Application of Cognitive Load Theory to Develop a Measure of Team Cognitive Efficiency
Abbreviated Journal Title
decision making; cognitive load; team cognition; WORKING-MEMORY; INSTRUCTIONAL CONDITIONS; TRAINING ENVIRONMENTS; SPLIT-ATTENTION; DESIGN; Psychology, Multidisciplinary
Improving human systems integration through technologically advanced training and performance aids has become increasingly important to military transformation. Measures of improved cognitive and coordination processes arising from the employment of transformational tools are necessary to guide the refinement and future development of such technologies. In this article, we describe a cognitive load theory approach to developing a combinatory measure of individual workload and team performance following an experimental intervention involving training and a decision support system. We discuss how indicators of what we term team cognitive efficiency can improve assessing the effectiveness of transformational processes and technologies.
"Application of Cognitive Load Theory to Develop a Measure of Team Cognitive Efficiency" (2013). Faculty Bibliography 2010s. 4164.