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Ergonomics Mw Vol 4: Manu Cont / Edition 1

Ergonomics Mw Vol 4: Manu Cont / Edition 1

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ISBN-13: 9780415322614
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 09/28/2005
Pages: 292
Product dimensions: 6.25(w) x 9.25(h) x 1.50(d)

Table of Contents

Volume I: The History and Scope of Human Factors
Part 1: Origins and Scope of Human Factors/Ergonomics
1. V. Zionchenko & V. Munipov, 'Fundamentals Of Ergonomics', (Moscow: Progress Books, 1989), pp. 29-56.
2. H. W. Hendrick, 'An overview of macroergonomics' in H. W. Hendrick & B. M. Kleiner, Macroergonomics: An introduction to work system design (Revised version of book published by Human Factors and Ergonomics Society: submitted by Author) 2001, pp. 1-17.
3. D. D. Woods & E. M. Roth, 'Cognitive systems engineering'in M. Helander (ed.) Handbook of Human-Computer Interaction (Elsevier: North-Holland,1988), pp. 3-43
4. N. Moray, 'Ergonomics and the global problems of the twenty-first century', Ergonomics, 38, 1995, pp. 1691-1707.
5. D. A. Norman, 'The psychopathology of everyday things' in The psychology of everyday things (New York: Basic Books, 1988), pp. 1
6. D. Meister & D. E. Farr, 'The utilization of human factors information by designers', Human Factors, 9, 1967, pp. 71-87.
7. J. Rasmussen, A. M. Pederesen, & L. Goodstein, 'A Typology of Experiments', Cognitive Engineering: concepts and applications, (New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1995), pp. 214-227.
Part 2: Work Study and Task Analysis
8. F. B. Gilbreth, 'Motion Study'(London: Routledge/Thoemmes Press, 1993 [reprint of 1911]), pp. 1-42.
9. R. B. Miller, 'A method for man-machine analysis', WADT Technical Report (Ohio: Wright-Patterson AFB, 1953), pp. 53-137.
10. J. Annett, K. D. Duncan, R. B. Stammers & M. J. Gray, 'Task Analysis', Training information No. 6, (London: HMSO, 1971), pp. 1-18.
11. J. Annett, 'Theoretical and pragmatic influences on task analysis methods'in J. M. Schrag, S.F. Chipman, & V. L. Shalin, ed.s, Cognitive Task Analysis, (Marwah, New Jersey: Laurence Erlbaum Associates, 2000), pp. 25-37.
Part 3: Anthropometry
12. R. M. White, 'Anthropometric measurements on selected populations of the world' in A. Chapanis, ed., Ethnic Variables in Human Factors, (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1975), pp. 31-46 .
13. K. W. Kennedy, 'International anthropometric variability and its effects on aircraft cockpit design' in A. Chapanis, ed., Ethnic Variables in Human Factors, (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1975), pp. 47-66.
Part 4: Biomechanics
14. J. J. Keegan, 'Alterations of the lumbar curve related to posture and seating', Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, 35A, 1953, pp. 589-603.
15. D. Chaffin, 'A computerised biomechanical model - development of and use in studying gross body actions', Journal of Biomechanics, 2, 1965, pp. 429-441
Part 5: Human error
16. P. H. Fitts, & R. E. Jones, 'Analysis of factors contributing to 460 'pilot error' experiences in operating aircraft controls', Mem. Rep. TSEAA-694-12, Aero Medical Laboratory, Air Material Command, (Ohio: Wright-Patterson AFB, 1947), pp. 1-27. Reprinted (New York: Dover Publications, 1961), pp. 332-358.
17. D. A. Norman, 'Categorization of action slips', Psychological Review, 88, 1981, pp. 1-15.
18. J. Reason, 'Human Error', (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990), pp. 61-69, and 197-213.
Part 6: Organisational Factors
19. T. R. La Porte, 'High reliability organizations: unlikely, demanding and at risk', Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management., 4(2), 1996, pp. 60-71.
20. J. Reason, 'Safety Culture: Some Theoretical & Practical Issues', Work and Stress, 12 (3), 1998, pp. 293-305
Volume II: Skill, Displays, Controls and Mental Workload
Part 1: Perceptual-Motor Skill
1. W. L. Bryan & N. Harter, 'Studies in the physiology and psychology of the telegraphic language', Psychological Review, 4, 1898, pp. 27-53.
2. W. E. Hick, 'On the rate of gain of information', Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 4, 1952, pp. 11-26.
3. P. M. Fitts, 'The information capacity of the human motor system in controlling amplitude of movement', Journal of Experimental Psychology, 47, 1954, pp. 381
4. E. R. F. W. Crossman, 'A theory of the acquisition of speed skill', Ergonomics, 2, 1959, pp. 153-166.
5. J. Annett, and H. Kay, 'Skilled Performance', Occupational Psychology, 30, 1956, pp. 112
6. J. Annett, and H. Kay, 'Knowledge of results and 'skilled performance', Occupational Psychology, 31, 1957, pp. 69-79 .
Part 2: Stimulus-response stereotypes
7. M. Vince, 'Direction of movement of machine controls', FPRC 637. APRU, 1944, pp. 1-9.
8. M. J. Warrick, 'Direction of motion preferences in positioning a visual indicator by use of a control knob', USAF Air Material Command Engineering Division, Aero Medical laboratory, Memorandum MCREXD-694-19A, 1948, pp. 1-17.
9. S. Smith, 'Exploring compatibility with words and pictures. Human Factors, 23(3), 1981, pp. 305-315.
Part 3: Stimulus-response compatibility
10. P. R. Fitts, and C. M. Seeger, 'S-R compatibility: spatial characteristics of stimulus and response codes', Journal of Applied Psychology, 32, 1953, pp. 221-233.
11. A. Chapanis, & L. Lindenbaum, 'A reaction time study of four control display linkages', Human Factors, 1, 1959, pp. 1-7.
12. J. Leonard, 'Tactual choice reactions, I', Quarterly Journal of experimental Psychology, 11, 1959, pp. 76-83.
Part 4: The design of displays
13. W. Jenkins, 'The tactual discrimination of shapes for coding aircraft-type controls', in P. Fitts, ed., Psychological research on equipment design, (Columbus, Ohio: Ohio State University Army Air Force Aviation Psychology program, 1947) pp. 199-205.
14. D. Broadbent, 'Selective listening to speech', in Perception and Communication, (Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1958), pp. 11-35.
15. C. Kelley, 'Status displays' in C. Kelley, Manual and Automatic control, (New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1968), pp. 90-117
16. C. Kelley, 'Historical and predictor displays', in C. Kelley, Manual and Automatic control, (New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1968), pp. 137-148, 225.
17. K. B. Bennett, N. A. L. Nagy and J. M. Flach, 'Visual Displays', in G. Salvendy, ed., Handbook of Human Factors and Ergonomics, (New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1997), pp. 672-693.
18. K. Vicente, & J. Rasmussen, 'The ecology of human-machine systems II: mediating 'direct perception' in complex work domains' Ecological Psychology, 2(3), 1990, pp. 207-249.
Part 5: The design of controls
19. H. M. Jenkins and M. B. Connor, 'Some design factors in making settings on a linear scale', Journal of applied Psychology, 33, 1949, pp. 395-409.
20. H. P. Birmingham & F. V. Taylor, 'A design philosophy for man-machine control systems', Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers, 42, 1954, pp. 1748-1758.
Part 6: Mental Workload
21. W. Wierwille, & S. Connor, 'Evaluation of 20 workload measures using a psycho-motor task in a moving-base aircraft simulator', Human Factors, 25, 1983, pp. 1-16.
22. S. G. Hart and L. E. Staveland, 'Development of NASA-TLX (Task Load Index): results of empirical and theoretical research', in P. A. Hancock and N. Meshkati, eds., Human mental workload, (Amsterdam: North-Holland, 1988), pp.139-183.
23. J. D. McDonnell, 'An application of measurement methods to improve the quantitative nature of pilot rating scales', IEEE Transactions on man-machine systems, MMS-10,(3), 1969, pp. 81-92.
24. L. Bainbridge, 'Forgotten alternatives in skill and workload', Ergonomics, 21(3), 1978, pp. 169-185.
25. H. P. Ruffle-Smith, 'A simulator study of the interaction of pilot workload with errors, vigilance and decisions', NASA-AMES, 1979, pp.1-39.
Volume III: Psychological Mechanisms and Models in Ergonomics
Part 1: Perception and signal detection
1. J. D. Swets, 'ROC Analysis applied to the evaluation of medical imaging techniques', Investigative Radiology, 14(2), 1979, pp. 109-121.
2. C. Drury and M. A. Sinclair, 'Human and machine performance in an inspection task', Human Factors, 25(4), 1983, pp. 391-399.
Part 2: Attention
3. J. W. Senders, 'The human operator as a monitor and controller of multidegree of freedom systems', IEEE Transactions in Human Factors in Electronics HFE-5, 1964, pp. 2-5.
4. P. M. Fitts, R. E. Jones, & J. L. Milton, 'Eye movements of aircraft pilots during instrument-landing approaches', Aeronautical Engineering Review, 9(2), 1950, pp. 24-29.
5. D. E. Broadbent, 'The role of auditory localization and attention in memory span', Journal of experimental Psychology, 47, 1954, pp. 191-196.
6. D. E. Broadbent, 'Retrospect and prospect' in D. E. Broadbent, Perception and Communication, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1958) pp. 297-301.
7. C. D. Wickens, 'Multiple resources and performance prediction', Theoretical Issues in ergonomics, 3(2), 2002, pp. 159-177.
Part 3: Limitations of Memory
8. G. A. Miller, 'The magical number seven, plus or minus two: some limits on our capacity for processing information', Psychological Review, 63, 1956, pp. 81
Part 4: Vigilance and fatigue
9. N. H. Mackworth, 'The breakdown of vigilance during prolonged visual search' Quarterly Journal of experimental Psychology, 1, 1948, pp. 6-21.
10. D. Russell Davis, 'The Role of Laboratory Experiment in the Study of Pilot Error', Air Ministry A. P. 3139A, (London: HMSO, 1948), pp. 1-38.
11. M. R. Endsley, 'Toward a theory of situation awareness in dynamic systems', Human Factors, 37(1), 1995, pp. 32
Part 5: Decision making
12. A. Tversky & D. Kahneman, 'Judgment under uncertainty: heuristics and biases, Science, 185, 1974, pp. 1124-1131.
13. G. A. Klein, 'Recognition-primed decisions', in W. B. Rouse, ed., Advances in man-machine systems research, vol. 5, (Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 1989), pp. 47-71, 83-92.
Part 6: Mental models
14. A. Rutherford and J. R. Wilson, 'Models of mental models: an ergonomist-psychologist dialogue', in M. J. Tauber & D. Ackerman, eds., Mental models and human-computer interaction: 2, (Amsterdam: North-Holland, 1991), pp. 39-58.
15. J. Rasmussen, 'Skills, rules, and knowledge; signals, signs, and symbols, and other distinctions in human performance models', IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, SMC-13, 1983, pp. 256-267.
16. J. Rasmussen, 'Outlines of a hybrid model of the process plant operator' in T. B. Sheridan and G. Johannsen, eds., Monitoring Behavior and Supervisory Control, (New York: Plenum Press, 1978), pp. 371-384.
17. R. W. Pew & S. Baron, 'Perspectives on Human Modelling', Automatica, 19(6), 1983, pp. 663-676.
18. S. K. Card, T. P. Moran, & A. Newell, 'The Model Human Processor', in K. R. Boff, L. Kaufman, & J. P. Thomas, eds., Handbook of Perception and Human Performance, Vol. 2, (New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1986), pp. 45.1-45.35.
19. W. D. Gray, B. E. John, & M. E. Atwood, 'Project Ernestine: Validating a GOMS analysis for predicting and explaining real-world task performance', Human-Computer Interaction, 8, 1993, pp. 237-309 [selected].
20. N. Moray, 'Models of Models of . . . . Mental Models', in T. B. Sheridan and T. Van Lunteren, eds., Perspectives on the Human Controller, (Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1997), pp. 271-285.
Volume IV: Manual Control, Industrial Processes, and Automation
Part 1: Classical control theory
1. J. A. V. Bates, 'Some characteristics of a human operator', Journal of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, 94, 1947, pp. 298-304.
2. K. J. W. Craik, 'Theory of the human operator in control systems, I: The operator as an engineering system', British Journal of Psychology, 38, 1947, pp. 56-61.
3. A. Tustin, 'The nature of the operator's response in manual control and its implications for controller design', Journal of the Institute of Electrical Engineers, 94, 1947, pp. 190-202.
4. D. T. McRuer, and E. S. Krendel, 'The Human Operator as a Servo System Element', Journal of the Franklin Institute, Vol. 267, Nos. 5 & 6, 1959, pp. 1-49.
5. D. T. McRuer and H. R. Jex, 'A review of quasi-linear pilot models', IEEE Transactions on Human Factors in electronics, HFE-3, 1967, pp. 231-249.
6. L. R. Young, 'On adaptive manual control', IEEE Transactions on Man-Machine Systems, MMS-10, 1969, pp. 292-331.
Part 2: Optimal control theory
7. D. L. Kleinman, S. Baron, & W. H. Levison, 'An optimal control model of human response. Part 1: theory and validation', Automatica, 6, 1970, pp. 357-368.
8. W. Veldhuyzen, & H. Stassen, 'The Internal Model: What does it mean in human control?', in T. B. Sheridan and G. Johannsen, eds., Monitoring Behavior and Supervisory Control, (New York: Plenum Press, 1976), pp. 157-170.
Part 3: Field studies of industrial processes
9. G. Iosif, 'La strategie dans la surveillance des tableaux de commande. I. Quelques facteurs determinants de caractere objectif', Revue Roumanien de Science Social-Psychologique, 12, 1968, pp. 147-161.
10. G. Iosif, 'Strategie de surveillance des tableaux de commande; III Influence de la correlation fonctionelle sur les parametres technologiques', Revue roumanien des sciences sociales-psychologiques, 13(2), 1969, pp. 105-116.
11. E. R. Crossman and F. W. Cooke, 'Manual control of slow response systems', in E. Edwards and F. Lees, eds., The human operator in process control, (London: Taylor & Francis, 1974), pp. 51-66.
12. L. Bainbridge, 'Analysis of protocols from a process control task', in E. Edwards and F. Lees, eds., The Human Operator in Process Control, (London: Taylor and Francis, 1974), pp. 146-158.
13. J. M. Dutton and W. Starbuck, 'Finding Charlie's run-time Estimator', in J. M. Dutton and W. Starbuck, eds., Computer Simulation of Human Behavior, (New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1971), pp. 218-242.
14. R. J. Beishon, 'An analysis and simulation of an operator's behaviour in controlling continuous baking ovens', in E. Edwards and F. Lees eds., The Human Operator in Process Control, (London: Taylor and Francis, 1974), pp. 79
Part 4: Allocation of function between human and machine
15. P. M. Fitts, 'Some Basic questions in designing an air-navigation & traffic control system', (Washington, D.C.: National Research Council, 1951), pp. 5-11.
16. T. B. Sheridan & W. L. Verplank, 'Allocation of function', selected and slightly modified with the authors' permission form 'Human and Computer Control of Undersea Teleoperators', Man0Machine Systems Laborartory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1978, pp. 8.9-8.19.
Part 5: Humans and automation
17. L. Bainbridge, 'The ironies of automation', Automatica, 19 (6), 1983, pp. 775-779.
18. T. B. Sheridan, 'Towards a general model of Supervisory Control', in T. B. Sheridan and G. Johannsen, eds., Monitoring Behavior and Supervisory Control, (New York: Plenum Press, 1976), pp. 271-282.
19. T. B. Sheridan, 'On how often the supervisor should sample', IEEE Transactions on Systems Science and Cybernetics SSC-6(2), 1970, pp. 140-145.
20. E. L. Wiener & R. E. Curry, 'Flight-deck automation: promises and problems', Ergonomics, 23(10), 1980, pp. 995-1011.
21. N. B. Sarter, D. D. Woods, & C. E. Billings, 'Automation surprises', in G. Salvendy, ed., Handbook of Human Factors, (New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1997), pp. 1026-1043.
22. J. D. Lee and N. Moray, 'Trust, control strategies and allocation of function in human-machine systems', Ergonomics, 35, 1992, pp. 1243-1270.
23. R. Parasuraman and V. Riley, 'Humans and automation: use, misuse, disuse, abuse', Human Factors, 39(2), 1997, pp. 230-253.

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