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Designing training for process control simulators : a review of empirical findings and current practices

  • Kluge, Annette Research Institute for Organizational Psychology, University of St Gallen, Switzerland
  • Sauer, Jürgen Department of Psychology, University of Fribourg, Switzerland
  • Schüler, Kerstin Research Institute for Organizational Psychology, University of St Gallen, Switzerland
  • Burkolter, Dina Research Institute for Organizational Psychology, University of St Gallen, Switzerland
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    2009
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  • Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science. - Taylor & Francis. - 2009, vol. 10, no. 6, p. 489-509
English Although simulators have been widely used as training environments in different industries (e.g. oil and nuclear power), there is little rigorous empirical work evaluating the effectiveness of the training methods employed. This article examines the use of simulator training in process control environments. The results of an exploratory field study are reported and the current practices of simulator training are described. The study revealed that simulator training varied considerably across organisations, often with little theoretical or empirical work to guide training design. To evaluate the utility and effectiveness of different methods of simulator training in process control environments, the article also presents a literature review of the research on laboratory- and field-based training. Several training methods are identified as having particular potential for temporal and adaptive transfer and are to be empirically tested in future studies.
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Département de Psychologie
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  • English
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Psychology
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