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Lecture 17 Industrial Ergonomics (ENGR 3460U) Memory and Decision Making Instructor: Dr Ahmad Barari Instructor: Dr. Ahmad Barari Barari- ENGR 3460U 1
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Human Information Processing Model
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Memory and Decision Making (pp. 297-306) (pp. 297 306) Memory = storage of information S l i kl f Sensory storage – very large, quickly forget Working (short term) memory – Capacity = 7+ 2 items (Miller’s Rule) – Short term (seconds) – rehearsal – Chunking – grouping for better recall • Long term memory Long term memory – Standardize information for better storage Memory aids: associations mnemonics rhymes Barari- ENGR 3460U 3 – Memory aids: associations , mnemonics, rhymes
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5637924 Barari- ENGR 3460U 4
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Decision Making-Response Selection Structured, quantitative approach • Optimize performance: speed and accuracy Optimize performance: speed and accuracy Barari- ENGR 3460U 5
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Choice Reaction Time and Hick Hyman Law Hick-Hyman Law • Eye-hand coordination task Eye hand coordination task Choice reaction (B-type) task Barari- ENGR 3460U 6
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