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Psychophysiology in Ergonomics

Members

Chair
Dr. Stephen Fairclough (President-Elect)
Liverpool John Moores University
Henry Cotton Building, Room 433
15-21 Webster Street
Liverpool, L3 2ET
Tel +44 (0) 151 231 4199
Email: s.fairclough@ljmu.ac.uk

Nicola Wright
Human Performance and Protection Group
Building A54, QinetiQ
Cody Technology Park
Ively Road, Farnborough
Hampshire GU14 OLX
Phone: +44 1252 394469
Fax: +44 1252 392097
Email: nawright@qinetiq.com

Wolfram Boucsein
University of Wuppertal
Physiological Psychology
Max-Horkheimer-Str. 20
42119 Wuppertal, Germany
Tel +49-202-439-2338
Fax +49-202-439-2926
Email: boucsein@uni-wuppertal.de

Richard W. Backs, Ph.D.
Director, Experimental Psychology Program
Central Michigan University, Department of Psychology
2180 Health Professions Building
Mount Pleasant, MI 48859 USA
Phone: 989-774-6497
Fax: 989-774-2553
Email: backs1rw@cmich.edu

Contact Dr. Stephen Fairclough for more information or to join this Technical Committee
Email: s.fairclough@ljmu.ac.uk


Objectives

  1. The purpose of PIE is to promote and advance the understanding of psychophysiological methods and their application to ergonomic environments through the interchange of knowledge and methodology in the behavioral, biological and physical sciences, and engineering disciplines.
  2. To participate in and/or to organize conferences and symposia for researchers and practitioners in academia and industry to present current research in psychophysiology in ergonomics
  3. To advance the dissemination of research in psychophysiology in ergonomics by sponsoring special issues or sections of journals such as Ergonomics, Human Factors, and Biological Psychology


Structure

PIE maintains a membership directory and email list of over 200 members


2007-2008 PIE Report


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Action Plan

PIE will sponsor two symposia in the 7th International Conference on Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics as part of HCI 2007 in Beijing, China.
Weblink: http://pie-iea.org/