Effort in Human Factors Performance and Decision Making

  title={Effort in Human Factors Performance and Decision Making},
  author={Christopher D. Wickens},
  journal={Human factors},
  volume={56 8},
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to demonstrate the importance of effort in human factors. BACKGROUND Effort has made its appearance in several diverse formats and applications. Eight of these are integrated in the current writing related to learning, looking, task switching, visual search termination, information access, choosing decision strategies, and behaving safely. METHOD This is based upon a literature review. RESULTS The common elements of these different effort applications… CONTINUE READING
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