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Handbook of human factors and ergonomics methods

Stanton, Neville, Hedge, Alan, Brookhuis, Karel, Salas, Eduardo and Hendrick, Hal (2004) Handbook of human factors and ergonomics methods, Abingdon, GB, Chemical Rubber Company Press, 768pp.

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Ergonomics provides a group of powerful tools for the analysis of work, the design of usable products and the improvements of peoples' working environment. This handbook sets out in practical detail the main ergonomics, or human factors, methods along with practical examples. It presents approximately 100 methods, covering the assessment and measurement of physical, environmental, physiological, psychological, social and organizational phenomena. Each of the methods is set out in a very structured form to allow ready comparison covering: background, applications, procedure, a worked example, related methods, standards, approximate training and application times (based on the example), reliability and validity, costs, tools needed, related methods, and a short biography. A distinguished team of editors have drawn on international experts to cover each method.

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Published date: 30 August 2004

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Local EPrints ID: 75082
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/75082
ISBN: 0415287006
PURE UUID: 75a11f26-ef5f-4450-aa99-53476042f946

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Date deposited: 11 Mar 2010
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 23:44

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Author: Neville Stanton
Author: Alan Hedge
Author: Karel Brookhuis
Author: Eduardo Salas
Author: Hal Hendrick

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