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ERIC Number: ED012974
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Oct
Pages: 1
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DIMENSIONS OF SIMULATION.
CRAWFORD, MEREDITH P.
OPEN AND CLOSED LOOP SIMULATION IS DISCUSSED FROM THE VIEWPOINT OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN TRAINING TECHNIQUES. AREAS DISCUSSED INCLUDE--(1) OPEN-LOOP ENVIRONMENTAL SIMULATION, (2) SIMULATION NOT INVOLVING PEOPLE, (3) ANALYSIS OF OCCUPATIONS, (4) SIMULATION FOR TRAINING, (5) REAL-SIZE SYSTEM SIMULATION, (6) TECHNIQUES OF MINIATURIZATION, AND (7) SIMULATION WITH EMPHASIS ON THE PEOPLE INVOLVED. FIVE DIMENSIONS FOR SIMULATION IN EDUCATION AND TRAINING ARE IDENTIFIED--(1) THE SCOPE, EXTENT, OR SEGMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT REPRESENTED IN THE SIMULATION, (2) THE DURATION OF THE EXPERIENCE PROVIDED BY SIMULATION, (3) THE DEGREE OF MEDIACY BETWEEN THE PERSON AND THE RAW ENVIRONMENT, IN TERMS OF BOTH PERCEPTUAL AND EFFECTOR INTERACTIONS, (4) THE DEGREE OF CENTRALITY OF INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS, AND (5) THE DEGREE OF APPARENT COGNITIVE INVOLVEMENT. THIS PRESENTATION WAS DELIVERED TO THE DIVISION OF MILITARY PSYCHOLOGY (DIV. 19), ANNUAL CONVENTION OF THE AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION (73RD, SEPTEMBER, 1965) AND APPEARS IN "AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGIST," VOLUME 21, NUMBER 8, AUGUST 1966. (HW)
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Authoring Institution: George Washington Univ., Alexandria, VA. Human Resources Research Office.
Identifiers: ALEXANDRIA