Prof David Peebles
Prof David Peebles
Professor of Cognitive Science, University of Huddersfield
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Effectiveness of immersive virtual reality in surgical training—a randomized control trial
Y Pulijala, M Ma, M Pears, D Peebles, A Ayoub
Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 76 (5), 1065-1072, 2018
A new machine learning model based on induction of rules for autism detection
F Thabtah, D Peebles
Health informatics journal 26 (1), 264-286, 2020
Modeling the effect of task and graphical representation on response latency in a graph reading task
D Peebles, PCH Cheng
Human factors 45 (1), 28-46, 2003
Early autism screening: a comprehensive review
F Thabtah, D Peebles
International journal of environmental research and public health 16 (18), 3502, 2019
A machine learning autism classification based on logistic regression analysis
F Thabtah, N Abdelhamid, D Peebles
Health information science and systems 7, 1-11, 2019
An innovative virtual reality training tool for orthognathic surgery
Y Pulijala, M Ma, M Pears, D Peebles, A Ayoub
International journal of oral and maxillofacial surgery 47 (9), 1199-1205, 2018
Modelling Performance in the Sustained Attention to Response Task.
D Peebles, D Bothell
ICCM, 231-236, 2004
The effect of gestalt laws of perceptual organization on the comprehension of three-variable bar and line graphs
N Ali, D Peebles
Human factors 55 (1), 183-203, 2013
Sorting preference in children with autism: The dominance of concrete features
D Ropar, D Peebles
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 37, 270-280, 2007
Thirty Years After Marr's Vision: Levels of Analysis in Cognitive Science
D Peebles, RP Cooper
Topics in cognitive science 7 (2), 187-190, 2015
Beyond single‐level accounts: The role of cognitive architectures in cognitive scientific explanation
RP Cooper, D Peebles
Topics in cognitive science 7 (2), 243-258, 2015
Dementia medical screening using mobile applications: A systematic review with a new mapping model
F Thabtah, D Peebles, J Retzler, C Hathurusingha
Journal of Biomedical Informatics 111, 103573, 2020
Spaces or scenes: Map-based orientation in urban environments
C Davies, D Peebles
Spatial Cognition & Computation 10 (2-3), 135-156, 2010
Isovists for orientation: Can space syntax help us predict directional confusion
C Davies, R Mora, D Peebles
Proceedings of the space syntax and spatial cognition workshop, spatial …, 2006
Effects of geometry, landmarks and orientation strategies in the ‘drop-off’orientation task
D Peebles, C Davies, R Mora
Spatial Information Theory: 8th International Conference, COSIT 2007 …, 2007
Extending task analytic models of graph-based reasoning: A cognitive model of problem solving with Cartesian graphs in ACT-R/PM
D Peebles, PCH Cheng
Cognitive Systems Research 3 (1), 77-86, 2002
Expert interpretation of bar and line graphs: The role of graphicacy in reducing the effect of graph format
D Peebles, N Ali
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1673, 2015
The effect of emergent features on judgments of quantity in configural and separable displays.
D Peebles
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 14 (2), 85, 2008
Differences in comprehensibility between three-variable bar and line graphs
D Peebles, N Ali
Proceedings of the thirty-first annual conference of the cognitive science …, 2009
Graph-based reasoning: From task analysis to cognitive explanation
D Peebles, PCH Cheng
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 23 (23), 2001
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