Further reading in and around ergonomics

Books
Astrand PO, Rodahl K. (1977) Textbook of Work Physiology. McGraw-Hill.
Guyton AC (1991) Textbook of Medical Physiology, 8th edition, WB Saunders.
Kirwan B (1994) A Guide to Practical Human Reliability Assessment. Taylor and Francis.
International Labour Organisation (1996) Ergonomic Checkpoints. ILO. ISBN 92-2-10-9442-1.
Kapandji JA (1974) The Physiology of the Joints, vols 1, 2, 3. Churchill Livingstone.
Karwowski W (ed) (2001) International Encyclopaedia of Ergonomics and Human Factors . Taylor and Francis.
Kuorinka I, Forcier L (1994) Work Related Musculoskeletal Disorders - a Reference Manual for Prevention. Taylor and Francis.
Mascie-Taylor CGW, Bogin B (1995) Human Variability and Plasticity. Cambridge University Press.
Mital A, Nichholson AS, Ayoub M (1997) A Guide to Manual Materials Handling, 2nd edition. Taylor and Francis.
Niebel NW, Frievalds A (1993) Methods, Standards and Work Design, 10th edition. WCB McGraw-Hill.
Norman DA (1988) The Psychology of Everyday Things. Basic Books.
Peebles L, Norris B (1998) Adult Data. The Handbook of Anthropometry and Strength Measurements. Department of Trade and Industry, UK, DTI/Pub 2917/3K/6/98/NP.URN.98/736.
Pheasant ST (1995) Bodyspace, 2nd edition. Taylor and Francis.
Preece J (1993) A Guide to Usability. The Open University Press, Addison Wesley.
Reason J (1990) Human Error. Cambridge University Press.
Ridley J, Channing J (1999) Safety at Work, 5th edition. Butterworth Heinemann.
Ringelberg JA, Koukoulaki Th (2002) Rish Estimation for Musculoskeletal Disorders in Machinery Design - Integrating a User Perspective. European Trade Union Technical Bureau for Health and Safety.
Sundstrom ED (1986) Workplaces. Cambridge University Press.
Wald PM, Stave GM (1994) Physical and Biological Hazards in the Workplace. Van Nostrand-Reinhold.
Wickens CD (1992) Engineering Psychology and Human Performance, 2nd edition, Pearson Education.
Wilde GJS (1994) Target Risk. PDE Publications.
Woodson WE (1981) Human Factors Design Handbook. McGraw-Hill Inc.

Journals
Human Factors
Ergonomics
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics

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