Publication statistics

Pub. period:1972-1993
Pub. count:11
Number of co-authors:22



Co-authors

Number of publications with 3 favourite co-authors:

Ernest J. McCormick:4
Richard J. Hornick:2
Brian E. Shaw:2

 

 

Productive colleagues

Mark S. Sanders's 3 most productive colleagues in number of publications:

Colin G. Drury:32
Stephan Konz:15
Daryle Jean Gardne..:11
 
 
 

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Mark S. Sanders

Has also published under the name of:
"Mark Sanders", "M. S. Sanders", and "M. Sanders"

 

Publications by Mark S. Sanders (bibliography)

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1993
 
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Sanders, Mark S. and McCormick, Ernest J. (1993): Human Factors In Engineering and Design. McGraw-Hill Science

This is the seventh edition of a text that is quite popular and the respected leader in its field. Written for upper-level undergraduate and graduate students, as well as for practicing professionals, the book combines an emphasis on the empirical research basis of human factors with comprehensive coverage of basic concepts in the field of human factors and ergonomics. This edition of Human Factors in Engineering and Design has been thoroughly updated and contains a new chapter on motor skills. Several chapters have been extensively revised and renamed to reflect current emphases and research in the field.

© All rights reserved Sanders and McCormick and/or McGraw-Hill Science

 Cited in the following chapters:

Human factors: [/encyclopedia/human_factors_definition.html]

Socio-Technical System Design: [/encyclopedia/socio-technical_system_design.html]

The Evolution of Computing: [/books/the_social_design_of_technical_systems/the_evolution_of_computing.html]


 
 Cited in the following chapters:

Human factors: [/encyclopedia/human_factors_definition.html]

Socio-Technical System Design: [/encyclopedia/socio-technical_system_design.html]

The Evolution of Computing: [/books/the_social_design_of_technical_systems/the_evolution_of_computing.html]


 
 
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Hornick, Richard J., Way, Thomas C., Besco, Robert O., Jahns, Dieter W., Laughery, Sr. Kenneth R. and Sanders, Mark S. (1993): Forensics Practice: Headaches and Remedies -- II. In: Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 37th Annual Meeting 1993. pp. 499-500.

Attorneys continue increasingly to use human factors practitioners to perform analyses and to testify as expert witnesses in product liability and personal injury cases. This panel session is a follow-up to that presented at the previous Annual Meeting in 1992. It focuses on the practical and ethical matters faced by the human factors professional providing services to the legal community. This panel is intended to explore different experiential perspectives regarding effective procedures for dealing with the unique demands of the litigation field.

© All rights reserved Hornick et al. and/or Human Factors Society

 
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Sanders, Mark S. and McCormick, Ernest J. (1993): Human Factors in Engineering and Design (7th Edition). New York, McGraw-Hill

1992
 
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Hornick, Richard J., Besco, Roben O., Harris, James L., Laughery, Sr. Kenneth R. and Sanders, Mark S. (1992): Forensics Practice -- Headaches and Remedies. In: Proceedings of the Human Factors Society 36th Annual Meeting 1992. pp. 596-597.

Attorneys are increasingly using human factors practitioners to perform analyses and to testify as expert witnesses in product liability and personal injury cases. Previous panels and symposia have addressed a variety of technical considerations and applications in those arenas. However, there are many practical challenges in providing such services to the legal community in an effective and personally satisfying manner. This panel is focused on the practical matters faced by the individual human factors consultant providing services to the legal community. The panel is intended to explore different experiential perspectives regarding effective procedures for dealing with the unique demands of the litigation field.

© All rights reserved Hornick et al. and/or Human Factors Society

1990
 
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Nutter, Elizabeth H., Converse, Sharolyn A., Koppa, Rodger, Montero, R. Craig, Sanders, Mark S. and Sind, Paula M. (1990): Student Participation in HFS: Benefits to Students, Benefits to the Society. In: D., Woods, and E., Roth, (eds.) Proceedings of the Human Factors Society 34th Annual Meeting 1990, Santa Monica, USA. pp. 518-519.

1989
 
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Shaw, Brian E. and Sanders, Mark S. (1989): Research to Determine the Frequency and Cause of Injury Accidents in Underground Mining. In: Proceedings of the Human Factors Society 33rd Annual Meeting 1989. pp. 1004-1008.

The objective of this project was to perform a comprehensive analysis of underground mining injury accidents to determine the relative contribution of various causal factors, including human error. A paper presented at the Human Factors Society 31st Annual Meeting (Shaw and Sanders, 1985) describes the methodology for assessing the relative contribution of various factors to accident causation and presented preliminary findings. A Bureau of Mines Technical Report (Sanders and Shaw, 1988) completely documents the research project and presents final findings and recommendations. The present paper focuses on the final data set to explore the multiplicity of contributing causal factors, and the underlying reasons for involvement of these factors, in underground mining accidents.

© All rights reserved Shaw and Sanders and/or Human Factors Society

1988
 
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Zwahlen, Helmut T., Aghazadeh, Fereydoun, Drury, Colin G., Gardner-Bonneau, Daryle Jean, Johnson, Steven, Konz, Stephan, Mital, Anil and Sanders, Mark S. (1988): Undergraduate and Graduate Courses in Industrial Ergonomics, Industrial Human Factors and Industrial Safety -- Where are We Today and Where Do We Need to Be in the Future?. In: Proceedings of the Human Factors Society 32nd Annual Meeting 1988. p. 495.

The field of human factors, ergonomics, and safety has grown and expanded rapidly over the last two decades. The area of industrial ergonomics, industrial human factors, and industrial safety is becoming a smaller and smaller subset among the new emerging areas within the general human factors field and efforts of the Human Factors Society. The Human Factors Society has started an accreditation program for human factors education at the graduate level. At this point in time the accreditation document of the Human Factors Society is rather non-specific when it comes to the descriptions, teaching strategies, and experiences of industrial ergonomics, industrial human factors, and industrial safety courses.

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1987
 
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Shaw, Brian E. and Sanders, Mark S. (1987): Research to Determine the Frequency and Cause of Injury Accidents in Underground Mining. In: Proceedings of the Human Factors Society 31st Annual Meeting 1987. pp. 926-930.

A systems approach was used to investigate 188 underground mining accidents. A team of raters assessed the relative contribution of 10 causal factors in each accident case. The results illustrate the importance of human error and management in the causal chain of accidents.

© All rights reserved Shaw and Sanders and/or Human Factors Society

 
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Sanders, Mark S. and McCormick, Ernest J. (1987): Human Factors in Engineering and Design. New York, McGraw-Hill

1982
 
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McCormick, Ernest J. and Sanders, Mark S. (1982): Human Factors in Engineering and Design. New York, NY, McGraw-Hill

1972
 
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Bainbridge, Lou and Sanders, Mark S. (1972): The Generality of Fitts' Law. In Journal of Experimental Psychology, 96 pp. 130-133.

 Cited in the following chapter:

Fitts's Law: [/encyclopedia/fitts_law.html]


 
 Cited in the following chapter:

Fitts's Law: [/encyclopedia/fitts_law.html]


 
 
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