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Marciano, H., & Setter, P. (In Press). The effect of billboard design specifications on driving: A preliminary study. Accident Analysis & Prevention.

Marciano, H., & Yeshurun, Y. (2017). Large inter-individual and intra-individual variability in the effect of perceptual load. PloS one, 12(4), e0175060.

Marciano, H., &Yeshurun, Y. (2015). Perceptual load in different regions of the visual scene and its relevance for driving. Human Factors: The Journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 57(4), 701-716.

Marciano, H., Setter, P., & Norman, J. (2015). Overt vs. covert speed cameras in combination with delayed vs. immediate feedback to the offender. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 79, 231-240.

Yeshurun, Y., & Marciano, H. (2013). Degraded stimulus visibility and the effects of perceptual load on distractor interference. Frontiers in psychology, 4

Marciano, H., &Yeshurun, Y. (2012). Perceptual load in central and peripheral regions and its effects on driving performance: Advertising billboards. Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation, 41, 3181-3188.

Marciano, H., &Yeshurun, Y. (2012) Perceptual load in central and peripheral regions and its effects on driving performance with and without collision avoidance warning system. Proceeding of Driving Simulation Conference 2012, Paris France

Marciano, H., &Yeshurun, Y. (2011). The effects of perceptual load in central and peripheral regions of the visual field. Visual Cognition, 19(3), 367-391.

Marciano, H. & Setter, P. (2016). The effect of billboard design specifications on driving – Final Report. Institute of Information Processing and Decision Making, IIPDM Technical Report (in Hebrew).

Marciano, H. & Setter, P. (2016). Developing optimal markings for crosswalks - Final report. Institute of Information Processing and Decision Making, IIPDM Technical Report (in Hebrew).

Marciano, H. & Setter, P. (2016). Intelligent speed adaptation systems in the fight against road accidents. Institute of Information Processing and Decision Making, IIPDM Technical Report (in Hebrew).

Marciano, H. & Setter, P. (2016). Developing a cognitive test for assessing fatigue level among professional drivers – Literature review. Institute of Information Processing and Decision Making, IIPDM Technical Report (in Hebrew).

Marciano, H. & Setter, P. (2015). The effect of billboard design specifications on driving – Interim Report. Institute of Information Processing and Decision Making, IIPDM Technical Report (in Hebrew).

Norman, J., Setter, P., & Marciano, H. (2014). Automatic enforcement methods: Overt versus covert speed cameras and the best conditions for their implementation - Final. Institute of Information Processing and Decision Making, IIPDM Technical Report (in Hebrew).

Norman, J., Setter, P., & Marciano, H. (2014). The effect of billboard design specifications on driving – Interim Report. Institute of Information Processing and Decision Making, IIPDM Technical Report (in Hebrew).

Norman, J., Hel-Or, H., Setter, P., & Marciano, H. (2012). Developing a visual transparency tool for improving INTERNET navigation – a human factors approach. Institute of Information Processing and Decision Making, IIPDM Technical Report (in Hebrew).

Norman, J., Setter, P., & Marciano, H. (2012). Automatic enforcement methods: Overt versus covert speed cameras and the best conditions for their implementation. Institute of Information Processing and Decision Making, IIPDM Technical Report (in Hebrew).

Marciano, H., Setter, P., Norman, J., & Shimoni, A. (2011). The efficiency of MLD-Multi Layer Display in tactical displays. Institute of Information Processing and Decision Making, IIPDM Technical Report (in Hebrew).

Elias, W., Asi, N., Elias, E., Marciano, H., & Toledo, T. (2011). Driving under the influence of the Hookah (Nargila). A report submitted to Ran Naor Foundation.

Setter, P., Hel-Or, H., Marciano, H. & Norman, J. (2009). Exploring the efficiency of different kinds of zoom tools in tracking task. Institute of Information Processing and Decision Making, IIPDM Technical Report (in Hebrew).

Marciano, H., Dahan, E., Setter, P., & Norman, J. (2008). Shifts duration in command and control tasks: Radar and observation. Institute of Information Processing and Decision Making, IIPDM Technical Report (in Hebrew).

Setter, P., Marciano, H., Lipkin-Goldberg, M., &; Norman, J. (2008). An examination of SAR image interpretation aids: Magnification and an information window. A report submitted to Air Force Research Laboratory, Warfighter Interface Division, Cognitive Systems Branch, U.S.A.

Setter, P., Norman, J., Marciano, H., & Lipkin-Goldberg, M. (2008). An examination of SAR image interpretation aids: Magnification and an information window. Institute of Information Processing and Decision Making, IIPDM Technical Report (in Hebrew).

Setter, P., Marciano, H., Norman, J. & Hovev, M. (2007). The effects of the reliability of an automatic target recognition system on image analyst performance. Proceeding of the European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics 2007 (ECCE 2007), 299-300.

Setter, P., Marciano, H., Norman, J. & Hovev, M. (2007). The effects of time limitations on target identification. Proceeding of the European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics 2007 (ECCE 2007), 301-302.

Setter, P., Marciano, H., Lipkin-Goldberg, M., & Norman, J. (2007). Eye movements of observers - comparison and longitudinal study. Institute of Information Processing and Decision Making, IIPDM Technical Report (in Hebrew).

Setter, P., Norman, J., Lipkin-Goldberg, M., & Marciano, H. (2006). Encoding and displaying ATR designations in SAR images. A report submitted to Air Force Research Laboratory, Warfighter Interface Division, Cognitive Systems Branch, U.S.A.

Liphshitz, R., & Marciano, H. (2006). Natural decision making - literature survey. Institute of Information Processing and Decision Making, IIPDM Technical Report (in Hebrew).

Messer, A., Bar, S., Marciano, H., & Lipkin-Goldberg, M. (2006). Command and control rooms - ergonomics aspects. IIPDM Technical Report (in Hebrew).

Bar, S., Lipkin, M., Marciano, H., Ben-Naftali, I., Norman, J., & Settter P. (2005). Interactive displays and aids for command and control rooms. Institute of Information Processing and Decision Making, IIPDM Technical Report (in Hebrew).

Papkov, L., Norman, J., Marciano, H., & Trousil, T. (2004). Human factors analysis of different types of input devices in tracking tasks, Institute of Information Processing and Decision Making, IIPDM Technical Report (in Hebrew).

Setter, P., & Marciano, H. (2004). The effect of ATR on target recognition of SAR images - Experiment, Institute of Information Processing and Decision Making, IIPDM Technical Report (in Hebrew).

Setter, P., Norman, J., & Marciano, H. (2004). The effect of time limitation on target identification, Institute of Information Processing and Decision Making, IIPDM Technical Report (in Hebrew).

Setter, P., Norman, J., & Marciano, H. (2002). Target detection stereoscopic FLIR image, Institute of Information Processing and Decision Making, IIPDM Technical Report (in Hebrew).

Setter, P., & Marciano, H. (2001). The effect of ATR on target recognition of SAR images, Institute of Information Processing and Decision Making, IIPDM Technical Report (in Hebrew).

     

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