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Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics


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Contents: Cockpit Design Issues: Realizing the benefits of cognitive engineering in commercial aviation; Human factor regulation - from concept to reality; Towards a classification of state misinterpretation; Assessing error tolerance in flight management systems; The truth is out there: representing uncertainty in advanced navigation and situational awareness displays; An evaluation of weapon aiming symbology for HMDs and HUDs; The cognitive ecology of tunnel-in-the-sky displays; Attentional effects of superimposing flight instruments and tunnel-in-the-sky symbology on the world; The use of quality function deployment to analyze human factors requirements in civil flight deck design; Human centred design process in the advanced flight deck technology project; A distributed cognitive perspective on civil aircraft failure management system design. Air Traffic Control: Basic cognitive processes of air traffic controllers; A cognitive system model for enroute air traffic management; Cognitive re-engineering of enroute air traffic control; Requirements for metrics of aircraft separation and sector capacity; Understanding the controller's picture within an ATM environment; Learning, training and technological innovation in air traffic control; The development of TRACER: a technique for the retrospective analysis of cognitive errors in ATM; Evaluation of a context-sensitive speech recognition system in the air traffic control simulation. Aviation Psychology: Analysis of the pilot's monitoring behaviour using decision trees; Cognitive compatibility for visual warnings in aviation; Extending the 'irrelevant sound effect': the effects of extraneous speech on aviation-related tasks; The Simon effect and responses to aircraft dials; Situation awareness: what do we know now that the uzz' has gone?; Situation awareness maintenance: an essential component for pilot activity; Team situation awareness; Predictors of pilot learning: control beliefs and achievement

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Don Harris, Cranfield University, UK

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