Dr. Andries F. Sanders
Dr. Andries F. Sanders
Professor Em. RWTH Aachen & Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
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Towards a model of stress and human performance
AF Sanders
Acta Psychologica 53 (1), 61-97, 1983
12231983
Elements of human performance: Reaction processes and attention in human skill
AF Sanders
Lawrence Erlbaum, 1998
6131998
Stage analysis of reaction processes
AF Sanders
Tutorials in Motor Behavior, 337-356, 1980
5491980
Some aspects of the selective process in the functional visual field
AF Sanders
Ergonomics 13 (1), 101-117, 1970
3561970
Issues and trends in the debate on discrete vs. continuous processing of information
AF Sanders
Acta psychologica 74 (2-3), 123-167, 1990
3051990
Attention and Performance
AF Sanders
Acta Psychologica 27, 1967
174*1967
The foreperiod effect revisited
AF Sanders
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 27 (4), 591-598, 1975
1681975
S-Oh-R: Oh Stages! Oh Resources!
D Gopher, AF Sanders
Cognition and motor processes, 231-253, 1984
1661984
Structural and functional aspects of the reaction process
AF Sanders
Attention and performance 6, 3-25, 1977
1561977
The selective process in the functional visual field
AF Sanders
van Gorkum, Assen, 1963
1351963
Performance decrement during prolonged night driving
JBJ Riemersma, AF Sanders, C Wildervanck, AW Gaillard
R. Mackie (Ed) Vigilance, 41-58, 1976
1311976
Some remarks on mental load
AF Sanders
Mental workload, 41-77, 1979
1181979
The Learning Strategies project: Introductory remarks.
Donchin, Fabiani, Sanders
Acta Psychologica, 1989
1091989
The Eriksen flanker effect revisited
AF Sanders, JM Lamers
Acta Psychologica 109 (1), 41-56, 2002
1052002
Final report of experimental psychology group
G Johanssen, N Moray, R Pew, J Rasmussen, A Sanders, C Wickens
Mental workload, 101-114, 1979
1031979
Some effects of ACTH 4-10 on performance during a serial reaction task
AWK Gaillard, AF Sanders
Psychopharmacologia 42 (2), 201-208, 1975
921975
Keynote Address, presented to the Annual Conference at the University of Leeds, 2-6 April 1990 “Simulation as a tool in the measurement of human performance”
AF Sanders
Ergonomics 34 (8), 995-1025, 1991
851991
On the robustness of the additive factors stage structure in blocked and mixed choice reaction designs
LL Van Duren, AF Sanders
Acta Psychologica 69 (1), 83-94, 1988
841988
Some effects of instructed muscle tension on choice reaction time and movement time
AF Sanders
Attention and performance VIII 8, 59-74, 1980
801980
Experimental Psychology
AF Sanders
Handbok of Biological Psychiatry, 1980
80*1980
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