Edin Sabic

Edin Sabic
New Mexico State University | NMSU · Department of Psychology

PhD Experimental Psychology

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Hello and welcome to my ResearchGate! My research broadly encompasses human-computer interaction, perception, and human factors. Most recently I have been investigating how to use eye tracking data as input for machine learning models. Find my personal website here: edinsabic.com

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Publications (25)
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Warnings are integral to ensuring the safe operation of a vehicle. The use of auditory alerts and warnings has the potential to alleviate drivers' workload, increase drivers' situation awareness, and facilitate efficient and safe driving. The present study assessed the ability of individuals to react to auditory warnings. The warnings took the form...
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Assistance driving systems aim to facilitate human behavior and increase safety on the road. These systems comprise common systems such as forward collision warning systems, lane deviation warning systems, and even park assistance systems. Warning systems can communicate with the driver through various modalities, but auditory warnings have the adv...
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Objective The effectiveness of three types of in-vehicle warnings was assessed in a driving simulator across different noise conditions. Background Although there has been much research comparing different types of warnings in auditory displays and interfaces, many of these investigations have been conducted in quiet laboratory environments with...
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Missing a message from an in-vehicle device can range in severity from annoying at best to dangerous at worst. The in-cab auditory environment can vary spontaneously, making some volume levels too loud while rendering others too quiet. It is in the best interest of system designers, both from a safety and user experience perspective, to ensure that...
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Speech comprehension is often thought of as an entirely auditory process, but both normal hearing and hearing-impaired individuals sometimes use visual attention to disambiguate speech, particularly when it is difficult to hear. Many studies have investigated how visual attention (or the lack thereof) impacts the perception of simple speech sounds...
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Understanding people when they are speaking seems to be an activity that we do only with our ears. Why, then, do we usually look at the face of the person we are listening to? Could it be that our eyes are also involved in understanding speech? We designed an experiment in which we asked people to try to comprehend speech in different listening con...
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The application of machine learning algorithms to healthcare data can enhance patient care while also reducing healthcare worker cognitive load. These algorithms can be used to detect anomalous physiological readings, potentially leading to expedited emergency response or new knowledge about the development of a health condition. However, while the...
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Objective The present study investigated the design of spatially oriented auditory collision-warning signals to facilitate drivers’ responses to potential collisions. Background Prior studies on collision warnings have mostly focused on manual driving. It is necessary to examine the design of collision warnings for safe takeover actions in semi-au...
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High Performance Computing (HPC) clusters can serve as a catalyst for university research by providing powerful computational resources. Equilibrium between available computing resources and user demand is a prerequisite for an economical and efficient HPC cluster. While use of the New Mexico State University HPC cluster, Discovery, is growing, the...
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An Activity Theory framework was applied in investigating the pressing issue of Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) integration into the National Airspace System. As stated in the FAA’s UAS Operational Approval policy notice, the UAS pilot and/or crew are collectively responsible for successfully exercising see-and-avoid duties. To describe how this is...
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Human trust in automation is widely studied because the level of trust influences the effectiveness of the system (Muir, 1994). It is vital to examine the role that the people play and how they interact with the system (Hoff & Bashir, 2015). In the decision-making literature, an interesting phenomenon is the description-experience gap, with a typic...
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The present study examined aspects of a type of auditory feedback that aims at making interactions with menus more efficient. Specifically, manipulations were made to the auditory counterparts of common computer commands and unrelated words to examine identification performance. By investigating the point at which sped-up versions of text-to-speech...
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The current study aimed to examine the relationships between movement and resting pain intensity, pain-related distress, and psychological distress in participants scheduled for total knee arthroplasty (TKA). This study examined the impact of anxiety, depression, and pain catastrophizing on the relationship between pain intensity and pain-related d...

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