David M. Cades: Publications

Most publications and presentations available upon request (dcades@gmu.edu)



Publications and Patents (presentation associated with publication where noted)

Cades, D. M., Boehm-Davis, D. A., Trafton, J. G., and Monk, C. A. (in press) Mitigating disruptive effects of interruptions through training: What needs to be practiced? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied (submitted February 2010).

Nelson, E., Kidd, D., and Cades, D. (2010). Examining patterns of simulator sickness during increased exposure to a motion-based driving simulator over time. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, Vol. 96 (3), pp.1-14.

Werner, N. E., Cades, D. M., Boehm-Davis, D. A., Peterson, M. S., Alothman, S. J., and Zhang, X. (2010). Individual differences in resuming interrupted tasks. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, Vol. 96 (3). pp. 35-49.

Barrow, J., Cades, D., Kidd, D., Nelson, E., and Roberts, D. (2010). Managing speed in inclement conditions using an in-vehicle interface. Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicle Applications. (Presentation)

Cades, D. M., Kidd, D. G., King, E. B., McKnight, P. E., and Boehm-Davis, D. A. (2010). Factors affecting interrupted task performance: Effects of adaptability, impulsivity, and intelligence. To be in the Proceedings of the 54th Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting. (Presentation)

Cades, D. M., Werner, N. E., Boehm-Davis, D. A., and Arshad, Z. (2010). What makes Real-World Interruptions Disruptive? Evidence from an Office Setting. To be in the Proceedings of the 54th Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting. (Presentation)

Werner, N. E., Cades, D. M., Boehm-Davis, D. A., Peterson, M. S., Alothman, S. J., and Zhang, X. (2010). Where was I and what was I doing? Individual differences in resuming after an interruption and implications for real-world distractions. In Proceedings of Washington Academy of Sciences 2010 Capital Science Conference (Abstract) (Presentation)

Nelson, E., Kidd, D. G., and Cades, D. M. (2010). The effect of repeated exposures to simulated driving on ratings of simulator sickness. In Proceedings of Washington Academy of Sciences 2010 Capital Science Conference (Abstract) (Presentation)

Cades, D., Barrow, J., Kidd, D., Nelson, E., & Roberts, D., “Inclement Condition Speedometer”, US patent 12/758,273 (Submitted April 12, 2009).

McKnight, P. E., Cades, D. M., Kendra, M. S., and Erchov, S. (under review) Decanting Wine: A necessary process or a misleading luxury?, Significance. (submitted November 2009).

Werner, N. E., Cades, D. M., Boehm-Davis, D. A., and Peterson, M. S. (2009). Resuming after an interruption: Exploring the roles of spatial and goal memory. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 53rd Annual Meeting, October 19-23, San Antonio, TX (Presentation).

Barrow, J. H., Cades, D. M., Kidd, D. G., Nelson, E., and Roberts, D. (2009) SLIC: Speed limit for inclement conditions. In Proceedings of 2009 Eye and the Auto Conference hosted by the Detroit Institute of Ophthalmology, Detroit, MI. (Abstract) (Presentation) (Note that all authors contributed equally). 

Cades, D. M., Jones, S. M., Werner, N. E., & Boehm-Davis, D. A. (2008). Knowing when to switch tasks: Effectiveness of internal versus external cues. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences. 94 (3) pp. 93-109. (Presentation)

Kidd, D. G., Cades, D. M., Horvath, D. J., Jones, S. M., Pitone, M. J., & Monk, C. A. (2008). Listen Up! Do voice recognition systems help drivers focus on the road? User Experience Magazine: A publication of the Usability Professionals’ Association. 7 (4) pp. 10-12.

Cades, D. M., Werner, N. E., Trafton, J. G., Boehm-Davis, D. A., & Monk, C. A. (2008). Dealing with interruptions can be complex, but does interruption complexity matter: A mental resources approach to quantifying disruptions. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 52nd Annual Meeting, September 22-26, New York, NY (Presentation)

Cades, D. M., Kidd, D. G., & McKnight, P. E. (2008). Where is the real-world variance? A generalizability theory approach to understanding interruptions in naturalistic environments. In Proceedings of the III European Congress of Methodology, July 8-12, (pp. 20-21), (Abstract), Oviedo, Spain (Presentation)

Kidd, D. G., Cades, D. M., & McKnight, P. E. (2008). Generalizability theory in laboratory interruptions research: Estimating variance to improve future research. In Proceedings of the III European Congress of Methodology, July 8-12, (pp. 20), (Abstract), Oviedo, Spain

Cades, D. M., Trafton, J. G., Boehm-Davis, D. A., & Monk, C. A. (2007). Does the difficulty of an interruption affect our ability to resume? In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 51st Annual Meeting, October 1-5, (pp. 234 – 238), Baltimore, MD. (Presentation)

Cades, D. M. (2007). Measuring individual differences over and above experimental manipulations. In Proceedings of the International Society for the Study of Individual Differences 13th Biennial Meeting, July 22-27, (Abstract), Giessen, Germany. (Presentation)

Cades, D. M., Trafton, J. G., & Boehm-Davis, D. A. (2006). Mitigating disruptions: Can resuming an interrupted task be trained? In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 50th Annual Meeting, October 16-20, (pp. 368-371), San Francisco, CA. (Presentation)


Additional Presentations

Werner, N. E., Cades, D. M., Boehm-Davis, D. A., Peterson, M. S., Alothman, S. J., and Zhang, X. (2010). Where was I and what was I doing? Individual differences in resuming after an interruption and implications for real-world distractions. Presented at research symposium at the University of the District of Columbia (UDC).

McKnight, P. E., Kidd, D. G., Cades, D. M., and Kendra, M. S. (2009). Generalizability Theory Applications in Program and Policy Evaluation: An Introduction and Application to Quasi-Experimental and Experimental Designs. Presented at Evaluation 2009, 23rd Annual Conference of the American Evaluation Association (Symposium – all authors presented equally).

Najab, J., Cades, D. M., and Kidd, D. G. (2009). A Gentle Introduction to Bayesian Analysis. Presented at Evaluation 2009, 23rd Annual Conference of the American Evaluation Association (Symposium – all authors presented equally).

Barrow, J. H., Cades, D. M., Kidd, D. G., Nelson, E., and Roberts, D. (2009) SLIC: Speed limit for inclement conditions. Paper and Poster presented at Enhanced Safety of Vehicles conference, Stuttgart, Germany. (Note that all authors contributed equally). 

Barrow, J. H., Cades, D. M., Kidd, D. G., Nelson, E., and Roberts, D. (2009) SLIC: Speed limit for inclement conditions. Paper presented to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for design competition of Enhanced Safety of Vehicles conference, Fairfax, VA. (Note that all authors contributed equally).  

Cades, D. M., Boehm-Davis, D. A., & Trafton, J. G. (2007). Interruptions in the office: An observational field study. Poster presented at the 2007 American Psychological Association Division 21, Division 19, and Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Potomac Chapter Annual Symposium on Applied Experimental Research, Fairfax, VA.

Krall, J., Cades, D. M., & McKnight, P. E. (2007). Predicting baseball winners using just noticeable differences. Poster presented at the 2007 annual conference of the Association for Psychological Science. Washington, D. C.

Higgins, K. E., White, J. M., Cades, D. M., Ciaccio, V., & Liu, L. (2005). Effect of age on transient adaptation at low light levels. Poster presented at Optical Society of America Annual Meeting, Tucson, AZ.

Higgins, K. E., White, J. M., Asami, R., Liu, L. Rosenthal, B., Ciaccio, V., Cades, D. M., and Gauthier, H. Physiology of glare and readaptation (including age differences). Presented at National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Workshop on Headlamp Safety Metrics: Balancing Visibility and Glare (July 2004).

Higgins, K. E., White, J. M., Cades, D., Ciaccio, V., and Liu, L. Early Dark Adaptation: Effect of Age. Presented at the annual meeting of The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) (May 2006).



Technical Reports

SLIC: The in-vehicle speed management device. (2009) Barrow, J. H., Cades, D. M., Kidd, D. G., Nelson, E., and Roberts, D. Technical report submitted to judges at National Highway Traffic Safety Administration representing Enhanced Safety of Vehicles design competition. (Note that all authors contributed equally).

What can I do for you?: An evaluation of university and professional organizational roles in the development of student training. (2005) Mintz, F. E., Smith, C. F., Cades, D. M., Fedota, J., and Henrickson, S. E. Technical report submitted to the executive council of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.