[-]
کلمات کلیدی
spaceflight ability predictive of capability style emergency and performance for operation cognitive

Predictive capability of cognitive ability and cognitive style for spaceflight emergency operation performance
#1
Predictive capability of cognitive ability and cognitive style for spaceflight emergency operation performance

    Dan Pana, b, 1, , Yijing Zhangb, , , Zhizhong Lia, 2

    a Department of Industrial Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing, 100084, PR China
    b National Key Laboratory of Human Factors Engineering, China Astronaut Research and Training Centre, Beijing, 100094, PR China

    Received 11 June 2015, Revised 21 April 2016, Accepted 21 April 2016, Available online 2 May 2016

Abstract

This study explores the effects of cognitive ability (information seeking, inference, spatial recognition, attention span, and attention allocation) and cognitive style (active-reflective, sensing-intuitive, visual-verbal, and sequential-global) on task performance of simulated spaceflight emergency operations that require judgment and operation on a Chinese spaceflight instrument board and the possible interaction effect with training experience. The performance criteria included task completion time and number of human errors. It was found that inference ability, spatial recognition ability, and attention span had significant effects on task completion time, while attention allocation ability had significant effect on the number of error. The participants with a sequential cognitive style made significantly fewer errors than those with a global cognitive style. Training experience significantly decreased task completion time. The participants with sequential cognitive style learnt faster than those with global cognitive style in the spaceflight instrument operations. With increasing training experience, the predictive capability of cognitive ability on performance decreased, whereas the predictive capability of the sequential-global cognitive style on performance increased



پاسخ
  


موضوعات مشابه ...
موضوع نویسنده پاسخ بازدید آخرین ارسال
  Development of predictive models for the estimation of the probability of suffering fear of falling and other fall risk masoomi 0 2,307 07-27-2016، 10:12 AM
آخرین ارسال: masoomi
  Air traffic control: Ocular metrics reflect cognitive complexity masoomi 0 1,607 07-27-2016، 10:06 AM
آخرین ارسال: masoomi

پرش به انجمن:


کاربران در حال بازدید این موضوع:
1 مهمان