School of Psychology
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD (as Co-Supervisor) - email supervisor to discuss availability.
Daniel is an organisational psychologist and human factors researcher. His research focuses on predicting and preventing errors in high risk environments, including driving, cybersecurity and electrical power distribution. Daniel’s recent work has examined the relationships between cue-based processing, cognitive load, sustained attention, and performance in a range of technical domains. He has a particular focus on applied research, with the goal of developing assessment tools and interventions that can be used to assist industry partners in the selection, training and management of experienced personnel.
Date Position Institution name 2020 Lecturer University of Adelaide 2019 - 2020 Postdoctoral researcher Macquarie University
Date Institution name Country Title — Macquarie University Australia Combined PhD/Master Organisational Psychology — Macquarie University Australia Bachelor Psychology (Honours) — University of Newcastle Australia Australia Bachelor Arts
Year Citation 2021 Sturman, D., Wiggins, M. W., Helton, W. S., & Auton, J. C. (2021). The development and validation of a short-duration sustained visual search task for process control environments. Applied Ergonomics, 91, 103302.
2020 Sturman, D., Auton, J. C., & Thacker, J. (2020). Knowledge of Social Distancing Measures and Adherence to Restrictions during the COVID-19 Pandemic.. Health Promot J Austr.
2019 Sturman, D., Wiggins, M., Auton, J. C., & Loft, S. (2019). Cue Utilization Differentiates Resource Allocation during Sustained Attention Simulated Rail Control Tasks. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 25(3), 317-332.
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2019 Sturman, D., Wiggins, M. W., Auton, J. C., Loft, S., Helton, W. S., Westbrook, J. I., & Braithwaite, J. (2019). Control room operators’ cue utilization predicts cognitive resource consumption during regular operational tasks. Frontiers in Psychology, 10(AUG), 1967-1-1967-9.
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2019 Sturman, D., Wiggins, M., Auton, J., & William, H. (2019). Cue Utilisation Predicts Control Room Operators’
Performance in a Sustained Visual Search Task. Ergonomics, 63(1), 13 pages.
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2019 Yuris, N., Wiggins, M. W., Auton, J., Gaicon, L., & Sturman, D. (2019). Higher cue utilization in driving supports improved driving performance and more effective visual search behaviors. Journal of Safety Research, 71, 59-66.
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2019 Brooks, K. R., Keen, E., Sturman, D., Mond, J., Stevenson, R. J., & Stephen, I. D. (2019). Muscle and fat aftereffects and the role of gender: Implications for body image disturbance. British Journal of Psychology, 111(4), 742-761.
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2019 Sturman, D., & Wiggins, M. W. (2019). Drivers' cue utilization predicts cognitive resource consumption during a simulated driving scenario. Human Factors, 1-13.
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2019 Stephen, I. D., Hunter, K., Sturman, D., Mond, J., Stevenson, R. J., & Brooks, K. R. (2019). Experimental manipulation of visual attention affects body size adaptation but not body dissatisfaction. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 52(1), 79-87.
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2018 Stephen, I., Sturman, D., Stevenson, R., Mond, J., & Brooks, K. (2018). Visual attention mediates the relationship between body satisfaction and susceptibility to the body size adaptation effect. PLoS ONE, 13(1), e0189855.
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2017 Sturman, D., Stephen, I., Mond, J., Stevenson, R., & Brooks, K. (2017). Independent Aftereffects of Fat and Muscle: Implications for neural encoding, body space representation, and body image disturbance. Scientific Reports, 7(1), 40392.
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2015 Bower, M., & Sturman, D. (2015). What are the educational affordances of wearable technologies?. Computers and Education, 88, 343-353.
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— Brooks, K. R., Sturman, D., & Gwinn, O. S. (n.d.). Shining a Light on Race: Contrast and Assimilation Effects in the Perception of Skin Tone and Racial Typicality. Frontiers in Psychology, 11.
Year Citation 2020 Bayl-Smith, P., Sturman, D., & Wiggins, M. (2020). Cue utilization, phishing feature and phishing email detection. In M. Bernhard, A. Bracciali, L. J. Camp, S. Matsuo, A. Maurushat, P. B. Rønne, & M. Sala (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) FC Conference Proceedings Vol. 12063 LNCS (pp. 56-70). Switzerland: Springer Nature.
2019 Sturman, D., & Wiggins, M. (2019). The Role of Cue Utilization during a Simulated Driving Scenario. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting Vol. 63 (pp. 848-852). online: Sage.
2019 Auton, J. C., Wiggins, M., & Sturman, D. (2019). The Relationship between Visual and Auditory Cue Utilization. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting Vol. 63 (pp. 843-847). online: Sage.
2018 Sturman, D., Wiggins, M. W., Auton, J. C., & Loft, S. (2018). Cue Utilization Predicts Resource Allocation during Rail Control Simulations: A NIRS Study. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting Vol. 62 (pp. 726-730). online: Sage.
2016 Bower, M., Sturman, D., & Alvarez, V. (2016). Perceived utility and feasibility of wearable technologies in higher education. In 15th World Conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning, mLearn 2016 (pp. 49-56). Sydney, Australia: UTS.
Year Citation 2016 Brooks, K. R., Sturman, D., Mond, J., Stevenson, R., & Stephen, I. (2016). The Neural Encoding of Bodies along the Dimensions of Fat and Muscle. Poster session presented at the meeting of PERCEPTION. SAGE PUBLICATIONS LTD.
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