Workload: An Examination of the Concept
concerned with . . . (1) the manner in which the task-operator loop can be modeled to derive useful explications of the concept of work load and (2) the theoretical status of the different modes of measurement employed in the assessment of workload
review the search for relevant task and subject attributes as well as the combination rules that may be applied to these measurable variables so as to provide a measure of workload / emphasize . . . that we view workload as an attribute of the interaction between a person and a task
limitations of the central processor / bottleneck models of human limitations
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Workload: An examination of the concept, in K. R. Boff, L. Kaufman & J.P. Thomas (Eds.), Handbook of Perception and Human Performance, Vol II, Wiley & Sons, p. 1-49
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Gopher, Danial and Donchin, Emanuel, "Workload: An Examination of the Concept" (1986). Psychology Faculty Publications. 283.