Neuroergonomics: The Brain at Work

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Title

Neuroergonomics: The Brain at Work

Subject

Ergonomics

Description

Neuroergonomics is the study of brain and behavior at work (Parasuraman, 2003). This interdisciplinary area of research and practice merges the
disciplines of neuroscience and ergonomics (or
human factors) in order to maximize the benefits
of each. The goal is not just to study brain structure and function, which is the province of neuroscience, but also to do so in the context of human
cognition and behavior at work, at home, in transportation, and in other everyday environments.
Neuroergonomics focuses on investigations of the
neural bases of such perceptual and cognitive
functions as seeing, hearing, attending, remembering, deciding, and planning in relation to technologies and settings in the real world. Because
the human brain interacts with the world via a
physical body, neuroergonomics is also concerned
with the neural basis of physical performance—
grasping, moving, or lifting objects and one’s
limbs

Creator

EDITED BY Raja Parasuraman and Matthew Rizzo

Source

www.oup.com

Publisher

Oxford University Press, Inc.

Date

2007

Contributor

Siobhan Banks
University of Pennsylvania
Antoine Bechara
University of Iowa
Cynthia Breazeal
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Vince D. Calhoun
Yale University
David F. Dinges
University of Pennsylvania
Monica Fabiani
University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign
Shimin Fu
George Mason University
Alan Gevins
SAM Technology, Inc.
Krystyna Gielo-Perczak
Liberty Mutual Research Center
Jordan Grafman
National Institute of Neurological Disorders
and Stroke
Gabriele Gratton
University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign
Peter A. Hancock
University of Central Florida
Waldemar Karwowski
University of Louisville
Joseph K. Kearney
University of Iowa
Arthur F. Kramer
University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign
John Lee
University of Iowa
Eleanor A. Maguire
University College, London
Melissa M. Mallis
Alertness Solutions, Inc
University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign
Sean McEvoy
University of Iowa
Lotfi B. Merabet
Northwestern University
Lee E. Miller
Northwestern University
Ferdinando A. Mussa-Ivaldi
Northwestern University
Vicki Neale
Virginia Polytechnic and State University
Christa Neuper
Graz University of Technology
Raja Parasuraman
George Mason University
Gert Pfurtscheller
VA Medical Center, Boston
Rosalind Picard
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dorothe A. Poggel
VA Medical Center, Boston
Robert Riener
Graz University of Technology
Joseph F. Rizzo III
VA Medical Center, Boston
Matthew Rizzo
University of Iowa
Scott Robinson
University of Iowa
W. Zev Rymer
Northwestern University
Mark W. Scerbo
Old Dominion University
Reinhold Scherer
Graz University of Technology
Joan Severson
Digital Artifacts
Bohdana Sherehiy
University of Louisville
Wlodzimierz Siemionow
Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Michael E. Smith
Sam Technology, Inc.
James L. Szalma
University of Central Florida
Lloyd D. Tripp
Air Force Research Lab
Joel S. Warm
University of Cincinnati
Richard Weir
Northwestern University

Language

English

Files

Collection

Citation

EDITED BY Raja Parasuraman and Matthew Rizzo, “Neuroergonomics: The Brain at Work,” Portal Ebook UNTAG SURABAYA, accessed July 21, 2024, https://ebook.untag-sby.ac.id/items/show/1073.