Tag: engineering psychology

  • The Answer is Love ❤️

    The Answer is Love ❤️

    Human centric design is important now more than ever. By vibrationally exuding the love that defines what makes us unique in our design, the past, present, and the future can be affected for a positive existence based on sustainable relationships built on gratifying interactions with a healthy environment. Watch AI robot brings awareness to officials…

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  • Why Don’t We Heed?

    Why Don’t We Heed?

    #amomentwithmaghie Identifying Research Problems To discuss the organization of identifying research problems as defined by Leedy et al (2019), a study conducted in South Carolina, United States of America (USA) that focused on mobile home residents’ perspectives of tornadoes was chosen as the focus. It also addressed the protective actions of the State of South…

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  • “Hello Computer,”

    “Hello Computer,”

    #amomentwithmaghie #discussionzone As a human factors professional, designing human-centric applications presents challenges in a fast-paced world of systems development. A near-future application likely to be implemented in an industrial setting using speech as the principal interface points to a basis in what has been deemed “artificial intelligence,” more commonly known as “A.I.” Because of the…

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  • Clarity in Ambiguity

    Clarity in Ambiguity

    #amomentwithmaghie #discussionzone Ambiguity is a result of the detachment between human processing and responses that lead to original thought.   “Psycholinguistics, which focuses on the psychological study of language, is concerned with comprehension, representation, speech production, and acquisition of language” (Goldstein, p. 324, 2018).   By integrating the knowledge of how important language is to the creation…

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  • Lanes of Interference

    Lanes of Interference

    #amomentwithmaghie #discussionzone The aviation industry today is at the forefront of technological design as advancements have profound effects on the general population. With this insight, understanding the roles and processes of pilots as a smaller group study allows for economical resource utilization along with individuals exposed to similar semantic experiences in the workplace.  Developing human-centric…

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