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Psychology and Human Performance in Space Programs : Research at the Frontier

By: Landon, Lauren Blackwell(Edited by) Salas, Eduardo (Rice University, Texas, USA)(Edited by) Slack, Kelley J. (University of Houston, Senior Researcher, NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX)(Edited by)

1138339865 / 9781138339866
Published 07/05/2020
United Kingdom
156 x 235 mm, 454 grams 352 pages, 7 Line drawings, black and white; 14 Halftones, black and white; 16 Tables, black and whi
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This two-volume set covers organizational psychology and human factors in aerospace and other extreme environments. Organizational psychology and organizational science, human factors, psychology, and aerospace have matured in parallel since World War II.

However, the practice at NASA has historically lagged behind.

This book includes research oriented topics and perspectives.

It introduces the challenges of spaceflight and conducting spaceflight research as they apply to organizational psychology and human factors.

Chapters also describe cutting-edge research and development related to composing, training, and supporting teams that will live and work together for missions up to 2.5 years.


JMA Psychological theory & schools of thought, JMJ Occupational & industrial psychology, KC Economics, KJMB Management: leadership & motivation, KNGV Aerospace & air transport industries, TBDG Ergonomics, TNF Hydraulic engineering, TRP Aerospace & aviation technology

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