Human Performance Task Batteries and Models: An Abilities-Based Directory
Final rept. 6 Sep 1985-30 Nov 1986
FLORIDA INST OF TECH MELBOURNE
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This Directory represents the start of a research program directed towards the creation of a human abilities matrix which cross-references data on real world jobs, laboratory performance tasks, and human performance models. The matrix will use the abilities requirements approach of Fleishman Quaintance 1984 as the unifying element among these three dimensions. The present effort compiles and cross-references information on computer-based performance assessment batteries and modelstheories of human performance. Data from ten batteries, one hundred twenty-three tasks, and seven models have been included. For the performance batteries, this information includes availability acquisition details as well as computer hardware and software characteristics. This document, then, enables researchers to quickly access such data as well as to ascertain those areas in which a paucity of data exists. Keywords Human Performance, Performance, Assessment, Batteries, Theory, Models.