Suspicion, Trust, and Automation
Technical Report,01 Jul 2014,08 Jan 2017
SRA INTERNATIONAL INC DAYTON OH DAYTON United States
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This final report provides an overview of research efforts performed under the Suspicion, Trust, and Automation research portfolio as well as detailed sections from one of several studies in three distinct research efforts. The first section examines predictors of state-level IT suspicion. The second section summarizes a conceptual demonstration and prototype development of a non-contact functional near-infrared spectroscopy fNIRS device. The final section focuses on a software engineers trust in reusable software code, specifically readability and organization.