Who ya gonna call? Recently, I received the latest issue, the third edition, of The Handbook of Human Factors and Ergonomics, edited by Dr. Gavriel Salvendy. I am awed and amazed by this massive tome, with its long and distinguished list of advisory board members (25) and even longer and more distinguished list of chapter authors (114). Do we need another 1,654-page summary of everything we need to know, but about which we might be afraid to ask? Yes, but with some qualifications. This particular collection had some intriguing chapters, like Chapter 21 by Martin G. Helander in Singapore…
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