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Synonyms for ergonomics

the branch of engineering science in which biological science is used to study the relation between workers and their environments

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She has a doctorate and a master's degree in engineering psychology from Georgia Tech.
But after graduating in 2002, she discovered the Army didn't have a job for her in the engineering psychology field.
William Shattuck, who teaches a class in engineering psychology that deals with human error and machines, took his students to see the play.
As a research scientist she has investigated the effects of psychological processes on manual tasks and she has developed university courses in psychometric methods, human factors, and engineering psychology.
He received his doctorate in engineering psychology from The Johns Hopkins University in 1975.
Additional studies include one year of graduate work in engineering psychology.
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