Lesson 1 Notes Cognitive Ergonomics Engineering Psychology: Applies the knowledge of human behavior and attributes to the design of products, equipment, machines, and large-scale systems for human use. Areas of application include biomedical engineering,
Systems Analysis: Turning Process
Machining & Labor
Processing Time: Cutting speed and cutting parameters
Cost: Machining, labor, tool cost
Disturbance: Material handling time
INEN 324: Lab IV
Turning System Analysis, Modeling, and Optimization
Christin Kornegay- White
During this lab students obtain
I have been asked to participate in a research project on _.
This project is under the direction of Dr. Chestnut, Department of Industrial and Systems
Engineering, North Carolina A&T University. If I choose to participate in the project, I
Lesson 10 Notes
Short-term memory is working memory.
It is a temporary storage for manipulating information.
Working memory is required to perform many cognitive tasks (reasoning, problem
solving, language comprehension, etc.).
Lesson 9 Notes
Divided into two types:
iconic memoryvisual information
echoic memory auditory information
Attention is needed to transfer information to working memory
Visual sensory memorybrief memory of an image or icon. Also called iconic memory.
Lesson 8 Notes Perception proceeds by often simultaneous and concurrent processes: 1. Bottom-up feature analysis Analyze raw features such as shapes, color, size, etc. Past experience has some influence on the feature selection. 2. Unitization Past experi
Lesson 7 Notes Sense physical system that receives physical stimulation from surrounding environment and translates that stimulation into an electrochemical message Sensation detecting physical energy in environment and encoding it as neural signals. Neur
Lesson 4 Notes
Cognitive operations generally require more processing time.
Rehearsal, reasoning or image transformation is carried out by working memory.
Plans; Diagnose ~ these are vulnerable to disruption when attentional resources are
diverted to othe
Lesson 3 Notes
Cognitive Psychology versus
Neurobiology: how does the brain do it?
Cognitive Psych: how does the mind do it?
Both can use neurons to describe mind
The difference is behavior (the big picture)
A MODEL for Human
Lesson 2 Notes
The science of how the mind is organized to produce intelligent thought and how it is
realized in the brain Anderson, 2004
Cognitive Science: Study of the relationships among and integration of cognitive
psychology, biology, anthropology, c