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Naturalistic Decision Making and Macrocognition Preliminary pages Half-title Half-title verso Title page Title verso Contents List of figures List of tables Notes on contributors Foreword Main text Author index Subject index The main text is organized as follows: Part I: Orientation 1. The macrocognition framework of naturalistic decision making. Gary Klein, Robert Hoffman, and Jan Maarten Schraagen 2. Mind the gap: A skeptical view of macrocognition. John M. Flach. 3. Technology and ¿naturalistic¿ decision making: Myths and realities. Kathleen Mosier. Part II: The Heartland of macrocognition 4. Macrocognition, mental models, and cognitive task analysis methodology. Gary Klein and Robert Hoffman. 5. Investigative sense-making in criminal contexts. Tom Ormerod, Emma Barrett, and Paul Taylor. 6. Learning from experience: Incident management team leader training. Margaret Crichton, Kristina Lauche, & Rhona Flin. 7. Making sense of human behavior: Explaining how police officers assess danger during traffic stops. Laura A. Zimmerman. 8. Cultural variation in mental models of collaborative decision making. Anna McHugh, Jennifer Smith, and Winston Sieck. 9. Athletes, murderers, and a chinese farmer: Cultural perspectives on sensemaking. Mei-Hua Lin and Helen Altman Klein. 10. Strategies in naturalistic decision making: A cognitive task analysis of naval weather forecasting. Susan Joslyn and David Jones. 11. Supporting macrocognition in health care: Improving clinical reminders. Laura Militello, Emily Patterson, Jason Saleem, Shilo Anders, and Steven Asch. 12. Macrocognition and experiential learning in surgical teams. Simon Henderson. 13. Macrocognition in systems engineering: Supporting changes in the air traffic control tower. Peter Moertl, Craig Bonaceto, Steven Estes, and Kevin Burns. Part III: Micro-Macro relationships 14. Bridging macrocognitive / microcognitive methods: ACT-R under review. Claire McAndrew, Adrian Banks, and Julie Gore. 15. Reconceptualizing expertise: Learning from an expert¿s error. Stephen Deutsch. 16. Cognitive engineering based on expert skill: Notes on success and surprises. James J. Staszewski. Part IV: Alternative approaches 17. Representation of spatio¿temporal resource constraints in network-based command and control. Rogier Woltjer, Kip Smith, and Erik Hollnagel. 18. Situated cognitive engineering for complex task environments. Mark A. Neerincx and Jasper Lindenberg. Index
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