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Comparative study of three training methods for enhancing process control performance: Emphasis shift training, situation awareness training, and drill and practice

Dina Burkolter, Annette Kluge, Jürgen Sauer, Sandrina Ritzmann
2010 Computers in Human Behavior  
Forty students from technical disciplines participated in a five-hour module of emphasis shift training (EST), EST combined with situation awareness training (EST/SA), and drill and practice (D&P) on a  ...  Three training methods to improve attention management skills in process control were compared.  ...  EST: emphasis shift training; EST/SA: EST and situation awareness (SA) training; D&P: drill and practice.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chb.2010.02.011 fatcat:ntdsiagbaffnzeitcojesji6hu

Training Complex Psychomotor Performance Skills [chapter]

Peter J. Fadde
2010 Handbook of Improving Performance in the Workplace: Instructional Design and Training Delivery  
Despite the intertwined nature of the production and recognition components of psychomotor performance, there are benefits to keeping them artificially separated for the sake of targeted part-task training  ...  This chapter focuses on training complex psychomotor performance skills, advocating a part-task approach that involves de-coupling the conjoined cognitive and motor domains for targeted training.  ...  For the Back to the Future training program, the emphasis is clearly on transfer of learning to performance.  ... 
doi:10.1002/9780470587089.ch14 fatcat:aaqxme7p5fhhnejamdl25qmjcu

Training Complex Psychomotor Performance Skills [chapter]

Peter J. Fadde
2010 Handbook of Improving Performance in the Workplace: Volumes 1-3  
Despite the intertwined nature of the production and recognition components of psychomotor performance, there are benefits to keeping them artificially separated for the sake of targeted part-task training  ...  This chapter focuses on training complex psychomotor performance skills, advocating a part-task approach that involves de-coupling the conjoined cognitive and motor domains for targeted training.  ...  For the Back to the Future training program, the emphasis is clearly on transfer of learning to performance.  ... 
doi:10.1002/9780470592663.ch14 fatcat:zoxk6ndhhncczepnwgwcq6zo6i

From Fixed Capacities to Performance-Enhancement: The Paradigm Shift in the Science of 'Training' and the Use of Performance-Enhancing Substances

Rob Beamish, Ian Ritchie
2005 Sport in History  
The use of performance-enhancing substances fundamentally rests on a particular, historically situated, ontology of human performance.  ...  Rooted in the first law of thermodynamics, an ontology of fixed human capacities dominated until the mid-twentieth century. Training entailed 'drill' to refine technique, coordination and precision.  ...  Although Joe Friel may not be aware of the mid-twentieth century paradigm shift in the ontology of human performance, his account of change in cycling mirrors that shift.  ... 
doi:10.1080/17460260500396129 fatcat:54bujiqxzfhjvebsl4oipnojsq

Assessment of Structural Knowledge as a Training Outcome in Process Control Environments

Dina Burkolter, Bertolt Meyer, Annette Kluge, Jürgen Sauer
2010 Human Factors  
The focus of study III was on the comparison of three training approaches designed to enhance process control performance.  ...  Taken together, the results show that effects of operator characteristics and training methods on performance differ with respect to the two main tasks of process control-system control and fault finding  ...  Comparative study of three training methods for enhancing process control performance: emphasis shift training, situation awareness training, and drill and practice.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0018720810367646 pmid:20653230 fatcat:u4bospvxg5h7dekz4yzo4u6nyu

Improving Practice and Performance in Basketball

Aaron T. Scanlan, Vincent J. Dalbo
2019 Sports  
Basketball is ranked in the top three team sports for participation in the Americas, Australia, Europe, Southeast Asia, and Western Pacific nations, making it one of the most popular team sports worldwide  ...  Acknowledgments: No financial support was required or provided for this study.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors would like to thank the athletic trainers, coaches, and student-athletes from intercollegiate athletics for their contribution to this study.  ... 
doi:10.3390/sports7090197 pmid:31461839 pmcid:PMC6783966 fatcat:oiyovoljibhwfcrokc7yfv3xzm

The role of confidence in world-class sport performance

Kate Hays, Owen Thomas, Ian Maynard, Mark Bawden
2009 Journal of Sports Sciences  
is to enhance the reader's understanding o f the confidence profiling process and alert them to the strengths and potential limitations in adopting this method of assessment in applied practice. 5.5 RESULTS  ...  Since she had shifted her attentional focus in training to process rather than performance goals, and experienced an 208 initial decrease in her training times, it was perhaps unsurprising that her confidence  ...  Following the basic method of performance profiling advocated by Butler and Hardy (1992), the primary researcher will conduct an initial sport psychology consultancy with each athlete and adhere to three  ... 
doi:10.1080/02640410903089798 pmid:19724964 fatcat:7d6rilx2grerfg4djfuijry5se

Virtual Reality Training Improves Operating Room Performance

Neal E. Seymour, Anthony G. Gallagher, Sanziana A. Roman, Michael K. O'Brien, Vipin K. Bansal, Dana K. Andersen, Richard M. Satava
2002 Annals of Surgery  
The training used with the box trainer in that study consisted of the Rosser drills, a well-validated method of preparing trainees and students to do laparoscopic suturing and knot-tying.  ...  The most important goal of any training method is to increase the level of skill that can be brought to bear on a clinical situation, but to date no studies have established a clear benefit of VR training  ... 
doi:10.1097/00000658-200210000-00008 pmid:12368674 pmcid:PMC1422600 fatcat:pxne63kpmbbunllcre3ezjuilu

A Paradigm Shift in Law Enforcement Training in the Bahamas: Teacher-Centered to Learner-Centered

Yvonne O. Hunter-Johnson, Waynne B. James
2012 International Journal of Bahamian Studies  
As a result of the findings, a three-step approach is proposed to transition the training environment from one that is teacher-centered to one that is learnercentered.  ...  One hundred and sixty-eight individuals completed the SOQ. Chi square statistics were calculated on the variables of educational level and gender.  ...  program as their learning shift would be one from content to performance centeredness.  ... 
doi:10.15362/ijbs.v18i0.163 fatcat:fqnokgb5brd6rlzqxidj4ekls4

Tracking Technical Refinement in Elite Performers: The Good, the Better, and the Ugly

Howie J. Carson, Dave Collins
2015 International Journal of Golf Science  
Implications of these studies are discussed with reference to the process' interdisciplinary nature and importance of the initial and final stages.  ...  Three case studies of golfers attempting refinements to their already well-established techniques are reported.  ...  Acknowledgements We wish to thank Dr Caroline Wakefield for her assistance with the analysis of data.  ... 
doi:10.1123/ijgs.2015-0003 fatcat:77akakmzkfbgrkvjmb6cnjkmcq

Giftedness and evidence for reproducibly superior performance: an account based on the expert performance framework

K. Anders Ericsson, Roy W. Roring, Kiruthiga Nandagopal
2007 High Ability Studies  
We review evidence for superior reproducible performance, generally emerging only after extended periods of deliberate practice that result in subsequent physiological adaptations and complex cognitive  ...  In this paper we propose a general theoretical framework that establishes scientific criteria for acceptable evidence of superior reproducible performance, which any theory of exceptional performance must  ...  The authors want to thank Edward Cokely and Len Hill for their valuable comments on earlier drafts of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13598130701350593 fatcat:4wq6gzwb6zbnlcljwtryd42bqq

Giftedness and Evidence for Reproducibly Superior Performance: An Account Based on the Expert-Performance Framework [chapter]

K. Anders Ericsson, Roy W. Roring, Kiruthiga Nandagopal
2013 The Complexity of Greatness  
We review evidence for superior reproducible performance, generally emerging only after extended periods of deliberate practice that result in subsequent physiological adaptations and complex cognitive  ...  In this paper we propose a general theoretical framework that establishes scientific criteria for acceptable evidence of superior reproducible performance, which any theory of exceptional performance must  ...  The authors want to thank Edward Cokely and Len Hill for their valuable comments on earlier drafts of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199794003.003.0009 fatcat:6tqvzpor4zdzrjuc5igp3t4k44

Practice Variability and Training Design: Strategies of Elite Horizontal Jump Coaches

Will F. W. Wu, Jared M. Porter, Julie A. Partridge, Michael A. Young, Nick Newman
2012 Sport Science Review  
The purpose of this study was to investigate the degree to which elite long jump coaches institute practice variability within their training design to enhance toe-board accuracy.  ...  Within a training environment, practice variability can be integrated by creating variation within the movements of an action, the physical context in which the action takes place, and the situation in  ...  Moreover, the strategies reported by the coaches revealed that of the three possible avenues to institute variability (movements of the action, situation, and the environment) just one aspect of practice  ... 
doi:10.2478/v10237-012-0021-7 fatcat:mayr5ivxyvgfbi24tutwwkwpp4

Factors Affecting the Performance of Construction Projects in Pakistan

M I
2019 JOURNAL OF MECHANICS OF CONTINUA AND MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES  
Identifying such processes allows a better understanding of the capacity constraints in planning, designing, programming, procurement, contract administration, financing and budgeting, execution and other  ...  motoway and irrigation were reviewed to document the bottlenecks which occurred during the various processes involved in the life cycle of infrastructure projects.  ...  Study and analyze the case study to learn lessons. • Using the collected information in the previous stages and the results of the real life case study, causes of poor performance of construction industry  ... 
doi:10.26782/jmcms.2019.06.00025 fatcat:zvxsvwtrnfhovhivam2l2t537m

The Impact of Training and Development on Employees Performance and Productivity

Mohammed Raja Abulraheem Salah
2016 Zenodo  
Hence the purpose of the study was to investigate the relationship between training , development, training and development and employees performance and productivity in selected Jordanian Private Sector  ...  Analysis and interpretations were made at 0.05 level of significance. The study concluded that training and development have important impact on employee performance and productivity  ...  Acknowledgement I am so grateful to the management of transportation companies for their permission and support given to me in the data collection and in many other respects.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3464806 fatcat:7662t54qhnhqbfrpsrmgl23kvu
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