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In 2 experiments, trained military observers identified vehicles in infrared (thermal) imagery that varied in distance, signal-to-noise ratio, and orientation. A measure of shape similarity was derived from a contingency tree that allowed prediction of the confusion rates between any 2 vehicles...
This study investigated people's ability to monitor changing spatial information in a simulated driving task. Drivers' knowledge of the locations of traffic cars was assessed with both direct recall measures and indirect performance measures. The direct and indirect measures were positively...
Correlation estimates from scatterplots were studied as an example for an intuitive decision task. Three experiments showed that subjective correlation estimates are based on geometric properties of the displays. People with different levels of statistical training were found to assess...
Jamaican children in grades 4–5 ( = 196) were participants in a double blind randomized controlled trial on the effects of treating (whipworm) infection on cognitive abilities. The children included uninfected controls and infected children treated either with placebo or an antiparasitic...
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