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Disorientation in hypertext : the effects of three text structures on navigation performanceMCDONALD, S; STEVENSON, R. J.Applied Ergonomics. 1996, Vol 27, Num 1, pp 61-68, issn 0003-6870Conference Paper

Errors in the operation of transport systems, Cambridge, UK, 26-28 May 1989BROWN, Ivan; GROEGER, John.Ergonomics. 1990, Vol 33, Num 10-11, issn 0014-0139, 250 p.Conference Proceedings

Vigilance and performance in automatized systems, Paris, 19-23 September 1988COBLENTZ, A.NATO Advanced Study Institutes series. Series D, Behavioural and social sciences. 1989, Vol 49, pp XXVI-324p, issn 0258-123XConference Proceedings

Human factors in hazardous situation, 28-29 June 1989BROADBENT, D. E; BADDELEY, A. D; REASON, J et al.Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences. 1990, Vol 327, Num 1241, issn 0080-4622, 147 p.Conference Proceedings

Current methods on cognitive ergonomicsBARBER, Paul; LAWS, Jacqueline V.Ergonomics. 1989, Vol 32, Num 11, issn 0014-0139, 273 p.Serial Issue

Marketing ergonomics. I-III, Noordwijk aan Zee, 5-8 June 1989PIKAAR, R. N; WHITE, I. N.Ergonomics. 1990, Vol 33, Num 3, issn 0014-0139, 148 p.Conference Proceedings

Marketing ergonomics. IV-V, Noordwijk aan Zee, 5-8 June 1989Ergonomics. 1990, Vol 33, Num 4, issn 0014-0139, 130 p.Conference Proceedings

Marketing ergonomics. VI-VII, Noordwijk aan Zee, 5-8 June 1989Ergonomics. 1990, Vol 33, Num 5, issn 0014-0139Conference Proceedings

Human factors/ergonomics as a systems discipline? The human use of human beings revisitedHOLLNAGEL, Erik.Applied Ergonomics. 2014, Vol 45, Num 1, pp 40-44, issn 0003-6870, 5 p.Article

Crossing levels in systems ergonomics: A framework to support 'mesoergonomic' inquiryKARSH, Ben-Tzion; WATERSON, Patrick; HOLDEN, Richard J et al.Applied Ergonomics. 2014, Vol 45, Num 1, pp 45-54, issn 0003-6870, 10 p.Article

Putting mind and body back together: A human-systems approach to the integration of the physical and cognitive dimensions of task design and operationsMARRAS, W. S; HANCOCK, P. A.Applied Ergonomics. 2014, Vol 45, Num 1, pp 55-60, issn 0003-6870, 6 p.Article

How a submarine returns to periscope depth: Analysing complex socio-technical systems using Cognitive Work AnalysisSTANTON, Neville A; BESSELL, Kevin.Applied Ergonomics. 2014, Vol 45, Num 1, pp 110-125, issn 0003-6870, 16 p.Article

Designing sustainable work systems: The need for a systems approachZINK, Klaus J.Applied Ergonomics. 2014, Vol 45, Num 1, pp 126-132, issn 0003-6870, 7 p.Article

Advances in Socio-Technical Systems Understanding and Design: A Festschrift in Honour of K.D. EasonWATERSON, Patrick.Applied Ergonomics. 2014, Vol 45, Num 2, issn 0003-6870, 89 p., aSerial Issue

Beyond Human-Centred AutomationGROTE, Gudela; WEYER, Johannes; STANTON, Neville A et al.Ergonomics. 2014, Vol 57, Num 3, issn 0014-0139, 184 p.Serial Issue

Health information technology and sociotechnical systems: A progress report on recent developments within the UK National Health Service (NHS)WATERSON, Patrick.Applied Ergonomics. 2014, Vol 45, Num 2, pp 150-161, issn 0003-6870, 12 p., aArticle

The impact of IT over five decades - Towards the Ambient OrganizationBJØRN-ANDERSEN, Niels; RAYMOND, Benoit.Applied Ergonomics. 2014, Vol 45, Num 2, pp 188-197, issn 0003-6870, 10 p., aArticle

Statistical modelling of networked human-automation performance using working memory capacityAHMED, Nisar; DE VISSER, Ewart; SHAW, Tyler et al.Ergonomics. 2014, Vol 57, Num 3, pp 295-318, issn 0014-0139, 24 p.Article

Autonomous technology ―sources of confusion: a model for explanation and prediction of conceptual shiftsSTENSSON, Patrik; JANSSON, Anders.Ergonomics. 2014, Vol 57, Num 3, pp 455-470, issn 0014-0139, 16 p.Article

Perceived urgency mapping across modalities within a driving contextBALDWIN, Carryl L; LEWIS, Bridget A.Applied Ergonomics. 2014, Vol 45, Num 5, pp 1270-1277, issn 0003-6870, 8 p.Article

Influence of affective states on comprehension and hazard perception of warning pictorialsJIAMSANGUANWONG, Arisara; UMEMURO, Hiroyuki.Applied Ergonomics. 2014, Vol 45, Num 5, pp 1362-1366, issn 0003-6870, 5 p.Article

Self-Adaptation in Collective Adaptive SystemsPHAN CONG VINH.Journal on special topics in mobile networks and applications. 2014, Vol 19, Num 5, pp 626-633, issn 1383-469X, 8 p.Conference Paper

An Agent-Based Socio-Technical Approach to Impact Assessment for Cyber DefenseCHARITOUDI, Konstantinia; BLYTH, Andrew J. C.Information security journal (Print). 2014, Vol 23, Num 4-6, pp 125-136, issn 1939-3555, 12 p.Conference Paper

A literature review on optimum and preferred joint angles in automotive sitting postureSCHMIDT, Susanne; AMERELLER, Maximilian; FRANZ, Matthias et al.Applied Ergonomics. 2014, Vol 45, Num 2, pp 247-260, issn 0003-6870, 14 p., bArticle

A socio-technical systems approach to studying interruptions: Understanding the interrupter's perspectiveRIVERA, A. Joy.Applied Ergonomics. 2014, Vol 45, Num 3, pp 747-756, issn 0003-6870, 10 p.Article

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