J. Stephen Higgins
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Differential parahippocampal and retrosplenial involvement in three types of visual scene recognition
RA Epstein, JS Higgins
Cerebral Cortex 17 (7), 1680-1693, 2007
1732007
Learning places from views: variation in scene processing as a function of experience and navigational ability
RA Epstein, JS Higgins, SL Thompson-Schill
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 17 (1), 73-83, 2005
1662005
Visual scene processing in familiar and unfamiliar environments
RA Epstein, JS Higgins, K Jablonski, AM Feiler
Journal of neurophysiology 97 (5), 3670-3683, 2007
1582007
Nicotine enhances contextual fear conditioning in C57BL/6J mice at 1 and 7 days post-training
TJ Gould, JS Higgins
Neurobiology of learning and memory 80 (2), 147-157, 2003
1342003
Detecting and quantifying mind wandering during simulated driving
CL Baldwin, DM Roberts, D Barragan, JD Lee, N Lerner, JS Higgins
Frontiers in human neuroscience 11, 406, 2017
1042017
Cortical correlates of face and scene inversion: a comparison
RA Epstein, JS Higgins, W Parker, GK Aguirre, S Cooperman
Neuropsychologia 44 (7), 1145-1158, 2006
1012006
Asleep at the wheel—the road to addressing drowsy driving
JS Higgins, J Michael, R Austin, T Ĺkerstedt, H Van Dongen, N Watson, ...
Sleep 40 (2), 2017
532017
Evidence-based guidelines for fatigue risk management in emergency medical services
PD Patterson, JS Higgins, HPA Van Dongen, DJ Buysse, RW Thackery, ...
Prehospital emergency care 22 (sup1), 89-101, 2018
482018
Effect of fatigue training on safety, fatigue, and sleep in emergency medical services personnel and other shift workers: a systematic review and meta-analysis
LK Barger, MS Runyon, ML Renn, CG Moore, PM Weiss, JP Condle, ...
Prehospital emergency care 22 (sup1), 58-68, 2018
462018
Effects of napping during shift work on sleepiness and performance in emergency medical services personnel and similar shift workers: a systematic review and meta-analysis
C Martin-Gill, LK Barger, CG Moore, JS Higgins, EM Teasley, PM Weiss, ...
Prehospital emergency care 22 (sup1), 47-57, 2018
372018
Shorter versus longer shift durations to mitigate fatigue and fatigue-related risks in emergency medical services personnel and related shift workers: a systematic review
PD Patterson, MS Runyon, JS Higgins, MD Weaver, EM Teasley, ...
Prehospital Emergency Care 22 (sup1), 28-36, 2018
282018
Systematic review and meta-analysis of the effects of caffeine in fatigued shift workers: implications for emergency medical services personnel
JL Temple, D Hostler, C Martin-Gill, CG Moore, PM Weiss, DJ Sequeira, ...
Prehospital emergency care 22 (sup1), 37-46, 2018
242018
Reliability and validity of survey instruments to measure work-related fatigue in the emergency medical services setting: a systematic review
PD Patterson, MD Weaver, A Fabio, EM Teasley, ML Renn, BR Curtis, ...
Prehospital Emergency Care 22 (sup1), 17-27, 2018
242018
Evaluating driver drowsiness countermeasures
JG Gaspar, TL Brown, CW Schwarz, JD Lee, J Kang, JS Higgins
Traffic injury prevention 18 (sup1), S58-S63, 2017
242017
Visual direction constancy across eyeblinks
JS Higgins, DE Irwin, RF Wang, LE Thomas
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 71 (7), 1607-1617, 2009
212009
Evidence-based guidelines for fatigue risk management in EMS: formulating research questions and selecting outcomes
PD Patterson, JS Higgins, ES Lang, MS Runyon, LK Barger, JR Studnek, ...
Prehospital Emergency Care 21 (2), 149-156, 2017
202017
Systematic review methodology for the fatigue in emergency medical services project
PD Patterson, JS Higgins, PM Weiss, E Lang, C Martin-Gill
Prehospital Emergency Care 22 (sup1), 9-16, 2018
192018
Mind wandering while driving: What does it mean and what do we do about it?
N Lerner, C Baldwin, JS Higgins, J Lee, J Schooler
Proceedings of the human factors and ergonomics society annual meeting 59 (1 …, 2015
142015
Effect of task load interventions on fatigue in emergency medical services personnel and other shift workers: a systematic review
JR Studnek, AE Infinger, ML Renn, PM Weiss, JP Condle, KL Flickinger, ...
Prehospital Emergency Care 22 (sup1), 81-88, 2018
132018
Does implementation of biomathematical models mitigate fatigue and fatigue-related risks in emergency medical services operations? A systematic review
FO James, LB Waggoner, PM Weiss, PD Patterson, JS Higgins, ES Lang, ...
Prehospital emergency care 22 (sup1), 69-80, 2018
132018
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