Ergonomics: The history and scope of human factors

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Neville Moray
Taylor & Francis, 2005 - Business & Economics - 560 pages
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Heinrich Schenker: A Research and Information Guide is an annotated bibliography concerning both the nature of primary sources related to the composer and the scope and significance of the secondary sources which deal with him, his compositions, and his influence as a composer and theorist.

  

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Contents

General introduction
1
PARTS
7
PARTI
9
The information capacity of the human motor system
10
Introduction to Volume I
11
PART 2
24
A simulator study of the interaction of pilot workload with
25
I
29
Stimulusresponse stereotypes 103
275
Theoretical and pragmatic influences on task analysis methods
280
Manual control of slowresponse systems
281
Direction of motion stereotypes in positioning a visual
284
Anthropometric measurements on selected populations
295
Exploring compatibility with words and pictures 132
297
mediating direct
298
Analysis of protocols from a process control task
300

The nature of the operators response in manual control
36
An overview of macroergonomics
38
Toward a general model of supervisory control 418
41
Attention
45
Eye movements of aircraft pilots during instrumentlanding
56
Cognitive systems engineering
59
A theory of the acquisition of speedskill
67
The human operator as a servo system element
69
Skilled performance
74
Retrospect and prospect
78
Knowledge of results and skilled performance
91
A review of quasilinear pilot models
123
Ergonomics and the global problems of the twentyfirst
126
PART 4
142
The psychopathology of everyday things
149
On adaptive manual control
164
PART 2
176
A typology of experiments
186
The design of displays
189
Motion study
205
Optimal control theory
211
Status displays
224
A method for manmachine analysis
231
what does it mean in human control?
234
PART 2
239
Field studies of industrial processes
247
Historical and predictor displays
251
Task analysis
258
Visual displays
263
International anthropometric variability and its effects
316
Alterations of the lumbar curve related to posture and seating
339
PART5
343
An analysis and simulation of an operators behaviour
350
Perspectives on human performance modelling
352
A design philosophy for manmachine control systems
360
A computerized biomechanical model development of
361
Acknowledgements ix
377
The model human processor an engineering model of human
378
Analysis of factors contributing to 460 pilot error
383
PART 3
384
PARTI
387
Categorization of action slips
414
promises and problems
432
ROC analysis applied to the evaluation of medical imaging
433
PART 4
435
Human error
437
Automation surprises
454
validating a GOMS analysis for predicting
458
Limitations of memory 103
460
some limits
470
unlikely demanding and at risk
481
Trust control strategies and allocation of function
484
Models of models of mental models
502
some theoretical and practical issues
503
use misuse disuse abuse
519
Index
523
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