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34 Human Factors Methods Flowchart START Define the aims and objectives of the study Define the target population Construct the questionnaire, include introduction, classification, information and epilogue sections Conduct pilot run Make changes to questionnaire based upon pilot study requirements Administer questionnaire Collect completed questionnaires Transfer raw data to computer and analyse STOP Data Collection Methods 35 Example Marshall, Stanton, Young, Salmon, Harris, Demagalski, Waldmann and Dekker (2003) conducted a study designed to investigate the prediction of design induced error on civil flight decks.

G. usability, error analysis, task analysis) also requires that specific data regarding task performance in the system under analysis is collected, represented and analysed accordingly. Data collection methods therefore represent the cornerstone of any HF analysis effort. ), the system environment and also the organisational environment. In terms of Human Factors Integration, therefore, the methods can readily contribute to understanding of Personnel, Training, Human Factors Engineering and System Safety.

Similarly, institutions do not readily agree to personnel being observed whilst at work, and often access is rejected on this basis. 1. Interviews Interviews offer a flexible approach to data collection and have consequently been applied for a plethora of different purposes. Interviews can be used to collect a wide variety of data, ranging from user perceptions and reactions, to usability and error related data. There are three types of interview available to the HF practitioner. These are structured interviews, semi-structured and unstructured or open interviews.

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