Neuroergonomic Methods for the Evaluation of Physical and Cognitive Work | Chapter individual record
abstract

Neuroergonomics shares the same goal as do the other ergonomic methods that are described in this book: to help develop technological systems and work environments compatible with human capabilities and limitations, but by taking both human performance and brain function into account. Neuroergonomics can therefore be defined as the study of the human brain in relation to performance at work and in everyday settings, including both physical and cognitive work.

author list (cited authors)
Parasuraman, R., & Mehta, R. K.
editor list (cited editors)
Wilson, J. R., & Sharples, S.
publication date
2015
publisher
CRC Press Publisher
keywords
  • Industrial Health And Safety
  • Engineering
  • Ergonomics