L’hypothèse de la cognition (ou action) située et la tradition d’analyse du travail de l’ergonomie de langue française


The situated cognition (or action) hypothesis popped up in 1987 with Lucy Suchman’s book, “Plans and situated actions”. Today, it is both possible and useful to appreciate the effect of this event in the special context of french ergonomics work practice analysis. The movement of active reception of this event, especially through the course-of-action research program, allows a precision of both its value and its limits

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