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thinking is when we consciously, often slowly, solve problems and make decisions. This is when errors of planning can occur, also known as “mistakes.”Which of the following factors can increase human risk for error?At the end of a double shift, an experienced nurse with an excellent track record gives a medication to the wrong patient. Based on human factors principles, what would you recommend as the best way to prevent the same error from recurring?When attempting to decrease the risk of error, it’s important to use human factors principles because: