Human-Computer Interaction: Ergonomics and User Interfaces - Vol. 1

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Full scale
simulator


 CASE
basic tasks &
procedures
dynamic integration
(anticipation,
planning)
management tasks
practice on rare
events
high ecological validity
(but still limited)
favors explicit learning
and performance
elicitation :
- metacomponents
- high order process
control of training
simplified social
relationships
simplified temporal
syntax
overrepresentation of
rare events
high cost
Reality
task context :
complexity
social aspects
synchronization
constraints
increases the domain
expertise
favors implicit learning

provides data collection
to feed-up the training
process
risk

poor guidance and poor
feedback
improves performance
but no clear explicit
learning

References
Chopra, V., Gesink, B. J., De J. Jong, Bovill, J. G.., Spierdijk, J. & Brand, R. P. ( 1994). Does training on anesthesia simulator lead to improvements in performance? British Journal of Psychology, 73. 293-297.
Eyrolle, H., Mariné, C. & Mailles, S. ( 1996). La simulation des environnements dynamiques: intérêts et limites. In J. M. Cellier, V. De Keyser & C. Valot (Eds), La gestion du temps dans )les environnements dynamiques. Col. Le Travail Humain. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France.
Gaba, D., Fish, K., & Horward, S. ( 1994). Crisis management in anesthesiology. New York: Churchill Livingstone.
NYSSEN, A. S. ( 1997). Vers Line nouvelle approche de l'erreur humaine dans les systèmes complexes : exploration des mécanismes de production de l'erreur en anesthésie. Thèse de doctorat,Universiéd de Liège, Liège.
Nyssen AS, & De Keyser V. ( 1998). Improving Training in Problem Solving Skills Analysis of Anesthetist's Performance in Simulated Problem Situations. Le travail humain, 61, 4, 387-401.
Samurçay, R. & Rogalski, J. ( 1998). Exploration didactique des situations de simulation. Le travail humain, 61, 4, 1998, 387-401.

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