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  • Getting Darwin Wrongby Brendan Wallace

    Andrews UK 2013; US$ 17.99

    Brendan Wallace, with a background in psychology, demonstrates that the key claims of Evolutionary Psychology (EP), popularised by Steven Pinker and others, are based on the 'brain is a digital computer' argument. He then argues that as we now know this model of the brain will not work, therefore EP won't work either, since it is based... more...

  • Beyond Human Errorby Brendan Wallace; Alastair Ross

    Taylor and Francis 2004; US$ 98.95

    A ground-breaking new book, Beyond Human Error: Taxonomies and Safety Science deconstructs the conventional concept of ?human error? and provides a whole new way of looking at accidents and how they might be prevented. Based on research carried out in the rail, nuclear, and defense industries, the authors show how, by concentrating solely on ?human... more...

  • Safety Managementby John Davies; Alastair Ross; Brendan Wallace

    Taylor and Francis 2003; US$ 154.95

    Professionals striving for accident reduction must deal with systems in which both technical and human elements play equal and complementary roles. However, many of the existing techniques in ergonomics and risk management concentrate on plant and technical issues and downplay human factors and "subjectivity." Safety Management: A Qualitative Systems... more...

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