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Multiple Choice Quiz

Module 9: Human Factors

1) Motor programmes are behaviour subroutines
2) "Risky Shift" is a tendency to take more risky decission in a group 3) During visual scanning the eye movement should be small and frequent 4) The amount of stress experienced with a particular task is dependent on the perceived demand and perceived ability

5) An excessive noise level would increase performance never

1) The cycle REM sleep and stages 1-4 sleep
occurs about every 90 minutes
2) The alerting system for an important system failure should be a flashing visual signal, preferably red
3) One of the main problems encountered when using a routine check list is that individual responses may become automatic rather than diligent 4) Long shift work will decrease your maintenance ability

5) If a person is colour blind which colours would be most difficult to see red and green

1) phase 3 and 4 sleep is most beneficial for the bodies recovery 2) Human error is due to low body temperature
3) In a discussion the person who is most likely to be agreed with is the person w ith highest status
4) after a long night shift what meal is most
recommended one in high carbohydrates (to increase sugar level) 5) Long shift work will decrease your diagnostic and maintenance ability

1) A good scan is best achieved by frequent and small eye movement 2) Stress is caused by the perceived ability is insufficient to cope with the perceived demand 3) A major source of error using checklists is they may be responded to automatically 4) Detail is best sensed by the........and movement best sensed by the ...... the fovea & the periphery

5) Stress management is coping with the stress

1) Skill based behaviour is associated with motor programme
2) Rule based behaviours are stored in the long term memory
3) an individual is likely to comply with a decision made by someone of greater status 4) to minimize the chances of heart disease, it is recommended that a minimum amount of exercise should be 3 times a w eek with the heart rate doubling the normal rate for at least 20 minutes 5) Stress in an individual is largely dependent on evaluation of ability and the demands placed on it.

1) Conductive deafness can be caused by damage to the Cochlea 2) Information on drugs and alcohol can be found in AWN 47
3) 70-80 % of the total focusing ability of the eye is carried out by the corne 4) After general anaesthetic you
should you must not return to work for at least 24 to 48 hours (w hich w ill depend on the individual) 5) Your doctor has prescribed you tranquillisers as you are suffering from a fit what should you do. should not work when taking them.

1) The pupil of the eye grows smaller In conditions of increased light 2) The area of the brain which interprets information from the eyes is known as: the visual cortex
3) peripheral vision is obtained by the part of the eye known as the rods 4) Information in the short term memory must be actively rehearsed to ensure long term retention 5) Following consumption of alcohol is safe to fly or work on aircraft at a time after the last drink dependent on the amount of alcohol

1) during visual scanning the eye movement should be small and frequent 2) the amount of stress experienced with a particular task is dependent on the perceived demand and perceived ability
3) The cycle of REM sleep and stage 1-4 sleep
occurs about every 90 minutes
4) The alerting system for an important system failure should be; a flashing visual signal, preferably red
5) One of the main problems encountered when using a routine check list is that individual responses may become automatic rather than diligent

1) An excessive noise level would increase performance never 2) Long and short sightedness is caused by distortion of eye ball 3) The cycle of REM sleep and stage 1-4 sleep
occurs about every 90 minutes
4) The alerting system for an important system failure should be a flashing visual signal,...
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