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Notes 09-15-15

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Notes 09-15-15 11059

zelly nebrat
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Human Factors Design
Robert Henning

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Human Factors Design
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by zelly nebrat on Monday October 12, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to 11059 at University of Connecticut taught by Robert Henning in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 30 views.


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Date Created: 10/12/15
PSYC 3601001 091515 Page 1 of 1 Demonstration in Henning39s lab along with guest speaker Breathing amp physiological response joystick feedback audio feedback delay 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 BehavioralPhysiological Interpreation i 3 types of feedback during machine operation a Reactive hand muscles b Instrumental noise clicks force c Operational sight Social cuybernetics with yoked motorsensory contro i How individuals react with others a System effect working as a system 1 Are they thinking clearly as a team stressed as a team etc b What each person sees is based on stimulus and feedback control c Adjust your speaking based on response hand gestures vs completely still ii If email messages are delayed then that is deayed feedback Typing video conference etc Reciprocal effects of motorsensory contro on physiology during mutua social tracking i Anytime you behave you are jointly controlling each other39s physiology a Why you feel comfortable or awkward around another person Three modes of social tracking have been identi ed and studied experimentally i Serieslinked tracking map reader tells driver what to do hanging a picture on the wall one person in the back of the room directs the person ontheadder ii Parallellinked tracking compensatory tracking 3egged race defense of football team work to block the same opponent iii Imitative tracking mirror in ballet room Controlled experimental studies of social tracking i Each person uses a joystick for input control ii Level of control can be varied among team members 50 100 etc Relational social tracking i Ex car in front of you breaks you break too imitative ii Ex construction site speed control serieslinked Watching others interact i Child sees parents a Kissing bthUng c Cooking


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