Human Factors Methods and Sports Science 'A Practical Guide'
Paul Salmon, Neville Anthony Stanton, Adam Gibbon, Daniel Jenkins and Guy H. WalkerEditorial: CRC Press Fecha de publicación: 15/12/2009 Páginas: 378
Formato: Hardback 254 x 178 mm
Filled with supporting case studies, this book demonstrates contemporary cognitive and social human factors methods that can be used to analyze individual and team performance in sport. The book presents an exhaustive review of human factors methods and points to those most compatible with sports performance. The authors detail the methods and use the case studies to illustrate their application in analyzing performance. The book focuses on nine categories of human factor methods: data collection, task analysis, cognitive task analysis, process charting, human error identification, situation awareness measurement, workload measurement, team performance assessment, and time analysis.
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