ISSN 0014-0139, Online ISSN: 1366-5847
Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd
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Editorial From Experience to Innovation
Forty years of IEA: some reflections on the evolution of ergonomics
Helander, M. G.
The Alan Welford Memorial Lecture Ageing and human skill: a 40th anniversary
Ergonomics, quality and continuous improvementconceptual and empirical relationships in an industrial context
Psychosocial aspects of working with video display terminals (VDTs) and employee physical and mental health
Smith, Michael J.
Human factors in modern traffic systems
Noy, Y. Ian
History and future of ergonomics in building and construction
Koningsveld, Ernst A. P.; Molen, Henk F. Van Der
Manual handling of loads: the point of view of experts involved in the application of EC Directive 90/269
Grieco, A.; Occhipinti, E.; Colombini, D.; Molteni, G.
Virtual environments and ergonomics: needs and opportunities
Wilson, John R.
Can participatory ergonomics become 'the way we do things in this firm'- The Scandinavian approach to participatory ergonomics
Jensen, Per Langaa
Improving engineering design- contributions of cognitive ergonomics
The scientific basis for making guidelines and standards to prevent work-related musculoskeletal disorders
Viikari-Juntura, Eira R. A.
Ergonomics and technology transfer into small and mediumsized enterprises
Ergonomics and safety in societies in transfer
Human- and work-centred safety: keys to a new conception of management
User-centred design of smart products
Buurman, Rudy Den
Cognitive ergonomics: it's all in the mind