Favorite Publications (2006 and earlier)
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Altmann, E. M., & Gray, W. D. (2002). Forgetting to remember: The functional relationship of decay and interference. Psychological Science, 13(1), 27-33.
Fu, W.-T., & Gray, W. D. (2006). Suboptimal tradeoffs in information seeking. Cognitive Psychology, 52(3), 195-242.
Fu, W.-t., & Gray, W. D. (2004). Resolving the paradox of the active user: Stable suboptimal performance in interactive tasks. Cognitive Science, 28(6), 901-935.
Gray, W. D. (2007). Composition and control of integrated cognitive systems. In W. D. Gray (Ed.), Integrated models of cognitive systems (pp. 3-12). New York: Oxford University Press.
Gray, W. D. (2002). Simulated task environments: The role of high-fidelity simulations, scaled worlds, synthetic environments, and microworlds in basic and applied cognitive research. Cognitive Science Quarterly 2(2), 205-227.
Gray, W. D. (2000). The nature and processing of errors in interactive behavior. Cognitive Science, 24(2), 205-248.
Gray, W. D., & Boehm-Davis, D. A. (2000). Milliseconds Matter: An introduction to microstrategies and to their use in describing and predicting interactive behavior. Journal of Experiment Psychology: Applied, 6(4), 322-335.
Gray, W. D., & Fu, W.-T. (2004). Soft constraints in interactive behavior: The case of ignoring perfect knowledge in-the-world for imperfect knowledge in-the-head. Cognitive Science, 28(3), 359-382.
Gray, W. D., John, B. E., & Atwood, M. E. (1993). Project Ernestine: Validating GOMS for predicting and explaining real-world task performance. Human Computer Interaction., 8(3), 237-309.
Gray, W. D., Neth, H., & Schoelles, M. J. (2006). The functional task environment. In A. Kramer, A. Kirlik & D. Wiegman (Eds.), Attention: From theory to practice (pp. 100-118). New York: Oxford University Press.
Gray, W. D., & Orasanu, J. (1987). Transfer of learning: Contemporary research and applications. In S. Cormier & J. Hagman (Eds.), Transfer of training (pp. 183–215). San Diego, CA, USA: Academic Press.
Gray, W. D., & Salzman, M. C. (1998). Damaged merchandise? A review of experiments that compare usability evaluation methods. Human-Computer Interaction, 13(3), 203-261
Gray, W. D., Schoelles, M. J., & Sims, C. R. (2005). Adapting to the task environment: Explorations in expected value. Cognitive Systems Research, 6(1), 27-40.
Gray, W. D., Sims, C. R., Fu, W.-T., & Schoelles, M. J. (2006). The soft constraints hypothesis: A rational analysis approach to resource allocation for interactive behavior. Psychological Review, 113(3) 461-482.
Kirschenbaum, S. S., Gray, W. D., Ehret, B. D., & Miller, S. L. (1996). When using the tool interferes with doing the task. In M. J. Tauber (Ed.), Conference companion of the ACM CHI'96 Conference Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 203-204). New York: ACM Press