Helen Hodgetts
Helen Hodgetts
Reader in Applied Cognitive Psychology, Cardiff Metropolitan University
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Interruption of the Tower of London task: support for a goal-activation approach.
HM Hodgetts, DM Jones
Journal of experimental psychology: General 135 (1), 103, 2006
A multiperspective approach to the conceptualization of executive functions
S Packwood, HM Hodgetts, S Tremblay
Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology 33 (4), 456-470, 2011
Contextual cues aid recovery from interruption: The role of associative activation.
HM Hodgetts, DM Jones
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 32 (5), 1120, 2006
Attentional costs and failures in air traffic control notifications
JP Imbert, HM Hodgetts, R Parise, F Vachon, F Dehais, S Tremblay
Ergonomics 57 (12), 1817-1832, 2014
See no evil: Cognitive challenges of security surveillance and monitoring
HM Hodgetts, F Vachon, C Chamberland, S Tremblay
Journal of applied research in memory and cognition 6 (3), 230-243, 2017
Background sound impairs interruption recovery in dynamic task situations: Procedural conflict?
HM Hodgetts, F Vachon, S Tremblay
Applied Cognitive Psychology 28 (1), 10-21, 2014
Decision support and vulnerability to interruption in a dynamic multitasking environment
HM Hodgetts, S Tremblay, BR Vallières, F Vachon
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 79, 106-117, 2015
Interruptions in the Tower of London task: Can preparation minimise disruption?
HM Hodgetts, DM Jones
Proceedings of the human factors and ergonomics society annual meeting 47 (8 …, 2003
Momentary lapse of control: A cognitive continuum approach to understanding and mitigating perseveration in human error
F Dehais, HM Hodgetts, M Causse, J Behrend, G Durantin, S Tremblay
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 100, 252-262, 2019
Vulnerability to the irrelevant sound effect in adult ADHD
MF Pelletier, HM Hodgetts, MF Lafleur, A Vincent, S Tremblay
Journal of Attention Disorders 20 (4), 306-316, 2016
Reminders, alerts and pop-ups: The cost of computer-initiated interruptions
HM Hodgetts, DM Jones
Human-Computer Interaction. Interaction Design and Usability: 12th …, 2007
Distraction control processes in free recall: benefits and costs to performance.
JE Marsh, P Sörqvist, HM Hodgetts, CP Beaman, DM Jones
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 41 (1), 118, 2015
Mental arithmetic and non-speech office noise: An exploration of interference-by-content
N Perham, H Hodgetts, S Banbury
Noise and health 15 (62), 73, 2013
Memory as discrimination: What distraction reveals
CP Beaman, M Hanczakowski, HM Hodgetts, JE Marsh, DM Jones
Memory & cognition 41, 1238-1251, 2013
Supporting dynamic change detection: using the right tool for the task
BR Vallières, HM Hodgetts, F Vachon, S Tremblay
Cognitive research: principles and implications 1 (1), 1-20, 2016
Interrupting problem solving: Effects of interruption position and complexity
HM Hodgetts, DM Jones
Past Reflections, Future Directions: Proceedings of the 40th Australian …, 2005
Does the'silent cockpit'reduce pilot workload?
P Hoogeboom, M Joosse, H Hodgetts, S Straussberger, D Schaefer
The 23rd Digital Avionics Systems Conference (IEEE Cat. No. 04CH37576) 1, 5 …, 2004
Disruption of verbal-spatial serial memory by extraneous air-traffic speech
S Tremblay, FBR Parmentier, HM Hodgetts, RW Hughes, DM Jones
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 1 (2), 73-79, 2012
A cognitive prosthesis for complex decision-making
S Tremblay, JF Gagnon, D Lafond, HM Hodgetts, M Doiron, PP Jeuniaux
Applied ergonomics 58, 349-360, 2017
The benefits and the costs of using auditory warning messages in dynamic decision-making settings
C Chamberland, HM Hodgetts, BR Vallières, F Vachon, S Tremblay
Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making 12 (2), 112-130, 2018
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