Advances In Human Performance And Cognitive Engineering Research

Cognitive engineering is the application of cognitive science and psychology to understand the fundamental principles behind human cognition, actions and performance in supporting human-problem solving and maximizing overall performance.

This series serves as a forum where scientists and practitioners can engage in a dialogue to review, discuss, analyze and debate, the vast number of human performance issues that arise when individuals and groups interact with each other, the technology, the equipment, and the organizational context.

Titles included in this series will present vital reviews of applied research in cognitive engineering and some methodological approaches to human performance. Readers from the field of human factors, computer science, industrial engineering, psychology (industrial/organizational, social, cognitive, military, engineering), organizational behavior, ergonomics and management will find valuable information for research and practice.


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