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Theory of Activity and Situation Awareness
The intent of this article is to show that Russian theory of activity, only now made available to Western scientists, can describe and explain phenomena noted in the West and can do it sometimes moreExpand
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The Systemic-Structural Theory of Activity: Applications to the Study of Human Work
This article offers an introduction to the central concepts and principles of the Systemic-Structural Theory of Activity (SSTA), an activity-theoretical approach specifically tailored to the analysisExpand
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Activity theory as a basis for the study of work
Activity theory has been successfully applied in diverse schools of psychology with particularly extensive work in the fields of education, ergonomics, human factors and industrial-organizationalExpand
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A Systemic-Structural Theory of Activity: Applications to Human Performance and Work Design
Activity-Oriented Approaches in Psychology. Systemic-Structural Theory of Activity and Design. Time Study and Design. Complexity of Task Performance. Foundations of Functional Analysis of Activity.Expand
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Activity theory: History, research and application
This paper outlines activity theory (henceforth called AT), a theoretical approach developed by the psychologists of the former Soviet Union beginning in the 1930s and continuing to the present. ATExpand
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A Systemic-Structural Activity Approach to the Design of Human-Computer Interaction Tasks
In this article, a new approach to the study of Human-Computer interaction (HCI) from the activity theory perspective is presented. Expand
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A functional model of the human orienting activity
Activity theory (AT) offers a unique perspective for understanding how people comprehend reality. Of particular importance here is an orientation, i.e. familiarization with the environment or, in aExpand
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Application of Systemic-Structural Activity Theory to Design and Training
  • G. Bedny
  • Computer Science
  • 18 December 2014
Application of systemic-structural activity theory to design and training , Application of systemic-structural activity theory to design and training , کتابخانه مرکزی دانشگاه علوم پزشکی ایران
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The situational reflection of reality in activity theory and the concept of situation awareness in cognitive psychology
This article presents new data from the implementation of Activity Theory and integrates it with some concepts of cognitive psychology. The main focus is on orienting activity, which is directed toExpand
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Complexity Evaluation of Computer-Based Tasks
We introduce general principles of task complexity evaluation and demonstrate how these principles can be used for improvement and optimization of HCI implementation. Expand
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