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- Team and equipment mental models
- Langan-Fox, Janice; Edlund, Geoffrey; Code, Sharon L.
- In cognitive psychology, researchers have suggested that mental models are important to the general understanding of how humans interact and cope with the world. Mental models are believed to guide comprehension of and responses to information in the environment. Two branches of mental model literature are discussed, and some preliminary findings presented regarding team and equipment mental models. Team mental models were explored and measured in a large government business enterprises, and concerned management and shop floor employee experiences of industrial participation. Equipment mental models were explored in relation to cases using a large mobile telephone network.
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- Conference abstract
- Productivity, ergonomics and safety : the total package : Proceedings of the International Workplace Health and Safety Forum and the 33rd Ergonomics Society of Australia Conference, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, 24-27 November 1997, p. 101
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- Cognitive psychology; Ergonomics; Industrial psychology; Mental models; Mobile phones; Networks; Occupational psychology; Team mental models; TMMs; Working environment
- Ergonomics Society of Australia, and Workplace Health and Safety Program, Department of Training and Industrial Relations
- Copyright © held jointly by the Ergonomics Society of Australia and the Department of Training and Industrial Relations, 1997.