Academic Scholarship

Movements of the cane prior to locomotion judgments: The informer fallacy and the training fallacy vs the role of exploration (Book Chapter)

In Olexiy Y. Chebykin, Gregory Z. Bedny & Waldemar Karwowski (Eds.), "Ergonomics and Psychology: Developments in Theory and Practice," New York: CRC Press, 267- 302, April 2008

Ergonomics and Psychology- Developments in Theory and Practice Gregory A. Burton, Ph.D.
Department of Psychology
J. Cyr

The book describes the basic ideas that underpin the most successfully applied approaches in ergonomics, psychology, training, education, and more. It explores the mutual influences of cognitive, ecological, and activity theory approaches and demonstrates the effectiveness of these approaches in ergonomics and industrial/organizational psychology.


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