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Cognitive neuroscience of human systems work and everyday life

Author: Chris Forsythe; Huafei Liao; Michael Christopher Stefan Trumbo; Rogelio E Cardona-Rivera
Publisher: Boca Raton London New York CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group 2017
Series: Human factors and ergonomics
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Chris Forsythe; Huafei Liao; Michael Christopher Stefan Trumbo; Rogelio E Cardona-Rivera
ISBN: 9781138073371 1138073377 9781466570573 1466570571
OCLC Number: 987973794
Accession No: (OBV)AC13696455 (DE-599)OBVAC13696455
Notes: Literaturangaben
Description: xiv, 306 Seiten Illustrationen, Diagramme
Contents: IntroductionAcknowledgmentsReferencesA Few BasicsNeurons: A Basic Unit of the BrainNeurons Live in a Protected Fluid Environment The Brain Sustains a Homeostatic BalanceOur Brains Are Continually Being Shaped Many Functions May Be Localized to SpecificRegions of the Brain Everyday Activities Involve Integrated Functions Dispersedthroughout the Brain The Brain Is a Complex System, Yet Is Only One Componentin a Larger System of SystemsNo Two Brains Work Exactly the SameOur Best Measures Do Not Tell Us Exactly How the Brain WorksMagnetoencephalography (MEG)AcknowledgmentsReferencesConscious AwarenessConscious versus Nonconscious EngagementVulnerabilities That Arise Due to the Limits of OurConscious AwarenessTiming of Brain Processes and Conscious AwarenessDefault Network: Mind Wandering Inattentional BlindnessImplicit Operations of the BrainUnconscious Impact of Cognitive State on DecisionsAcknowledgments ReferencesPerceptual ExperienceOur Minds Attend To a Small Slice of What Our Brains Sense Our Judgment Is Shaped by Unconscious Sensory ExperiencesPerception Is MultisensoryThe Brain Responds More Strongly To Some Stimuli than Others Vulnerabilities Arising from Our Perceptual ProcessesPerceptual Activities the Brain Does Well Perception Is Not a Continuous Process Perceptual Processes May Be Flexibly Adapted To Circumstances The External World Is Replicated within the Brain Activity in the Brain Does Not Mean There Was a ConsciousPerceptual Experience Our Brains Are Specially Tuned To the Actions of Others Our Sense of the World Is a Product of Our Social Environment Acknowledgments References Strengths and Weaknesses How to Cope with the Inherent Weaknesses of the Human Brain Designating to Our Strengths The Google Effect and the Symbiosis between Brain andTechnologyOnce a Task Has Become Automated, Conscious ControlCan Be Surprisingly Effortful Are We Multitaskers or Merely Good Task Switchers? Brains Reflexively Respond To Exceptions As "Pattern-Seeking Primates," the Default Condition Is to BelieveAcknowledgments References Error Error from the Brain's Perspective Organizational Approach to Human Error Confusion Regarding the Term Human Error Interactive Nature and Complexity of Human Error Error Classifications Summary Acknowledgments References Cognitive States Pharmacological Enhancement: Caffeine Pharmacological Enhancement: Nicotine Cognitive Enhancement through Physical Exercise Cognitive Enhancement through Meditation Concluding Thoughts and Future DirectionsAcknowledgmentsReferencesExpertise Anders Ericsson and the Notion of Deliberative Practice What Makes an Expert Different?Acknowledgments References Teams and GroupsDefining GroupsSocial Psychology and NeuroscienceCooperation and AltruismGroup Intelligence Social Cognition, Metacognition, and Mentalization Neural Synchronization and Correlation During Group Processes NeuroeconomicsAcknowledgmentsReferencesNeurotechnologyNeurotechnology to Augment, Train, Preserve, or Repair Cognitive SkillsNeurotechnology as a Tool to Design or Adapt Human-Computer Interaction Neurotechnology as a New Modality through Which Systems Are ControlledNeurophysiological MeasurementDesiderata for Design in NeurotechnologyFuture Directions Neurogaming Multiplayer Neurogaming Neurocognitive Approaches to Interactive Narratives Acknowledgments References
Series Title: Human factors and ergonomics
Responsibility: Chris Forsythe, Huafei Liao, Michael Trumbo, Rogelio E. Cardona-Rivera

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