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Neurocognitive Approach to Research on the Effects of Workload

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urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-epub-325304
Greenlee, Mark W. ; Schrauf, Michael ; Thomas, James P. Greenlee, Mark W. , eds.
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Abstract

The concept of workload describes the relationship between a human operator and the momentary task demands. Conventionally workload is defined as a subjective state of the operator that can be reported with use of psychometric scales. The effects of workload on performance and reaction times yield important “objective” sources of information. Signal detection theory provides us with a useful ...

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