Curriculum Vitae

David E. Meyer, Ph. D.

 

Address:

Cognition and Perception Program

Dept. of Psychology

University of Michigan

525 East University

Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1109 USA

Phone: 734/763-1477

demeyer@umich.edu

Email: demeyer@umich.edu

Faculty Website: http://www.umich.edu/~psycdept/Faculty/dmeyer.html

Lab Website: http://www.umich.edu/~bcalab

Current Position:

Professor

Dept. of Psychology

University of Michigan

Birthplace and Date:

Louisville, Kentucky USA

3 February 1943

Education:

B. A. in Psychology (Summa Cum Laude), Wittenberg University, 1964

M. A. in Mathematics, University of Michigan, 1966

Ph. D. in Mathematical Psychology, University of Michigan, 1969

Professional Employment:

Professor, 1984-present,

Cognition and Perception Program, Dept. of Psychology,

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

Senior Fellow in Gerontology, 1988-89,

Institute of Gerontology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

Associate Professor, 1977-83,

Dept. of Psychology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

Member of Technical Staff, 1969-77,

Human Information Processing Research Dept., Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, NJ

Teaching Fellow, 1965-68,

Dept. of Psychology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

Research Assistant for Prof. Clyde Coombs, 1965-67,

Dept. of Psychology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

Research Associate, Summer, 1966,

Operations Research Dept., Systems Development Corp., Santa Monica, CA

Research Consultant, Summer 1965,

Spindletop Research Center, Lexington, KY

Research Assistant, Summer 1964,

Human Factors Research Dept., General Electric Corp., Louisville, KY

Teaching Assistant, 1963-64,

Mathematics Dept., Wittenberg University, Springfield, OH

Research Areas:

Experimental and Mathematical Psychology; Cognitive Science; Cognitive Neuroscience

Formal Theories of Human Cognition and Performance

Mathematical and Statistical Modeling

Symbolic and Connectionist Computational Modeling

Representation of Knowledge, Memory, and Learning

Long-Term Semantic Memory

Short-Term Working Memory

Procedural Memory and Skill Acquisition

Mechanisms of Information Processing

Selective Attention

Visual Word Recognition and Reading

Speech Perception and Production

Sentence Comprehension

Judgment and Decision Making

Control of Action

Motor Programming

Movement Execution

Multiple-Task Performance

Cognitive Neuroscience

Executive Control Processes

Frontal-Lobe Function

Human Factors and Engineering Design

Human-Computer Interaction

Interface Design

Individual Differences in Performance

Personality and Cognitive Style

Cognitive Aging

Teaching Experience:

Introductory Psychology

Cognitive Psychology

Learning and Memory

Psycholinguistics

Reasoning, Problem Solving, and Decision Making

Human Performance: Perception, Attention, Motor Control

Laboratory Methods

Statistics and Experimental Design

Mathematical Psychology and Computational Modeling

Applications of Laboratory Computers and Computer Programming

Administrative Experience:

Acting Head, Human Information Processing Research Dept.,

Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, NJ, 1972-73

Undergraduate Psychology Counselor, College of Literature, Sciences, and Arts,

University of Michigan, 1977-79

Supervisor, Group Computer Laboratories, Human Performance Center,

University of Michigan, 1978-1993

Acting Director, Human Performance Center, University of Michigan, 1978-79, 1982

Member of Executive Committee, Combined Program in Education and Psychology,

University of Michigan, 1978-1984

Chair of Various Faculty Committees, Cognition and Perception Program,

Dept. of Psychology, University of Michigan, 1978-present

Member of Graduate Studies Committee, Dept. of Psychology,

University of Michigan, 1984-1988; 1994-1997

Chair of Cognition and Perception Program, Dept. of Psychology,

University of Michigan, 1986-1990

Professional Organizations:

Psychonomic Society

Cognitive Neuroscience Society

Society of Experimental Psychologists

Society for Mathematical Psychology

American Psychological Society

American Psychological Association

American Association for the Advancement of Science

Professional Activities:

Reviewer for Federal Granting Agencies and Scientific Journals, including:

NSF, NIMH, AFOSR, Psychological Review, Cognitive Science, Perception & Psychophysics,

Psychological Science, Journal of Mathematical Psychology, Journal of Experimental Psychology

Member of Editorial Boards for Scientific Journals, including:

Cognitive Psychology (1972-77), Memory & Cognition (1977-80),

Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior (1980-84),

Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance (1993-1999)

Member of Cognition, Emotion, and Personality Research Review Committee, NIMH, 1980-84

Consultant to Neuropsychology Research Review Committee, NIMH, 1985

Consultant to Ohio Eminent Scholars Program, Ohio Board of Regents, 1988

Member of Executive Committee,

International Association for the Study of Attention and Performance, 1985-1992

Organizer, Fourteenth International Symposium on Attention and Performance, 1990

Member, APA Editorial Selection Committee for JEP:HPP, 1992, 1997

Honors and Awards:

Fellow, Society of Experimental Psychologists

Fellow, American Psychological Society

Fellow, American Psychological Association (Divisions 1 and 3)

Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science

Excellence in Education Award, University of Michigan

Excellence in Research Award, University of Michigan

Citation Classics Author, Scientific Citation Index

Danforth Foundation Graduate Fellow

Woodrow Wilson Graduate Fellow

NIMH Graduate Fellow

NSF Graduate Fellow

Phi Beta Kappa

Phi Kappa Phi

Sigma Xi

Research Grants:

Development of A Computer Laboratory for Psychological Research; National Science Foundation;

Principal Investigator; 1978-79; $90,000 direct costs

Mental Processes in Human Speech Perception and Production; Rackham Faculty Research Grant,

University of Michigan; Principal Investigator; 1980-1982; $10,000 direct costs

Program in Cognitive Science; Alfred P. Sloan Foundation;

Collaborator (with D. McNeil, G. Olson, et al.); 1980-85; $900,000 direct costs

Cognitive Processes in Producing Basic Units of Speech; National Science Foundation;

Principal Investigator; 1982-86; $190,000 direct costs

Information Processing Mechanisms in Rapid Aimed Movements; National Institute of Mental Health;

Co-Principal Investigator (with S. Kornblum); 1982-90; $240,000 direct costs

New Reaction-Time Methods for Analyzing Rapid Mental Processes; NIMH;

Principal Investigator; 1984-1989; $105,000 direct costs

Laboratory for Rapid Mental Processes; Biomedical Research Grant; National Institutes of Health;

Principal Investigator; 1984-85; $10,000 direct costs

Fourteenth International Symposium on Attention and Performance; National Science Foundation;

Co-principal Investigator (with S. Kornblum); 1990-91; $50,000 direct costs

Computational Modeling of Human Multiple-Task Performance; Office of Naval Research;

Co-principal Investigator (with D. Kieras); 1992-95; $430,000 direct costs

Analysis of Mental Executive Control Processes through Positron Emission Tomography;

Michigan Memorial Phoenix Project Grant; University of Michigan; Principal Investigator;

1993-1995; $4,000 direct costs

PET Activation Studies of Executive Mental Control Processes in The Human Brain;

General Clinical Research Center Grant; University of Michigan; Co-Principal Investigator

(with J. Evans, L. Junck, and R. Koeppe); 1994-1996; $35,000 direct costs

Computational Modeling of Human Multiple-Task Performance; Office of Naval Research;

Co-principal Investigator (with D. Kieras); 1995-99; $500,000 direct costs

Computational Modeling of Multimodal I/O in Simulated Cockpits; Office of Naval Research;

Co-principal Investigator (with J. Ballas and D. Kieras); 1996-99; $50,000 direct costs

The Role of Executive Processes and Working Memory in Multiple-Task Performance;

Office of Naval Research; Principal Investigator; 1997-1998; $30,000 direct costs

Computational Modeling of Human Multiple-Task Performance; Office of Naval Research;

Co-principal Investigator (with D. Kieras); 2000-2002; $520,000 direct costs

Doctoral Students:

Richard A. Abrams, Ph. D., Experimental Psychology, 1986

(First Post-Doctoral Position: Assistant Prof., Washington University)

Debra Brody, Ph. D., Neuropsychology, 1984

(First Post-Doctoral Position: Staff Member, Lafayette Medical Clinic, Detroit, MI)

David C. Curry, Ph. D., Experimental Psychology, 1991

(First Post-Doctoral Position: Captain, U. S. Air Force; Wright-Patterson Base, Dayton, OH)

Natalie S. Davidson, Ph. D., Cognitive Psychology, 1995

(First Post-Doctoral Position: Research Associate, Institute of Gerontology, U. of Michigan)

Scott J. Dickman, Ph. D., Clinical Psychology, 1983

(First Post-Doctoral Position: Assistant Prof., University of Texas)

Donald Fisher, Ph. D., Mathematical Psychology, 1983

(First Post-Doctoral Position: Assistant Prof., University of Massachusetts)

Dwight L. Fontenot, Ph. D., Cognitive Psychology, 1992

(First Post-Doctoral Position: Staff Counselor, University of Michigan)

Jennifer M. Glass, Ph. D., Cognitive Psychology, 1996

(First Post-Doctoral Position: Instructor in Psychology, University of Michigan)

Joseph Goldberg, Ph. D., Industrial Engineering and Psychology, 1984

(First Post-Doctoral Position: Assistant Prof., Pennsylvania State University)

Peter C. Gordon, Ph. D., Experimental Psychology, 1984

(First Post-Doctoral Position: Assistant Prof., Harvard University)

David E. Irwin, Ph. D., Experimental Psychology, 1982

(First Post-Doctoral Position: Assistant Prof., Cornell University)

Cerita Jones, Ph. D., Cognitive Psychology, 1998

(First Post-Doctoral Position: Human-Factors Psychologist, Toyota Motor Corporation)

Kyunghee Koh, Ph. D., Experimental Psychology, 1989; Winner of Marquis Award in Psychology*

(First Post-Doctoral Position: Assistant Prof., University of Rochester)

John Kounios, Ph. D., Experimental Psychology, 1985

(First Post-Doctoral Position: Assistant Prof., Tufts University)

Erick Lauber, Ph. D., Cognitive Psychology, 1995

(First Post-Doctoral Position: Assistant Prof., University of Georgia)

Janet Meyer, Ph. D., Speech Communication, 1989

(First Post-Doctoral Position: Assistant Prof., University of Kansas)

Erik Nilsen, Ph. D., Experimental Psychology, 1991

(First Post-Doctoral Position: Assistant Prof., Lewis and Clark College)

Allen M. Osman, Ph. D., Experimental Psychology, 1986; Winner of Marquis Award in Psychology*

(First Post-Doctoral Position: Assistant Prof., University of California at San Diego)

Joshua Rubinstein, Ph. D., Cognitive Neuropsychology, 1993

(First Post-Doctoral Position: Research Fellow, Center for Neuroscience, UC at Davis)

Eric H. Schumacher, Ph. D., Cognitive Neuroscience, 1998

(First Post-Doctoral Position: Research Fellow, Dept. of Neurology, University of Pennsylvania)

Travis L. Seymour, Ph. D., Cognitive Psychology, 2000

(First Post-Doctoral Position: Assistant Prof., University of California, Santa Cruz)

John M. Sullivan, Ph. D., Experimental Psychology, 1986

(First Post-Doctoral Position: Staff Member, Computer Methods Corp., Livonia, MI)

Mary Trahan, Ph. D., Experimental Psychology, 1982

(First Post-Doctoral Position: Assistant Prof., Randolph Macon College)

Jeffrey Woldstad, Ph. D., Industrial Engineering and Psychology, 1989

(First Post-Doctoral Position: Assistant Prof., Virginia Polytechnic Institute)

Charles Wright, Ph. D., Experimental Psychology, 1983; Winner of Marquis Award in Psychology*

(First Post-Doctoral Position: Assistant Prof., Columbia University)

Ilan Yaniv, Ph. D., Experimental Psychology, 1988; Winner of Marquis Award in Psychology*

(First Post-Doctoral Position: Assistant Prof., University of Chicago)

Stephen G. Yantis, Ph. D., Experimental Psychology, 1985; Winner of APA Young Scientist Award

(First Post-Doctoral Position: Assistant Prof., Johns Hopkins University)

Eileen Zurbriggen , Ph. D., Personality Psychology, 1997; Winner of Marquis Award in Psychology*

(First Post-Doctoral Position: Assistant Prof., University of California, Santa Cruz)

*Note: The Marquis Award is an annual prize for the best dissertation in Psychology at Michigan

 

Invited Colloquium Presentations:

University of Arizona

Armstrong Laboratory, Brooks Air Force Base

AT&T Bell Laboratories

Bowling Green State University

Center for Neuroscience, University of California at Davis

University of California at Irvine

University of California at San Diego

University of Chicago

CNRS Neurosciences Laboratory, Marseilles, France

Columbia University

University of Delaware

University of Ghent, Belgium

University of Illinois

Indiana University

Lehigh University

University College, London, UK

University of Massachusetts

Max Planck Institute, Munich, Germany

University of Michigan

Michigan State University

MRC Cognitive Neuroscience Unit, Cambridge, UK

NASA Ames Research Center

New Mexico State University

New York University

Northwestern University

NYNEX Science and Technology Center

Ohio State University

University of Oregon

University of Pennsylvania

Princeton University

Purdue University

Rockefeller University

Rutgers University

University of Texas

Vanderbilt University

University of Virginia

Washington University

Yale University

 

Conference Papers and Posters

Miller, L., & Meyer, D. E. Decision effectiveness as a function of the structure and number of alternatives at a choice point. Paper presented at the meeting of the American PsychologicalAssociation, New York, NY, September, 1966.

Coombs, C. H., Wilcox, G., Meyer, D. E., & Huang, L. C. Some risky decision-theories. Paper presented at the meeting of the Psychometric Society, Madison, WI, March, 1967.

Meyer, D. E., & Coombs, C. H. Risk preference in coin-toss games. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA, September, 1968.

Meyer, D. E. Models for the recall of set relations among linguistic categories. Paper presented at the meeting of the Society for Mathematical Psychology, Ann Arbor, MI, August, 1969.

Meyer, D. E. Components of semantic-information processing in memory. Paper presented at the meeting of the Psychonomic Society, St. Louis, MO, November, 1969.

Meyer, D. E., & Ellis, G. B. Parallel processes in word recognition. Paper presented at the meeting of the Psychonomic Society, San Antonio, TX, November, 1970.

Meyer, D. E. Dual memory-search of related and unrelated semantic categories. Paper presented at the meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, New York, NY, April, 1971.

Landauer, T. K., & Meyer, D. E. A critique of recent research on semantic memory. Invited paper presented at the meeting of the Eastern Verbal Investigators League, Waltham, MA, May, 1971.

Meyer, D. E. Verifying affirmative and negative propositions: Effects of negation on memory retrieval. Invited paper presented at the Fourth International Symposium on Attention and Performance, Boulder, CO, August, 1971.

Schvaneveldt, R. W., & Meyer, D. E. Retrieval and comparison processes in semantic memory. Invited paper presented at the Fourth International Symposium on Attention and Performance, Boulder, CO, August, 1971.

Meyer, D. E. The influence of negation on memory retrieval. Paper presented at the meeting of the Psychonomic Society, St. Louis, MO, November, 1971.

Meyer, D. E., Schvaneveldt, R. W., & Ruddy, M. G. Activation of lexical memory. Paper presented at the meeting of the Psychonomic Society, St. Louis, MO, November, 1972.

Ruddy, M. G., Meyer, D. E., & Schvaneveldt, R. W. Context effects on phonemic encoding in visual word recognition. Paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL, May, 1973.

Meyer, D. E., Schvaneveldt, R. W., & Ruddy, M. G. Loci of contextual effects on visual word recognition. Invited paper presented at the Fifth International Symposium on Attention and Performance, Stockholm, Sweden, July, 1973.

Meyer, D. E., & Schvaneveldt, R. W. Mechanisms for contextual effects on word recognition. Invited paper presented at the International Conference on Long-Term Memory, Dundee, Scotland, July, 1973.

Meyer, D. E., & Ruddy, M. G. Lexical-memory retrieval based on graphemic and phonemic representations of printed words. Paper presented at the meeting of the Psychonomic Society, St. Louis, MO, November, 1973.

Meyer, D. E., & Ruddy, M. G. Bilingual word recognition: Organization and retrieval of alternative lexical codes. Paper presented at the meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Philadelphia, PA, April, 1974.

Meyer, D. E. Lexical memory: Encoding and retrieval processes in visual word recognition. Invited address presented at the meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Miami, FL, May, 1974.

Ruddy, M. G., & Meyer, D. E. Lexical-memory organization inferred from bilingual word recognition. Paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL, May, 1974.

Schvaneveldt, R. W., Meyer, D. E., & Becker, C. A. Contextual constraints on ambiguous-word recognition. Paper presented at the meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Boston, MA, November, 1974.

Meyer, D. E., & Schvaneveldt, R. W. Meaning, memory structure, and mental processes. Invited address presented at the meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, New York, NY, January, 1975.

Gossman, J. R., & Meyer, D. E. Coordination of search processes in short-term and long-term memory. Paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL, May, 1975.

Meyer, D. E., & Gutschera, K. D. Orthographic versus phonemic processing of printed words. Paper presented at the meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Denver, CO, November, 1975.

Meyer, D. E., Sternberg, S., Knoll, R. L., & Wright, C. E. Memory retrieval and motor programming of related-word sequences. Invited paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL, May, 1978.

Meyer, D. E., & Irwin, D. E. On the time-course of rapid information processing. Paper presented at the meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Philadelphia, PA, November, 1981.

Gordon, P. C., & Meyer, D. E. Shared mechanisms for perceiving and producing speech. Paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Minneapolis, MN, May, 1982.

Yantis, S., Osman, A. M., & Meyer, D. E. Temporal properties of high- speed information processing. Paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Minneapolis, MN, May, 1982.

Meyer, D. E., & Gordon, P. C. Dependencies between rapid speech perception and production: Tests of the motor theory of speech perception. Invited paper presented at the Tenth International Symposium on Attention and Performance, Venlo, The Netherlands, July, 1982.

Meyer, D. E. Implications of speech perception and production for models of perceptual-motor interactions. Invited paper presented at the International Conference on Cognitive Processes and Motor Control, Bielefeld, West Germany, July, 1982.

Wright, C. E., Meyer, D. E., & Smith, J. E. K. Models for the speed and accuracy of aimed movements. Paper presented at the meeting of the Society for Mathematical Psychology, Princeton, NJ, August, 1982.

Smith, J. E. K., Meyer, D. E., Yantis, S., & Osman, A. Fitting mixture distributions to reaction-time data. Paper presented at the meeting of the Society for Mathematical Psychology, Princeton, NJ, August, 1982.

Meyer, D. E., Osman, A. M., Yantis, S., & Smith, J. E. K. New reaction-time methods for investigating mental processes. Invited paper presented at the Franco-American Conference on Preparatory States and Processes, Ann Arbor, MI, August, 1982.

Meyer, D. E., Osman, A. M., & Yantis, S. RT mixture distributions: Evidence for finite-state models of response preparation. Paper presented at the meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Minneapolis, MN, November, 1982.

Gordon, P. C., & Meyer, D. E. A shared mechanism for perceiving and producing voice-onset times in speech. Paper presented at the meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Cincinnati, OH, May, 1983.

Kounios, J., Osman, A. M., & Meyer, D. E. The time course of semantic-memory retrieval: I. Paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL, May, 1983.

Abrams, R. A., Kornblum, S., Meyer, D. E., & Wright, C. E. Fitts' Law: Optimization of initial ballistic impulses for aimed movements. Paper presented at the meeting of the Psychonomic Society, San Diego, CA, November, 1983.

Meyer, D. E., & Gordon, P. C. Shared mechanisms for perceiving and producing phonetic features in speech. Paper presented at the meeting of the Psychonomic Society, San Diego, CA, November, 1983.

Osman, A. M., Kornblum, S., & Meyer, D. E. The point of no return in choice reaction time: A paradigm and a model. Paper presented at the meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Baltimore, MD, April, 1984.

Kounios, J., Osman, A. M., & Meyer, D. E. The time course of semantic-memory retrieval: II. Paper presented at the meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Baltimore, MD, April, 1984.

Goldberg, J. H., Meyer, D. E., Langolf, G. D., & Yantis, S. Temporal processing during the mental rotation of disoriented letters. Paper presented at the Midcentral Conference on Ergonomics and Human Factors, Cincinnati, OH, April, 1984.

Kounios, J., Osman, A. M., & Meyer, D. E. Intermediate products of rapid semantic-memory retrieval. Paper presented at the meeting of the Psychonomic Society, San Antonio, TX, November, 1984.

Kounios, J., Osman, A. M., & Meyer, D. E. Intermediate products of short-term memory scanning. Paper presented at the meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA, March, 1985.

Meyer, D. E., Osman, A. M., Kounios, J., & Irwin, D. E. The dynamics of human memory retrieval. Invited paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL, May, 1985.

Yaniv, I., & Meyer, D. E. Activation and incubation revealed by a problematic memory-retrieval task. Paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL, May, 1985.

Meyer, D. E., & Gordon, P. C. The control of serial order in spoken syllable sequences. Invited paper presented at the International Conference on Common Processes in Speaking, Listening, Reading, and Writing. Center for Interdisciplinary Studies, Bielefeld, West Germany, July, 1985.

Osman, A. M., Kornblum, S., & Meyer, D. E. The point-of-no-return in action planning and execution. Invited paper presented at the International Workshop on Modelling Cognition, Lancaster, England, July, 1985.

Yantis, S. G., & Meyer, D. E. Dynamics of spreading activation in information processing. Paper presented at the meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Boston, MA, November, 1985.

Koh, K., & Meyer, D. E. Induction of continuous stimulus-response mappings for perceptual-motor performance. Paper presented at the meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Baltimore, MD, March, 1987.

Koh, K., Meyer, D. E. Induction of continuous stimulus-response mappings for perceptual-motor performance. Paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL, May, 1987.

Dickman, S. K., & Meyer, D. E. Impulsivity and speed-accuracy tradeoffs in information processing. Invited paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL, May, 1987.

Meyer, D. E. Modern mental chronometry. Invited tutorial paper presented at the International Conference on Cognitive Neurophysiology, Dourdan, France, June, 1987.

Dickman, S. K., & Meyer, D. E. Impulsivity and speed-accuracy trade-offs in rapid information processing. Paper presented at the meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Seattle, WA, November 1987.

Meyer, D. E., Smith, J. E. K., Kornblum, S., Abrams, R. A., & Wright, C. E. Stochastic optimized-submovement models of rapid motor performance. Invited tutorial paper presented at the Thirteenth International Symposium on Attention and Performance, Arc-et-Senans, France, June 1988.

Osman, A. M., Bashore, T. R., Coles, M. G. H., Donchin, E., & Meyer, D. E. A psychophysiological study of response preparation based on partial information. Invited paper presented at the meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research, San Francisco, CA, October, 1988.

Meyer, D. E., Yaniv, I., & Davidson, N. Spreading activation and memory marking: Mechanisms for metacognition and mental incubation. Paper presented at the meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Chicago, November, 1988.

Meyer, D. E., Abrams, R. A., Kornblum, S., Smith, J. E. K., & Wright, C. E. Speed-accuracy tradeoffs and optimal control strategies in rapid aimed movements. Invited paper presented at the Symposium on Spatial, Temporal, and Electromyographic Variabililty in Human Motor Control. Ann Arbor, MI, February, 1989.

Koh, K., & Meyer, D. E. Induction of continuous stimulus-response relations. Paper presented at the conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Ann Arbor, MI, August, 1989.

Osman, A. M., Bashore, T. R., Coles, M. G. H., Donchin, E., & Meyer, D. E. Response preparation based on partial information: Evidence from event-related motor potentials. Paper presented at the meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Atlanta, GA, November, 1989.

Koh, K., & Meyer, D. E. Induction of relations between continuous stimulus and response dimensions. Paper presented at the meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Atlanta, GA, November, 1989.

Gehring, W. J., Coles, M. G. H., Meyer, D. E., & Donchin, E. The error-related negativity: An event-related brain potential accompanying errors. Paper presented at the meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Boston, MA, October, 1990.

Meyer, D. E., & Glass, J. A normative analysis of cognitive style, rapid action, and impulsivity based on individual differences in cortical arousal?!! Invited address presented at the meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Chicago, IL, October, 1991.

Glass, J., & Meyer, D. E. Impulsivity and neural noise in perceptual-motor performance. Paper presented at the meeting of the Psychonomic Society, San Francisco, CA, November, 1991.

Fontenot, D. L., Meyer, D. E., & Zurbriggen, E. The representation of articulatory motor programs in singing. Paper presented at the Second International Conference on Music Perception and Singing. Los Angeles, CA, February, 1992.

Price, P. C., Meyer, D. E., & Koh, K. Multivariate function learning and intuitive physics based on an adaptive regression model. Paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL, April, 1992.

Fontenot, D. L., Meyer, D. E., & Zurbriggen, E. Motor programs for articulatory production of melodies. Paper presented at the meeting of the Society for Music Perception and Production, Philadelphia, PA, June, 1993.

Price, P. C., Meyer, D. E., & Koh, K. Multivariable function learning: Applications of the adaptive regression model to intuitive physics. Paper presented at the meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, Bloomington, IN, July, 1992.

Meyer, D. E., & Kieras, D. E. The PRP effect: Central bottleneck, perceptual-motor limitations, or task strategies? Paper presented at the meeting of the Psychonomic Society, St. Louis, MO, November, 1992.

Wood, S. D., Kieras, D. E., & Meyer, D. E. An EPIC model for a high-performance HCI task. Poster presented at the HCI Consortium Workshop, Fraiser, CO, February, 1994.

Wood, S. D., Kieras, D. E., & Meyer, D. E. An EPIC model for a high-performance HCI task. Poster presented at the CHI'94 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Boston, MA, April, 1994.

Rubinstein, J. S., Evans, J., & Meyer, D. E. Task switching in patients with prefrontal cortex damage. Poster presented at the meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA, March, 1994.

Meyer, D. E., Rubinstein, J. S., & Evans, J. The costs and benefits of brain imaging versus focal lesion analysis in cognitive neuroscience: Case studies based on frontal-lobe executive processes. Invited paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL, May, 1994.

Lauber, E., Schumacher, E., Glass, J., Zurbriggen, E., Kieras, D. E., & Meyer, D. E. Adaptive PRP effects: Evidence of flexible attention to action. Paper presented at the meeting of the Psychonomic Society, St. Louis, MO, November, 1994.

Rubinstein, J. S., Meyer, D. E., & Evans, J. Executive control of cognitive processes in task switching. Poster presented at the meeting of the Psychonomic Society, St. Louis, MO, November, 1994.

Meyer, D. E., & Kieras, D. E. Analysis of discrete and continuous information processing from the perspective of multiple-task performance. Invited paper presented at the Conference on Discrete versus Continuous Processing of Information, Netherlands Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, December, 1994.

Rubinstein, J. S., Evans, J., & Meyer, D. E. Task switching in patients with prefrontal and parietal cortex damage. Paper presented at the meeting of the International Neuropsychology Society, Seattle, WA, February, 1995.

Meyer, D. E., & Kieras, D. E. Theoretical perspectives on cognitive aging from the viewpoint of the EPIC architecture for computational modeling of human performance. Paper presented at the Southeastern Center Conference on Aging and Skill, Destin, FL, February, 1995.

Kieras, D. E., Wood, S. D., & Meyer, D. E. Predictive engineering models using the EPIC architecture for a high-performance task. Paper presented at the CHI'95 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Denver, CO, May, 1995.

Kieras, D. E., & Meyer, D. E. Predicting human performance in dual-task tracking and decision making with computational models using the EPIC architecture. Paper presented at the International Symposium on Command and Control Research and Technology, Washington, DC, June, 1995.

Kieras, D. E., & Meyer, D. E. The EPIC Architecture: Computational Models of Human Performance. Invited symposium paper presented at the conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Pittsburgh, PA, July, 1995.

Lauber, E. J., Meyer, D. E., Evans, J. E., Rubinstein, J., Gmeindl, L., Junck, L., & Koeppe, R. A. The brain areas involved in the executive control of task switching as revealed by PET. Paper presented at the Second International Conference on Functional Mapping of the Human Brain, Boston, MA, June, 1996.

Meyer, D. E., & Kieras, D. E. Some lessons from computational modeling of human multiple-task performance. Invited lecture presented at the Seventeenth International Symposium on Attention and Performance, Haifa, Israel, July, 1996.

Meyer, D. E., & Kieras, D. E. EPIC: Adaptive executive control of human multiple-task performance. Paper presented at the meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Chicago, IL, November, 1996.

Lauber, E. J., Meyer, D. E., Gmeindl, L., Evans, J. E., & Kieras, D. E. The executive processes involved in task switching. Poster presented at the meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Chicago, IL, November, 1996.

Schumacher, E. H., Glass, J., Lauber, E. J., Gmeindl, L., Woodside, B. J., Kieras, D. E., & Meyer, D. E. Concurrent response-selection processes in multiple-task performance. Poster presented at the meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Chicago, IL, November, 1996.

Evans, J. E., Lauber, E. J., Meyer, D. E., Rubinstein, J., Gmeindl, L., Junck, L., & Koeppe, R. A. Brain areas involved in the executive control of task switching as revealed by PET. Paper presented at the meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC, November, 1996.

Meyer, D. E., Evans, J. E., Lauber, E. J., Rubinstein, J., Gmeindl, L., Junck, L., & Koeppe, R. A. Activation of brain mechanisms for executive mental processes in cognitive task switching. Poster presented at the meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Boston, MA, March, 1997.

Lauber, E. J., Meyer, D. E., Evans, J. E., Galloway, A., Leavens, D., Robinson, A., Rousseau, G., Sung, W., & Thrasher, M. ERP measures of task switching. Poster presented at the meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Boston, MA, March, 1997.

Schumacher, E. H., Meyer, D. E., Kieras, D. E., Lauber, E. J., & Glass, J. M. Concurrent response selection: Adaptive executive control of action. Paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL, May, 1997.

Glass, J. M., Lauber, E. J., Schumacher, E. H., Kieras, D. E., & Meyer, D. E. Aging and multiple-task performance: Task-coordination strategies in young and old adults. Paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL, May, 1997.

Lauber, E. J., Meyer, D. E., & Evans, J. E. The location and time course of the brain regions active during task switching: PET and EEG evidence. Paper presented at the meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Cape Cod, MA, October, 1997.

Lauber, E. J., Meyer, D. E., Evans, J. E., & Koeppe, R. A. Converging evidence from EEG and PET that prefrontal and superior parietal regions are involved in the executive control of task switching. Paper presented at the meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, New Orleans, LA, October, 1997.

Schumacher, E. H., Seymour, T. S., Glass, J. M., Lauber, E. J., Kieras, D. E., & Meyer, D. E. Virtually perfect time sharing in dual-task performance. Paper presented at the meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Philadelphia, PA, November, 1997.

Meyer, D. E., Evans, J. E., Lauber, E. J., Gmeindl, L., Rubinstein, J., Junck, L., & Koeppe, R. A. The role of dorsolateral prefrontal cortex for executive cognitive processes in task switching. Poster presented at the meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA, April, 1998.

Schumacher, E. H., Seymour, T. S., Glass, J. M., Lauber, E. J., Kieras, D. E., & Meyer, D. E. Virtually perfect time sharing in dual-task performance: Behavioral evidence for independent parallel processing in the human brain. Poster presented at the meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA, April, 1998.

Glass, J. M., Schumacher, E. H., Meyer, D. E., Kieras, D. E., Zurbriggen, E. L., Gmeindl, L., & Lauber, E. J. Cognitive aging and dual-task performance: Task-coordination strategies in young and old adults. Paper presented at the Cognitive Aging Conference, Atlanta, GA, April, 1998.

Kieras, D. E., Meyer, D. E., Ballas, J. A., & Lauber, E. J. Modern computational perspectives on executive mental control: Where to from here? Invited paper presented at the Eighteenth International Symposium on Attention and Performance, Windsor, England, July, 1998.

Kieras, D. E., Meyer, D. E., Mueller, S., & Seymour, T. An EPIC computational model of verbal working memory. Poster presented at the meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Dallas, TX, November, 1998.

Glass, J. M., Seymour, T. L., Schumacher, E. H., Gmeindl, L., Meyer, D. E., & Kieras, D. E. Cognitive aging and task-coordination strategies for dual-task performance. Poster presented at the meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Dallas, TX, November, 1998.

Meyer, D. E., Kieras, D. E., Mueller, S., & Seymour, T. L. Benefits of computational modeling for cognitive neuroscience studies of verbal working memory. Poster presented at the meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Washington, DC, April, 1999.

Meyer, D. E., & Kieras, D. E. Executive-Process Interactive Control (EPIC): A cognitive architecture for comprehensive precise computational modeling of human multiple-task performance in laboratory and real-world contexts. Invited address presented at the meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Ghent, Belgium, September, 1999.

Meyer, D. E., Kieras, D. E., & Glass, J. M. B. Analysis of Components in Cognitive Aging Based on The Executive-Process Interactive Control (EPIC) Architecture for Realistic Computational Modeling of Rapid Complex Human Perceptual-Motor and Cognitive Performance. Invited paper presented at the International Workshop on Aging and Executive Control, Potsdam, Germany, October, 1999.

Meyer, D. E., Mueller, S. T., Seymour, T. L., & Kieras, D. E. Brain loci of temporal coding and serial-order control in verbal working memory. Poster presented at the meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, April, 2000.

Mueller, S. T., Seymour, T. L., Glass, J. M., Kieras, D. E., & Meyer, D. E. Components of cognitive aging in verbal working memory revealed by computational modeling with the Executive-Process Interactive Control (EPIC) architecture. Poster presented at the bi-annual Cognitive Aging Conference, Atlanta, April, 2000.

Mueller, S. T., & Meyer, D. E. Psychophysical chemistry of phonological similarity: A formal similarity metric based on principled phonetic feature analysis. Paper presented at the meeting of the Society for Mathematical Psychology, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, August, 2000.

Meyer, D. E. Executive control and the interface with neuroscience. Invited paper presented at the Conference on Executive Control, Errors, and The Brain. Jena, Germany, September, 2000.

Mueller, S. T., & Meyer, D. E. A neural network model of short-term verbal working memory based on transitory activation patterns. Poster presented at the meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, New York, March, 2001.

Kieras, D. E., Meyer, D. E., & Ballas, J. Towards demystification of direct manipulation: Cognitive modeling charts the gulf of execution. Paper presented at the CHI'2001 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Seattle, WA, April, 2001.

Mueller, S. T., & Meyer, D. E. Insights about verbal working memory and serial recall enabled by precise quantitative measurement of phonological dissimilarity. Poster presented at the meeting of the Society for Mathematical Psychology, Providence, RI, July, 2001.

Mueller, S. T., Seymour, T. L., Krawitz, A., Kieras, D. E., & Meyer, D. E. Implications of articulatory duration and phonological similarity effects in working memory. Poster to be presented at the meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Orlando, FL, November, 2001.

Meyer, D. E., Kieras, D. E., Schumacher, E. H., Fencsik, D., & Glass, J. M. B. Prerequisites for virtually perfect time sharing in dual-task performance. Paper to be presented at the meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Orlando, FL, November, 2001.

 

Publications Grouped by Topic

Human Performance

Meyer, D. E., & Kornblum, S. (Eds.) Attention and Performance XIV: Synergies in experimental psychology, artificial intelligence, and cognitive neuroscience. Cambridge, MA: M.I.T. Press, 1993.

Long-Term Semantic Memory

Meyer, D. E. Memorial processes in classifying affirmative universals. (Doctoral dissertation, Univ. of Michigan) Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms, 1969. No. 69-18060.

Meyer, D. E. On the representation and retrieval of stored semantic information. Cognitive Psychology, 1970, 1, 242-300.

Landauer, T. K., & Meyer, D. E. Category size and semantic memory retrieval. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 1972, 11, 539-549.

Meyer, D. E. Correlated operations in searching stored semantic categories. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1973, 99, 124-133.

Meyer, D. E. Verifying affirmative and negative propositions: Effects of negation on memory retrieval. In S. Kornblum (Ed.), Attention and performance IV. New York: Academic Press, 1973.

Meyer, D. E. Long-term memory retrieval during the comprehension of affirmative and negative sentences. In R. A. Kennedy & A. Wilkes (Eds.), Studies on long-term memory. New York: Wiley, 1975.

Meyer, D. E. Semantic memory, sentence comprehension, and reaction time. Bulletin de Psychologie, 1976, Annual Special Edition, 103-115.

Word Recognition and Lexical Priming

Meyer, D. E., & Schvaneveldt, R. W. Facilitation in recognizing pairs of words: Evidence of a dependence between retrieval operations. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1971, 90, 227-234.

Schvaneveldt, R. W., & Meyer, D. E. Retrieval and comparison processes in semantic memory. In S. Kornblum (Ed.), Attention and performance IV. New York: Academic Press, 1973.

Meyer, D. E., Schvaneveldt, R. W., & Ruddy M. G. Functions of graphemic and phonemic codes in visual word-recognition. Memory & Cognition, 1974, 2, 309-321.

Meyer, D. E., Schvaneveldt, R. W., & Ruddy, M. G. Loci of contextual effects on visual word-recognition. In P. M. A. Rabbitt (Ed.), Attention and performance V. London: Academic Press, 1975.

Meyer, D. E., & Schvaneveldt, R. W. Meaning, memory structure, and mental processes. In C.N. Cofer (Ed.), The structure of human memory. San Francisco: Freeman, 1975.

Meyer, D. E., & Schvaneveldt, R. W. Meaning, memory structure, and mental processes. Science, 1976, 192, 27-33.

Schvaneveldt, R. W., Meyer, D. E., & Becker, C. W. Lexical ambiguity, semantic context, and visual word recognition. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 1976, 2, 243-256.

Meyer, D. E., & Schvaneveldt, R. W. This week's citation classic. Facilitation in recognizing pairs of words: Evidence of a dependence between retrieval operations. Current Contents: Social & Behavioral Sciences, 1984, 16 (No. 47), 20.

Speech Perception and Production

Gordon, P. C., & Meyer, D. E. A shared mechanism for perceiving and producing voice-onset times in speech. (Abstract). Journal of The Acoustical Society of America, 1983, 73 (Suppl. 1).

Meyer, D. E., & Gordon, P. C. Shared mechanisms for perceiving and producing phonetic features in speech. (Abstract). Bulletin of The Psychonomic Society, 1983, 21 (5), 367. Also distributed as Technical Report No. 65, Cognitive Science Program, University of Michigan, June, 1984.

Meyer, D. E., & Gordon, P. C. Dependencies between rapid speech perception and production: Evidence for a shared sensory-motor timing mechanism. In H. Bouma & D. Bouwhuis (Eds.), Attention and performance X. London: Erlbaum, 1984.

Gordon, P. C., & Meyer, D. E. Perceptual-motor processing of phonetic features in speech. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 1984, 10, 153-178.

Meyer, D. E., & Gordon, P. C. Speech production: Motor programming of phonetic features. Journal of Language and Memory, 1985, 24, 3- 26.

Gordon, P. C., & Meyer, D. E. Hierarchical representation of spoken syllable order. In A. Allport, D. G. McKay, W. Prinz, & E. Scheerer (Eds.), Language perception and production: Relationships between listening, speaking, reading, and writing. New York: Academic Press, 1987.

Gordon, P. C., & Meyer, D. E. Control of serial order in rapidly spoken syllable sequences. Journal of Language and Memory, 1987, 26, 300-321.

Yaniv, I., Meyer, D. E., Gordon, P. C., Huff, C. A., & Sevald, C. A. Vowel similarity and syllable structure in motor programming of speech. Journal of Memory and Language, 1990, 28, 1-26.

Information-Processing Dynamics and Mental Chronometry

Mathews, M. V., Meyer, D. E., & Sternberg, S. Exploring the speed of mental processes. Bell Laboratories Record, 1975 (March), 148-156.

Meyer, D. E., & Irwin, D. E. On the time course of rapid information processing. (Abstract). Bulletin of The Psychonomic Society, 1981, 18(2), 68. Also distributed as Technical Report 43, Cognitive Science Program, University of Michigan, June, 1982.

Meyer, D. E., Osman, A. M., & Yantis, S. RT mixture distributions: Evidence for finite-state models of response preparation. (Abstract). Bulletin of The Psychonomic Society, 1982, 20 (3), 150.

Meyer, D. E., Yantis, S., Osman, A. M., & Smith, J. E. K. Discrete-state versus continuous models of response preparation. In J. Requin & S. Kornblum (Eds.), Preparatory states and processes. Hillsdale, N.J.: Erlbaum, 1984.

Kounios, J., Osman, A. M., & Meyer, D. E. Intermediate products of rapid semantic-memory retrieval. (Abstract). Bulletin of The Psychonomic Society, 1984, 22 (4), 279.

Goldberg, J. H., Meyer, D. E., Yantis, S., & Langolf, G. D. Temporal processing during the mental rotation of disoriented letters. In Mital, A. (Ed.), Advances in ergonomics/Human factors I. Amsterdam: North Holland, 1984.

Meyer, D. E., Yantis, S., Osman, A. M., & Smith, J. E. K. Temporal properties of rapid information processing: Tests of discrete versus continuous models. Cognitive Psychology, 1985, 17, 445-518.

Yantis, S. G., & Meyer, D. E. Dynamics of spreading activation in information processing. (Abstract). Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 1985, 24.

Osman, A. M., Kornblum, S., & Meyer, D. E. The point-of-no-return in choice reaction time: Controlled and ballistic stages of response preparation. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 1986, 12, 243-258.

Kounios, J., Osman, A. M., & Meyer, D. E. Structure and process in semantic memory: New evidence based on speed-accuracy decomposition. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 1987, 116, 3-25.

Meyer, D. E., Irwin, D. E., Osman, A. M., & Kounios, J. The dynamics of cognition and action: Mental processes inferred from speed-accuracy decomposition. Psychological Review, 1988, 95, 183-237.

Yantis, S. G., & Meyer, D. E. Dynamics of activation in semantic and episodic memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 1988, 117, 130-147.

Osman, A. M., Bashore, T. R., Coles, M. G. H., Donchin, E. & Meyer, D. E. A psychophysiological study of response preparation based on partial information. (Abstract). Psychophysiology, 1988, 25, 426.

Meyer, D. E., Osman, A. M., Irwin, D. E., & Yantis, S. Modern mental chronometry. Biological Psychology, 1988, 26, 3-67.

Osman, A. M., Bashore, T. R., Coles, M. G. H., Donchin, E., & Meyer, D. E. Response preparation based on partial information: Evidence from event-related motor potentials. (Abstract). Bulletin of The Psychonomic Society, 1989, 28.

Osman, A. M., Kornblum, S., & Meyer, D. E. Does motor programming necessitate response execution? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 1990, 16, 183-198.

Yantis, S. G., Meyer, D. E., & Smith, J. E. K. Analyses of multinomial mixture distributions: New tests for stochastic models of cognition and action. Psychological Bulletin, 1991, 110, 350-374.

Osman, A. M., Bashore, T. R., Coles, M. G. H., Donchin, E., & Meyer, D. E. On the transmission of partial information: Inferences from movement-related brain potentials. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 1992, 18, 217-232.

Movement Control and Perceptual-Motor Coordination

Meyer, D. E., Smith, J. E. K., & Wright, C. E. Models for the speed and accuracy of aimed movements. Psychological Review, 1982, 89, 449-482.

Wright, C. E., & Meyer, D. E. Sources of the linear speed-accuracy tradeoff in aimed movements. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1983, 35A, 279-296.

Abrams, R. A., Kornblum, S., Meyer, D. E., & Wright, C. E. Fitts' Law: Optimization of initial ballistic impulses for aimed movements. (Abstract). Bulletin of The Psychonomic Society, 1983, 21 (5), 335. Also distributed as Technical Report No. 69, Cognitive Science Program, University of Michigan, November, 1984.

Meyer, D. E., Abrams, R. A., Kornblum, S., Wright, C. E., & Smith, J. E. K. Optimality in human motor performance: Ideal control of rapid aimed movements. Psychological Review, 1988, 95, 340-370.

Abrams, R. A., Meyer, D. E., & Kornblum, S. The speed and accuracy of saccadic eye movements: Characteristics of impulse variability in the oculomotor system. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 1989, 15, 529-543.

Meyer, D. E., Smith, J. E. K., Kornblum, S., Abrams, R. A., & Wright, C. E. Speed-accuracy tradeoffs in aimed movements: Toward a theory of rapid voluntary action. In M. Jeannerod (Ed.), Attention and performance XIII. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1990.

Abrams, R. A., Meyer, D. E., & Kornblum, S. Eye-hand coordination: Oculomotor control in rapid aimed movements. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 1990, 16, 248-267.

Walker, P. N., Meyer, D. E., & Smelcer, J. B. Spatial and temporal characteristics of rapid cursor-positioning movements with electromechanical mice in human-computer interaction. Human Factors, 1993, 35, 400-430.

Wright, C. E., & Meyer, D. E. The delta-lamda model: Simple movement trajectories, yes; speed-accuracy tradeoffs, no. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 1997, 20, 324-325.

Learning and Skill Acquistion

Koh, K., & Meyer, D. E. Induction of continuous stimulus-response relations. In G. M. Olson & E. E. Smith (Eds.), Proceedings of the Eleventh Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 333-340). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1989.

Koh, K., & Meyer, D. E. Induction of relations between continuous stimulus and response dimensions. (Abstract). Bulletin of The Psychonomic Society, 1989, 28.

Koh, K., & Meyer, D. E. Induction of continous stimulus-response associations for perceptual-motor performance. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 1991, 17, 811-836.

Price, P. C., Meyer, D. E., & Koh, K. Multivariable function learning: Application of the adaptive regression model to intuitive physics. In J. Kruschke (Ed.), Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual Conference of The Cognitive Science Society (pp. 552-557). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1993.

Decision Making and Judgment

Miller, L., & Meyer, D. E. Decision effectiveness as a function of the structure and number of alternatives at a choice point. Proceedings of the 74th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association, 1966, 2, 25-26.

Meyer, D. E. Differential effects of knowledge of results and monetary reward upon optimal choice behavior under risk. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1967, 75, 520-524.

Meyer, D. E., & Coombs, C. H. Risk preference in coin-toss games. Proceedings of the 76th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association, 1968, 4, 55-56.

Miller, L., Meyer, D. E., & Lanzetta, J. T. Choice among equal expected-value alternatives: Sequential effects of winning probability level on risk preferences. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1969, 79, 419-423.

Coombs, C. H., & Meyer, D. E. Risk-preference in coin-toss games. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 1969, 6, 514-527.

Problem Solving and Creativity

Yaniv, I., & Meyer, D. E. Activation and metacognition of inaccessible stored information: Potential bases of incubation effects in problem solving. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 1987, 13, 187-205.

Meyer, D. E., Yaniv, I., & Davidson, N. Spreading activation and memory marking: Mechanisms for metacognition and mental incubation. (Abstract). Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 1988, 27.

Seifert, C. M., Meyer, D. E., Davidson, N., Patalano, A. J., & Yaniv, I. Demystification of cognitive insight: The prepared-mind perspective. In R. J. Sternberg & J. Davidson (Eds.), The nature of insight. Cambridge, MA: M.I.T. Press, 1994.

Yaniv, I., Meyer, D. E., & Davidson, N. S. Dynamic memory processes in retrieving answers to questions: Recall failures, judgments of knowing, and acquisition of information. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 1995, 21, 1509-1521.

Cognitive Style and Individual Differences

Dickman, S. K., & Meyer, D. E. Impulsivity and speed-accuracy tradeoffs in rapid information processing. (Abstract). Bulletin of The Psychonomic Society, 1987, 26.

Dickman, S. J., & Meyer, D. E. Impulsivity and speed-accuracy tradeoffs in information processing. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1988, 54, 274-290.

Glass, J., & Meyer, D. E. Impulsivity and neural noise in perceptual-motor performance. (Abstract). Bulletin of The Psychonomic Society, 1991, 29.

Cognitive Aging

Glass, J. M. B., Schumacher, E. H., Lauber, E. J., Zurbriggen, E. L., Gmeindl, L., Kieras, D. E., & Meyer, D. E. Aging and the psychological refractory period: Task-coordination strategies in young and old adults. Psychology and Aging, 2000, 15, 571-595.

Meyer, D. E., Glass, J. M., Mueller, S. T., Seymour, T. L., & Kieras, D. E. Executive-process interactive control: A unified computational theory for answering twenty questions (and more) about cognitive aging. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 2001, 13, 123-164.

Executive Cognitive Processes

Gehring, W. J., Coles, M. G. H., Meyer, D. E., & Donchin, E. The error-related negativity: An event-related brain potential accompanying errors. (Abstract). Psychophysiology, 27, S34, 1991.

Meyer, D. E., & Kieras, D. E. The PRP effect: Central bottleneck, perceptual-motor limitations, or task strategies? (Abstract). Bulletin of The Psychonomic Society, 1992, 30.

Gehring, W. J., Goss, B., Coles, M. G. H., Meyer, D. E., & Donchin, E. A neural system for error-detection and compensation. Psychological Science, 1993, 4, 385-390.

Gehring, W. J., Coles, M. G. H., Meyer, D. E., & Donchin, E. A brain potential manifestation of error-related processing. In G. Karmos, M. Molnar, V. Csepe, I. Czigler, & J. E. Desmedt (Eds.), Perspectives of event-related potentials research (pp. 261-272). New York: Elsevier Science, 1995.

Meyer, D. E., Kieras, D. E., Lauber, E., Schumacher, E., Glass, J., Zurbriggen, E., Gmeindl, L., & Apfelblat, D. Adaptive executive control: Flexible multiple-task performance without pervasive immutable response-selection bottlenecks. Acta Psychologica, 1995, 90, 163-190.

Schumacher, E. H., Lauber, E. J., Glass, J. M. B., Zurbriggen, E. L., Gmeindl, L., Kieras, D. E., & Meyer, D. E. Concurrent response-selection processes in dual-task performance: Evidence for adaptive executive control of task scheduling. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 1999, 25, 791-814.

Schumacher, E. H., Seymour, T. L., Glass, J. M., Fencsik, D., Lauber, E. J., Kieras, D. E., & Meyer, D. E. Virtually perfect time-sharing in dual-task performance: Uncorking the central cognitive bottleneck. Psychological Science, 2001, 12, 101-108.

Rubinstein, J. S., Meyer, D. E., & Evans, J. E. Executive control of cognitive processes in task switching. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 2001, 27, 763-797.

Unified Computational Theories of Cognition and Action

Kieras, D. E., & Meyer, D. E. The EPIC architecture for modeling human information-processing and performance: A brief introduction. EPIC Report No. 1 (TR-94/ONR-EPIC-1), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, April, 1994.

Meyer, D. E., & Kieras, D. E. EPIC computational models of psychological refractory-period effects in human multiple-task performance. EPIC Report No. 2 (TR-94/ONR-EPIC-2), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, June, 1994.

Wood, S. D., Kieras, D. E., & Meyer, D. E. An EPIC model for a high-performance HCI task. In Proceedings of The CHI'94 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 24-28). New York: Association of Computing Machinery, 1994.

Kieras, D. E., Wood, S. D., & Meyer, D. E. Predictive engineering models using the EPIC architecture for a high-performance task. In I. R. Katz, R. Mack, L. Marks, M. B. Rossan, & J. Nielsen (Eds.), Proceedings of The CHI'95 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 11-18). New York: Association of Computing Machinery, 1995.

Kieras, D. E., & Meyer, D. E. Predicting human performance in dual-task tracking and decision making with computational models using the EPIC architecture. In D. S. Alberts, D. Buede, T. Clark, R. Hayes, J. Hofmann, W. Round, S. Starr, & W. Vaughan (Eds.), Proceedings of The International Symposium on Command and Control Research and Technology (pp. 314-325). Washington, DC: National Defense University, 1995.

Kieras, D. E., & Meyer, D. E. The EPIC architecture: Computational models of human performance. In J. D. Moore & J. F. Lehman (Eds.), Proceedings of The 17th Annual Conference of The Cognitive Science Society (pp. 11-12). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1995.

Meyer, D. E., & Kieras, D. E. A computational theory of executive cognitive processes and multiple-task performance: Part 1. Basic mechanisms. Psychological Review, 1997, 104, 3-65.

Meyer, D. E., & Kieras, D. E. A computational theory of executive cognitive processes and multiple-task performance: Part 2. Accounts of psychological refractory-period phenomena. Psychological Review, 1997, 104, 749-791.

Kieras, D. E., Wood, S. D., & Meyer, D. E. Predictive engineering models based on the EPIC architecture for a multimodal high-performance human-computer interaction task. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, 1997, 4, 230-275.

Kieras, D. E., & Meyer, D. E. An overview of the EPIC architecture for cognition and performance with application to human-computer interaction. Human-Computer Interaction, 1997, 12, 391-438.

Meyer, D. E., & Kieras, D. E. Précis to a practical unified theory of cognition and action: Some lessons from computational modeling of human multiple-task performance. In D. Gopher & A. Koriat (Eds.), Attention and performance XVII (pp. 17-88). Cambridge, MA: M.I.T. Press, 1999.

Kieras, D. E., Meyer, D. E., Mueller, S., & Seymour, T. Insights into working memory from the perspective of the EPIC architecture for modeling skilled perceptual-motor and cognitive human performance. In A. Miyake & P. Shah (Eds.), Models of working memory: Mechanisms of active maintenance and executive control (pp. 183-223). New York: Cambridge University Press, 1999.

Kieras, D. E., & Meyer, D. E. The role of cognitive task analysis in the application of predictive models of human performance. In J. M. Schraagen, S. F. Chipman, & V. L. Shalin (Eds.), Cognitive task analysis (pp. 237-260). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2000.

Kieras, D. E., Meyer, D. E., Ballas, J. A., & Lauber, E. J. Modern computational perspectives on executive mental control: Where to from here? In S. Monsell & J. Driver (Eds.), Control of cognitive processes: Attention and performance XVIII (pp. 681-712). Cambridge, MA: M.I.T. Press, 2000.

Kieras, D. E., Meyer, D. E., & Ballas, J. Towards demystification of direct manipulation: Cognitive modeling charts the gulf of execution. Proceedings of The CHI'2001 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 128-135). New York: Association of Computing Machinery, 2001.

 

Manuscripts Submitted and Under Revision for Publication

Meyer, D. E., Evans, J. E., Lauber, E. J., Rubinstein, J., Gmeindl, L., Junck, L., & Koeppe, R. A. Activation of brain mechanisms for executive mental processes in cognitive task switching. Submitted to Science, currently under revision.

Mueller, S. T., Seymour, T. L., Kieras, D. E., & Meyer, D. E. Theoretical implications of articulatory duration, phonological similarity, and phonological complexity effects in verbal working memory. Submitted to Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance.

Rubinstein, J. S., Evans, J. E., & Meyer, D. E. The control of task switching in patients with prefrontal and parietal cortex damage. Submitted to Brain; currently under revision.

Price, P. C., Koh, K., & Meyer, D. E. Multivariate function learning: Perceptual-motor acquisition of a physical law. Submitted to Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, currently under revision.