Frank Ritter

Professor of Information Sciences and Technology, Psychology, Cognitive Science

Research Summary

Modeling effects of stress and behavior moderators on cognition within cognitive architectures.

Graduate Students

Huck Affiliations

Publication Tags

Learning Appointments And Schedules Simulation Cognition Caffeine Practice (Psychology) Model Data Storage Equipment Spreadsheets Minimally Invasive Surgical Procedures Mortality Gambling Interfaces (Computer) Social Networks Morbidity Graphical User Interfaces Participation Substrate Individual Differences Performance Ontology Modeling Factors Psychological Software

Most Recent Papers

Understanding strategy differences in a fault-finding task

Maik B. Friedrich, Frank Edward Ritter, 2020, Cognitive Systems Research on p. 133-150

Effects of Varied Surgical Simulation Training Schedules on Motor-Skill Acquisition

Frank E. Ritter, Martin K.C. Yeh, Yu Yan, Ka Chun Siu, Dmitry Oleynikov, 2019, Surgical Innovation on p. 68-80

Performance trends during sleep deprivation on a tilt-based control task

Jeffrey B. Bolkhovsky, Frank E. Ritter, Ki H. Chon, Michael Qin, 2018, Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance on p. 626-633

Fitting a model to behavior reveals what changes cognitively when under stress and with caffeine

Sue E. Kase, Frank Edward Ritter, Jeanette M. Bennett, Laura Klein, Michael Schoelles, 2017, Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures on p. 1-9

IGT-Open

Christopher L. Dancy, Frank E. Ritter, 2017, Behavior research methods on p. 972-978

Adaptive virtual reality training to optimize military medical skills acquisition and retention

Ka Chun Siu, Bradley J. Best, Jong Wook Kim, Dmitry Oleynikov, Frank E. Ritter, 2016, Military medicine on p. 214-220

Evaluating a range of learning schedules

Jaehyon Paik, Frank E. Ritter, 2016, Ergonomics on p. 276-290

Predicting user performance and learning in human-computer interaction with the herbal compiler

Jaehyon Paik, Jong W. Kim, Frank E. Ritter, David Reitter, 2015, ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction

Building social networks out of cognitive blocks

Changkun Zhao, Ryan Kaulakis, Jonathan H. Morgan, Jeremiah W. Hiam, Frank E. Ritter, Joesph Sanford, Geoffrey P. Morgan, 2015, Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory on p. 115-149

Learning, forgetting, and relearning for keystroke- and mouse-driven tasks

Jong Wook Kim, Frank E. Ritter, 2015, Human-Computer Interaction on p. 1-33

Most-Cited Papers

Caffeine and stress alter salivary α-amylase activity in young men

Laura C. Klein, Jeanette M. Bennett, Courtney A. Whetzel, Douglas A. Granger, Frank E. Ritter, 2010, Human Psychopharmacology on p. 359-367

CoJACK

Frank E. Ritter, Jennifer L. Bittner, Sue E. Kase, Rick Evertsz, Matteo Pedrotti, Paolo Busetta, 2012, Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures on p. 2-13

A preliminary model of participation for small groups

Jonathan H. Morgan, Geoffrey P. Morgan, Frank E. Ritter, 2010, Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory on p. 246-270

An intrinsically-motivated schema mechanism to model and simulate emergent cognition

Olivier L. Georgeon, Frank E. Ritter, 2012, Cognitive Systems Research on p. 73-92

Learning, forgetting, and relearning for keystroke- and mouse-driven tasks

Jong Wook Kim, Frank E. Ritter, 2015, Human-Computer Interaction on p. 1-33

Using a cognitive architecture with a physiological substrate to represent effects of a psychological stressor on cognition

Christopher L. Dancy, Frank E. Ritter, Keith A. Berry, Laura C. Klein, 2015, Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory on p. 90-114

Supporting activity modelling from activity traces

Olivier L. Georgeon, Alain Mille, Thierry Bellet, Benoit Mathern, Frank E. Ritter, 2012, Expert Systems on p. 261-275

Applying software engineering to agent development

Mark A. Cohen, Frank E. Ritter, Steven R. Haynes, 2010, AI Magazine on p. 25-44

Adaptive virtual reality training to optimize military medical skills acquisition and retention

Ka Chun Siu, Bradley J. Best, Jong Wook Kim, Dmitry Oleynikov, Frank E. Ritter, 2016, Military medicine on p. 214-220

Evaluating a range of learning schedules

Jaehyon Paik, Frank E. Ritter, 2016, Ergonomics on p. 276-290