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(p. 76) Human Factors Engineering and Human Performance 

(p. 76) Human Factors Engineering and Human Performance
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(p. 76) Human Factors Engineering and Human Performance
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Michael D. Matthews

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10.1093/med:psych/9780199928262.003.0016
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date: 05 December 2019

The speed and complexity of contemporary military systems challenge the ability of humans to successfully employ them to maximum effect. Capabilities and limitations in human sensory and perceptual processes, attention, memory, and decision-making must be considered in the design of military systems, and in selecting and training military personnel to operate them.

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