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Handbook of human factors and ergonomics methods /

by Stanton, Neville A.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Boca Raton : CRC Press, cop. 2005Description: 1 vol. (pagination multiple) : ill. ; 27 cm.ISBN: 0415287006.Subject(s): ergonomie -- [études diverses] | travail -- [études diverses] -- * psychologieMeSH subject(s): Human Engineering | Human Engineering -- methods | Monograph | HandbooksPUBLICATION TYPE SAPHIR: MonographSummary: The Handbook delivers an authoritative and practical account of methods that incorporate human capabilities and limitations, environmental factors, human-machine interaction, and other factors into system design. It describes 83 methods in a standardized format, promoting the use of methods that may have formerly been unfamiliar to designers. Six sections comprise the Handbook: physical methods, psychophysiological methods, behavioral and cognitive methods, team methods, environmental methods, and macroergonomic methods. The sections highlight facets of human factors and ergonomics in systems analysis, design, and evaluation. Standard descriptions of methods encourage browsing through several potential methods before tackling a problem. [Ed.]
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DIUF 1.8.0 (Browse shelf) Available
Empruntable IST, Institut universitaire romand de santé au travail; Bibliothèque
Bibliothèque
IST WA-430.0-Han-2005 (Browse shelf) Available N° d'inventaire: 59/06

vdist-/05.2013 The Handbook delivers an authoritative and practical account of methods that incorporate human capabilities and limitations, environmental factors, human-machine interaction, and other factors into system design. It describes 83 methods in a standardized format, promoting the use of methods that may have formerly been unfamiliar to designers. Six sections comprise the Handbook: physical methods, psychophysiological methods, behavioral and cognitive methods, team methods, environmental methods, and macroergonomic methods. The sections highlight facets of human factors and ergonomics in systems analysis, design, and evaluation. Standard descriptions of methods encourage browsing through several potential methods before tackling a problem. [Ed.]