Adam Biggs
Adam Biggs
U.S. Navy
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei
Zitiert von
Zitiert von
The ultra-rare-item effect: Visual search for exceedingly rare items is highly susceptible to error
SR Mitroff, AT Biggs
Psychological science 25 (1), 284-289, 2014
Assessing visual search performance differences between Transportation Security Administration Officers and nonprofessional visual searchers
AT Biggs, MS Cain, K Clark, EF Darling, SR Mitroff
Visual Cognition 21 (3), 330-352, 2013
Cognitive training can reduce civilian casualties in a simulated shooting environment
AT Biggs, MS Cain, SR Mitroff
Psychological science 26 (8), 1164-1176, 2015
Improving the efficacy of security screening tasks: A review of visual search challenges and ways to mitigate their adverse effects
AT Biggs, SR Mitroff
Applied Cognitive Psychology 29 (1), 142-148, 2015
Cognitive training for military application: a review of the literature and practical guide
KJ Blacker, J Hamilton, G Roush, KA Pettijohn, AT Biggs
Journal of cognitive enhancement 3, 30-51, 2019
Examining perceptual and conceptual set biases in multiple-target visual search
AT Biggs, SH Adamo, EW Dowd, SR Mitroff
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 77, 844-855, 2015
Different predictors of multiple-target search accuracy between nonprofessional and professional visual searchers
AT Biggs, SR Mitroff
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 67 (7), 1335-1348, 2014
What can 1 billion trials tell us about visual search?
SR Mitroff, AT Biggs, SH Adamo, EW Dowd, J Winkle, K Clark
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 41 (1), 1, 2015
Semantic and affective salience: The role of meaning and preference in attentional capture and disengagement.
AT Biggs, RD Kreager, BS Gibson, M Villano, CR Crowell
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 38 (2), 531, 2012
Rare, but obviously there: Effects of target frequency and salience on visual search accuracy
AT Biggs, SH Adamo, SR Mitroff
Acta psychologica 152, 158-165, 2014
Using cognitive psychology research to inform professional visual search operations
AT Biggs, MR Kramer, SR Mitroff
Journal of applied research in memory and Cognition 7 (2), 189-198, 2018
Armed and attentive: Holding a weapon can bias attentional priorities in scene viewing
AT Biggs, JR Brockmole, JK Witt
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 75, 1715-1724, 2013
Competition between color salience and perceptual load during visual selection can be biased by top-down set
AT Biggs, BS Gibson
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 72, 53-64, 2010
Can cognitive training improve shoot/don’t-shoot performance? Evidence from live fire exercises
JA Hamilton, G Lambert, J Suss, AT Biggs
The American Journal of Psychology 132 (2), 179-194, 2019
A little bit of history repeating: Splitting up multiple-target visual searches decreases second-target miss errors.
MS Cain, AT Biggs, EF Darling, SR Mitroff
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 20 (2), 112, 2014
Who should be searching? Differences in personality can affect visual search accuracy
AT Biggs, K Clark, SR Mitroff
Personality and Individual Differences 116, 353-358, 2017
Virtual and augmented reality in a simulated naval engagement: Preliminary comparisons of simulator sickness and human performance
KA Pettijohn, C Peltier, JR Lukos, JN Norris, AT Biggs
Applied ergonomics 89, 103200, 2020
Measuring lethal force performance in the lab: The effects of simulator realism and participant experience
KJ Blacker, KA Pettijohn, G Roush, AT Biggs
Human factors 63 (7), 1141-1155, 2021
Revisiting the initial COVID-19 pandemic projections
AT Biggs, LF Littlejohn
The Lancet Microbe 2 (3), e91-e92, 2021
Multiple-target visual search errors: overview and implications for airport security
SR Mitroff, AT Biggs, MS Cain
Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences 2 (1), 121-128, 2015
Das System kann den Vorgang jetzt nicht ausführen. Versuchen Sie es später erneut.
Artikel 1–20