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Author: Nazli Monajemzadeh

Increasing automation of manufacturing has changed the relationship between workers and the technology employed to get work done. Cognitive work is replacing manual labour. Established productivity improvement methods need to comprehend increased complexity, less tractable processes and a workforce where expertise is a differentiator of...

The resource-based view (RBV) emphasizes that firms’ resources are an essential factor that influence competitive advantage and performance. According to RBV, firms control certain resources under various categories that can potentially contribute towards enhanced performance.  Prior studies verify firms possess resources that provide the potential...

The literature on business incubators focuses mostly on the organizational entity which performs a set of activities or services for incubated firms, such as facility renting, coaching, training and networking (Mian, 1996; 1997; Rice, 2002; Peters et al., 2004; Bergek and Norrman, 2008; Bøllingtoft, 2012;...

Organizational cognition is a system and process aims at the improvement of organizational learning and development. It subsumes attention, leadership, culture, structure, empowerment, knowledge workers and decision-making and problem-solving processes. Organizational cognitive theory sate that as opposed to human cognition, which is natural, organizational cognition is...

The interdisciplinary scientific study of psychology, computational science, linguistics, philosophy and neuroscience to understand the human mind has been defined as cognitive sciences (MIT, 2018). The application in the field of cybersecurity allows an interrelation between the procedures, security practices, the knowledge generated by computer systems, security blogs, vulnerability...

Learning and memory serve a critical function in allowing organisms to alter their behavior in the face of changing environments (Maren, 2008). Learning and memory are critical for survival and reproduction of any animal. Invertebrates show rich repertories of sensory behavior, thus facilitating the analysis of learning and memory....

The decision theory studying control problems for systems of various nature (technical, biological, socio-economic) has become independent science branch during last decades. The decision   theory   actively   uses   methods   of   mathematics, psychology, informatics. The cognitive simulation is one of the new approaches of modern decision theory....

Intelligent Tutoring System An Intelligent Team Tutoring System was built for a two-person collaborative task. This collaborative problem solving task required significant communication to achieve the common goal of perfect surveillance (Ostrander et al., 2019). Although the need for collaborative problem solving in modern work and social systems is...

Ergonomics is defined as the study of designing or arranging workplaces, products and systems for useful purposes (Turhan et al. 2015; Wears and Perry, 2002). Business executives generally ignore the effect of the workplace environment on employees and their reflection on their performance. However, the employee-oriented...

Human Factors Engineering (HFE) studies interactions between people and systems, that is, tools, technologies, organization, environment and tasks, and then identifies where this relationship can be improved. It encompasses usability and ergonomics to optimize human well-being and overall system performance. HFE focuses on adapting systems...