Research suggests that ergonomists tend to restrict themselves to two or three of their favorite methods in the design of systems, despite a multitude of variations in the problems that they face. Human Factors and Ergonomics Methods delivers an authoritative and practical account of methods that incorporate human capabilities and limitations, envi

chapter 1|12 pages

Human Factors and Ergonomics Methods

ByNeville A. Stanton

part 2|1 pages

Physical Methods

chapter 2|5 pages

Physical Methods

chapter 3|8 pages

PLIBEL—The Method Assigned for Identification of Ergonomic Hazards

ByKristina Kemmlert

chapter 5|9 pages

The Dutch Musculoskeletal Questionnaire (DMQ)

ByVincent H. Hildebrandt

chapter 7|11 pages

Rapid Upper Limb Assessment (RULA)

ByLynn McAtamney, Nigel Corlett

chapter 8|12 pages

Rapid Entire Body Assessment

ByLynn McAtamney, Sue Hignett

chapter 9|6 pages

The Strain Index

ByJ. Steven Moore, Gordon A. Vos

chapter 12|12 pages

Muscle Fatigue Assessment: Functional Job Analysis Technique

BySuzanne H. Rodgers

chapter 14|8 pages

Lumbar Motion Monitor

ByW. S. Marras, W. G. Allread

part 17|1 pages

Psychophysiological Methods

chapter 17|6 pages

Psychophysiological Methods

chapter 18|9 pages

Electrodermal Measurement

ByWolfram Boucsein

chapter 19|10 pages

Electromyography (EMG)

ByMatthias Göbel

chapter 20|10 pages

Estimating Mental Effort Using Heart Rate and Heart Rate Variability

ByLambertus (Ben) J.M.Mulder , Dick de Waard , and Karel A.Brookhuis

chapter 21|9 pages

Ambulatory EEG Methods and Sleepiness

ByTorbjörn Åkerstedt

chapter 23|12 pages

MEG and fMRI

ByHermann Hinrichs

chapter 24|14 pages

Ambulatory Assessment of Blood Pressure to Evaluate Workload

ByRenate Rau

chapter 25|8 pages

Monitoring Alertness by Eyelid Closure

ByMelissa M. Mallis, David F. Dinges

part 27|1 pages

Behavioral and Cognitive Methods

chapter 27|10 pages

Behavioral and Cognitive Methods

chapter 28|9 pages


ByNeville A. Stanton, Christopher Baber, Mark S. Young

chapter 29|8 pages

Applying Interviews to Usability Assessment

ByMark S. Young, Neville A. Stanton

chapter 30|11 pages

Verbal Protocol Analysis

ByGuy Walker

chapter 31|9 pages

Repertory Grid for Product Evaluation

ByChristopher Baber

chapter 32|8 pages

Focus Groups

ByLee Cooper, Christopher Baber

chapter 33|9 pages

Hierarchical Task Analysis (HTA)

ByJohn Annett

chapter 34|9 pages

Allocation of Functions

ByPhilip Marsden, Mark Kirby

chapter 35|10 pages

Critical Decision Method

ByGary Klein, Amelia A. Armstrong

chapter 36|11 pages

Applied Cognitive Work Analysis (ACWA)

ByW. C. Elm, E. M. Roth, S. S. Potter, J. W. Gualtieri, J. R. Easter

chapter 37|10 pages

Systematic Human Error Reduction and Prediction Approach (SHERPA)

ByNeville A. Stanton

chapter 38|12 pages

Task Analysis for Error Identification

ByNeville A. Stanton, Christopher Baber

chapter 39|11 pages

Mental Workload

ByMark S. Young, Neville A. Stanton

chapter 40|8 pages

Multiple Resource Time Sharing Models

ByChristopher D. Wickens

chapter 41|10 pages

Critical Path Analysis for Multimodal Activity

ByChristopher Baber

part 43|1 pages

Team Methods

chapter 43|5 pages

Team Methods

chapter 44|9 pages

Team Training

ByEduardo Salas, Heather A. Priest

chapter 45|7 pages

Distributed Simulation Training for Teams

ByDee H. Andrews

chapter 46|8 pages

Synthetic Task Environments for Teams: CERTT’s UAV-STE

ByNancy J. Cooke, Steven M. Shope

chapter 47|7 pages

Event-Based Approach to Training (EBAT)

ByJennifer E. Fowlkes, C. Shawn Burke

chapter 48|6 pages

Team Building

ByEduardo Salas , Heather A.Priest , and Renée E.DeRouin

chapter 49|8 pages

Measuring Team Knowledge

ByNancy J. Cooke

chapter 50|5 pages

Team Communications Analysis

ByFlorian Jentsch, Clint A. Bowers

chapter 51|11 pages

Questionnaires for Distributed Assessment of Team Mutual Awareness

ByJean MacMillan, Michael J. Paley, Eileen B. Entin, Elliot E. Entin

chapter 53|7 pages

Targeted Acceptable Responses to Generated Events or Tasks (TARGETs)

ByJennifer E. Fowlkes, C. Shawn Burke

chapter 54|7 pages

Behavioral Observation Scales (BOS)

chapter 55|10 pages

Team Situation Assessment Training for Adaptive Coordination

ByLaura Martin-Milham, Stephen M. Fiore

chapter 56|10 pages

Team Task Analysis

ByC. Shawn Burke

chapter 57|3 pages

Team Workload

ByClint A. Bowers, Florian Jentsch

chapter 58|7 pages

Social Network Analysis

ByJames E. Driskell, Brian Mullen

part 59|1 pages

Environmental Methods

chapter 59|5 pages

Environmental Methods

chapter 60|22 pages

Thermal Conditions Measurement

ByGeorge Havenith

chapter 61|6 pages

Cold Stress Indices

ByHannu Rintamäki

chapter 62|10 pages

Heat Stress Indices

ByAlan Hedge

chapter 63|14 pages

Thermal Comfort Indices

ByJørn Toftum

chapter 64|14 pages

Indoor Air Quality: Chemical Exposures

ByAlan Hedge

chapter 66|11 pages

Olfactometry: The Human Nose as Detection Instrument

ByPamela Dalton, Monique Smeets

chapter 67|10 pages

The Context and Foundation of Lighting Practice

ByMark S. Rea, Peter R. Boyce

chapter 68|13 pages

Photometric Characterization of the Luminous Environment

ByMark S. Rea

chapter 69|9 pages

Evaluating Office Lighting

ByPeter R. Boyce

chapter 70|7 pages

Rapid Sound-Quality Assessment of Background Noise

ByRendell R. Torres

chapter 71|6 pages

Noise Reaction Indices and Assessment

ByR. F. Soames Job

chapter 72|6 pages

Noise and Human Behavior

ByGary W. Evans, Lorraine E. Maxwell

chapter 73|9 pages

Occupational Vibration: A Concise Perspective

ByJack F. Wasserman, Donald E. Wasserman, David Wilder

chapter 74|10 pages

Habitability Measurement in Space Vehicles and Earth Analogs

ByBrian Peacock, Jennifer Blume, Susan Vallance

part 75|1 pages

Macroergonomic Methods

chapter 75|5 pages

Macroergonomic Methods

chapter 76|13 pages

Macroergonomic Organizational Questionnaire Survey (MOQS)

ByPascale Carayon, Peter Hoonakker

chapter 77|7 pages

Interview Method

ByLeah Newman

chapter 78|6 pages

Focus Groups

chapter 79|5 pages

Laboratory Experiment

ByBrian M. Kleiner

chapter 80|6 pages

Field Study and Field Experiment

ByHal W. Hendrick

chapter 81|8 pages

Participatory Ergonomics (PE)

ByOgden Brown, Jr.

chapter 82|9 pages

Cognitive Walk-Through Method (CWM)

ByTonya L. Smith-Jackson

chapter 83|6 pages

Kansei Engineering

ByMitsuo Nagamachi

chapter 84|4 pages

HITOP Analysis™

ByAnn Majchrzak, M. M. Fleischer, D. Roitman, J. Mokray

chapter 85|3 pages


chapter 86|3 pages

The CIMOP System

chapter 87|8 pages


ByPhilippe Geslin

chapter 88|8 pages

Systems Analysis Tool (SAT)

ByMichelle M. Robertson

chapter 89|12 pages

Macroergonomic Analysis of Structure (MAS)

ByHal W. Hendrick

chapter 90|10 pages

Macroergonomic Analysis and Design (MEAD)

ByBrian M. Kleiner