15 October 2016

International Journal of Human Factors and Ergonomics Best Paper Award winners available for free

The following sample articles, which represent the two winners and three runners-up of IJHFE's inaugural Best Papers Award, are now available here for free:
  • Attitudinal predictors of relative reliance on human vs. automated advisors
  • Lean implementation at different levels in Swedish hospitals: the importance for working conditions and stress
  • Auditory forward collision warnings reduce crashes associated with task-induced fatigue in young and older drivers
  • Using the situation present assessment method to measure situation awareness in simulated submarine track management
  • New organisational issues and macroergonomics: integrating management systems
  • Hazard perception in older drivers
  • Improving the visibility of bicycle infrastructure
  • Ergonomics development needs in truck body design – from video analyses to solution proposals

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