Applied Cognitive Task Analysis in Aviation
Avebury Aviation, Jan 1, 1997 - Technology & Engineering - 338 pages
The first and only book on cognitive task analysis, useful to practitioners and researchers. It provides a comprehensive overview and analysis of cognitive task analyses to date in aviation, key methods of data collection and analysis and provides specific recommendations for designing and conducting cognitive analysis for instructional design and systems development in aviation.
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When to use cognitive task analysis
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actions Advanced Qualification Program air traffic control aircraft analysis methods analyzed applied areas assessment automated skills aviation community aviation environment behavioral chapter cluster analysis cognitive skills Cognitive Task Analysis complex concepts conducted context Crew Resource Management critical CTA methods CTA results data analysis data collection decision making skills declarative knowledge Descriptive statistics diagramming domain elements evaluation example experienced expertise flight crew forms of data goals human resource management identify instructional instructor interface job analysis job tasks knowledge and skills mental models metacognition Multidimensional Scaling novices operational environment participants pilot presented primary problem solving procedural skills representational skills scenario screeners selection sequence simplified PARI situation skill analysis skill types SMEs specific steps strategies structural knowledge structured interview system design Table task performance team skills techniques traditional task analysis validation verbal report analysis verbal report method workload