Curriculum Vitae (Leah Hartman_Curriculum Vitae Spring 2017)
Hartman, L. S., Kil, I., Pagano, C. C., & Burg, T. (2016). Investigating haptic distance-to-break using linear and nonlinear materials in a simulated minimally invasive surgery task. Ergonomics, 59(9), 1171-1181.
Hartman, L.S., Day, B., & Pagano, C.C. (Submitted, in Revision Process). Ecological Psychology: A conceptual framework for inclusive design.
Day, B., Ebrahimi, E., Hartman, L.S., Pagano, C.C., & Babu, S.V. (Submitted). Calibration to Tool Use During Visually-Guided Reaching.
Hartman, L. S., Day, B., Kil, I., Pagano, C. C., & Burg, T. (2015). Modality Effects in Training Haptic Distance-To-Break in a Simulated Minimally Invasive Surgery Task. In J. Weast-Knapp, M. Malone, & D. Abney (Eds.). Studies in Perception and Action XIII. Proceedings from the Eighteenth International Conference on Perception and Action. (pp. 117-120). New York: Taylor and Francis Group.
Day, B., Hartman, L. S., & Pagano, C. C. (2015). The Perceived Preferred Critical Boundary as an Example of Gibson’s Margin of Safety. In J. Weast-Knapp, M. Malone, & D. Abney (Eds.). Studies in Perception and Action XIII. Proceedings from the Eighteenth International Conference on Perception and Action. (pp. 179-182). New York: Taylor and Francis Group.
Ebrahimi, E., Altenhoff, B., Hartman, L., Jones, A.J., Babu, S.V., Pagano, C.C., & Davis, T.A. (2014) Effects of visual and proprioceptive information in visuo-motor calibration during a closed-loop physical reach task in immersive virtual environments. In the Proceedings of the ACM International Symposium on Applied Perception (ACM SAP), 103-110, Vancouver, BC.
Long, L.O., Hartman, L., Pagano, C.C., Kil, I., Singapogu, R. & Burg (2014). Haptic Perception of Distance-To-Break for Compliant Tissues in a Surgical Simulator. Proceedings of the International Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 1984-1988, Chicago, IL, Oct 27-31, 2014.