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Fri Mar 21 17:03:42 2014 UTClccn-n500405870.00Donald Broadbent0.620.81Human factors in hazardous situations : a discussion /108374809Donald_Broadbentn 5004058775779Broadbent, D. E.Broadbent, D. E., 1926-1993Broadbent, D. E. (Donald Eric)Broadbent, Donald.Broadbent, Donald 1926-1993Broadbent, Donald E.Broadbent, Donald EricBroadbent, Donald Eric 1926-1993lccn-n50027475Pribram, Karl H.1919-comedtlccn-n81057107Baddeley, Alan D.1934-edtlccn-n84180809Weiskrantz, Lawrenceedtlccn-n98803309Treisman, Annethslccn-no98090602Staveley-Taylor, Helenhstlccn-no2002112640Reddy, PeterMSchstlccn-n80034905British Academylccn-nb2004308660Royal Society (Great Britain)lccn-no2002112641Uniview Academic Videos (Firm)lccn-n81037449Longuet-Higgins, H. C.Broadbent, Donald E.(Donald Eric)Conference proceedingsAttentionInformation theory in psychologyHearingBehaviorism (Psychology)MemoryHuman information processingChoice (Psychology)Stress (Psychology)Psychology--ResearchCognitionPhilosophy of mindArtificial intelligencePhilosophy and cognitive scienceBroadbent, Donald E.--(Donald Eric)Cognition in childrenLearning, Psychology ofTreisman, AnnePsycholinguisticsIndustrial safetyPerceptionLearning--Physiological aspectsNeuropsychologyMemory--Physiological aspectsPsychologyGreat BritainConditioned responseReinforcement (Psychology)Nuclear power plants--Safety measuresCognitive psychologyDistraction (Psychology)Developmental psychologyCommunicationDisastersPsychology, AppliedNoise--Physiological effectStress (Physiology)Environmental engineeringEducational psychologyNoise controlDecision makingErrorsHeatingHuman behavior19261993195119521953195419561958196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731975197919801981198219831984198619871988198919901991199219931995200320042005200720082014611274262150.1943BF199ocn247363746ocn468622490ocn440139225ocn264691554ocn468622985ocn797771979ocn803262496ocn830877200ocn802520122ocn757223520ocn856689101ocn658510471ocn863487742ocn298411666ocn863548697ocn863554493ocn863535794ocn863468196ocn863512407ocn863512930ocn863507051ocn863552993127652ocn000191626book19540.56Broadbent, Donald EPerception and communicationThis book discusses principles and theories regarding perception and communication. Relevant research data is presented which support these theories. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2004 APA, all rights reserved)109437ocn000269369book19610.56Broadbent, Donald EBehaviour"The science of behavior is one of the most exact and fruitful of the psychological disciplines; yet it is frequently misrepresented and often the layman is hardly aware of its existence. This exceptionally rewarding book describes and discusses the broad experimental achievements of the behaviorists, in a lucid and non-technical style. W. H. Thorpe wrote in The Cambridge Review: 'It is so well done that I doubt whether there is a psychologist or ethologist anywhere who would not profit in knowledge and understanding by reading at least some part of it: for the simplicity of its writing and the clarity of its exposition are indeed notable.'"--Cover. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2013 APA, all rights reserved)69716ocn000151871book19710.63Broadbent, Donald EDecision and stressComponents of the scene; Vigilance: results with traditional measures; Vigilance: the approach with measures from decision theory; Some necessary preliminaries on the nature of the auditory system; Selective perception; Reaction to stimuli occurring with different probabilities; The speed of decisions; Primary memory; Noise and other stresses; Speculations and plans68810ocn000102012book19700.66Pribram, Karl HBiology of memory6008ocn000663513book19730.63Broadbent, Donald EIn defence of empirical psychology38311ocn027682665book19930.76Attention : selection, awareness, and control : a tribute to Donald Broadbent+-+79287034653488ocn025873976book19910.70The Simulation of human intelligence+-+78823668151814ocn012161963book19810.79The Psychological mechanisms of language : a joint symposium of the Royal Society and the British Academy held on 11 and 12 March 1981Conference proceedings15310ocn023600914book19900.70Royal Society (Great Britain). Discussion Meeting (1989 June 28-29)Human factors in hazardous situations : proceedings of a Royal Society Discussion Meeting held on 28 and 29 June 1989Conference proceedingsHuman performance is a key factor in the operation of many systems: for example, in nuclear power installations and in transport. The topics discussed in this volume are of both theoretical and practical importance. The contributions were presented and discussed at a Royal Society meeting in June 19891146ocn011095825book19820.73The neuropsychology of cognitive function : proceedings of a Royal Society discussion meeting held on 18 and 19 November 1981Conference proceedings1017ocn011399579book19830.73Royal Society (Grande-Bretagne). Discussion Meeting$ (1983)Functional aspects of human memory : proceedings of a Royal Society discussion meeting held on 26 and 27 January 1983Conference proceedings389ocn263540327book19810.59The Psychological mechanisms of language : a joint symposium of the Royal Society and the British AcademyConference proceedings202ocn867932477file20140.47Broadbent, Donald EIn Defence of Empirical Psychology (Psychology Revivals)191ocn022169533book19900.31Great BritainFirst report on training and related matters166ocn030214569book19640.59Broadbent, Donald ENoise in industry143ocn022538659book19900.81Broadbent, Donald EHuman factors in hazardous situations : a discussion133ocn009964735book19830.73Royal Society (Great Britain). Discussion Meeting (1983 Jan. 26-27 : London, England?)Functional aspects of human memory : a discussionConference proceedings131ocn025511426book19910.29Great BritainHuman reliability assessment : a critical overview113ocn016876898book19580.47Broadbent, Donald EPercepción y communicación101ocn781598082serial0.73Oxford psychology series2147ocn034317831visu19950.53Uniview Academic VideosAttention(Producer) Do we really have to pay attention to control and direct all our behavior? How is it that we focus our attention on one input or stimulus and ignore the rest? This program answers these questions by examining the following concepts: the selective attention models of Broadbent and Triesman are described using real life examples such as air traffic controllers; divided attention theories are described and evaluated; and the area of visual attention is illustrated by the demonstration of the visual search technique and the Stroop test122ocn032720554book19950.53Donald Broadbent and applied cognitive psychology31ocn071510312com20050.47Study of attention"Do we really have to pay attention to control and direct all our behavior? How is it that we focus our attention on one input or stimulus and ignore the rest? This program answers these questions by examining the following concepts: the selective attention models of Broadbent and Triesman are described using real-life examples such as air traffic controllers; divided attention theories are described and evaluated; and the area of visual attention is illustrated by the demonstration of the visual search technique and the Stroop test"--Website11ocn779783287book1993Donald BroadbentDied Apr. 10 199311ocn437059507book19910.47Special issue to mark the retirement of Donald Broadbent+-+7882366815+-+7882366815Fri Mar 21 16:08:03 EDT 2014batch18075