Conceptual Issues in the Study of Dynamic Hazard Warnings

@article{Meyer2004ConceptualII,
  title={Conceptual Issues in the Study of Dynamic Hazard Warnings},
  author={Joachim Meyer},
  journal={Human factors},
  year={2004},
  volume={46 2},
  pages={196-204}
}
This paper presents a conceptual analysis of dynamic hazard warning systems. The normative aspects of responses to warnings are analyzed, and a distinction is made between two forms of responses to a warning system, referred to as compliance and reliance. Determinants of the responses to warnings are identified, and they are broadly classified into normative, task, and operator factors. Existing research on warnings and automation is assessed in view of this conceptual framework, and directions… CONTINUE READING
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