GUIDEBOOK FOR THE COLLECTION OF HUMAN FACTORS DATA.
HRB-SINGER INC STATE COLLEGE PA
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The guidebook was developed primarily as a reference to aid the Project Officer in the assessment of human factors effects on system performance and in the isolation of the causal factors. There are three sections to this guidebook, each serving a different purpose. Section I provides the necessary background information and sets the perspective for the use of the techniques and materials presented in Section II. This section contains the tools and techniques for system evaluation. This includes methods for obtaining time, accuracy, and maintenance data as well as the techniques for analyzing and interpreting these data. Methods for obtaining qualitative data through questionnaires and checklists are also contained in this section, including sample questionnaires and checklists. The third section Section III contains a fairly detailed example of the application of the previously described techniques. Also included are rather complete lists of test objectives and criteria measures. Author
- Human Factors Engineering and Man Machine Systems