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Introduction to Human Factors: Applying Psychology to Design by [Nancy J. Stone, Alex Chaparro, Joseph R. Keebler, Barbara S. Chaparro, Daniel S. McConnell]

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"With many examples of the application of psychology to everyday life, this book will appeal to psychology students interested in a career in Human Factors."
Robert S. Bridger, www.rsbridger.com


"Thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for writing this book! The up-to-date examples and accessible writing style are exactly what our field has needed for so long to introduce students to the wonderful world of Human Factors and Ergonomics! This book makes me excited to teach Introductory HFE again. The end of chapter exercises are perfect for in-class activities or homework. I cannot wait to start using this book!"
Beth Blickensderfer, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA


"The authors do a great job of introducing students to human factors through carefully selecting and well organized information. In accordance with their goal, I believe the content is easily accessible for students and clearly demonstrates its relevance to application."
Robert W. Lion, Idaho State University, USA


"The strengths are the vignettes, the applied examples, and the sets of exercises, which will engage the reader and make human factors ‘come alive’. This is very important given the nature of the discipline of human factors."
Jan Noyes, University of Bristol, UK

"This book provides theoretical and practical implications of applying psychology to design with an excellent set of topics and hence examples.
The research methods chapter is a must read for those who are conducting Human Factors research either in academia or industry.
The wide range of topics covered in this book can be applied to heterogeneous research domains and industries including Computing, Psychology, Cyber Security, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Aerospace and Defense. A must read for Human Factors researchers and practitioners."
Huseyin Dogan, Bournemouth University, UK


--This text refers to the paperback edition.

Review

"With many examples of the application of psychology to everyday life, this book will appeal to psychology students interested in a career in Human Factors."
Robert S. Bridger, www.rsbridger.com


"Thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for writing this book! The up-to-date examples and accessible writing style are exactly what our field has needed for so long to introduce students to the wonderful world of Human Factors and Ergonomics! This book makes me excited to teach Introductory HFE again. The end of chapter exercises are perfect for in-class activities or homework. I cannot wait to start using this book!"
Beth Blickensderfer, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA


"The authors do a great job of introducing students to human factors through carefully selecting and well organized information. In accordance with their goal, I believe the content is easily accessible for students and clearly demonstrates its relevance to application."
Robert W. Lion, Idaho State University, USA


"The strengths are the vignettes, the applied examples, and the sets of exercises, which will engage the reader and make human factors ‘come alive’. This is very important given the nature of the discipline of human factors."
Jan Noyes, University of Bristol, UK

"This book provides theoretical and practical implications of applying psychology to design with an excellent set of topics and hence examples.
The research methods chapter is a must read for those who are conducting Human Factors research either in academia or industry.
The wide range of topics covered in this book can be applied to heterogeneous research domains and industries including Computing, Psychology, Cyber Security, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Aerospace and Defense. A must read for Human Factors researchers and practitioners."
Huseyin Dogan, Bournemouth University, UK


--This text refers to the paperback edition.

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  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B08R165DMP
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ CRC Press; 1st edition (1 September 2017)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • File size ‏ : ‎ 25128 KB
  • Simultaneous device usage ‏ : ‎ Up to 4 simultaneous devices, per publisher limits
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  • Print length ‏ : ‎ 424 pages
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