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HIP2008_090108Lecturedelivered

HIP2008_090108Lecturedelivered - ISE 5604 Human Information...

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ISE 5604: H uman I nformation P rocessing (HIP) An Introduction to the HIP Model 3 September 2008
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Course Introduction – From Wednesday…. HIP: The How HIP Model Provides a useful framework for analyzing the different psychological processes used in interactions with systems Provides a framework for the class
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HIP Model Sensory Processing STSS Perception Cognition Working Memory Response Selection Response Execution Long-term Memory System Environment (Feedback) Attention Resources (Wickens & Hollands, 2000)
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HIP Model (Wickens, 2004) 5
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Basic Implications Implications Fail-safe design : Users function at different levels - from highly alert to unconscious. Design forgiveness : Users function on auto- pilot as well as at a conscious level. Avoiding Design Overload : Users can only effectively process so much at one time. Design customizability/adaptable complexity : Users can learn and are highly adaptable. 6 HIP: The Bottom Line: Human perception and cognition are complex and sophisticated but they are not without their limitations. An
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