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Application of Eye Tracking Technology in Aviation, Maritime, and Construction Industries: A Systematic Review

Daniel Martinez-Marquez, Sravan Pingali, Kriengsak Panuwatwanich, Rodney A. Stewart, Sherif Mohamed
2021 Sensors  
Most accidents in the aviation, maritime, and construction industries are caused by human error, which can be traced back to impaired mental performance and attention failure.  ...  Overall, eye tracking technologies provide the means to capture in real time a variety of eye movements that reflect different human cognitive, emotional, and physiological states, which can be used to  ...  Acknowledgments: This work was supported and founded by Griffith School of Engineering and Built Environment. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s21134289 pmid:34201734 fatcat:w6nindnzsbglfiexswo2nvolmi

Technology-based education and training during the 1990s

Stephen F. Brown
1992 ISA transactions  
This paper considers the use of computer supported game engine technology to provide location independent comprehension and procedural skills learning for built environment education.  ...  With the development of more user friendly game engine packages and software, detailed cognitive stimulation of procedural activities has now become easier to develop in virtual reality environments.  ...  The objects were built using standard modelling approaches from mesh to textured and rendered mesh.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0019-0578(92)90126-4 fatcat:du6qcspeqrbpzlsysq4obn6mgm

Translating theory into practice: integrating the affective and cognitive learning dimensions for effective instruction in engineering education

Maizam Alias, Tahira Anwar Lashari, Zainal Abidin Akasah, Mohd. Jahaya Kesot
2013 European Journal of Engineering Education  
and how affects are postulated to influence cognition are identified.  ...  It is expected-that integiated approach can be used as a guideline to engineering educators in designing effective and sustainable insructional material that would result in the effective engineen for  ...  An example could be construction engineering programmes in first-year students in which student's mental and mechanical skills can be evaluated for a specific mental level.  ... 
doi:10.1080/03043797.2013.838543 fatcat:6cr3kf3tmfabllx6a5qiwoywce

A conceptual review of interprofessional expertise in child safeguarding

Rick Hood, Judy Gillespie, Jonathon Davies
2016 Journal of Interprofessional Care  
Key principles are outlined with reference to relevant theoretical frameworks, including models of skill acquisition.  ...  The paper concludes by discussing some potential implications for future research and contemporary developments in child safeguarding practice.  ...  Introduction Most modern welfare states seek to improve the lives of children by providing support to vulnerable families, as well as intervening to protect children suffering abuse and neglect (Davies  ... 
doi:10.3109/13561820.2016.1173656 pmid:27294315 fatcat:lzm4r6ycsjd25cg7abgkpnnrpa

The role of distances in requirements communication: a case study

Elizabeth Bjarnason, Helen Sharp
2015 Requirements Engineering  
Methods for mapping and improving communication paths by considering the requirements flow have been used to identify issues such as bottlenecks and missing communication between key roles [68] .  ...  We also want to thank the reviewers, both Dr Leonor Barroca and our anonymous reviewers for providing constructive feedback that has helped us improve the readability of our results.  ...  Group reflection on distance may be enhanced by further structuring the discussion to focus on sub-sets of distances and by improving the visualisation of distances.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00766-015-0233-3 fatcat:7qrilfo3mjay5ghcecnptkgcsq

CONCEPTUAL CHANGE TEXTS IN CHEMISTRY TEACHING: A STUDY ON THE PARTICLE MODEL OF MATTER

Anne Beerenwinkel, Ilka Parchmann, Cornelia Gräsel
2010 International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education  
We found that reading the criteria-based text fostered students' awareness of common misconceptions about the particle model and yielded overall improved results as compared to reading a traditional text  ...  The conceptual change text was designed based on principles of text comprehensibility, of conceptual change instruction and of instructional approaches how to introduce the particle model.  ...  The question how to engage students in conceptual change processes at the beginning is mostly answered by the strategy of cognitive conflict.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10763-010-9257-9 fatcat:5waukq2as5b2jm2jphd72nklry

Conceptual change texts in chemistry teaching: A study on the particle model of matter

Anne Beerenwinkel, Ilka Parchmann, Cornelia Gräsel
2010 Zenodo  
We found that reading the criteria-based text fostered students' awareness of common misconceptions about the particle model and yielded overall improved results as compared to reading a traditional text  ...  The conceptual change text was designed based on principles of text comprehensibility, of conceptual change instruction and of instructional approaches how to introduce the particle model.  ...  The question how to engage students in conceptual change processes at the beginning is mostly answered by the strategy of cognitive conflict.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3240009 fatcat:ltyhzknlmffihljsmekvfogsem

Intuition in Organizations: Implications for Strategic Management

Gerard P. Hodgkinson, Eugene Sadler-Smith, Lisa A. Burke, Guy Claxton, Paul R. Sparrow
2009 Long range planning  
Old models based on a simplistic left brain/right brain dichotomy are giving way to more sophisticated conceptions, in which intuitive and analytical approaches to decision making are underpinned by complex  ...  In the wake of significant theoretical and methodological convergence centred on dual-process theories of reasoning, judgment and social cognition, supported by functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI  ...  , and where the decision process needs to be expedited. 24 The heuristics and biases programme of research instigated by Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky countered the rational actor model by demonstrating  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.lrp.2009.05.003 fatcat:heihsnnnyfb6rnmvu4bxceuay4

Qualitative System Dynamics as a Tool in Accessible Design

Anthony S. White
2011 Journal of Software Engineering and Applications  
The QSD method is used to address the problem of accessibility by using human control of automation as an example, and applying the QSD method to evaluate the effects of the researcher and user in the  ...  This simple automation model illustrates what can be found out from such a picture, in this indicating how the feedback from users has an influence on the time to deliver such designs.  ...  Key ideas that have informed the progress of HCI and accessibility research are the concepts of cognitive science and the idea that mental models are held by the user [19] .  ... 
doi:10.4236/jsea.2011.41008 fatcat:43sxra6ldrfefaqztnyqymtewi

Ergonomists as Designers: Computational Modelling and Simulation of Complex Socio-Technical Systems

Matthew Christopher Davis, Helen P. N. Hughes, Alison McKay, Mark A. Robinson, C. Natalie van der Wal
2019 Ergonomics  
We illustrate this potential by describing applications of computational modelling to: (1) teamworking within a multi-team engineering environment; (2) crowd behaviour in different transport terminals;  ...  Through example applications illustrating the benefits, limitations, and opportunities of such approaches, this paper is a point of reference for researchers and practitioners using computational modelling  ...  For Programmes such as NetLogo 1 and AnyLogic 2 make it relatively easy for most novice programmers to build ABMS, system dynamics, or discrete events simulations (in the same way as the graphical interface  ... 
doi:10.1080/00140139.2019.1682186 pmid:31617469 fatcat:44ritmwdvva3fk363o4p6no52a

Pedagogical content knowledge in science education: perspectives and potential for progress

Vanessa Kind
2009 Studies in science education  
The full-text may be used and/or reproduced, and given to third parties in any format or medium, without prior permission or charge, for personal research or study, educational, or not-for-profit purposes  ...  Studies in science education is available online at: The full-text may be used and/or reproduced, and given to third parties in any format or medium, without prior permission or charge, for personal research  ...  This is underpinned by a transformative PCK model in which SMK held by a trainee is transformed for students' benefit.  ... 
doi:10.1080/03057260903142285 fatcat:5jkcnhnasrhcpo45dnaldwh75i

Research on the Teaching and Learning of Geometry [chapter]

Keith Jones, Marianna Tzekaki
2016 The Second Handbook of Research on the Psychology of Mathematics Education  
Their findings revealed conflicting teacher beliefs between formal knowledge and mental images as well as typical misconceptions about lines and planes.  ...  In this way the students came to use angle as "a spatial visualisation concept" (ibid).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-6300-561-6_4 fatcat:q5e75sbttze4xe3zkfd76sr4r4

Controversies in water management: Frames and mental models

M.J. Kolkman, A.van der Veen, P.A.T.M. Geurts
2007 Environmental impact assessment review  
The "model output" is used to plan actions and to explain and predict external events. Doyle&Ford (1998) suggest the term "cognitive map" to refer to the external representation of the mental model.  ...  use to analyse mental models.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.eiar.2007.05.005 fatcat:qjnwku7fevhwrl663u4eeavd7i

Language teaching

1999 Language Teaching  
and mental models.  ...  The paper concludes by outlining the approach taken by the author in his attempt to improve the situation by writing a new Gaelic dictionary for primary school use.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444800013999 fatcat:gmpgtdtytffpjcw7yjpwl2krga

Curative rectal cancer surgery in a low-volume hospital: A quality assessment

A.J. Debes, R.H. Størkson, M.B. Jacobsen
2008 European Journal of Surgical Oncology  
Future cooperation between clinicians, software and hardware developers will lead to training opportunities and simulation technologies beyond our present imagination.  ...  Acknowledgements The technical advancements in the field of surgical simulation is fast and exciting and the imminent implementations include 3D-imaging, increasingly realistic haptic feedback and the  ...  This, combined with the promising results after TME published by Dr. RJ Heald, led to a national initiative for improving the outcome by initiating a nationwide educational programme.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ejso.2007.06.007 pmid:17669613 fatcat:rx4mloq3cza3xad7gqoy4jrdmq
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