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Handbook of Human Factors and Ergonomics


Handbook of Human Factors and Ergonomics


5. Aufl.

von: Gavriel Salvendy, Waldemar Karwowski

242,99 €

Verlag: Wiley
Format: EPUB
Veröffentl.: 22.09.2021
ISBN/EAN: 9781119636090
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 1600

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<b>HANDBOOK OF HUMAN FACTORS AND ERGONOMICS</b> <p><b>Discover the latest developments in ergonomics and human factors with the newest edition of this market leading reference </b><p>In the newly revised Fifth Edition of <i>Handbook of Human Factors and Ergonomics</i>, Drs. Gavriel Salvendy and Waldemar Karwowski deliver a comprehensive exploration of workplace environment design, human-machine interfaces, and cutting-edge research on the reduction of health and safety risks. The editors have compiled practical material from an international team of leading experts in ergonomics and human factors that will benefit specialists in the area, as well as safety engineers and human-computer interaction specialists. <p> The <i>Handbook</i> includes information culled from over 7500 sources and features brand new coverage in areas like artificial intelligence, social media, information technology and cybersecurity, and data analytics. Numerous case studies demonstrate the real-world application of the concepts and methods discussed within and showcase the extraordinary developments in the field since the publication of the Fourth Edition in 2012. <p>Readers will also benefit from the inclusion of: <ul><li>A thorough introduction to the human factors function, including the discipline of human factors and ergonomics and human systems design and integration</li><li>An exploration of the fundamentals of human factors, including sensation and perception, selection and action control, information processing, and mental workload</li><li>Discussions of the design of equipment, tasks, jobs, and environments, including workplace design, task analysis and design, and training systems</li><li>An in-depth treatment of design for health, safety, and comfort, including low-back and upper extremity musculoskeletal disorders and the use of personal protective equipment</li></ul><p> Perfect for ergonomics and human factors engineers at any level of their careers, <i>Handbook of Human Factors and Ergonomics</i> will also earn a place in the libraries of design engineers, applied psychologists, human-computer interaction specialists, engineering and technology managers, and safety professionals and industrial hygienists.
<p>About the Editors ix</p> <p>Contributors xi</p> <p>Foreword xxi</p> <p>Preface xxiii</p> <p><b>1. Human Factors Function 1</b></p> <p>1. The Discipline of Human Factors and Ergonomics 3<br /><i>Waldemar Karwowski and Wei Zhang</i></p> <p>2. Human Systems Integration and Design 38<br /><i>Guy A. Boy</i></p> <p><b>2. Human Factors Fundamentals 55</b></p> <p>3. Sensation and Perception 57<br /><i>Robert W. Proctor and Janet D. Proctor</i></p> <p>4. Selection and Control of Action 91<br /><i>Robert W. Proctor and Kim-Phuong L. Vu</i></p> <p>5. Information Processing 114<br /><i>Christopher D. Wickens and C. Melody Carswell</i></p> <p>6. Decision-Making Models, Decision Support, and Problem Solving 159<br /><i>Mark R. Lehto and Gaurav Nanda</i></p> <p>7. Mental Workload 203<br /><i>G.M. Hancock, L. Longo, M.S. Young, and P.A. Hancock</i></p> <p>8. Social and Organizational Foundation of Ergonomics: Multi-Level Systems Approaches 227<br /><i>Pascale Carayon</i></p> <p>9. Emotional Design 236<br /><i>Feng Zhou, Yangjian Ji, and Roger Jianxin Jiao</i></p> <p>10. Cross-Cultural Design 252<br /><i>Tom Plocher, Pei-Luen Patrick Rau, Yee-Yin Choong, and Zhi Guo</i></p> <p><b>3. Design of Equipment, Tasks, Jobs, and Environments 281</b></p> <p>11. Three-Dimensional (3D) Anthropometry and Its Applications in Product Design 283<br /><i>Liang Ma and Jianwei Niu</i></p> <p>12. Basic Biomechanics and Workplace Design 303<br /><i>William S. Marras and Waldemar Karwowski</i></p> <p>13. The Changing Nature of Task Analysis 358<br /><i>Erik Hollnagel</i></p> <p>14. Workplace Design 368<br /><i>Nicolas Marmaras and Dimitris Nathanael</i></p> <p>15. Job and Team Design 383<br /><i>Frederick P. Morgeson and Michael A. Campion</i></p> <p>16. Design, Delivery, Evaluation, and Transfer of Effective Training Systems 414<br /><i>Tiffany M. Bisbey, Rebecca Grossman, Kareem Panton, Chris W. Coultas, and Eduardo Salas</i></p> <p>17. Situation Awareness 434<br /><i>Mica R. Endsley</i></p> <p><b>4. Design for Health, Safety, and Comfort 457</b></p> <p>18. Sound and Noise: Measurement and Design Guidance 459<br /><i>John G. Casali</i></p> <p>19. Vibration and Motion 494<br /><i>Neil J. Mansfield and Michael J. Griffin</i></p> <p>20. Human Errors and Human Reliability 514<br /><i>Peng Liu, Renyou Zhang, Zijian Yin, and Zhizhong Li</i></p> <p>21. Occupational Safety and Health Management 573<br /><i>Jeanne Mager Stellman, Sonalee Rau, and Pratik Thaker</i></p> <p>22. Managing low-Back Disorder Risk in the Workplace 597<br /><i>William S. Marras and Waldemar Karwowski</i></p> <p>23. Manual Materials Handling: Evaluation and Practical Considerations 630<br /><i>Fadi A. Fathallah and Ira Janowitz</i></p> <p>24. Warnings and Hazard Communications 644<br /><i>Michael S. Wogalter, Christopher B. Mayhorn, and Kenneth R. Laughery, Sr.</i></p> <p>25. Use of Personal Protective Equipment 668<br /><i>Grażyna Bartkowiak, Krzysztof Baszczyński, Anna Bogdan, Agnieszka Brochocka, Anna Dąbrowska, </i><i>Rafał Hrynyk, Emilia Irzmańska, Danuta Koradecka, Emil Kozłowski, Katarzyna Majchrzycka, </i><i>Krzysztof Makowski, Anna Marszałek, Magdalena Młynarczyk, Rafał Młyński, Grzegorz Owczarek, </i><i>and Janżera</i></p> <p><b>5. Human Performance Modeling 685</b></p> <p>26. Mathematical Modeling in Human–Machine System Design and Evaluation 687<br /><i>Changxu Wu and Yili Liu</i></p> <p>27. Modeling and Simulation of Human Systems 704<br /><i>Gunther E. Paul</i></p> <p>28. Human Supervisory Control of Automation 736<br /><i>Thomas B. Sheridan</i></p> <p>29. Digital Human Modeling in Design 761<br /><i>Vincent G. Duffy</i></p> <p>30. Extended Reality (XR) Environments 782<br /><i>Kay M. Stanney, Hannah Nye, Sam Haddad, Kelly S. Hale, Christina K. Padron, and Joseph V. Cohn</i></p> <p>31. Neuroergonomics 816<br /><i>Hasan Ayaz and Frédéric Dehais</i></p> <p><b>6. System Evaluation 843</b></p> <p>32. Accident and Incident Investigation 845<br /><i>Patrick G. Dempsey</i></p> <p>33. Human Factors and Ergonomics Audits 853<br /><i>Colin G. Drury and Patrick G. Dempsey</i></p> <p>34. Cost/Benefit Analysis for Human Systems Investments 880<br /><i>William B. Rouse and Dennis K. McBride</i></p> <p><b>7. Human–Computer Interaction 893</b></p> <p>35. Data Visualization 895<br /><i>Sumanta N. Pattanaik and R. Paul Wiegand</i></p> <p>36. Representation Design 947<br /><i>John M. Flach, Kevin B. Bennett, Jonathan W. Butler, and Michael A. Heroux</i></p> <p>37. Collecting and Analyzing User Insights 960<br /><i>Matthias Peissner, Kathrin Pollmann, and Nora Fronemann</i></p> <p>38. Usability and User Experience: Design and Evaluation 972<br /><i>James R. Lewis and Jeff Sauro</i></p> <p>39. Website Design and Evaluation 1016<br /><i>Kim-Phuong L. Vu, Robert W. Proctor, and Ya-Hsin Hung</i></p> <p>40. Mobile Systems Design and Evaluation 1037<br /><i>June Wei and Siyi Dong</i></p> <p>41. Human Factors in Ambient Intelligence Environments 1058<br /><i>Constantine Stephanidis, Margherita Antona, and Stavroula Ntoa</i></p> <p>42. Human-Centered Design of Artificial Intelligence 1085<br /><i>George Margetis, Stavroula Ntoa, Margherita Antona, and Constantine Stephanidis</i></p> <p>43. Cybersecurity, Privacy, and Trust 1107<br /><i>Abbas Moallem</i></p> <p>44. Human–Robot Interaction 1121<br /><i>Jessie Y.C. Chen and Michael J. Barnes</i></p> <p>45. Human Factors in Social Media 1143<br /><i>Qin Gao and Yue Chen</i></p> <p><b>8. Design for Individual Differences 1187</b></p> <p>46. Design for All in Digital Technologies 1189<br /><i>Constantine Stephanidis</i></p> <p>47. Design for People Experiencing Functional Limitations 1216<br /><i>Gregg C. Vanderheiden, J. Bern Jordan, and Jonathan Lazar</i></p> <p>48. Design for Aging 1249<br /><i>Jia Zhou and Qin Gao</i></p> <p>49. Design of Digital Technologies for Children 1287<br /><i>Panos Markopoulos, Janet C. Read, and Michail Giannakos</i></p> <p><b>9. Selected Applications 1305</b></p> <p>50. Human Factors and Ergonomics Standards 1307<br /><i>Waldemar Karwowski, Redha Taiar, David Rodrick, Bohdana Sherehiy, and Robert R. Fox</i></p> <p>51. Data Analytics in Human Factors 1351<br /><i>Matt Holman, Guy Walker, Melissa Bedinger, Annie Visser-Quinn, Kerri McClymont, Lindsay Beevers, </i><i>and Terry Lansdown</i></p> <p>52. Human Factors and Ergonomics in Design of A3: Automation, Autonomy, and Artificial Intelligence 1385<br /><i>Ben D. Sawyer, Dave B. Miller, Matthew Canham, and Waldemar Karwowski</i></p> <p>53. Human Factors and Ergonomics in Health Care 1417<br /><i>Pascale Carayon, Kathryn Wust, Bat-Zion Hose, and Megan E. Salwei</i></p> <p>54. Human Factors and Ergonomics in Digital Manufacturing 1438<br /><i>Dieter Spath and Martin Braun</i></p> <p>55. Human Factors and Ergonomics in Aviation 1460<br /><i>Steven J. Landry</i></p> <p>56. Human Side of Space Exploration and Habitation 1480<br /><i>Kevin R. Duda, Dava J. Newman, Joanna Zhang, Nicolas Meirhaeghe, and H. Larissa Zhou</i></p> <p>57. Human Factors and Ergonomics for Sustainability 1512<br /><i>Klaus Fischer, Andrew Thatcher, and Klaus J. Zink</i></p> <p>Index 1529</p>
<i>Review of the fifth edition by Thomas B. Sheridan, Ford Professor Emeritus of Engineering and Applied Psychology, </i><i>MassachusettsInstitute of Technology</i><br />The fifth edition of the <i><b>Handbook of Human Factors and Ergonomics</b></i> is the most authoritative and comprehensive reference work in the field.<br /><br /><i>Review of the fourth edition and comment on the fifth edition by</i> Donald A. Norman, Director and Co-Founder, University of California, San Diego Design Lab.<br />I’m often asked for reading suggestions, especially for references to the literature on Human Factors and Ergonomics. In the past few months, I have been reading chapters of one book that has it all: Gavriel Salvendy’s massive tome, the <i><b>Handbook of Human Factors and Ergonomics</b></i>. The articles are all excellent. They all reflect up-to-date reviews of the areas they cover. They are wonderful self-study material, wonderful references, and would make excellent material in multiple courses. Consider it as essential piece of professional equipment. <br />If you don’t know human factors, this is a great way to find the parts relevant to your work. And even if you are an expert, this book will be valuable because it is unlikely that you are expert at all the topics covered here, yet very likely you will need some of the ones you are not (yet) expert at. <br />I follow my own advice. I consider myself an expert (I am a Fellow of the Human Factors Society), but I still learn each time I read from these pages. <br />The 5th edition has new – and very important – chapters written by the authorities in each topic. It has kept up with the times and become even more valuable as both a text and a reference.<br /><br /><i>From the Foreword to the second edition by John F. Smith, Jr., Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer and</i><br /><i>President, General Motors Corporation</i><br />The publication of this second <i><b>Handbook of Human Factors and Ergonomics</b></i> is very timely. It is a comprehensive guide that contains practical knowledge and technical background on virtually all aspects of physical, cognitive, and social ergonomics. As such, it can be a valuable source of information for any individual or organization committed to providing competitive, high-quality products and safe, productive work environments.<br /><br /><i>From the Foreword to the first edition by E. M. Estes, Retired President, General Motors Corporation</i><br />Regardless of what phase of the economy a person is involved in, this handbook is a very useful tool. Every area of human factors from environmental conditions and motivation to the use of new communications systems, robotics, and business systems is well covered in the handbook by experts in every field.
<p><b>Gavriel Salvendy, PhD,</b> is University Distinguished Professor at the College of Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Central Florida, Founding President of the Academy of Science, Engineering, and Medicine of Florida, and a member of the National Academy of Engineering (NAE). He is also Professor Emeritus of Industrial Engineering at Purdue University and Chair Professor Emeritus and Founding Head of the Department of Industrial Engineering at Tsinghua University, Beijing, P.R. China. </p><p><b>Waldemar Karwowski, PhD,</b> is Pegasus Professor and Chairman of the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management Systems and Executive Director of the Institute for Advanced Systems Engineering at the University of Central Florida. He is a Past President of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society and a Past President of the International Ergonomics Association (IEA). He is the recipient of three Honorary Doctorates from three countries.</p>
<p><b>Discover the latest developments in ergonomics and human factors with the newest edition of this market leading reference </b></p><p>In the newly revised Fifth Edition of <i>Handbook of Human Factors and Ergonomics</i>, Drs. Gavriel Salvendy and Waldemar Karwowski deliver a comprehensive exploration of workplace environment design, human-machine interfaces, and cutting-edge research on the reduction of health and safety risks. The editors have compiled practical material from an international team of leading experts in ergonomics and human factors that will benefit specialists in the area, as well as safety engineers and human-computer interaction specialists. </p><p> The <i>Handbook</i> includes information culled from over 7500 sources and features brand new coverage in areas like artificial intelligence, social media, information technology and cybersecurity, and data analytics. Numerous case studies demonstrate the real-world application of the concepts and methods discussed within and showcase the extraordinary developments in the field since the publication of the Fourth Edition in 2012. </p><p>Readers will also benefit from the inclusion of: </p><ul><li>A thorough introduction to the human factors function, including the discipline of human factors and ergonomics and human systems design and integration</li><li>An exploration of the fundamentals of human factors, including sensation and perception, selection and action control, information processing, and mental workload</li><li>Discussions of the design of equipment, tasks, jobs, and environments, including workplace design, task analysis and design, and training systems</li><li>An in-depth treatment of design for health, safety, and comfort, including low-back and upper extremity musculoskeletal disorders and the use of personal protective equipment</li></ul><p> Perfect for ergonomics and human factors engineers at any level of their careers, <i>Handbook of Human Factors and Ergonomics</i> will also earn a place in the libraries of design engineers, applied psychologists, human-computer interaction specialists, engineering and technology managers, and safety professionals and industrial hygienists.</p>

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