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Trust, control strategies and allocation of function in human-machine systems.
As automated controllers supplant human intervention in controlling complex systems, the operators' role often changes from that of an active controller to that of a supervisory controller. Acting asExpand
Trust, self-confidence, and operators' adaptation to automation
The increasing use of automation to supplant human intervention in controlling complex systems changes the operators' role from active controllers (directly involved with the system) to supervisory controllers (managing the use of different degrees of automatic and manual control). Expand
Trust in automation. Part II. Experimental studies of trust and human intervention in a process control simulation.
Two experiments are reported which examined operators' trust in and use of the automation in a simulated supervisory process control task. Tests of the integrated model of human trust in machinesExpand
Attention in Dichotic Listening: Affective Cues and the Influence of Instructions
In shadowing one of two simultaneous messages presented dichotically, subjects are unable to report any of the content of the rejected message. Even if the rejected message consists of a short listExpand
Human Error: Cause, Prediction, and Reduction
A. Wreathall, An Update on Human Error.Contents: E.A. Fleishman, Foreword. Expand
Adaptive automation, trust, and self-confidence in fault management of time-critical tasks.
An experiment on adaptive automation is described. Reliability of automated fault diagnosis, mode of fault management (manual vs. automated), and fault dynamics affect variables including root meanExpand
Where is capacity limited? A survey and a model.
  • N. Moray
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Acta psychologica
  • 1967
A model is presented for the limitations of processing information by the human operator which proposes that he acts not as limited capacity channel with fixed capacity, but as a limited capacity processor. Expand
Culture, politics and ergonomics
  • N. Moray
  • Engineering, Medicine
  • Ergonomics
  • 1 July 2000
The beginning of a new century is an appropriate moment to consider the role of ergonomics in relation to the problems facing society. To help solve these serious global problems, ergonomics needs toExpand
Analysing and modelling train driver performance.
Arguments for the importance of contextual factors in understanding human performance have been made extremely persuasively in the context of the process control industries. This paper puts theseExpand