Global Perspectives on the Ecology of Human-Machine Systems - Vol. 1

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Author Index
A
Aarås, A., 281, 292
Abdel-Moty, E., 298, 341
Acidng, C. A., 213, 233
Allsopp, B., 211, 215, 233
Amalberti, R., 145, 154
Anderson, A. R., 39, 47, 50
Anderson, J. R., 76, 79, 96, 97, 116
Arbib, M. A., 366, 368, 393
Armstrong, T. J., 289, 291
Armone, W, 206, 209
Arthur, E., 45, 51
Arthur, J., 297, 341
Ashby, W. R., 123, 154
Atkinson, D., 176, 177, 184
B
Baker, W. E., 369, 392
Balliett, J. A., 277, 291, 361, 394
Banaji, M. R., 55, 65
Bardogjy, J. C., 216, 233
Barwise, J., 95, 116
Beach, K. D., 84, 119
Becker, R. A., 165, 184, 369, 392
Beek, P. J., 364, 365, 392
Bellman, R., 338, 341
Benbasat, I., 60, 65
Bennett, C. T., 204, 207
Bennett, J., 79, 120
Bennett, K. B., 36, 50, 182, 186
Bernstein, N., 276, 290, 309, 338, 341
Berriman, A. E., 216, 233
Bettman, J. R., 161, 186
Bingham, G. P., 231, 233, 365, 366, 367, 368, 369, 370, 392, 393
Birkhoff, G., 314, 341
Birmingham, H. P., 78, 116
Birren, J. E., 24, 53
Bizzi, E., 365, 367, 393
Blazina, J., 180, 186, 187
Boer, C., 56, 65
Bohlman, L., 81, 116
Braitenberg, V., 72, 116
Bramble, D. M., 369, 393
Brehmr, B., 79, 87, 89, 90, 116, 118
Bressan, P. B., 226, 236
Bridgeman, B., 108, 116
Bridgman, P., 312, 341
Brolin, B. C., 215, 233
Bronowski, J., 23, 38, 51
Brunswik, E., 54, 65, 76, 79, 86, 87, 89, 116, 117
Buckingham, E., 312, 313, 334, 341
Burton, G., 368, 389, 395
C
Calderwood, R., 160, 180, 185, 190, 207
Campbell, R. L., 71, 117
Canter, D., 211, 233
Card, S. K., 74, 117, 168, 185
Carello, C., 217, 225, 233, 240, 245, 248, 269, 271, 324, 325, 326, 341, 342
Carroll, J. M., 70, 71, 117
Cassirer, E., 181, 184
Castelfranchi, C., 242, 269
Chignell, M. H., 16, 30, 39, 41, 50, 51
Chrysler, S., 45, 51
Clanton, C., 153, 154

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