ISO 10075-3:2004 Preview
Ergonomic principles related to mental workload -- Part 3: Principles and requirements concerning methods for measuring and assessing mental workload
This standard was last reviewed and confirmed in 2013. Therefore this version remains current.
ISO 10075-3:2004 establishes principles and requirements for the measurement and assessment of mental workload and specifies the requirements for measurement instruments. ISO 10075-3:2004 provides information for choosing appropriate methods and provides information on aspects of assessing and measuring mental workload to improve communication among the parties involved.
ISO 10075-3:2004 is intended for use mainly by ergonomic experts, for example, psychologists, occupational health specialists, and/or physiologists, with appropriate training in the theoretical background and usage of such methods, as well as in the interpretation of the results. They will find the information needed when developing or evaluating methods of mental-workload assessment.
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