Pamela S. Tsang, Michael A. Vidulich
Published August 1, 2002
Reference - 624 Pages
ISBN 9780805833904 - CAT# ER6412
Series: Human Factors in Transportation
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"I found the book immensely thought provoking and utterly engaging....This outstanding book deserves a place, not on the bookshelf, but open on the desk of any student or professional working in the field of aviation or engineering psychology."
"It is a highly useful book for those who wish for a comprehensive overview of a complex topic. It could also serve as a graduate text for aviation psychologists and engineers and as a practical guide for aviation professionals...who need practical guidance when solving aviation problems."
—Ergonomics in Design
"In the middle of the last century, the authors of the first ergonomics textbook (Chapanis, Garner, & Morgan, 1949) were wrestling with many aspects of a new field ... At the beginning of a new century, Tsang and Vidulich offer an edited volume of 14 chapters presenting the tough problems and the principles relevant to solving them."
—F.T. Durso, J.I. Norris, A.R. Dattel
The International Journal of Aviation Psychology