Converging minds: Assessing team performance using psychophysiological measures

  • Vartak A
  • Somvanshi S
  • Fidopiastis C
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Effective teams are an integral component to the success and the advancement of any organization. This issue emphasizes the need to develop valid measures for team performance especially in operational environments. The use of psychophysiological data has been proposed as a candidate for developing these team-level measures. In this paper, we review past research in the field and discuss two contrasting approaches to model human cognition used in the context of teams. We then propose a test-bed for evaluating these models for human-in-the loop adaptive systems using psychophysiological measures.

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  • Closed-loop human systems
  • Information processing
  • Psychophysiology
  • Social cybernetics
  • Team cognition
  • Team performance

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  • Aniket A. Vartak

  • Siddharth S. Somvanshi

  • Cali M. Fidopiastis

  • Denise Nicholson

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