What is engineering psychology - What is engineering...

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What is engineering psychology? According to http://www.katiandgraham.com/eng_psy.htm , engineering psychology is the study of how humans interact with machines based on their psychological capacities and limitations. The catalysts of engineering psychology is how technology can be used to found solutions to problems in many areas such as health, how machines affect the lives of people, how to make technology adjustable for human needs in a given environment, and understanding how humans deals with the issues that technology causes for them. Take how to make technology adjustable for human needs in a given environment and understanding how humans deals with the issues that technology causes for them for example. The corrosions of engineering psychology can also be the same ideas listed in the catalysts category. Let’s say a person brought their very first cell phone for example. He/she understands the basic functions such as saving numbers to the phone, downloading ring tones, using the camera, how to find numbers, and so forth. An incident
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2008 for the course S T S 200 taught by Professor Tappert,ericw during the Spring '08 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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