Cognitive reliability and error analysis method II

CREAM II is called by its developer extended CREAM. It is based on upon two concepts: a generalized cognitive failure function (CFF), which is divided into four groups: observational errors, interpretational errors, planning errors, and execution errors. Rather than task identification, the method concentrates upon cognitive characteristics associated with a task.
Reference: Human reliability assessment: theory and practice
Technical Tools/Human Factors and Errors/Human Reliability Analysis/Context Related