Sonar Operators' Attitudes and Beliefs: Effects of Introduction of New Systems.
Technical rept. Jul 75-Jun 76,
NAVY PERSONNEL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER SAN DIEGO CALIF
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The present study assessed the extent to which 41 sonar operators used the various functions and features of new systems properly, their evaluations of various aspects of the system, and the relationship of these evaluations to their performance on the system. Results indicated that 1 None of the operators successfully performed all of the operations necessary to solve the problem 2 The higher the level of operators performance, the more routine their orientation toward the system and 3 General indices, such as satisfaction with leadership or organization, were not related to performance. Author