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Systems psychology / edited by Kenyon B. De Greene.

; Alluisi, Earl A
New York : McGraw-Hill, [1970] .
ISBN 9780070162389, 0070162387

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Other Authors Alluisi, Earl A.
De Greene, Kenyon B.
Subjects Betriebspsychologie.
Human Engineering.
Human-machine systems.
Ingénierie des systèmes.
Mens-machine-systemen.
Psychologie appliquée.
Psychology, Applied.
Psychology, Industrial.
Systeemtheorie.
Systems engineering.
Systèmes (Génie)
Systèmes homme-machine.
Series McGraw-Hill series in management.
Description xiii, 593 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Copyright Date [1970]
©1970
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents pt. I. General systems concepts and methods. Systems and psychology ; Human factors in systems engineering ; System analysis techniques ; Accidents and safety ; Systems test and evaluation -- part II. Mathematical approached to the study of psychological factors in systems. Information and uncertainty: the metrics of communications ; The estimation of operator workload in complex systems ; Behavioral decision theory and man-machine systems ; The human operator in control systems -- part III. Special challenges of complex systems. Man-computer interrelationships ; Maintainability: psychological factors in design -- part IV. Applications of psychological and systems knowledge to increasing personnel effectiveness. Systems staffing ; Training: men-man and man-machine communications -- part V. Effects of the systems operational environment. Psychophysical stress: environmental factors leading to degraded performance ; Motivation and job performance factors in systems development and operations -- part VI. Sociotechnical systems -- and beyond. Human factors in transportation systems ; Esthetics, architecture, and city and regional design ; New vistas: systems psychology in the years to come.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)78452
(OCoLC)ocm00078452
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