Ergonomics uncovers the fusion of data from psychology,
physiology, and engineering to enable a person's environment,
whether at home or work, to be designed to fit his or her needs.
This set presents the most important articles in the psychology of
ergonomics and human factors, divided into the following areas:
Human Factors, History, & Philosophy Body Movement &
Biomechanics Communication Displays Controls The Workspace Posture
& Seating Noise Vibration Temperature and Ventilation
Illumination The Working Environment
Articles in these volumes have been drawn from various books and
from the following journals: International Review of Ergonomics,
Ergonomics, Occupational Psychology, Human Factors, Applied
Ergonomics, Instructional Science, Contemporary Ergonomics, Journal
of Applied Psychology, New Scientist, Journal of Experimental
Psychology, International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, SAE
Journal, Behavior and Information Technology, Scandinavian Journal
of Rehabilitation Medicine, Journal of the Acoustical Society of
America, Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine, Quarterly
Journal of Experimental Psychology, Psychological bulletin, Journal
of Sound and Vibration, Journal of Social Issues, Engineering,
ASHRAE Transactions, British Journal of Ophthalmology, Transactions
of the Illuminating Engineering Society, Journal of the Optical
Society of America, and Illuminating Engineer
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