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Real-world crises are not prescriptive and may contain unexpected events, described here as startle points. Including these events in emergency training simulator scenarios is crucial in order to prepare for startle points that may arise in the real world. Startle points occur when individuals who assess and monitor emergency scenarios, are suddenly faced with an unexpected event, and are unsure how to proceed. This paper offers a nonempirical framework that explores how cues generated bydblp:conf/iscram/BarnettWWAS11 fatcat:wlkcgvkuwrgzdkxauigjwnhs2u