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PSYCH 335: HUMAN FACTORS PSYCHOLOGY WINTER 2007 REVIEW for QUIZ 2 Quiz 2 will cover Memory and Cognition (Chapter 6 and the Memory Handout) as well as the Chapters and material below. See the review sheet for the first test. Note that we also covered some of the memory handout on test 1. It will be “quiz 2” as well. For quiz 2, I recommend that you review the text chapters, your lecture notes, class handouts, and the concepts below. Chapter 8 and related lectures When to use auditory and visual forms of presentation Static versus dynamic display, analog and digital displays Fixed scale moving pointer analog displays, moving scale fixed pointer analog displays Quantitative and qualitative scales Guidelines for scale values, scale layout, and pointer design Parallax Principles of display design Labels on displays Clutter Increase/clockwise, increase/upward Conceptual compatibility, movement compatibility, spatial compatibility
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Unformatted text preview: Principles of layout for multiple displays Alerting displays You are Here Maps OK to omit in Chapter 8 Quantitative information displays: tables and graphs, 213-217 Chapter 9 and related lectures Reaction time, premotor time, motor time, movement time Influence of choice on reaction time Factors that affect simple and choice reaction time (RT) Fitts' law, movement time (MT), index of difficulty (including calculations) Factors that affect MT Movement compatibility, spatial compatibility Types of controls Identification of controls (shape, size, color, location, labels) Control display relationships, rotary controls and rotary display, rotary control and linear displays, scale-side principle, Warrick's principle, and clockwise/increase principle Hand versus foot control Safety and protection, access Ok to omit in Chapter 9 Continuous control and tracking, 231-240 Remote manipulation or telerobotics, 240-242 1...
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