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Course Name
Turkish Denizcilikte İnsan Faktörü
English Human Factor in Maritime
Course Code
DZC 503 Credit Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester -
3 3 - -
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator Leyla Tavacıoğlu
Course Objectives 1. Provides a comprehensive overview of human factors issues within the maritime domain
2. Discusses a socio-technical network that incorporates human, group, technology, work practice,
organization, and work environment aspects
3. Outlines dimensions of human factors
4. Covers aspects of cognitive psychology as it is applied to maritime human factors such as senses
and perception, information processing and decision making, and human behavior
Course Description Historical and evolution of human factors at sea, Socio-technical system model, Human fatality, Perception,
Cognitive behavior, Individual and task ınteraction factors, Job-Resting cycles, mental workload, Physical
Workload, Stress, Communication, Social role and power, Four dimensions of communication, Operational
analysis, Teamwork, Environmental ınteraction factors, Individual factors and technological factors,
Individual factors of organizational failure, Culture in maritime working conditions, Human-machine
ınteraction in maritime safety, Human factors in maritime, Human factors in maritime problems research
methods
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