Cognitive Ergonomics of Complex SystemsHuman Interaction with Complex Systems: Conceptual Principles and Design Practice
Document TypeConference Proceeding
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AbstractIn the psychology literature as late as the 1960’s, a concern could be found for a need to promote psychology as having relevance to the solutions of human problems including those in human-machine systems. The current concern is the perceived shortfall of well-trained professionals in the area of cognitive ergonomics. Today, applied psychology is firmly established in the human-machine systems domain. Applied psychology is recognized as the necessary contributor to the design, operation, and maintenance of human-machine systems. Psychology also provides the foundations for the training programs for human operators of those systems.
Citation InformationBarbara T. Prioro and John M. Flach. "Cognitive Ergonomics of Complex Systems" Human Interaction with Complex Systems: Conceptual Principles and Design Practice (1996) p. 331 - 334 ISSN: 9781461286301
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/john_flach/30/