On learning to play with other kids' toys: A response to Sanderson and Benda
Abbreviated Journal Title
Behavioral Sciences; Engineering, Industrial; Ergonomics; Psychology, ; Applied; Psychology
In their critique of our research, Sanderson and Benda (1998, this issue) suggest several concerns with our characterization and utilization of the Exploratory Sequential Data Analysis (ESDA) approach. In this response, we consider each of the concerns in the context of training needs analysis. We conclude that the ESDA framework appears to hold promise as a training needs analysis tool. However further dialogue between the experts in the ESDA approach and those in training is required to realize this potential.
"On learning to play with other kids' toys: A response to Sanderson and Benda" (1998). Faculty Bibliography 1990s. 2189.