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      Don Harris

Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics

Volume 2: Job Design and Product Design

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Advances in engineering psychology and cognitive ergonomics are examined in this book. It aims to bridge the gap between theoretitians who are developing models of human performance, and practitioners in the industrial sector responsible for the designing of new equipment and working practices. Les mer
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Advances in engineering psychology and cognitive ergonomics are examined in this book. It aims to bridge the gap between theoretitians who are developing models of human performance, and practitioners in the industrial sector responsible for the designing of new equipment and working practices.
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Forlag: Ashgate Publishing Limited
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 488
ISBN: 9780291398475
Format: 23 x 16 cm
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Contents: Job Design and Analysis: Inventing the future: collaborative design of socio-technical systems; Cafe of Eve: action research in the control room; Applied cognitive task analysis (ACTA): a practitioner's window into skilled decision making; Job design in integrated mail processing; A systems analysis of team working in control rooms: methodology considered; Models of decision making in emergency management; Emergency decision making on offshore installations; Cognitive processing and risky behaviour in industrial radiography; Modelling of human errors in cognitive processes observed in dynamic environments; Mental models of industrial jobs. Learning and Training: Effects of type of learning on control performance; Learning to control a coal-fired power plant: empirical results and a model; Cognitive technology for knowledge and skill acquisition in engineering disciplines; Dynamic modelling of a learning system to aid system re-engineering; Learning statistics: a high level cognitive skill; Perceptual learning in inspection tasks; The operator's analysis of the structure of a multi-dimensional video image of a mosaic subject area given the effects of hidden regularities; Target recognition performance following whole-views, part-views, and both-views training. Medical Ergonomics: Depth perception and indirect viewing: reflections on keyhole surgery; Construction and validation of a model for decision making in anaesthesia; Anaesthesiology and aviation: using the analogy; Medical cognition and computer support in the intensive care unit: a cognitive engineering approach; The patient-monitor system in intensive care: eliciting nurses' mental models. Applied Cognitive Psychology: Audio visual links in attention: implications for interface design; A parallel distributed processing model of redundant information integration; The magical name Miller, plus or minus the umlaut; A partial theory and engineering model of human information-seeking tasks; Mode
Don Harris, Cranfield University, UK