Origins of situation awareness: Cautionary tales from the history of concepts of attention

  • Hoffman R
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Abstract

Core elements of Endsley's models of situation awareness can be found in the history of the psychology of attention. History affords cautionary tales about the fuzzy nature of all attention constructs, the trap of reification, and the benefits of mindfulness in the modeling of cognitive phenomena.

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  • apprehension
  • attention
  • history of psychology

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  • Robert Hoffman

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