AcknowledgmentsThe editors would like to thank the following people for their help in organizing and running the
conference which produced this book: Todd M. Eischeid, Gerry Hadley, Jamie L. LoVerde, Anthony Macera, Lawrence J. Prinzel, III, Victoria S. Schoenfeld, Julie Stark, Kenneth Vehec, Aaron Dudek, and Elaine
Justice and Woody Turpin. Further, we owe a special debt of gratitude to the conference coordinator, Kristin
Krahl.We would also like to thank Daniel K. Mayes, Dennis Vincenzi, Jefferson Koonce, and Dennis
Peache for their help in preparing this book.We also wish to acknowledge and thank the following organizations for their help in sponsoring the
Third Conference on Automation Technology and Human Performance. Their financial assistance
contributed significantly to the success of this conference.
|The Department of Psychology at Old Dominion University|
|The College of Sciences at Old Dominion University|
|NASA Langley Research Center|
|The Office of Naval Research|
|The Tidewater Chapter of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society|
Finally, Mark would like to thank Sue for her understanding. You can have me back now.
Mark W. Scerbo Mustapha Mouloua Norfolk, VA, 1998
Questia, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning. www.questia.com
Book title: Automation Technology and Human Performance:Current Research and Trends.
Contributors: Mark W. Scerbo - Editor.
Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Place of publication: Mahwah, NJ.
Publication year: 1999.
Page number: xiii.
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