Julien Cegarra

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Individual differences are a crucial aspect of field studies because of the consequences they can have on performance. However, in Cognitive Ergonomics, individual differences have mainly been interpreted as expertise effects. As can be noted from the literature, this limitation has led to difficulties in explaining differences between experts. Using a case(More)
Mental workload is a concept central to a range of disciplines (including cognitive psychology and ergonomics) that has given rise to various theoretical and methodological debates. As a result, researchers have used a number of techniques for measuring mental workload. Traditionally, three categories of measurement technique have been recognized:(More)
This study examined the effects of prior domain knowledge and learning sequences on learning with concept mapping and hypertext. Participants either made a concept map in a first step and then read the hypertext's contents combined with concept mapping (high activating condition), or they read the hypertext's contents first and then made a concept map and(More)
A decision support system designed to enhance human-machine interaction in transportation scheduling is proposed. We aim to integrate human factors and ergonomics from the beginning of the design phase and to propose a system fitted with enough flexibility to be able to deal with the characteristics of a dynamic context such as transportation scheduling. In(More)
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