T. Litzinger

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INTRODUCTION This article examines the reliability of the Human Factors Analysis and Classification System (HFACS) for classifying observational human factors data collected prospectively in a trauma resuscitation center. METHODS Three trained human factors analysts individually categorized 1,137 workflow disruptions identified in a previously collected(More)
Logic has been empirically shown to only be a part of what is normally considered intelligence. Other dimensions of behavior have been demonstrated to impact an entity’s ability to “intelligently” deal with the world. Several management science and information science researchers have looked specifically at how the classic personality theory could be used(More)
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