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Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Movement Time for Different Input Devices
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    Chapter 2 Audio and Audiovisual Cueing in Visual Search: Effects of Target Uncertainty and Auditory Cue Precision
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    Chapter 3 Interpretation of Metaphors with Perceptual Features Using WordNet
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    Chapter 4 Acoustic Correlates of Deceptive Speech – An Exploratory Study
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    Chapter 5 Kansei Evaluation of HDR Color Images with Different Tone Curves and Sizes – Foundational Investigation of Difference between Japanese and Chinese
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    Chapter 6 Personalized Emotional Prediction Method for Real-Life Objects Based on Collaborative Filtering
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    Chapter 7 A Study of Vision Ergonomic of LED Display Signs on Different Environment Illuminance
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    Chapter 8 Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics
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    Chapter 9 Modeling Visual Attention for Rule-Based Usability Simulations of Elderly Citizen
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    Chapter 10 Operational Characteristics Related to Memory in Operating Information Devices with Hierarchical Menu
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    Chapter 11 Effects of Paper on Page Turning: Comparison of Paper and Electronic Media in Reading Documents with Endnotes
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    Chapter 12 Viability of Mobile Devices for Training Purposes
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    Chapter 13 Display System for Advertising Image with Scent and Psychological Effect
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    Chapter 14 Subitizing-Counting Analogue Observed in a Fast Multi-tapping Task
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    Chapter 15 The Number of Trials with Target Affects the Low Prevalence Effect
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    Chapter 16 Facial Expression Measurement for Detecting Driver Drowsiness
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    Chapter 17 Estimation of Driver’s Fatigue Based on Steering Wheel Angle
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    Chapter 18 Study on Driving Performance of Aged Drivers at the Intersections Compared with Young Drivers
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    Chapter 19 The Influence of False and Missing Alarms of Safety System on Drivers’ Risk-Taking Behavior
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    Chapter 20 Estimation of Driver’s Arousal State Using Multi-dimensional Physiological Indices
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    Chapter 21 The Effects of Visual and Cognitive Distraction on Driver Situation Awareness
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    Chapter 22 Experienced and Novice Driver Situation Awareness at Rail Level Crossings: An Exploratory On-Road Study
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    Chapter 23 Influence of Brightness and Traffic Flow on Driver’s Eye-Fixation-Related Potentials
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    Chapter 24 Cognitive Compatibility of Motorcyclists and Drivers
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    Chapter 25 Information Searching on the Web: The Cognitive Difficulties Experienced by Older Users in Modifying Unsuccessful Information Searches
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    Chapter 26 Template for Website Browsing
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    Chapter 27 Mental Models: Have Users’ Mental Models of Web Search Engines Improved in the Last Ten Years?
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    Chapter 28 The e-Progression in SEs
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    Chapter 29 Cross-Cultural Comparison of Blog Use for Parent-Teacher Communication in Elementary Schools
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    Chapter 30 How Font Size and Tag Location Influence Chinese Perception of Tag Cloud?
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    Chapter 31 Balance between Abstract Principles and Concrete Instances in Knowledge Communication
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    Chapter 32 Using Uncertainty to Inform Information Sufficiency in Decision Making
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    Chapter 33 Consideration of Human Factors for Prioritizing Test Cases for the Software System Test
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    Chapter 34 Cognitive Engineering of Automated Assembly Processes
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    Chapter 35 Delegation to Automation: Performance and Implications in Non-optimal Situations
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    Chapter 36 Effective Shift Handover
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    Chapter 37 Measuring Self-adaptive UAV Operators’ Load-Shedding Strategies under High Workload
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    Chapter 38 Display Requirements for an Interactive Rail Scheduling Display
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    Chapter 39 Application of Natural Language in Fire Spread Display
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    Chapter 40 Differences between Students and Professionals While Using a GPS Based GIS in an Emergency Response Study
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    Chapter 41 Adversarial Behavior in Complex Adaptive Systems: An Overview of ICST’s Research on Competitive Adaptation in Militant Networks
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    Chapter 42 Preferred Temporal Characteristics of an Advance Notification System for Autonomous Powered Wheelchair
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    Chapter 43 Pre-validation of Nuclear Power Plant Control Room Design
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    Chapter 44 Deception and Self-awareness
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    Chapter 45 Air Passengers’ Luggage Screening: What Is the Difference between Naïve People and Airport Screeners?
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    Chapter 46 Acceptability and Effects of Tools to Assist with Controller Managed Spacing in the Terminal Area
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    Chapter 47 The Effects of Individual and Context on Aggression in Repeated Social Interaction
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    Chapter 48 Scent Trails: Countering Terrorism through Informed Surveillance
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    Chapter 49 Using Behavioral Measures to Assess Counter-Terrorism Training in the Field
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    Chapter 50 Applied Cognitive Ergonomics Design Principles for Fighter Aircraft
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    Chapter 51 Designing Effective Soldier-Robot Teams in Complex Environments: Training, Interfaces, and Individual Differences
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    Chapter 52 Optimizing Performance Variables for Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Co-axial Rotor Systems
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    Chapter 53 Trust Evaluation through Human-Machine Dialogue Modelling
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    Chapter 54 A Testbed for Exploring Human-Robot Interaction with Unmanned Aerial and Ground Vehicles
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    Chapter 55 Technological and Usability-Based Aspects of Distributed After Action Review in a Game-Based Training Setting
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    Chapter 56 Authority Sharing in Mixed Initiative Control of Multiple Uninhabited Aerial Vehicles
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    Chapter 57 Enhancing Pilot Training with Advanced Measurement Techniques
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    Chapter 58 Rule Fragmentation in the Airworthiness Regulations: A Human Factors Perspective
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    Chapter 59 Development of a Reconfigurable Protective System for Multi-rotor UAS
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    Chapter 60 Test-Retest Reliability of CogGauge: A Cognitive Assessment Tool for SpaceFlight
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    Chapter 61 A Formalism for Assessing the Situation Awareness of Pilots
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    Chapter 62 Mental Resource Demands Prediction as a Key Element for Future Assistant Systems in Military Helicopters
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    Chapter 63 Analysis of Mental Workload during En-route Air Traffic Control Task Execution Based on Eye-Tracking Technique
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    Chapter 64 An After Action Review Engine for Training in Multiple Areas
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    Chapter 65 Mixed-Initiative Multi-UAV Mission Planning by Merging Human and Machine Cognitive Skills
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    Chapter 66 Exploring the Relationship among Dimensions of Flight Comprehensive Capabilities Based on SEM
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    Chapter 67 A Generic After Action Review Capability for Game-Based Training
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Chapter title
Rule Fragmentation in the Airworthiness Regulations: A Human Factors Perspective
Chapter number 58
Book title
Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics
Published in
Lecture notes in computer science, July 2011
DOI 10.1007/978-3-642-21741-8_58
Book ISBNs
978-3-64-221740-1, 978-3-64-221741-8

Don Harris

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Country Count As %
United States 1 7%
Germany 1 7%
Unknown 12 86%

Demographic breakdown

Readers by professional status Count As %
Researcher 3 21%
Student > Master 3 21%
Student > Ph. D. Student 3 21%
Professor 1 7%
Student > Bachelor 1 7%
Other 1 7%
Unknown 2 14%
Readers by discipline Count As %
Psychology 6 43%
Computer Science 2 14%
Business, Management and Accounting 1 7%
Social Sciences 1 7%
Engineering 1 7%
Other 1 7%
Unknown 2 14%

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