Angelica Jasper

Angelica Jasper
Iowa State University | ISU · Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering

Master of Science

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Introduction
I am a PhD student in Human Computer Interaction within Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering at Iowa State University. My research focuses on understanding individual differences in cybersickness susceptibility and recovery, as well as how it pertains to human performance within virtual and augmented reality.

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This study explored the impact of task workload on virtual reality (VR) cybersickness. Cybersickness is a negative side effect of using VR to which many users are susceptible. Previous research on the impact on task workload on cybersickness has yielded no consistent relationships, but given that task workload requires attentional resources, it is...
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Characteristics of a virtual reality user are known to affect cybersickness, but the specific role of individual differences, such as personality, is largely unknown. This study addressed this gap through examination of subjective recall survey data relating to experiences in virtual reality, including severity of cybersickness symptoms, cybersickn...
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Characteristics of a virtual reality user are known to affect cybersickness, but the specific role of individual differences, such as personality, is largely unknown. This study addressed this gap through examination of subjective recall survey data relating to experiences in virtual reality, including severity of cybersickness symptoms, cybersickn...
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As businesses and institutions have adapted to social distance requirements resulting from the pandemic, behavioral researchers working with innovative technology have been similarly challenged. For this research, in-lab studies were abruptly modified to become controlled studies in the wild. Disruptions came from the requirement to share experimen...
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The purpose of this study was to explore demographic differences in health personality. Data consisted of 3907 participants, 65 years and older. Multivariate analysis of variance with post hoc testing revealed women had higher health neuroticism scores than men, but men had higher health extraversion scores than women. Those married reported higher...
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This paper describes the requirements and overall design of a testbed for a human-agent team. A robust, flexible testbed will enable researchers to evaluate the effectiveness of human-agent teaming concepts and issues. In the testbed, MazeWorld, multiple agents play different roles in which tasks are interdependent. Each role can be served by a hum...
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Virtual reality (VR) usage continues to grow, but visually induced motion sickness (VIMS) can decrease VR effectiveness for some users. This study seeks to compare methods of VIMS mitigation and explore sickness among gender and video game experience groups. Participant discomfort and early dropout are problems for studies that involve virtual envi...
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The purpose of this research was to develop a brief assessment of health personality, defined as a set of individual dispositions that are directly related to health. In Study 1, an initial pool of items was developed with 615 older adults, 65 years of age and older. The scale was reduced to a 15-item version for use in applied health care settings...
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Growing social and economic inequalities in the United States have been accompanied by shifts in family structure. Social and demographic changes may make multigenerational family ties (e.g., between grandparents, parents, and children) an even more important contributor than ever in perpetuating inequality. The family life course framework, which...

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