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Neuroergonomics - Analyzing Brain Function to Enhance Human Performance in Complex Systems
GEORGE MASON UNIV FAIRFAX VA SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURE LAB
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Why Neuroergonomics To design effective human-machine systems, we must 1 Understand mind in relation to work and technology -- ergonomics 2 Mind cannot be understood without studying the brain -- neuroscience 3 Hence study brain and mind in complex work domains -- Neuroergonomics. Neuroergonomics can provide for more effective and natural interaction between humans and technology. Two examples of Neuroergonomics 1 Neuroimaging and adaptive automation -- Enhancing performance of operators supervising multiple unmanned vehicles 2 Molecular genetics and proteomics -- Identifying rapid decision makers in command and control.
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