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Course Name
Turkish Tasarım Araştırmalarında Uygulamalı İnsan Faktörleri Metotları
English Applied Human Factors Methods in Design Research
Course Code
EUT 619 Credit Lecture
(hour/week)
Recitation
(hour/week)
Laboratory
(hour/week)
Semester -
3 3 - -
Course Language Turkish
Course Coordinator Ekrem Cem Alppay
Course Objectives 1.To gain knowledge and experience on the methods used in human factors research
2.To gain the ability to select the appropriate human factors methods for a design application or research problem
3.Adapting and the research methods used in human factors into industrial design research field
Course Description Selection of appropriate human factors methods form the problems in industrial design research and applications. Current research fields and trends in human factors research.
Classification of human factors methods: physical methods, cognitive methods and physiological methods. User interface research.
Analysis methods, anthropometric methods, design analysis and improvement methods, evaluation methods. Surveys: questionnaires and interviews.
Application of basic human factors numerical data into the design process and design research,
Course Outcomes M.Sc./PhD students who successfully pass this course gain knowledge, skill and competency in the following subjects;
1.Ability to identify, classify the context of human factors literature and to utilize it in research
2.Ability to select the appropriate human factors methods and to discuss and apply them into industrial design research problems,
3.Detailed knowledge and experience about a specific method
4.Knowledge about current research topics and trends in human factors research
5.Ability to propose a research problem
Pre-requisite(s)
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Textbook
Other References Nemeth C. P., 2004, Human factors methods in design, making systems human-centered, CRC Press, Londra.
McCauley-Bush P., 2011, Ergonomics: Foundational Principles, Applications, and Technologies, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL
Roebuck J. A., 1995, Anthropometric methods: Designing to fit the human body, Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, CA
Stanton N. A., Young M. S., 2014, A guide to methodology in ergonomics-Designing for human use: Second Edition, Taylor&Francis, Londra.
Stanton N. A., Salmon P. M., Rafferty L. A., Walker G. H., Baber C., 2013, Human Factors Methods: A Practical Guide for Engineering and Design, Ashgate Pub Co, Surrey, UK
Stanton N. A, Hedge A., Brookhuis K., Salas E.ve Hendrick H. W., 2004, Handbook of Human Factors and Ergonomics Methods, CRC Press
Stanton N. A., Salmon P. M., Walker G. H., Baber C., Jenkins D. P., 2005, Human Factors Methods: A Practical Guide for Engineering And Design, Ashgate Publishing Co.
 
 
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