RECENT PUBLICATIONS BY THE AUDITORY RESEARCH GROUP
Baldwin, C. L. (in press, 2010) Auditory Cognition and Human Performance: Research and Applications. Clermont, FL: CRC Press – Taylor & Francis.
Baldwin, C. L., and Struckman-Johnson, D. (2002). Impact of speech presentation level on cognitive task performance: Implications for auditory display design. Ergonomics, 45(1), 61-74.
Baldwin, C. L. (2002). Designing in-vehicle technologies for older drivers: Application of sensory-cognitive interaction theory. Theoretical Issues In Ergonomic Science, 3(4), 307-329.
Baldwin, C. L. (2003). Neuroergonomics of mental workload: New insights from the convergence of brain and behavior in ergonomics research. Theoretical Issues In Ergonomic Science, 4(1-2), 132-141.
Baldwin, C. L., and Coyne, J. T. (2005). Dissociable aspects of mental workload: Examinations of the P300 ERP component and performance assessments. Psychologia, 48, 102-118.
Baldwin, C. L. (2007). Cognitive implications of facilitating echoic persistence. Memory & Cognition, 35(4), 774-780.
Coyne, J. T., Latorella, K. A., and Baldwin, C. L. (in press). Pilot weather assessment: Implications for VFR flight into IMC. International Journal of Aviation Psychology.
Baldwin, C. L. (in press). Individual Differences in Navigational Strategy: Implications for Display Design. Theoretical Issues In Ergonomic Science.
May, J. F., and Baldwin, C. L. (under review). Driver fatigue: The importance of identifying causal factors of fatigue when considering detection and countermeasure technologies. Submitted to Transportation Research: Part F.
Reagan, I., and Baldwin, C. L. (under review). Individual differences and in Route-learning Strategy and Associated Working Memory Resources. Submitted to Human Factors.