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SMWSwedish Microwave AB (est. 1986)
SMWSchares Metal Works (Oelwein, IA)
SMWSoil Mix Wall
SMWSetup Manager Wizard (Microsoft Windows)
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SMWSingle Malt Whiskey
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Evaluation of subjective mental workload: A comparison of SWAT, NASA-TLX, and Workload Profile methods.
Measures of reaction time to the braking of the lead vehicle, situation awareness, subjective mental workload, and perceived distraction were collected.
In their recent review, Wierwille and Eggemeier (1993) briefly discussed context sensitivity as a potential problem for subjective mental workload measures, a problem that we believe has not been sufficiently recognized.
If this range is restricted to the lower or upper end, a subjective mental workload scale's external validity may be compromised, especially for assessments of whether mental workload level exceeds a critical level in a system test and evaluation (Wierwille & Eggemeier, 1993).
The present experiments had two purposes: first, to determine whether range of task difficulty influences ratings on standardized multidimensional subjective mental workload measures, and second, to determine whether testing procedures might be modified to reduce context effects, if present.
These are two of the most widely used standardized multidimensional subjective mental workload techniques (Hill et al., 1992; Wierwille & Eggemeier, 1995) and are representative of subjective mental workload techniques.
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