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This worksheet was developed by Sarah Wiseman and Sandy Gould to be used in conjunction with Errordiary and teaching people about the psychology of human error. Please visit www.errordiary.org for …

This worksheet was developed by Sarah Wiseman and Sandy Gould to be used in conjunction with Errordiary and teaching people about the psychology of human error. Please visit www.errordiary.org for more information.

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  • 1.    Classifying   # errordiary     Populate  the  table  below  with  examples  from  http://errordiary.org   Error  Type   Errordiary  example   Capture     (Automatic  activation  of  a  well-­‐ learned  routine  that  overrides  the   current  intended  activity)   Double  Capture     (The  unintended  activation  of  a     related  strong  action  schema)       Omission   (Due  to  interruptions)       Loss  of  Activation     (Schemas  that  have  been  activated   lose  activation)   Description  Slip     (Incomplete  or  ambiguous   specification  of  intention  that  is   similar  to  a  familiar  intention)   Associative  Activation  Slip     (Activation  of  similar  but  incorrect     schemas)       Perceptual  Confusion  Slip       Repetition  of  Action  Slip     (Repetition  of  an  correctly   performed  action)   Cross-­‐talk  Slip  (concurrent)    (Action  components  are  exchanged   between  two  or  more  concurrent   actions)   Cross-­‐talk  Slip  (sequential)    (Action  components  are  exchanged   between  two  or  more  sequential   actions)