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Daniel Sturman
Daniel Sturman
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What are the educational affordances of wearable technologies?
M Bower, D Sturman
Computers & Education 88, 343-353, 2015
3462015
Independent Aftereffects of Fat and Muscle: Implications for neural encoding, body space representation, and body image disturbance
D Sturman, ID Stephen, J Mond, RJ Stevenson, KR Brooks
Scientific reports 7 (1), 40392, 2017
722017
Visual attention mediates the relationship between body satisfaction and susceptibility to the body size adaptation effect
ID Stephen, D Sturman, RJ Stevenson, J Mond, KR Brooks
PloS one 13 (1), e0189855, 2018
472018
Knowledge of social distancing measures and adherence to restrictions during the COVID‐19 pandemic
D Sturman, JC Auton, J Thacker
Health Promotion Journal of Australia 32 (2), 344-351, 2021
322021
Experimental manipulation of visual attention affects body size adaptation but not body dissatisfaction
ID Stephen, K Hunter, D Sturman, J Mond, RJ Stevenson, KR Brooks
International Journal of Eating Disorders 52 (1), 79-87, 2019
262019
Cue utilization differentiates resource allocation during sustained attention simulated rail control tasks.
D Sturman, MW Wiggins, JC Auton, S Loft
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 25 (3), 317, 2019
252019
Control room operators’ cue utilization predicts cognitive resource consumption during regular operational tasks
D Sturman, MW Wiggins, JC Auton, S Loft, WS Helton, JI Westbrook, ...
Frontiers in psychology 10, 1967, 2019
252019
The role of cue utilization in the detection of phishing emails
D Sturman, C Valenzuela, O Plate, T Tanvir, JC Auton, P Bayl-Smith, ...
Applied Ergonomics 106, 103887, 2023
182023
Muscle and fat aftereffects and the role of gender: implications for body image disturbance
KR Brooks, E Keen, D Sturman, J Mond, RJ Stevenson, ID Stephen
British Journal of Psychology 111 (4), 742-761, 2020
182020
Perceived utility and feasibility of wearable technologies in higher education
M Bower, D Sturman, V Alvarez
Mobile Learning Futures–Sustaining Quality Research and Practice in Mobile …, 2016
172016
Cue utilization, phishing feature and phishing email detection
P Bayl-Smith, D Sturman, M Wiggins
International conference on financial Cryptography and data security, 56-70, 2020
152020
Drivers’ cue utilization predicts cognitive resource consumption during a simulated driving scenario
D Sturman, MW Wiggins
Human factors 63 (3), 402-414, 2021
132021
Higher cue utilization in driving supports improved driving performance and more effective visual search behaviors
NC Yuris, MW Wiggins, JC Auton, L Gaicon, D Sturman
Journal of safety research 71, 59-66, 2019
132019
Cue utilisation predicts control room operators’ performance in a sustained visual search task
D Sturman, MW Wiggins, JC Auton, WS Helton
Ergonomics 63 (1), 48-60, 2020
112020
Individual differences and compliance intentions with COVID-19 restrictions: insights from a lockdown in Melbourne (Australia)
JC Auton, D Sturman
Health Promotion International 37 (3), daac089, 2022
92022
Predictors of social distancing compliance in an Australian sample
J Thacker, D Sturman, J Auton
Health education research 36 (6), 601-614, 2021
82021
Exploring the Evidence for Email Phishing Training: A Scoping Review
N Marshall, D Sturman, JC Auton
Computers & Security, 103695, 2023
32023
Explaining emergency physicians’ capacity to recover from interruptions
EC Falkland, MW Wiggins, H Douglas, D Sturman, JC Auton, L Shieh, ...
Applied ergonomics 105, 103857, 2022
32022
Shining a light on race: Contrast and assimilation effects in the perception of skin tone and racial typicality
KR Brooks, D Sturman, OS Gwinn
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 604617, 2020
32020
Cue utilization predicts resource allocation during rail control simulations: A NIRS study
D Sturman, MW Wiggins, JC Auton, S Loft
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 62 (1 …, 2018
32018
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