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10.1177_0018720820901957.pdf.jpg28-Jan-2020Absence of DOA Effect but No Proper Test of the Lumberjack Effect: A Reply to Jamieson and Skraaning (2019)Wickens, Christopher D.; Onnasch, Linda; Sebok, Angelina; Manzey, Dietrich-
onnasch_roesler.pdf.jpg20-Nov-2019Anthropomorphizing Robots: The Effect of Framing in Human-Robot CollaborationOnnasch, Linda; Roesler, Eileen-
onnasch_linda.pdf.jpg14-Apr-2015Benefits and costs of automation supportOnnasch, Linda-
Manzey_et_al_2012.pdf.jpg2012Human Performance Consequences of Automated Decision AidsManzey, Dietrich; Reichenbach, Juliane; Onnasch, Linda-
Reichenbach_et_al_2011.pdf.jpg2011Human Performance Consequences of Automated Decision Aids in States of Sleep LossReichenbach, Juliane; Onnasch, Linda; Manzey, Dietrich-
Onnasch_et_al_2013.pdf.jpg2013Human Performance Consequences of Stages and Levels of Automation: An Integrated Meta-AnalysisOnnasch, Linda; Wickens, Christopher D.; Li, Huiyang; Manzey, Dietrich-
Roesler_etal_meta-analysis_2021_Cover.pdf.jpg8-Sep-2021A meta-analysis on the effectiveness of anthropomorphism in human-robot interactionRoesler, Eileen; Manzey, Dietrich; Onnasch, Linda-
Reichenbach_et_al_2010.pdf.jpg2010Misuse of Automation: The Impact of System Experience on Complacency and Automation Bias in Interaction with Automated AidsReichenbach, Juliane; Onnasch, Linda; Manzey, Dietrich-
Onnasch_etal_Operators_2014.pdf.jpg13-May-2014Operators׳ adaptation to imperfect automation – Impact of miss-prone alarm systems on attention allocation and performanceOnnasch, Linda; Ruff, Stefan; Manzey, Dietrich-
Onnasch_et_al_2016.pdf.jpg2012Operators’ Adaption to Unreliability of Alarm Systems: A Performance and Eye-Tracking AnalysisOnnasch, Linda; Ruff, Stefan; Manzey, Dietrich-
roesler_onnasch_2020.pdf.jpg6-May-2020Teammitglied oder Werkzeug – Der Einfluss anthropomorpher Gestaltung in der Mensch-Roboter-InteraktionRoesler, Eileen; Onnasch, Linda-
Roesler_etal_Why_2022.pdf.jpg24-Jan-2022Why context matters: The influence of application domain on preferred degree of anthropomorphism and gender attribution in human–robot interactionRoesler, Eileen; Naendrup-Poell, Lara; Manzey, Dietrich; Onnasch, Linda-