*SHOT Lab members in bold
Behneman, A., Berka, C., Stevens, R., Vila, B., Tan, V., Galloway, T., Johnson, R., & Raphael, G. (2012) Neurotechnology to accelerate learning: during marksmanship training. IEEE Pulse 3(1), 60-63. doi:10.1109/MPUL.2011.2175641.
Charles, L.E., Slaven, J.E., Mnatsakanova, A., Ma, C., Violanti, J.M., Fekedulegn, D., Andrew, M.E., Vila, B., & Burchfiel, C.M. (2011) Association of perceived stress with sleep duration and sleep quality in police officers. International Journal of Emergency Mental Health 13(4), 229-242.
Forsman, P.M., Vila, B., Short, R.A., Mott, C.G., & Van Dongen, H.P.A. (2013) Efficient driver drowsiness detection at moderate levels of drowsiness. Accident Analysis and Prevention 50, 341-350.
Graaumans, M.J., Jackson, M.L., Belenky, G., Vila, B. & Van Dongen, H.P.A. (2010) Time on task effect in reaction times during a simulated driving task. Sleep-Wake Research in the Netherlands 21, 73-76.
Gunzelmann, G., James, S. M., & Caldwell, J. (2019). Basic and applied science interactions in fatigue understanding and risk mitigation. In H. P. Van Dongen, P. Whitney, J. M. Hinson, K. A. Honn, & M. W. Chee (Eds.), Progress in Brain Research Volume 246: Sleep Deprivation and Cognition(pp. 177-204). Cambridge, MA: Academic Press.
James, L., & James, S.M. (2017) Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) metrics: a novel method of measuring police performance during encounters with people in crisis. Mental Health Addiction Research 2(4), 2-4.
James, L., James, S. M., & Dotson, E. (In Press). Using Interval-Level Metrics to Investigate Situational, Suspect, and Officer-Level Predictors of Police Performance During Encounters with the Public. Police Quarterly.
James, L., James, S.M., & Vila, B. (2017) Does the “reverse racism effect” withstand the test of police officer fatigue? Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management 40(2), 184-196. doi:10.1108/PIJPSM-01-2016-0006
James, L., James, S. M., & Vila, B. (2018). Testing the impact of citizen characteristics and demeanor on police officer behavior in potentially violent encounters. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 41(1), 24-40. doi:10.1108/PIJPSM-11-2016-0159
James, L., James, S.M., & Vila, B. (2018) The impact of work shift and fatigue on police officer response in simulated interactions with citizens. Journal of Experimental Criminology, 11, 111-120. doi:10.1007/s11292-017-9294-2.
James, L., Samuels, C., Vincent, F. (2017) Evaluating the effectiveness of fatigue management training to improve police sleep health and wellness: A pilot study. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 10.1097/JOM.0000000000001174.
James, L., Todak, N. (forthcoming) Prison Employment and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Risk and Protective Factors. American Journal of Industrial Medicine.
James, L., Todak, N, Best, S. (2017) The negative impact of prison work on sleep health. American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 60(5):449-456.
James, L., Todak, N., Savage, J. (2018) Unnecessary Force by Police: Insights from Evolutionary Psychology. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice, doi:10.1093/police/pay025.
James, L., Vila, B., & Daratha, K. (2013) The influence of suspect race and ethnicity on decisions to shoot in a deadly force judgment and decision-making simulator. Experimental Criminology 9(2), 189-212.
James, L., Vila, B., & Klinger, D. (2014) Racial and ethnic in decisions to shoot seen through a stronger lens: Experimental results from high-fidelity laboratory simulations. Experimental Criminology 10(3), 323-340.
James, S.M., & Vila, B. (2012) Driven to distraction. The Journal Of California Law Enforcement 46(2), 14-18.
James, S.M., Honn, K., Gaddameedhi, S., & Van Dongen, H.P.A. (2017) Shift work: disrupted circadian rhythms and sleep – implications for health and well-being. Current Sleep Medicine Reports 3(2), 104-112.
Johnson, R.R., Stone, B.T., Miranda, C.M., Vila, B., James, L., James, S.M., . . . Berka, C. (2014) Identifying psychophysiological indices of expert versus novice performance in deadly force judgment and decision making. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8(512). doi:10.3389/fnhum.2014.00512
Lynch, G.T., James, S.M., & VanDam, M. (2017) Pupillary response and phenotype in ASD: latency to constriction discriminates ASD from typically developing adolescents. Autism Research, early access. doi:10.1002/aur.1888
Postma, J., Tuell, E., James, L., (2017) Graves, J. M., & Butterfield, P. Nursing Students’ Perceptions of the Transition to Shift Work: A Total Worker Health Perspective. Workplace Health & Safety, 2165079917719713.
Smart, D., James, L., Odom-Maryon, T., Rowan, S. (2018) Using technology to advance the science of nursing research. International Journal of Social Science and Technology 3(2).
Smart, D., Odom-Maryon, T., James, L., Rowen, S., Roby, A. (2018) Development of a Critical Skills Assessment for Military Medical Field Settings. Nursing Practice & Research, 1(4):1-8.
Todak, N., James, L. (forthcoming) A Systematic Social Observation Study of Police De-Escalation Tactics. Police Quarterly.
Todak, N., Huff, J., & James, L. (2018) Investigating perceptions of race and ethnic diversity among prospective police officers. Police Practice and Research, 1-15.
Van Dongen, H.P.A., Belenky, G., & Vila, B. (2011) The efficacy of a restart break for recycling with optimal performance depends critically on circadian timing. Sleep 34(7), 917-929.
Vila, B. (2010) The effects of officer fatigue on accountability and the exercise of police discretion. In Candace McCoy (ed.), Holding Police Accountable. Washington, D.C: Urban Institute Press, chapter 7.
Vila, B., James, S.M., & James, L. (2018) How police officers perform in encounters with the public: measuring what matters at the individual level. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management 41(2), 215-232. doi:10.1108/PIJPSM-11-2016-0166.
Vila, B., James, S.M., James, L. (2016) Novel Process for Developing Metrics That Measure What Police Do. Interservice/Industry Training Simulation and Education Conference, I/ITSEC Proceedings 2016. (Conference Best Paper & Best Paper Award in Human Performance Analysis and Engineering)
Vila, B. & Samuels, C. (2011) Sleep loss in first responders and the military. In Meir H. Kryger, Thomas Roth, and William C. Dement (eds.) Principles and Practices of Sleep Medicine, 5th Ed. (PPSM 5e), Philadelphia: Elsevier Saunders, chapter 72.
Vila, B. & Savage, J. (2011) Balancing counterterrorism strategies: lessons from evolutionary ecology. In Brian Forst, Jack R. Greene and James P. Lynch (eds.) Security and Justice in the Homeland: Criminologists on Terrorism, Cambridge University Press, chapter 4.
Violanti, J.M., Burchfiel, C.M., Hartley, T.A., Mnatsakanova, A., Fekedulegn, D., Andrew, M., Slaven, J.E., Charles, L., & Vila, B. (2009) Atypical work hours and metabolic syndrome among police officers. Archives of Environmental and Occupational Health 64(3), 194-201.
Violanti, J.M., Fekedulegn, D., Andrew, M.E., Charles, L.E., Hartley, T.A., Vila, B., & Burchfiel, C.M. (2012) Shift work and the incidence of injury among police officers. American Journal of Industrial Medicine 55, 217-227. doi:10.1002/ajim.22007.
Violanti, J.M. & Vila, B. (2010) Disinhibitory contagion: psychological processes in deadly force incidents. In Paul Bartone (ed.). Enhancing Human Performance in Security Operations: International and Law Enforcement Perspectives. Springfield, Ill.: Charles C. Thomas, chapter 16.
Waggoner, L., Grant, D., Van Dongen, H.P.A., Belenky, G., & Vila, B. (2012) A combined field and laboratory design for assessing the impact of night-shift work on police officer operational performance. Sleep 35(11), 1575-77.
Winser, M.A., Hinson, J.M., James, S.M., Vila, B., Whitney, P., & Van Dongen, H.P.A. (2014) Fatigue during deadly force decision-making: measuring skin conductance response during simulations. Sleep-Wake Research in The Netherlands 25, 81-84.
Wolfe, S.E., Rojek, J., Alpert, G., Tiesman, H., & James, S.M. (2015) Characteristics of officer-involved vehicle collisions in California. Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management 38(3), 458-477.