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Research Heymans Institute Traffic and Environmental Psychology (Verkeerspsychologie, Omgevingspsychologie)

Mental Workload

The assessment of mental workload is a central theme of many other subthemes. When working with Adaptive Automation, it is crucial to know how heavily loaded an operator is. In general three sources of information are used to determine operator mental workload: performance, self-report ratings, and psychophysiology.

Relevant projects/links:

The Measurement of Drivers' Mental Workload

Contact:
Dick De Waard

People:

Karel Brookhuis
Dick De Waard

Mental workload while merging into traffic
Mental workload while merging into traffic
Last modified:28 May 2021 3.48 p.m.
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