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Engineering Psychology cognitive psychology – creativity design – transportation psychology – Operator Control operator control – HMI – visualisation of information – work&organisation psychology – theories of personality http : //u s ers Jakub Jura . fs. c vut. psy cz/~ju raj ch Jakub. [email protected] cvut. cz http: //users. fs. cvut. cz/~jurajaku /ing -
Course website • http: //users. fs. cvut. cz/~jurajaku/ingpsych/
What is Psychology? • Psychology is the science of behavior and mental processes. • Disciplines – – – – General Psychology Social Psychology Developmental Psychology of Personality Psychometrics Psychosemantics Clinical Psychology Psychotherapy
What is Engineering psychology? • Psychological approach to the solution of technical problems. • Engineering Psychology is mutidisciplinary science. • Engineering Psychology is concerned with adapting the equipment and environment to people, based upon their psychological capacities and limitations (Blum, 1952) • Roots: – – – Army psychology Ergonomics Transportation psychology Personnel psychology Experimental psychology
Creative design Problems (inventions, innovations) Hu ma nr aviation (altimeter - misreading error ) munitions factories eso ng • Tr (First World War) cal - S u ain r ces ele ni ing cti h c an ng e t f m o u h on to i t ta nts p nuclear industry a me d A ip r (Černobyl, Three Mile Island ) u to q e ra transportation e p o (speed merchant) Artificial intelligence • Te sti (MAS, UNS)
LAB TASKS • • Afterimage (Emmer law) Skin sensitivity Weber law Fechner law Reaction time Indicator evaluation EDA (Electro-Dermal Activities) Car driver analysis
Model of humane operator control Operator Sensoric. Internal proceses Motoric processes Sensation Perception Thinking, decision making, problem solving. Behaviour, Motoric func. Handlers Pilot lamps Controled system Aktors Functionla principles of Sensors controled sys.
Cognitive model of the operator
BIOCYS • Biocybernetic Analysis System (BIOCYS) for HMI (Han Machine Interface) - related cognitive factor analysis • Measuring of biological variables as a EEG, EMG, EDA. . . • Analysis of the data (expert system) • Incorporating new information in whole control system.
Cognitive model for HMI design
Creative conceptaul design
Operator selection (testing) • Computer adaptive • testing