Samuel S. Monfort
Samuel S. Monfort
Human Factors & Applied Cognition Doctoral Student, George Mason University
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Almost human: Anthropomorphism increases trust resilience in cognitive agents.
EJ De Visser, SS Monfort, R McKendrick, MAB Smith, PE McKnight, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 22 (3), 331, 2016
Placebo effects in cognitive training
CK Foroughi, SS Monfort, M Paczynski, PE McKnight, PM Greenwood
Proceedings of the national Academy of Sciences 113 (27), 7470-7474, 2016
A contextual approach to experiential avoidance and social anxiety: Evidence from an experimental interaction and daily interactions of people with social anxiety disorder.
TB Kashdan, FR Goodman, KA Machell, EM Kleiman, SS Monfort, ...
Emotion 14 (4), 769, 2014
Anxiety symptoms and functional impairment: A systematic review of the correlation between the two measures
PE McKnight, SS Monfort, TB Kashdan, DV Blalock, JM Calton
Clinical Psychology Review 45, 115-130, 2016
Personality strengths in romantic relationships: Measuring perceptions of benefits and costs and their impact on personal and relational well-being.
TB Kashdan, DV Blalock, KC Young, KA Machell, SS Monfort, ...
Psychological Assessment 30 (2), 241, 2018
A little anthropomorphism goes a long way: Effects of oxytocin on trust, compliance, and team performance with automated agents
EJ De Visser, SS Monfort, K Goodyear, L Lu, M O’Hara, MR Lee, ...
Human factors 59 (1), 116-133, 2017
Capitalizing on the success of romantic partners: A laboratory investigation on subjective, facial, and physiological emotional processing
SS Monfort, LD Kaczmarek, TB Kashdan, D Drążkowski, M Kosakowski, ...
Personality and Individual Differences 68, 149-153, 2014
A longitudinal examination of re-employment quality on internalizing symptoms and job-search intentions.
SS Monfort, GW Howe, CD Nettles, KL Weihs
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 20 (1), 50, 2015
The impact of anticipating positive events on responses to stress
SS Monfort, HE Stroup, CE Waugh
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 58, 11-22, 2015
Perceived responsiveness during an initial social interaction with a stranger predicts a positive memory bias one week later
EM Kleiman, TB Kashdan, SS Monfort, KA Machell, FR Goodman
Cognition and Emotion 29 (2), 332-341, 2015
Using machine learning and real-time workload assessment in a high-fidelity UAV simulation environment
SS Monfort, CM Sibley, JT Coyne
Next-Generation Analyst IV 9851, 98510B, 2016
Proactive Decision Support for Dynamic Assignment and Routing of Unmanned Aerial Systems
BK Nadella, GV Avvari, A Kumar, M Mishra, D Sidoti, KR Pattipati
IEEE Aerospace, 2016
Trends in aggressivity and driver risk for cars, SUVs, and pickups: Vehicle incompatibility from 1989 to 2016
SS Monfort, JM Nolan
Traffic injury prevention 20 (sup1), S92-S96, 2019
A single-item assessment for remaining mental resources: development and validation of the Gas Tank Questionnaire (GTQ)
SS Monfort, JJ Graybeal, AE Harwood, PE McKnight, TH Shaw
Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science 19 (5), 530-552, 2018
Human perception testing methodology for evaluating EO/IR imaging systems
JJ Graybeal, SS Monfort, TW Du Bosq, BO Familoni
Infrared Imaging Systems: Design, Analysis, Modeling, and Testing XXIX 10625 …, 2018
Anticipatory positive emotion and recovery from stress
SS Monfort
Wake Forest University, 2012
Environmental Cues in Thermal Images Impair Vehicle Identification Training: Simulated Thermal Imagery as a Potential Solution
JJ Graybeal, SS Monfort, S Harkrider
Proc. of NATO MSG-149, 2017
Improving Voter Experience Through User Testing and Iterative Design.
MA Smith, SS Monfort, EJ Blumberg
Journal of Usability Studies 10 (4), 2015
Assessing situation awareness in an unmanned vehicle control task: A case for eye tracking based metrics
JT Coyne, CM Sibley, SS Monfort
Advances in Aviation Psychology, Volume 2, 217-236, 2017
Performance, trust, and workload in an automation-aided visual search task
SS Monfort
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