Personnel selection, training could mitigate the effects of cognitive lock-up among automation operators

Monday, September 5, 2016 - 14:32 in Psychology & Sociology

A correlation has been found between an operator’s working memory and ability to sustain attention and a phenomenon known as cognitive lock-up, when an individual focuses longer on an initial failure event than on subsequent failures.

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