Maryam Zahabi
Maryam Zahabi
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Usability and safety in electronic medical records interface design: a review of recent literature and guideline formulation
M Zahabi, DB Kaber, M Swangnetr
Human factors 57 (5), 805-834, 2015
Adaptive virtual reality-based training: a systematic literature review and framework
M Zahabi, AM Abdul Razak
Virtual Reality 24 (4), 725-752, 2020
The effect of driver cognitive abilities and distractions on situation awareness and performance under hazard conditions
D Kaber, S Jin, M Zahabi, C Pankok Jr
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 42, 177-194, 2016
Usability comparison of conventional direct control versus pattern recognition control of transradial prostheses
MM White, W Zhang, AT Winslow, M Zahabi, F Zhang, H Huang, ...
IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems 47 (6), 1146-1157, 2017
Effect of police mobile computer terminal interface design on officer driving distraction
M Zahabi, D Kaber
Applied ergonomics 67, 26-38, 2018
Driver performance and attention allocation in use of logo signs on freeway exit ramps
M Zahabi, P Machado, MY Lau, Y Deng, C Pankok Jr, J Hummer, ...
Applied ergonomics 65, 70-80, 2017
Evaluating advanced driver-assistance system trainings using driver performance, attention allocation, and neural efficiency measures
M Zahabi, AMA Razak, AE Shortz, RK Mehta, M Manser
Applied ergonomics 84, 103036, 2020
Application of cognitive task performance modeling for assessing usability of transradial prostheses
M Zahabi, MM White, W Zhang, AT Winslow, F Zhang, H Huang, ...
IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems 49 (4), 381-387, 2019
The role of driver age in performance and attention allocation effects of roadway sign count, format and familiarity
M Zahabi, P Machado, C Pankok Jr, MY Lau, YF Liao, J Hummer, ...
Applied ergonomics 63, 17-30, 2017
Identification of task demands and usability issues in police use of mobile computing terminals
M Zahabi, D Kaber
Applied ergonomics 66, 161-171, 2018
Cognitive workload in conventional direct control vs. pattern recognition control of an upper-limb prosthesis
W Zhang, M White, M Zahabi, AT Winslow, F Zhang, H Huang, D Kaber
2016 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC …, 2016
The effects of interruption similarity and complexity on performance in a simulated visual-manual assembly operation
C Pankok Jr, M Zahabi, W Zhang, I Choi, YF Liao, CS Nam, D Kaber
Applied ergonomics 59, 94-103, 2017
Effects of feedback type and modality on motor skill learning and retention
B Zhu, D Kaber, M Zahabi, W Ma
Behaviour & Information Technology 39 (4), 431-442, 2020
Effects of mobile computer terminal configuration and level of driving control on police officers’ performance and workload
T Shupsky, A Lyman, J He, M Zahabi
Human factors 63 (6), 1106-1120, 2021
Effect of advanced driver-assistance system trainings on driver workload, knowledge, and trust
M Zahabi, AMA Razak, RK Mehta, M Manser
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 76, 309-320, 2021
Human factors in police mobile computer terminals: A systematic review and survey of recent literature, guideline formulation, and future research directions
M Zahabi, C Pankok Jr, J Park
Applied ergonomics 84, 103041, 2020
Effect of secondary tasks on police officer cognitive workload and performance under normal and pursuit driving situations
M Zahabi, V Nasr, A Mohammed Abdul Razak, B Patranella, L McCanless, ...
Human factors 65 (5), 809-822, 2023
Cognitive workload assessment of prosthetic devices: A review of literature and meta-analysis
J Park, M Zahabi
IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems 52 (2), 181-195, 2022
Effects of levels of automation and non-driving related tasks on driver performance and workload: A review of literature and meta-analysis
F Shahini, M Zahabi
Applied ergonomics 104, 103824, 2022
Physical and cognitive demands associated with police in-vehicle technology use: an on-road case study
M Zahabi, F Shahini, W Yin, X Zhang
Ergonomics 65 (1), 91-104, 2022
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