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By Advanced Life Support Group, Peter-Marc Fortune, Mike Davis, Jacky Hanson, Barabara Phillips

Human elements pertains to the interplay of people and technical structures. Human components engineering analyzes initiatives, contemplating the parts with regards to a couple of components focusing quite on human interactions and the interface among humans operating inside structures. This booklet can assist teachers educate the subject of human components.

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References to speaker is particularly insensitive. Often stereotypes your reactions may be enough of a clue to the speaker that their comment is inappropriate Participants The ‘need to know’ principle applies Unless all members of a group are in considering who should be known to one another, it is useful to involved in a conversation. Loose ensure that introductions are part of collections of people or occupants the preamble to the session, however of a common room or other space informal. See ‘briefing’, Chapter 9 might enable accidental or incidental participation Ends Other characteristics of an In the event of the status of any encounter should indicate the potential decision making being extent to which there will be formal uncertain, this should be clarified, with outcomes and someone to act on clear agreement as to who should be these.

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You know that they cannot be flashing, but can you convince your brain? So why does this happen? 24 Chapter 3 Illusions occur when the brain tries to make sense out of conflicting information or adds stored information based on experience or cultural conventions. Sight is fallible and images can easily be ‘misread’ giving rise to errors in information processing. A practical example that many have experienced is the sensation that you are moving when sitting in a stationary car while the vehicle next to you moves slowly alongside.

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