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Michael McNeese

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Michael McNeese
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Contact:
316 Information Sciences and Technology Building
University Park, PA 16802
(814) 865-8713
Education:
  • Ph.D., Interdisciplinary Cognitive Science, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN

  • M.A., Experimental-Cognitive Psychology, University of Dayton, Dayton, OH

  • B.A., Psychology (magna cum laude), University of Dayton, Dayton, OH

  • A.A.S., Design Technology (honors), Sinclair College, Dayton, OH

Biography:

I am the Director of the MINDS (Multiple Initiatives in Naturalistic Decision Systems) Group at the College of IST.  The acronym MINDS is actually literally transparent for what I do – I study minds, minds in action, minds at work, minds at the interface, minds with aids, and minds helping minds.  What interests me about the mind is that it contains thoughts and perceptions that are dynamically generated, contain extensible and distributed information, and propagate, expand, recede, and fade – all in one full swoop. Therein, my primary research areas are (1) cognition – the basic activities which underlie human thought (2) cognitive ecologies (how it works it way in and out of us and is distributed across people, contexts, and objects) (3) cognition augmented through information / communication technologies. While these areas have been translated in different ways over the last 40 years, they are fundamental to my research plans, publications, and passion.   In situ cognition may be seen or explored through through differing perspectives that explain how it develops, emerges, and multiplies beyond our own limited means – often with the help of human-centered design.  My research is very interdisciplinary, transformative, and broadly conceived when it comes to thought, thought working its way in and out (distributed cognition), thought being extended over multiple individuals (team cognition), thought enhanced by augmentation (interfaces, tools, agents, services). Given my quest for MINDS – my research bandwidth includes, Socio-Cognitive Sciences (basic) - and Cognitive Systems Engineering (applied).  As mentioned my theoretical/experimental work pervades topics related to system dynamics in distributed team cognition while the cognitive systems work appeals to more applied interests (in particular a panache for developing and designing cognitive interfaces, tools, agents, models, and simulation for the purpose of demonstrating how minds work together with enhancements and aids). These areas - while distinct - may foment crossroads and create unique mergers involving both discovery and expedition.   Research can be distilled into more bite size chunks wherein the early, basic science work investigated patterns underlying recurrent cognitive process, in particular hemispheric asymmetry integration involving perceptual recognition of faces. We process faces all the time using certain brain structures and strategies that is akin to searching for invariance in patterns.  Because patterns and signals are cogent within areas and subject to hemispheric differences, and because cerebral dominance is prevalent, interesting patterns for integration emerge through learning.  We have looked at different models to represent this and performed experiments along these lines.  This is more attuned to cognitive neuroscience, neuropsychological research with the intent to understand cerebral dominance, spatial frequency, and shifts in learning cognitive strategies. Moving to more current musings of basic cognitive science, I have explored the ways cognition manifests itself in and across teams who are performing within complex domains (crisis management, cyber security, piloting). The basic research questions that I investigate are how teams acquire, share, transfer, interpret, memorize, retrieve, and cooperatively learn and integrate knowledge in ways that facilitate adaptive, resilient behavior. My current scientific work in distributed team cognition focuses on how teams acquire perceptual experience, develop mental models that utilize perceptual and semantic constructs, establish emergent situation awareness, share information (especially hidden knowledge), and work together within an ecological and social milieu. Current applied work is centered on the development of intelligent group interfaces, human-agent collaboration, and how distributed work is understood through human-computer interaction, in complex environments.  As one might expect this broad bandwidth of research is predicated on a cohesive set of multiple methodologies.  In fact, I have pioneered work in the area of the Living Laboratory Framework to facilitate an interdisciplinary nexus of methods, utilizing a problem-based learning approach (that includes the integrative use of ethnography, knowledge elicitation, scaled world simulation, and reconfigurable design prototypes) while maintaining the interdependent relationship between theory – modeling – practice.  

My varied accomplishments are the result of educational preparations and professional experiences in various positions I have had over the last 45 years.

Academic Administrative Positions:
  • 2012 - 2014

    Senior Associate Dean
    College of Information Sciences and Technology
    The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA

  • 2010 - 2012
    Associate Dean for Research, Graduate Studies, and Academic Affairs
    College of Information Sciences and Technology
    The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA

  • 2007 - 2010
    Professor in Charge (Department Head)
    College of Information Sciences and Technology
    The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA

Academic Positions:
  • 2007 - current

    Professor and Director of the MINDS Group
    College of Information Sciences and Technology
    The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA

  • 2000 - 2007
    Associate Professor           
    College of Information Sciences and Technology
    The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA

  • 2001 - current
    Affiliated Professor of Psychology
    College of Liberal Arts
    The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA

    Affiliated Professor of Learning, Technology, and Design
    College of Education
    The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA

  • 1998 - 1999
    Visiting Professor of Industrial - Systems Engineering
    The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

 

  • 1994 - 2000
    Graduate Adjunct Faculty - Assistant Professor
    Department of Psychology
    Wright State University, Dayton, OH

Professional Work Appointments:
  • 1998 - 2000
    Senior Scientist and Director of the Collaborative Systems Technology Laboratory
    Air Force Research Laboratory, Crew System Interface Division, Information Analysis and Exploitation Branch
    Wright-Patterson AFB OH
  • 1988 - 1998
    Engineering Research Psychologist
    Armstrong Laboratory, Crew Systems Directorate, Human Engineering Division, Crew Station Integration / Design Technology Branches
    Wright-Patterson AFB OH

  • 1987 - 1989
    Research Associate
    The Cognition and Technology Group, Learning Technology Center
    Vanderbilt University
    Nashville, TN

  • 1984 - 1988
    Engineering Research Psychologist
    Harry G. Armstrong Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory, Human Engineering Division, Technology Development Branch
    Wright-Patterson AFB OH

  • 1981 - 1984
    Human Factors Engineer
    Aeronautical Systems Division, Human Factors Branch
    Wright-Patterson AFB OH

  • 1977 - 1981
    Senior Engineering Designer
    Avco Corporation & Technology, Inc.
    Wright-Patterson AFB OH

This is my 45th year of "paid" work in research, design, engineering, and education venues. My research scholarship is in the areas of cognitive science, cognitive systems engineering, distributed-team cognition, artificial intelligence / agents, naturalistic decision making, situation awareness, human factors engineering, and experimental psychology. My experience has enabled many skills including theory construction, cognitive task analysis, information analytics, scenario development, cognitive modeling and simulation design, statistical analysis and experimental design, and the running of many experiments.  I also have skills in engineering design, drafting, and analysis of systems.  I have conducted research in domains including aviation-piloting, command, control, communications, and intelligence, emergency crisis management, intelligent analyst work, image analyst work, cyber security, and air force avionics testing. I am most proud of my 15 Ph.D. and M.S. graduates, all of whom have great jobs.  My careers have enabled me to work in some intriguing job roles from machine builder to designer to math tutor to human factors engineer to engineering psychologist to professor to associate dean.   As they say variety is the spice of life.  I am pleased to be called an interdisciplinary scientist who looks to discern the positive impact information can impart on people, technology, and society.  I continue looking for the search for invariance.

Publications:

Mohammed, S., Hamilton, K., Tesler, R., Mancuso, V., & McNeese, M. D. (2015). Time for temporal team mental models: Expanding beyond "what" and "how" to incorporate "when". European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology. Special Issue: Dynamics of Team Adaptation and Team Cognition, 24

Tyworth, M., Giacobe, N., Mancuso, V., McNeese, M.,& Hall, D. (2013). A human-in-the-loop approach to understanding situation awareness in cyber defense analysis. EAI Endorsed Transactions on Security and Safety, 13(2), 1-10.

Mancuso, V. F., Hamilton, K. Tesler, R., Mohammed, S., & McNeese, M. (2013). An experimental evaluation of the effectiveness of endogenous and exogenous fantasy in computer-based simulation training.International Journal of Gaming and Computer-Mediated Simulations, 5(1), 50-65.

Cooke, N. and M. McNeese (2013). Preface to special issue on the cognitive science of cyber defense analysis. EAI endorsed Transactions on Security and Safety, 13(2).

Fan, X., McNeese, M., & Yen, J. (2010). NDM-Based cognitive agents for supporting decision making teams. Human-Computer Interaction, 25(3), 195-234.

Pfaff, M. S., & McNeese, M. D. (2010). Effects of mood and stress on team cognition in a simulated task environment. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomic Science, 11(4), 321-339.

Reddy, M. C., Paul, S. A., Abraham, J., McNeese, M., DeFlitch, C., & Yen, J. (2009). Challenges to effective crisis management: Using information and technologies to  coordinate emergency medical services and emergency department teams. International Journal of Medical Informatics, 78, 259-269. 

Fan, X., McNeese, M., Sun, B., Hanratty, T., Allender, L.,  & Yen, J. (2009). Human-agent collaboration for time stressed multi-context decision making. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (A), 90, 1-14.

Hoffman, R. R., & McNeese, M. D. (2009). A history for macrocognition.  Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making, 3(2), 97-110. Perusich, K. A., & McNeese, M. D. (2006).  Using fuzzy cognitive maps for knowledge management in a conflict environment. IEEE Systems, Man and Cybernetics, 36(6)810-821.

Jansen, B. J., & McNeese, M. D. (2005). Evaluating the effectiveness of and patterns of interactions with automated searching assistance. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 56(1), 1460-1503.   

McNeese, M. D. (2004).  How video informs cognitive systems engineering: Making experience count. International Journal of Cognition, Technology, and Work, 6(3), 186-196.

McNeese, M. D. (2003).  Re: Response: Is affective computing an oxymoron?   International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 59 (1), 77-80.

McNeese, M. D. (2003).  New visions of human-computer interaction: Making affect compute.

International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 59 (1), 33-53.

Hudlicka, E. and McNeese, M. D. (2002).  User affective & belief states:  Assessment and user interface adaptation.  Journal of User Modeling and User Adapted Interaction, 12, 1-47. 

McNeese, M. D. (2000). Socio-cognitive factors in the acquisition and transfer of knowledge.  International Journal of Cognition, Technology, and Work, 2, 164-177. 

McNeese, M. D., Bautsch, H. S., Narayanan S. (1999).  A framework for cognitive field research.  International Journal of Cognitive Ergonomics, 3 (4), 307-332. 

McNeese, M. D. (1998).  User-centered cooperative systems:  An introduction to the special issue.  Journal for the American Society of Information Science, 49 (9), 773-775. 

Nosek, J., & McNeese, M. D. (1997).  Augmenting group sensemaking in ill-defined, emerging situations .  Information Technology and People, 10 (3), 241-252.

McNeese, M. D., Zaff, B. S., Citera, M., Brown, C. E., & Whitaker, R. (1995).  AKADAM:  Eliciting user knowledge to support participatory ergonomics.  The International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics, 15 (5), 345-363. 

Citera, M., McNeese, M. D., Brown, C. E., Selvaraj, J. S., Zaff, B. S., & Whitaker, R. (1995).  Fitting information systems to collaborating design teams.  Journal of the American Society of Information Science, 46 (7), 551-559. 

Sanderson, P. M., McNeese, M. D., & Zaff, B. S. (1994).  Handling complex real world problems with two cognitive engineering tools:  COGENT and MacSHAPA.  Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers, 17 (2), 117-124.

Zaff, B. S., McNeese, M. D., & Snyder, D. E. (1993).  Capturing multiple perspectives:  A user-centered approach to knowledge acquisition.  Knowledge Acquisition, 5 (1), 79-116. 

Wellens, A. R., Brown, C. E., & McNeese, M. D. (1992).  Assessing electronic team technologies using computer-based dynamic decision making tasks.  Organizational Design and Management Bulletin, 11 (3), 9-11. 

Fraser, N. M., Hipel, K. W., Kilgore, D. M., McNeese, M. D., & Snyder, D. E., authors listed in alphabetical order, (1989).  An architecture for integrating expert systems.  Decision Support Systems, 5, 263-276.

McNeese, M. D., & Katz, L. (1987).  Legibility evaluation of a large screen display system under medium ambient illumination.  Journal Proceedings of The Society For Information Display, 28 (1), 59-65. 

McNeese, M. D. (1986).  Humane intelligence:  A human factors perspective for developing intelligent cockpits.  IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems, 1 (9), 6-12.

McNeese, M. D., & Hall, D. L. (Eds.) (in preparation-accepted). Cognitive systems engineering: An integrative living laboratory framework.  Approved.  Taylor & Francis, A CRC Publishing Group. 

McNeese, M. D., Salas, E., & Endsley, M. (Eds.).  (2001).  New trends in cooperative activities:  System dynamics in complex environments.  Santa Monica, CA:  Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Press. 

McNeese, M. D. & Vidulich, M. (Eds.). (2002). Cognitive systems engineering in military aviation environments:  Avoiding cogminutia fragmentosa.  Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH:  Human Systems Information Analysis Center (HSIAC) Press. 

McNeese, M. D., & Hall, D. L. (submitted and accepted, August 2015).  The cognitive sciences of cyber security: A framework for advancing socio-cyber systems.  In P. Liu, S. Jajodia, & C. Wang,  (Eds.) Recent advances in cyber situation awareness. New York: Springer.

Ballora, M., Giacobe, N. A., McNeese, M. D., & Hall, D. L. (2012). Information data fusion and computer network defense. In C. Onwubiko & T. Owens (Eds.), Situational Awareness in Computer Network Defense:  Principles, Methods, and Applications. New York: IGI Global.

McNeese, M. D., & Pfaff , M. (2012). Looking at macrocognition through an interdisciplinary, emergent research nexus. In E. Salas, S. Fiore, & M. Letsky (Eds.), Theories of Team Cognition: Cross Disciplinary Perspectives (pp. 345-371). New York: Taylor and Francis Group, LLC.

McNeese, M. D., & Ayoub, P. J. (2011). Concept mapping in the design and analysis of cognitive systems: A historical review.  In B. M. Moon, R. R. Hoffman, J. D. Novak, & A.J. Cañas (Eds.), Applied Concept Mapping: Capturing, Analyzing and Organizing Knowledge (pp. 47-66).

Yen, J., McNeese, M. D., Mullin, T., Hall, D., Fan, X., & Liu, P. (2009). RPM-based hypothesis reasoning for cyber situation awareness.  In S. Jajodia, P. Liu, V. Swarup, & C. Wang, (Eds.), Cyber Situational Awareness (pp. 39-49). Series: Advances in Information Security, Vol. 46. New York: Springer.

Yen, J., Strater, L., McNeese, M. D., Fan, F., Cuevas, H., Oh, S., Kim, H., Minotra, D., & Hanratty, T. (2009).  Cognitively-inspired agents as teammates and decision aids. in advanced decision architectures for the warfighter: foundations and technology (pp. 219-236). In P. McDermott & L. Allender (Eds.), Advanced decision making architectures for the warfighter: foundations and technology, Partners of the Army Research Laboratory Advanced Decision Architectures Collaborative Technology Alliance, Final Report for DAAD19-01-2-0009.

McNeese, M. D., Brewer, I., Jones, R. E. T., & Connors, E. S. (2006). Supporting knowledge management in emergency crisis management: Envisioned designs for collaborative work.  In J. Yen, & R. L. Popp (Eds.), Emergent information technologies and enabling policies for counter-terrorism (pp. 255-280).  IEEE Press. Hoboken NJ: Wiley and Sons.

Hudlicka, E., & McNeese, M. D. (2002).  Beyond cognitive engineering:  Assessing user affect and belief states to implement adaptive pilot-vehicle interaction.  In M. D. McNeese & M. A. Vidulich (Eds.), Cognitive systems engineering in military aviation environments:  Avoiding Cogminutia Fragmentosa  (pp. 301-351).  Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH:  CSERIAC Press

McNeese, M. D. (2002).  Discovering how cognitive systems should be engineered for aviation domains:  A developmental look at work, research, and practice.  In M. D. McNeese & M. Vidulich (Eds.), Cognitive systems engineering in military aviation environments:  Avoiding Cogminutia Fragmentosa (pp. 77-116).  Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH:  HSIAC Press. 

McNeese, M. D. (2001).  New trends in cooperative activities:  An introduction.  In M. D. McNeese, E. Salas, & M. Endsley (Eds.).  New trends in cooperative activities:  System dynamics in complex environments (pp. 1-8)Santa Monica, CA:  Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Press. 

McNeese, M. D., & Rentsch, J. (2001).  Social and cognitive considerations of teamwork.  In M. D. McNeese, E. Salas, & M. Endsley (Eds.).  New trends in cooperative activities:  System dynamics in complex environments (pp. 96-113)Santa Monica, CA:  Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Press. 

McNeese, M. D. (1999).  Making sense of teamwork:  The use of protocol analysis/performance measures to reveal cooperative work processes in a situated learning environment.  In H. J. Bullinger & J. Ziegler (Eds.), Human computer interaction:  Communication, cooperation, and applications design.  (pp. 502 -506).  Mahwah, NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum. 

Wellens, A. R., & McNeese, M. D. (1999).  The social psychology of intelligent machines:  A research agenda revisited.  In H. J. Bullinger & J. Ziegler (Eds.), Human computer interaction:  Ergonomics and user interfaces.  (pp. 696-700).  Mahwah, NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum. 

Asiu, B., & McNeese, M. D. (1997).  The role of case-based reasoning in instructive design:  Theory and practice.  In M. Smith, G. Salvendy, & R. Koubek (Eds.), Design of Computing Systems:  Social and Ergonomic Considerations.  (pp. 153-156).  Amsterdam, The Netherlands:  Elsevier Science Publ. B.V. 

Perusich, K., & McNeese, M. D. (1997).  Using fuzzy cognitive maps to define the search space in problem solving.  In G. Salvendy, M. Smith, & R. Koubek (Eds.), Design of Computing Systems:  Cognitive Considerations.  (pp. 805-809).  Amsterdam, The Netherlands:  Elsevier Science Publ. B.V.

McNeese, M. D. (1996).  An ecological perspective applied to multi-operator systems.  In O. Brown & H. L. Hendrick, (Eds.) Human Factors in Organizational Design and Management - VI. (pp. 365-370).  The Netherlands:  Elsevier. 

Young, M. F., & McNeese, M. D. (1995).  A situated cognition approach to problem solving.  In P. Hancock, J. Flach, J. Caird, & K. Vincente (Eds.), Local applications of the ecological approach to human-machine systems (pp. 359-391).  Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum. 

Young, M. F., & McNeese, M. D. (1993).  A situated cognition approach to problem solving with implications for computer-based learning and assessment.  In G. Salvendy & M. Smith (Eds.), Human -computer interaction:  Software and hardware interfaces, Vol.  II (pp.  825-830).  Amsterdam, The Netherlands:  Elsevier Science Publ.  B.V.

Wellens, A. R., Brown, C. E., & McNeese, M. D. (1991).  Assessing electronic team technologies using computer-based dynamic decision making tasks.  In Y. Queinnec and F. Daniellou (Eds.), Designing for everyone (pp. 667-669).  New York:  Taylor & Francis. 

Endsley, T.C., Reep, J., McNeese, M.D., & Forster, P.K., (2015). Conducting cross national research: Lessons learned for the human factors practitioner. Proceedings of the 59hAnnual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (59(1). Los Angeles, California, October 26–30, 2015.

Minotra, D., Dikmen, M., Burns, C. M., & McNeese, M. D. (2015).  Guidelines and caveats for manipulating expectancies in experiments involving human participants. Proceedings of the 59hAnnual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (59(1). Los Angeles, California, October 26–30, 2015.

Endsley, T., Reep, J., McNeese, M. D., Forster, P. (2015).  Crisis management simulations: Lessons learned from a cross-cultural perspective.  Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE 2015) and the Affiliated Conferences. Las Vegas, NV. Applied Human Factors & Ergonomics, July 26-30, 2015. 

McNeese, M. D., Mancuso, V., McNeese, N. J., & Glantz, E. (2015). What went wrong, what can go right: A prospectus on human factors practice.  Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE 2015) and the Affiliated Conferences. Las Vegas, NV. Applied Human Factors & Ergonomics, July 26-30, 2015. 

McNeese, M., Mancuso, V., McNeese, N., Endsley, T., & Forster, P. (2014). An integrative simulation to study team cognition in emergency crisis management. Proceedings of the 58thAnnual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (58(1), 285-289).

McNeese, M. D., Mancuso, V., McNeese, N. J., Endsley, T., & Forster, P. (2014). An integrative simulation to study team cognition in emergency crisis management. Proceedings of the 58th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. (58(1), 285-289). Chicago, IL.

Rimland, J., McNeese, M. D., & Hall, D. L. (2013). Conserving analyst attention units: use of multi-agent software and CEP methods to assist information analysis. Proceedings of the SPIE DSS Conference. Baltimore, MD.

Giacobe, N. A., McNeese, M. D., Mancuso, V. F., & Minotra, D. (2013). Capturing human cognition in cyber-security simulations with nets.  Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Intelligence and Security Informatics, Seattle, WA (284-288). 4-7 June, 2013.

McNeese, M., Mancuso, V., McNeese, N., Endsley, T., & Forster, P. (2013). Using the living laboratory framework as a basis for understanding next generation analyst work. Proceedings of the SPIE DSS Conference. Baltimore, MD.

Mancuso, V., Minotra, D., Giacobe, N., McNeese, D. & Tyworth, M. (2012). IdsNETS: An experimental platform to study situation awareness for intrusion detection analysts. Proceedings of the 2nd IEEE Conference on Cognitive Methods in Situation Awareness and Decision Support, New Orleans, LA.

Mancuso, V., Hamilton, K., McMillan, E., Tesler, R., Mohammed, S., & McNeese, M. (2011). What’s on “their” mind: Evaluating collaborative systems using team mental models. Proceedings of the 55th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (1284-1288). Las Vegas, Nevada: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

McNeese, M. D., Cooke, N. J., & Champion, M. (2011). Situating cyber-situational awareness. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Naturalistic Decision Making (NDM 2011), 31May-3June, Orlando FL.

Mancuso, V., Parr, A., McMillan, E., Tesler, R., McNeese, M., Hamilton, K., & Mohammed, S. (2011). Once upon a time: Behavioral, affective and cognitive effects of metaphorical storytelling as a training intervention. Proceedings of the 55th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (2113-2117). Las Vegas, Nevada: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

Pfaff, M. S., Allender, L., Gray, W. D., McNeese, M. D., Mendonca, D. J., & Wright, M. C.

(2010). Multidisciplinary perspectives on simulations and games in human factors research.

Proceedings of the 54th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 294-298.

Kim, H. W., Oh, S., Minotra, D., McNeese, M., Yen, J., & Hanratty, T. (2010). Enhancing situation awareness with visual aids on cognitively-inspired agent systems. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics. Miami, FL.

Minotra, D., Oh, S., Kim, H.W., McNeese, M., Yen, J., Hanratty, T., Strater, L, Cuevas, H., & Columbo, D. (2010). Establishing trust in decision aiding: The role of a visualization of agent decision space in operator engagement with reduced cognitive load. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics. Miami, FL.

Hellar, D.B., & McNeese, M. (2010). NeoCITIES: A simulated command and control task environment for experimental research. Proceedings of the 54th Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (pp. 1027-1031). San Francisco, CA.

Hamilton, K., Mancuso, V., Minotra, D., Hoult, R., Mohammed, S., Parr, A., Dubey, G., MacMillan, E., & McNeese, M. (2010). Using the NeoCITIES 3.1 simulation to study and measure team cognition. Proceedings of the 54th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (pp. 433-437). San Francisco, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

Yen, J., Strater, L., McNeese, M., Fan, X., Cuevas, H., Oh, S., Kim, H-W, Minotra, D, & Hanratty, T. (2009). Cognitively-inspired agents as teammates and decision aids. In Proceedings of the Advanced Decision Architectures for the Warfighter: Foundations and Technology, Patricia McDermott and Laurel Allender (Eds.), p. 219-236.

Strater, L. D., Yen, J., McNeese, M. D., Cuevas, H. M., & Hanratty, T. (2009). Improved SA of automatic functioning promotes appropriate automation usage. Proceedings of the 17th World Congress on Ergonomics, Beijing, China.

Hanratty, T., Hammell II, R., Yen, J. McNeese, M., Oh, S., Kim, H. Minotra, D., Strater, L., Cuevas, H.  & Colombo, D. (2009). Knowledge visualization to enhance human-agent situation awareness within a computational recognition-primed decision system. IEEE Workshop on Situation Management at MILCOM 2009.

Hall, D.L., McNeese, M.D., Hellar, D.B., Panulla, B.J., & Shumaker, W.
 (2009). A cyber infrastructure for evaluating the performance of human centered fusion
. In Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Information Fusion (pp. 1257-1264), Seattle, Washington. 

Hall, D., Hellar, B., & McNeese, M. D., (2009). The extreme events laboratory: A cyber infrastructure for performing experiments to quantify the effectiveness of human-centered information fusion. In Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Information Fusion (pp. 1257-1264), Seattle, Washington. 

Balakrishnan, B., Pfaff, M. S., McNeese, M. D., & Adibhatla, V. (2009). NeoCities geo-tools: Assessing impact of perceptual anchoring and spatially annotated chat on geocollaboration. In Proceedings of the 53nd Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Santa Montica, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

Adibhatla, V., Shapiro, A., McNeese, M. D. & Balakrishnan, B. (2009). Design and development of a transactive memory system prototype for geocollaborative crisis management. In Proceedings of the 53nd Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Santa Montica, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

McNeese, N. J., Pfaff, M. S., Santoro, G. M., & McNeese, M. D. (2008). Team performance in real and virtual worlds: The perceived value of second life.  In Proceedings of the 52nd Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Santa Montica, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

Hall, D., McNeese, M., Llinas, J.,  & Mullen, T. (2008).  A framework for dynamic hard/soft fusion.  In  the Proceedings  of  the  International  Conference  on  Information Fusion, Cologne, Germany.

Fan, F., Oh, S., McNeese, M., Yen, J., Cuevas, H., Strater, L., & Endsley, M. (2008). The influence of agent reliability on trust in human-agent collaboration. Proceedings of the European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics (ECCE'08),  Madeira, Portugal.

Hall, D. L., Hellar, B. D., McNeese, M. D., & Llinas, J. (2007). Assessing the JDL model: A survey and analysis of decision and cognitive process models and comparison with the JDL model. Proceedings of the National Symposium on Sensor Data Fusion.

Hall, D, Hellar, B., & M. McNeese (2007). Rethinking the data overload problem: Closing the gap  between  situation  assessment  and  decision  making.  In the Proceedings of the National Symposium on Sensor Data Fusion.

Ayoub, P. J., Petrick, I. J. & McNeese, M. D. (2007). Weather systems: A new metaphor for intelligence analysis. In Proceedings of the 51nd Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (313-317), Santa Montica, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

Perusich, K. A., & McNeese, M. D. (2006). Assessment of mental models in cognitive disability: Use of fuzzy cognitive mapping techniques. Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Development and Learning, May 31, 2006, Bloomington, IN.

McNeese, M. D., Pfaff, M., Connors, E. S., Obieta, J., Terrell, I., & Friedenberg, M. (2006).  Multiple vantage points of the common operational picture: Supporting complex teamwork. Proceedings of the 50th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (pp. 467-471), San Franscico CA.

McNeese M. D. (2006). The interdisciplinary perspective of humane intelligence: A revisitation, twenty years hence. Proceedings of the 50th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (762-766), San Franscico CA.

MacEachren, A. M., Cai, G., McNeese, M., Sharma, R., & Fuhrmann, S. (2006). Geocollaborative crisis management: Designing technologies to meet real-world needs.  Proceedings of the 7th Annual National Conference on Digital Government Research: Integrating Information Technology and Social Science Research for Effective Government, San Diego, CA, May 21-24, 2006.

Jones, A. C.,  & McNeese, M. D. (2006). Cognitive fieldwork in emergency medical services: Developing the I-T-P abstraction hierarchy.  Proceedings of the 50th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (501-505), San Franscico CA.

Hall, D. L., McNeese, M., Yen, J., & Seif El-Nasr, M. (2006). A three pronged approach for v data understanding: 3-d visualization, use of gaming techniques, and intelligent advisory Agents. In Meeting Proceedings of Visualising Network Information (pp. 8-1 – 8-12). RTO-MP-IST-063, Paper 8. Neuilly-sur-Seine, France: RTO. Available from: http://www.rto.nato.int/abstracts.asp.

Hall, D. L., Hellar, B. , McNeese, M.,  & Llinas, J.  (2006). Assessing the JDL model: a survey and analysis of decision and cognitive process models and comparison with the JDL model. Proceedings of the National Symposium on Sensor Data Fusion.

Fan, X., Sun, B., Sun, S., McNeese, M. D., & Yen, J. (2006).  RPD-enabled agents teaming with human for multi-context decision making.  Proceedings of the Fifth International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiple Agent Systems (AAMAS), May 8, Hakodate, JAPAN.

Terrell, I. S., McNeese, M. D., Huang, H., Fuhrmann, S., & MacEachren, A. (2005). The use of mobile technologies by west nile virus field workers. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, Las Vegas, NV.

Perusich, K. A., & McNeese, M. D. (2005). Using fuzzy cognitive maps as an intelligent analyst. Proceedings of the 2005 IEEE International Conference on Computational / Intelligence for Homeland Security and Personal Safety (pp. 9-15), Orlando, FL. .

McNeese, M. D., Bains, P., Brewer, I., Brown, C. E., Connors, E. S., Jefferson, T., Jones, R. E., & Terrell, I. S. (2005). The NeoCITIES Simulation: Understanding the design and methodology used in a team emergency management simulation. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 49th Annual Meeting (pp. 591-594), Santa Monica, CA.

McNeese, M. D., Connors, E. S., Jones, R. E. T., Terrell, I. S., Jefferson, T. Jr., Brewer, I., & Bains, P. (2005). Encountering computer-supported cooperative work via the living lab: Application to emergency crisis management. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, Las Vegas, NV.

MacEachren, A. M., Fuhrmann, S., McNeese, M. D., Cai, G., & Sharma, R. (2005). Project highlight: Geocollaborative crisis management.  Proceedings of the 6th Annual National Conference on Digital Government Research: Emerging Trends, Atlanta, GA, 2005.

Jones, A., & McNeese, M. D. (2005). The information-technology-people abstraction hierarchy: A modeling tool for situation-scaling information systems. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, Las Vegas, NV.

Jones, R. E. T., Jefferson, Jr., T., Connors, E. S., McNeese, M. D., & Obieta, J. F. (2005). Exploring fuzzy cognitive maps for use in a crisis-management simulation. Proceedings of the Conference on Behavior Representation in Modeling and Simulation (BRIMS).

Hall, D. L., McNeese, M., Rotthoff, E., Shaw, T., & Wang, J. (2005) Improving the fusion process using semantic level whole brain analysis. Proceedings of the MSS National Symposium on Sensor and Data Fusion, Naval Post Graduate School, Monterey, CA, May 16-20, 2005.

Fan, X., Sun, S., Sun, B., Airy, G., McNeese, M. D.,  Yen, J., Hanratty, T. & Dumer. J. (2005). Collaborative rpd-enabled agents assisting the three-block challenge in C2CUT. Proceedings of the Conference on Behavior Representation in Modeling and Simulation (BRIMS). Universal City, CA

Fan, X., Sun, S., McNeese, M. D., & Yen, J. (2005). Extending the recognition-primed decision model for human-agent collaboration. Proceedings of the Fourth International Joint Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi Agent Systems.

Cai, G., MacEachren, A. M., Brewer, I., McNeese, M. D., Sharma, R. & Fuhrmann, S. (2005). Map-mediated geocollaborative crisis management, Proceedings of the  IEEE 3rd Symposium on Intelligence and Security Informatics, Atlanta, GA.

Brewer, I., McNeese, M. D., Frazier, T., Fuhrrmann, S., & Terrell, I. (2005). Expanding team knowledge elicitation through procedural, temporal, and strategic elements.  Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 49th Annual Meeting (pp.522-526), Santa Monica, CA.

Yen, J., Fan, X., Sun, S., McNeese, M. D., & Hall. D. (2004). Supporting anti-terrorist analyst teams using agents with shared rpd process. Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Computational / Intelligence for Homeland Security and Personal Safety (pp. 53-60).

Terrell, I. S., McNeese, M. D., & Jefferson Jr., T. (2004). Exploring cognitive work within a 911 dispatch center: Using complementary knowledge elicitation techniques. Proceedings of the 48th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. Santa Monica CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

MacEachren, A. M., Cai, G., Fuhrmann, S., McNeese, M. D., & Sharma, R. (2004). GeoCollaborative crisis management (GCCM): Building better systems through advanced technology and deep understanding of technology-enabled group work (project highlight paper). Proceedings of the 5th Annual NSF Digital Government Conference, Los Angeles, CA.

Jones, R. E. T., McNeese, M. D., Connors, E. S., Jefferson, Jr., T., & Hall, D. L. (2004).  A distributed cognition simulation involving homeland security and defense: the development of neocities. Proceedings of the 48th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. Santa Monica CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

Jefferson Jr., T., Ferzandi, L., & McNeese, M.D. (2004).  Impact of hidden profiles on distributed cognition in spatially distributed decision-making teams, Proceedings of the 48th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. Santa Monica CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

Jansen, B. J. & McNeese, M. D. (2004). Investigating automated assistance and implicit feedback for searching systems. Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science & Technology 2004 Annual Meeting. (p. 280-286). Providence, Rhode Island.

Jansen, B. J., & McNeese, M. D. (2004). Evaluating the effectiveness of automated assistance for web searching. Proceedings of the 48th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. Santa Monica CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

Connors, E. S., Craven, P. L., McNeese, M. D., Jefferson, Jr., T., Bains, P., & Hall, D. L. (2004). An application of the AKADAM approach to intelligence analyst work. Proceedings of the 48th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (pp. 627-630). Santa Monica CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

Cai, G., Bolelli, L., MacEachren, A. M., Sharma, R., Fuhrmann, S., and McNeese, M. D. (2004). Geocollaborative crisis management: using maps to mediate eoc-mobile team collaboration (demonstration abstract). Proceedings of the 5th Annual NSF Digital Government Conference, Los Angeles, CA.

Brewer, I., & McNeese, M. D. (2004). Expanding concept mapping to address spatio-temporal dimensionality. Proceedings of the First International Conference on Concept Mapping.  Navarra, Spain.

Brewer, I., & McNeese, M. D. (2004). Supporting work in hurricane management centers: An application of cognitive systems engineering techniques. Proceedings of the 48th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. Santa Monica CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

McNeese, M. D., & Hall, D. (2003). Computer aided cognition to support problem-centered decomposition of complex problems. Proceedings of the 47th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. Santa Monica: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

McNeese, M. D.  (2003). Metaphors and paradigms of team cognition: A twenty year perspective. Proceedings of the 47th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. Santa Monica: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

Glantz, E., & McNeese, M. D. (2003).  Understanding distributed cognition in moderated chat rooms: A preliminary analysis. Proceedings of the 47th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.  Santa Monica, CA:  Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

Hall, D. L., Young, R., McNeese, M., Giles, L., & Yen, J. (2003).  User- centric, multi-INTfusion for homeland defense. Proceedings of the MSS National Symposium on Sensor and Data Fusion (10 pps.), San Diego, CA.

McNeese, M. D., Theodorou, E. , Ferzandi, L., Jefferson, T., Jr., & Ge, X. (2002).  Distributed cognition in shared information spaces. Proceedings of the 46th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (pp. 556-560). Santa Monica: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

McNeese, M. D. (2002). Pursuing medical human factors in an information age: The promise of a living lab approach.  Proceedings of the Human Factors, Medicine, and Technology Symposium, Baltimore, MD: The University of Maryland Medical Center.

McNeese, M. D. (2001).  The use of ubiquitous computing/computational neuroscience for distributed battlefield management.  Proceedings of the 45th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Santa Monica, CA:  Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.   (pp. 473-477). 

McNeese, M. D., Rentsch, J. R., & Perusich, K. (2000).  Modeling, measuring, and mediating teamwork:  The use of fuzzy cognitive maps and team member schema similarity to enhance BMC3I decision making.  Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, (pp. 1081-1086).  New York:  Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers.  (presenter:  McNeese). 

McNeese, M. D., Perusich, K., & Rentsch, J. R. (2000).  Advancing socio-technical systems design via the living laboratory.  Proceedings of the Industrial Ergonomics Association/Human Factors and Ergonomics Society(IEA/HFES) 2000 Congress (pp. 2-610 – 2-613),  Santa Monica, CA:  Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. 

McNeese, M. D., & Perusich, K. (2000).  Constructing a battlespace to understand macroergonomic factors in team situational awareness.  Proceedings of the Industrial Ergonomics Association/Human Factors and Ergonomics Society(IEA/HFES) 2000 Congress (pp. 2-618 – 2-621),  Santa Monica, CA:  Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. 

Perusich, K., McNeese, M. D., & Rentsch, J. (1999).  Qualitative modeling of complex systems for cognitive engineering.  In Proceedings of the SPIE (Alex F. Sisti, Ed.), Vol.  3996, (pp. 240-249). 

McNeese, M. D. (1999).  Considering the social-cognitive and contextual foundations of mixed-initiative intelligence.  Proceedings of the American Association of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI 99), Mixed Initiative Intelligence Workshop - Working Note (pp. 11-14).  Menlo Park, CA:  American Association of Artificial Intelligence. 

McNeese, M. D., Perusich, K., & Rentsch, J. (1999).  What is command and control coming to? Examining socio-cognitive mediators that expand the common ground of teamwork.  Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomic Society (pp.209-212).  Santa Monica, CA:  Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. 

McNeese, M. D. (1999).  What is the meaning of this? Confronting data overload in ways that make sense.  Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomic Society (p. 173).  Santa Monica, CA:  Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. 

Hudlicka, E., & McNeese, M. D. (1999).  Affective computing.  Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomic Society (pp. 275-278).  Santa Monica, CA:  Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. 

King, R. E., & McNeese, M. D. (1998).  Human-computer anxiety and phobia:  A consideration of foundations and interventions.  Proceedings of the 4th Annual Symposium on Human Interaction with Complex Systems (pp. 205-208).  IEEE Computer Society. 

McNeese, M. D., & Rentsch, J. R. (1998).  Identifying the social and cognitive requirements of teamwork using collaborative task analysis.  Proceedings of the NATO Human Factors and Medicine Panel Symposium on Collaborative Crew Performance in Complex Operational Systems (pp. (16)1-8), Edinburgh, Scotland, U.K., April 1998, Neuilly sur Seine, France:  NATO Research and Technology Organization. 

McNeese, M. D. (1998).  Collaborative crew performance in complex operational systems:  A technical review and summary.  Proceedings of the NATO Human Factors and Medicine Panel Symposium on Collaborative Crew Performance in Complex Operational Systems (pp. 1-8), Edinburgh, Scotland, U.K., April 1998, Neuilly sur Seine, France:  NATO Research and Technology Organization. 

McNeese, M. D. (1998).  New frontiers in cognitive task analysis:  Bridging the gap between cognitive analysis and cognitive engineering.  Proceedings of the 41st Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (pp. 377-379), Santa Monica, CA:  Human Factors Society. 

McNeese, M. D. (1998).  Teamwork, team performance, & team interfaces:  Historical precedence and application significance of the research at the USAF Fitts Human Engineering Division.  Proceedings of the IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society (pp. 161-166), IEEE Society on Social Implications of Technology, South Bend, IN. 

Perusich, K., & McNeese, M. D. (1997).  Using fuzzy cognitive maps for data abstraction.  Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the North America Information Processing Society (pp. 5-9).  IEEE Press. 

Bautsch, H., & McNeese, M. D. (1997).  Adapting human performance modeling for use in crew system design processes.  Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium of Aviation Psychology (pp. 953-958), Columbus, Ohio. 

Bautsch, H. S., Narayanan, S., & McNeese, M. D. (1997).  Development and evaluation of a cognitive model of human performance in fighter aircraft.  Proceedings of the IEEE Systems, Man, & Cybernetics International Conference (pp. 2109-2113).  IEEE Systems, Man, & Cybernetic Society. 

Bautsch, H. S., & McNeese, M. D. (1997).  Assessing the value of human performance modeling in exploring pilot-systems dynamics.  Proceedings of the 41st Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 2, (pp. 1032-1036).  Santa Monica, CA:  Human Factors Society. 

McNeese, M. D. (1996).  A comprehensive cognitive engineering process for human-information systems.  Proceedings of the 3rd Annual Symposium on Human Interaction with Complex Systems, 1, (pp. 260-267).  (Los Alamitos, CA:  IEEE Computer Science Society. 

McNeese, M. D. (1996).  Collaborative systems research:  Establishing ecological approaches through the living laboratory.  Proceedings of the 40th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors Society,2, (pp. 767-771).  Santa Monica, CA:  Human Factors Society. 

Brown, C. E., Selvaraj, J. S., Zaff, B. S., McNeese, M. D., & Whitaker, R. D. (1994).  An integrative bargaining paradigm for investigating multidisciplinary design tradeoffs.  Proceedings of the 38th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors Society, 2, (pp. 1028-1032).  Santa Monica, CA:  Human Factors Society. 

Zaff, B. S., McNeese, M. D., Brown, C. E., Citera, M., & Selvaraj, J. A. (1993).  Empowering designers with user-centered knowledge:  Issues, methods, and solutions.  Proceedings of the Interface 93, (pp. 231-235).  Santa Monica, CA:  Human Factors Society. 

Zaff, B. S., Hughes, E. R., McNeese, M. D., Brown, C. E., & Citera, M. (1993).  Diagnosing macro-ergonomic problems:  A case study in the use of concept mapping for TQM initiatives.  Proceedings of the 37th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors Society, 2, (pp. 873-877).  Santa Monica, CA:  Human Factors Society. 

McNeese, M. D., Zaff, B. S., Brown, C. E, Citera, M., & Selvaraj, J. A. (1993).  Understanding the context of multidisciplinary design:  A case for establishing ecological validity in the study of design problem solving.  Proceedings of the 37th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors Society, 2, (pp. 1082-1086).  Santa Monica, CA:  Human Factors Society. 

Citera, M., Selvaraj, J. A., Zaff, B. S., Brown, C. E., & McNeese, M. D. (1993).  Development of a research paradigm to study collaboration in multidisciplinary design teams.  Abridged Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Human-Computer Interactions.  (p. 174).  School of Industrial Engineering, Purdue University. 

Snyder, D. E., McNeese, M. D., Zaff, B. S., & Gomes, M. (1992).  Knowledge acquisition of tactical air-to-ground mission information using concept mapping.  Proceedings of the IEEE National Aerospace and Electronics Conference (NAECON), 2, (pp. 668-674).  Dayton, OH:  IEEE, Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society. 

McNeese, M. D., Zaff, B. S., Brown, C. E, Citera, M., & Wellens, A. R. (1992). The role of a group-centered approach in the development of computer-supported collaborative design technologies.  Proceedings of the 36th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors Society, 2, (pp. 867-871).  Santa Monica, CA:  Human Factors Society. 

McNeese, M. D., Zaff, B. S., & Brown, C. E. (1992).  Computer-supported collaborative work:  A new agenda for human factors engineering.  Proceedings of the IEEE National Aerospace and Electronics Conference (NAECON), 2, (pp. 681-686).  Dayton, OH:  IEEE, Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society. 

Zaff, B. S., McNeese, M. D., Snyder, D. E., & Lizza, C. S. (1991).  An integrated knowledge representation:  Developing a large-scale knowledge base for the pilots associate.  Proceedings of the Associate Technology Symposium, (pp. 244-255).  Fairfax, VA:  George Mason University Press. 

Zaff, B. S., & McNeese, M. D. (1991).  An integrated methodology for knowledge and design acquisition.  Proceedings of the IEEE National Aerospace and Electronics Conference (NAECON), 2, (pp. 779-785).  Dayton, OH:  IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society. 

Zaff, B. S., & McNeese, M. D. (1991).  Design acquisition:  Translating user knowledge into design solutions.  Proceedings of the Interface 91, (pp. 42-49).  Santa Monica, CA:  Human Factors Society. 

Snyder, D. E., McNeese, M. D., & Zaff, B. S. (1991).  Identifying design requirements using integrated analysis structures.  Proceedings of the IEEE National Aerospace and Electronics Conference (NAECON), 2, (pp. 786-791).  Dayton, OH:  IEEE, Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society. 

McNeese, M. D., & Zaff, B. S. (1991).  Knowledge as design:  A methodology for overcoming knowledge acquisition bottlenecks in intelligent interface design.  Proceedings of the 35th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors Society, 2, (pp. 1181-1185).  Santa Monica, CA:  Human Factors Society. 

Snyder, D. E., Wellens, A. R., Brown, C. E., & McNeese, M. D. (1989).  Three paradigms for the study of multi-person and human-machine interaction.  Proceedings of the IEEE Systems, Man, & Cybernetics Conference (pp. 480-481), Boston, MA:  IEEE Systems, Man, & Cybernetic Society. 

Wilson, D., McNeese, M. D., & Brown, C. E. (1987).  Team performance of a dynamic resource allocation task:  Comparison of shared versus isolated work setting.  Proceedings of the 31st Annual Meeting of the Human Factors Society, 2, (pp. 1345-1349).  Santa Monica, CA:  Human Factors Society. 

Wellens, A R, & McNeese, M. D. (1987).  A research agenda for the social psychology of intelligent machines.  Proceedings of the IEEE National Aerospace and Electronics Conference (NAECON), 3, (pp. 944-949), Dayton, OH:  IEEE Aerospace and Electronics Systems Society. 

McNeese, M. D., & Katsuyama, R. (1987).  Neuropsychology in the cockpit:  An analysis of configurational processing, hemispheric asymmetry, and masking disturbance.  Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology (pp. 202-208), Columbus, OH. 

Katsuyama, R., McNeese, M. D., & Schertler, D. (1987).  The effects of stimulus familiarity upon lateral asymmetry in face recognition.  Proceedings of the Mid-Central Ergonomics Conference (pp. 306-312).  Champaign-Urbana, IL. 

McNeese, M. D., & Katz, L. (1986).  Legibility evaluation of a large screen display system under medium ambient illumination.  Proceedings of the  Society of Information Display International Symposium Digest (pp. 59-65), Planya Del Ray, CA:  Society for Information Display. 

McNeese, M. D. (1986).  Humane intelligence:  A human factors approach for developing intelligent cockpits.  Proceedings of the IEEE National Aerospace and Electronics Conference (NAECON), 3, (pp. 941-948).  Dayton, OH:  IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society. 

McNeese, M. D., Warren, R. & Woodson, B. (1985).  Cockpit automation technology—A further look. Proceedings of the 29th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors Society (pp. 884-888), Santa Monica, CA:  Human Factors Society. 

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