Why are there so many different performance measures?

There is an endless variety of human performance measurement or performance-related measurement tools available. Clearly, any task - when performed maximally in some way - can be considered to be the basis for a performance measurement. This simple idea has been exploited by researchers who continually publish yet another measurement method for a given aspect of performance.

What makes our measurements different?

The first part of the answer to this question relates to the conceptual framework upon which all of our measurements are based - and the fact that we actually have one! Click the link above to read about the Elemental Resource Model for human performance.
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