Table of contents for Human factors in engineering and design / Mark S. Sanders, Ernest J. McCormick.
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I Introduction1 Human Factors and Systems2 Human Factors Research MethodologiesII Information Input3 Information Input and Processing4 Text, Graphics, Symbols, and Codes5 Visual Displays of Dynamic Information6 Auditory, Tactual, and Olfactory Displays7 Speech CommunicationsIII Human Output and Control8 Physical Work and Manual Materials Handling9 Motor Skills10 Human Control of Systems11 Controls and Data Entry Devices12 Hand Tools and DevicesIV Workplace Design13 Applied Anthropometry, Work Space Design, and Seating14 Arrangement of Components within a Physical Space15 Interpersonal Aspects of Work Place DesignV Environmental Conditions16 Illumination17 Climate18 Noise19 MotionVI Human Factors Applications20 Human Error, Accidents, and Safety21 Human Factors and the Automobile22 Human Factors in Systems DesignAppendixesA List of AbbreviationsB Control DevicesC NIOSH Recommended Action Limit Formula for Lifting Tasks
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