a model
EM Altmann, JG Trafton
Psychonomic bulletin & review 14 (6), 1079-1084, 2007
Task interruptions
JG Trafton, CA Monk
Reviews of human factors and ergonomics 3 (1), 111-126, 2007
Act-r/e: An embodied cognitive architecture for human-robot interaction
JG Trafton, LM Hiatt, AM Harrison, FP Tamborello, SS Khemlani, ...
Journal of Human-Robot Interaction 2 (1), 30-55, 2013
Turning pictures into numbers: extracting and generating information from complex visualizations
JG Trafton, SS Kirschenbaum, TL Tsui, RT Miyamoto, JA Ballas, ...
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 53 (5), 827-850, 2000
The attentional costs of interrupting task performance at various stages
CA Monk, DA Boehm-Davis, JG Trafton
Proceedings of the human factors and ergonomics society annual meeting 46 …, 2002
Thinking graphically: Connecting vision and cognition during graph comprehension.
RM Ratwani, JG Trafton, DA Boehm-Davis
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 14 (1), 36, 2008
“What if…”: The use of conceptual simulations in scientific reasoning
SB Trickett, JG Trafton
Cognitive Science 31 (5), 843-875, 2007
A memory for goals model of sequence errors
JG Trafton, EM Altmann, RM Ratwani
Cognitive Systems Research 12 (2), 134-143, 2011
Integrating cognition, perception and action through mental simulation in robots
NL Cassimatis, JG Trafton, MD Bugajska, AC Schultz
Robotics and Autonomous Systems 49 (1-2), 13-23, 2004
Accommodating human variability in human-robot teams through theory of mind
LM Hiatt, AM Harrison, JG Trafton
Twenty-second international joint conference on artificial intelligence, 2011
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