A longitudinal study of the effects of ecological interface design on skill acquisition

Christoffersen, Klaus; Hunter, Christopher N.
September 1996
Human Factors;Sep1996, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p523
Academic Journal
Describes a longitudinal study of the effect of interface design on skill acquisition in which participants' quasi-daily performance was observed over six months. Comparison of the performance of the two interfaces; Conduction of the experiment under the context of DURESS II, a real-time, interactive thermal-hydraulic process control simulation.


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