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PART ONE THE HUMAN ASPECTS OF MANMACHINE
PART TWO THE HUMAN ORGANISM
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acceleration accuracy acoustic acoustic reflex activities Adapted aircraft angle anthropometric arrangement articulation index auditory average body member cent coding color combination components control devices cranks criteria decibel dial dimensions discriminations distance Dry-bulb temperature effective temperature effects engineering equipment errors evaluation example experimental exposure footcandles footlamberts force frequency function given hearing loss horizontal human factors human performance illumination illustrated indicated individual information theory input Journal knobs light man-machine systems measure ment mental Psychology motor movement noise level operator optimum output panel physical pointer position possible pressure probably problems proprioceptors Psychology range ratio relationship relative response retina scale seat sensory shown in Figure signals simulation situation sound specific speech speech interference speed stimulus subjects target temperature tion tracking task types typically USAF usually variables various varying vertical vestibular sacs vibration visual acuity WADC