Vsevolod Peysakhovich
Vsevolod Peysakhovich
Researcher at ISAE-SUPAERO, TMBI (Univ. Toulouse)
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Neural and psychophysiological correlates of human performance under stress and high mental workload
K Mandrick, V Peysakhovich, F Rémy, E Lepron, M Causse
Biological Psychology 121, 62-73, 2016
Mental workload and neural efficiency quantified in the prefrontal cortex using fNIRS
M Causse, Z Chua, V Peysakhovich, N Del Campo, N Matton
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-15, 2017
Automation Surprise in Aviation: Real-Time Solutions
F Dehais, V Peysakhovich, S Scannella, J Fongue, T Gateau
Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing …, 2015
Attribute-Driven Edge Bundling for General Graphs with Applications in Trail Analysis
V Peysakhovich, C Hurter, A Telea
Visualization Symposium (PacificVis), 2015 IEEE Pacific, 39 - 46, 2015
Frequency analysis of a task-evoked pupillary response: Luminance-independent measure of mental effort
V Peysakhovich, M Causse, S Scannella, F Dehais
International Journal of Psychophysiology 97 (1), 30-37, 2015
Pilot Flying and Pilot Monitoring’s Aircraft State Awareness During Go-Around Execution in Aviation: A Behavioral and Eye Tracking Study
F Dehais, J Behrend, V Peysakhovich, M Causse, CD Wickens
The International Journal of Aerospace Psychology 27 (1-2), 15-28, 2017
The Neuroergonomics of Aircraft Cockpits: The Four Stages of Eye-Tracking Integration to Enhance Flight Safety
V Peysakhovich, O Lefrançois, F Dehais, M Causse
Safety 4 (1), 8, 2018
The impact of luminance on tonic and phasic pupillary responses to sustained cognitive load
V Peysakhovich, F Vachon, F Dehais
International Journal of Psychophysiology 112, 40-45, 2017
EEG/ERP as a Measure of Mental Workload in a Simple Piloting Task
M Causse, E Fabre, L Giraudet, M Gonzalez, V Peysakhovich
Procedia Manufacturing 3, 5230-5236, 2015
High Working Memory Load Impairs Language Processing during a Simulated Piloting Task: An ERP and Pupillometry Study
M Causse, V Peysakhovich, EF Fabre
Journal: Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 10, 240, 2016
Pupil Diameter as a Measure of Cognitive Load during Auditory-visual Interference in a Simple Piloting Task
V Peysakhovich, F Dehais, M Causse
Procedia Manufacturing 3, 5199-5205, 2015
The role of pilots' monitoring strategies in flight performance
O Lefrancois, N Matton, Y Gourinat, V Peysakhovich, M Causse
European Association for Aviation Psychology Conference, 1-11, 2016
Scanpath visualization and comparison using visual aggregation techniques
V Peysakhovich, C Hurter
Journal of Eye Movement Research 10 (5), 1-14, 2018
Flight Eye Tracking Assistant (FETA): Proof of Concept
C Lounis, V Peysakhovich, M Causse
International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics, 739-751, 2019
Path Word: A Multimodal Password Entry Method for Ad-hoc Authentication Based on Digits' Shape and Smooth Pursuit Eye Movements
H Almoctar, P Irani, V Peysakhovich, C Hurter
Proceedings of the 20th ACM International Conference on Multimodal …, 2018
Assessment of Ocular and Physiological Metrics to Discriminate Flight Phases in Real Light Aircraft
S Scannella, V Peysakhovich, F Ehrig, E Lepron, F Dehais
Human factors 60 (7), 922-935, 2018
Design Requirements to Integrate Eye Trackers in Simulation Environments: Aeronautical Use Case
JP Imbert, C Hurter, V Peysakhovich, C Blättler, F Dehais, C Camachon
Intelligent Decision Technologies, 231-241, 2015
Study of pupil diameter and eye movements to enhance flight safety
V Peysakhovich
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Université de Toulouse, Toulouse, France, 2016
Attentional orienting in virtual reality using endogenous and exogenous cues in auditory and visual modalities
R Soret, P Charras, C Hurter, V Peysakhovich
Proceedings of the 11th ACM Symposium on Eye Tracking Research …, 2019
Intelligent cockpit: eye tracking integration to enhance the pilot-aircraft interaction
C Lounis, V Peysakhovich, M Causse
Proceedings of the 2018 ACM Symposium on Eye Tracking Research …, 2018
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