Physical Fidelity Versus Cognitive Fidelity Training in Procedural Skills Acquisition

@article{Hochmitz2011PhysicalFV,
  title={Physical Fidelity Versus Cognitive Fidelity Training in Procedural Skills Acquisition},
  author={Ilanit Hochmitz and Nirit Gavish},
  journal={Human factors},
  year={2011},
  volume={53 5},
  pages={489-501}
}
OBJECTIVE The current study examined whether training simulators for the acquisition of procedural skills should emphasize physical fidelity or cognitive fidelity of the task. BACKGROUND Simulation-based training for acquiring and practicing procedural skills is becoming widely established. Generally speaking, these simulators offer technological sophistication but disregard theory-based design, leaving unanswered the question of what task features should be represented in the simulators.The… CONTINUE READING

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