Ergonomics -- Human Factors
The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is ergonomics.
· Human factors in engineering and design. Mark S. Sanders and Ernest J. McCormick. McGraw-Hill, 7th ed., c1993. xiii, 790 p., illus., 25 cm.
· Textbook of work physiology. Per-Olof Åstrand and Kaare Rodahl. McGraw-Hill, c1970. xvii, 669 p., illus., 23 cm.
· Ergonomic design for people at work: a source book for human factors practitioners in industry including safety, design, and industrial engineers, medical, industrial hygiene, and industrial relations personnel, and management. Human Factors Section, Health, Safety, and Human Factors Laboratory, Eastman Kodak Company. Lifetime Learning Publications, c1983-c1986. 2 v., illus., 24 cm.
· Biomechanics and motor control of human movement. David A. Winter. Wiley, 2nd ed., c1990. xvi, 277 p., illus., 25 cm.
· Occupational biomechanics. Don B. Chaffin and Gunnar B.J. Andersson. Wiley, 2nd ed., c1991. xvii, 518 p., illus., 25 cm.
· Engineering physiology: bases of human factors/ergonomics. K.H.E. Kroemer, H.J. Kroemer, and K.E. Kroemer-Elbert. Van Nostrand Reinhold, 3rd ed., c1997. xv, 317 p., illus., 24 cm.
· Human Factors -- The Journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society
· International Journal of Ergonomics
· American Industrial Hygiene Journal -- A Journal for the Science of Occupational and Environmental Health and Safety
· Professional Safety -- Journal of the American Society of Safety Engineers
· Journal of Safety Research
· Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis
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