The International Encyclopedia of Ergonomics and Human Factors is a truly comprehensive reference guide to the professional world of ergonomics. This easy-to-use, simply formatted CD mirrors the print version, providing quick access to reliable, accessible information from the many realms of science and technology contributing to our knowledge of design for human use. It includes human characteristics, performance-related factors, display and control design, work design and organization, health and safety, social and economic issues, and a large reference of methods and techniques. It also reviews applications and tools, as well as many innovative concepts related to ergonomic research.
Table of Contents
General Ergonomics. Human Characteristics. Performance Related Factors. Information Presentation and Communication. Display and Control Design. Workplace and Equipment Design. Environment. System Characteristics. Work Design and Organization .Health and Dafety. Social and Economic Impact of the System. Methods and Techniques.
"Building on his first edition (2001), Karwowski has substantially revised this foundation reference text with nearly double the content, which thoroughly surveys the diverse literature of ergonomics and human factors….This is an essential purchase for libraries serving the community of ergonomic and human factors scholars and should also be considered by those libraries that lack extensive resources to serve better students needing to gain an understanding of how this discipline will affect their professional practice."
- John M. Robson in American Reference Books Annual 2007, Volume 38