Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science
Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science
Journal Title: Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science
ISSN: 1463-922X
ISSN Online: 1464-536X
Publication Frequency: 6 issues per year
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Aim & Scope: Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science (TIES) aims to advance the science and philosophy of human factors and ergonomics (HFE). The Journal promotes a broad array of theoretical issues, methodology, and philosophical dialogues about human interactions within simple and complex systems, and is a highly respected forum for interdisciplinary discussion within this field, cutting across the human-centered design, practice, engineering, technology, and management of human-compatible systems in the broadest sense. This includes data-driven applied and experimental work as well as work derived from the practice of HFE with the caveat that the work has implications to, or addresses in some manner, theoretical issues in ergonomics science. The Journal seeks to explore the frontiers of ever expanding HFE discipline by focusing on HFE contributions to contemporary society in the context of human interactions with technology, engineering, economics and business, as well as consideration of safety and security, human ecology, sustainability, service systems, urbanization, communication, education, and social and government policies. TIES also promotes a large scale system-of-system perspective of HFE, and discusses its implications for the development of the human-centered global society.
The Journal is proactive in its mission to develop a unique HFE discipline, and seeks to define and promote theories of HFE as distinct and inherently valuable for the global knowledge community, including human factors scientists and safety engineers, ergonomists, industrial designers, industrial engineers, systems engineers, design engineers, cognitive and organizational psychologists, health care professionals, business analysts, and human-computer interaction and user experience specialists and practioners.
Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science emphasizes new knowledge, publishing original, high-quality, peer-reviewed papers as well as commissioned reviews and peer-reviewed commentaries. Topics include both qualitative and quantitative methodological frameworks and HFE theories. The Journal presents papers that discuss principles of the investigative process in research, social and historical issues, and science ofscience perspectives on HFE. Papers that examine the discipline itself, including bibliographical analyses of classic papers, are also published.
Unlike other HFE journals that deal primarily with applications, Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science focuses on theoretical aspects of the HFE discipline, such as causality and behaviour in a complex human-technology-environment systems. Above all, the Journal provides a vehicle for the dissemination of research on the underpinning scientific foundation of the discipline of HFE that no other publication covers. It creates the opportunity to consider the newest approaches of associated domains and to implant them in human-centered and human-compatible system design. Authors are encouraged to discuss extensive and coherent theories that stimulate future empirical and modelling research within the HFE discipline.
All submissions are subject to initial appraisal by the Co-Editors, and if found suitable for further consideration, will enter peer review performed by independent, anonymous, expert referees. All peer review is double blind. Manuscripts for consideration are to be submitted using the TIES ScholarOne site.


Subjects Covered & Scope: Behavioral Sciences; Biomechanics and Human Movement Science; Business, Management and Accounting; Cognitive Ergonomics; Collaborative Design; Computer Science; Design; Economics, Finance, Business & Industry; Engineering & Technology; Ergonomics; Ergonomics & Human Factors; Health & Safety; Health & Safety Aspects of Computing; Human Performance Modeling; Industrial Design; Industrial Engineering & Manufacturing; Introductory Work/Organizational Psychology; Legal, Ethical & Social Aspects of IT; Mechanical Engineering; Psychological Science; Reliability & Risk Analysis; Risk Management; Social Psychology; Social Psychology of Organizations; Software Engineering & Systems Development; Sport and Exercise Science; Sports and Leisure; Taylor & Francis Collection; User Interface; Work & Organizational Psychology
Editor Board:
Co-Editors-in-Chief:
 
Waldemar Karwowski  
- Industrial Engineering and Management Systems, University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida 32816-2993, USA
 
Dylan Schmorrow
- SoarTech,Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
 
 
Associate Editors:
 
Magdalena Fafrowicz -  Jagiellonian University, Malopolska Centre of Biotechnology - Neurobiology, Poland
David Kaber - North Carolina State University, USA
William Krebs - Office of Naval Research, USA
Sae Schatz - Independent Consultant, USA
 
Editorial Board:
     
Tareq Ahram - University of Central Florida, USA
Pedro Arezes - University of Minho, Portugal
Rick Arnold - Aeromedical Research, USA
Sebastiano Bagnara - University of Siena, Italy
Deborah A. Boehm-Davis - George Mason University, USA
Paulo Carvalho - Instituto de Engenharia Nuclear, Brazil
Wojciech Cellary - Poznan University of Economics, Poland
Don Chaffin - University of Michigan, USA
Roberto Champney - Design Interactive, Inc., USA
Jerzy Charytonowicz - Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland
Dante Chialvo - The National Research and Technology Council (CONICET), Argentina
Joseph Cohn - U.S. Navy, USA
Kermit Davis - University of Cincinnati, USA
Pepetto Di Bucchianico - University of Chieti-Pescara, Italy
Vince Duffy - Purdue University, USA
Jan Dul - Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Mica Endsley - US Air Force, Washington DC, USA
Magdalena Fafrowicz - Jagiellonian University, Poland 
Steve Fiore - University of Central Florida, USA
J. T. Folsom-Kovarik - SoarTech, USA
Lou Freund - San Jose State University, USA
Sean Gallagher - Auburn University, USA
Krystyna Gielo-Perczak  - University of Connecticut, USA
Jerzy Grobelny - Technical University of Wroclaw, Poland
Jeff Grubb - NAVAIR, USA
Stephen J. Guastello - Marquette University, USA 
Kelly Hale - Design Interactive, USA
Peter Hancock - University of Central Florida, USA
Renliu Jang - Ming Chi University of Technology, Taiwan
Yong Gu Ji - Yonsei University, Korea
Steve Landry - Purdue University, USA
John D. Lee - University of Wisconsin,USA
Nancy Lightner - VA-CASE VERC, USA
Tadeusz Marek - Jagiellonian University, Poland
William S. Marras - Ohio State University, USA
Pamela McCauley - University of Central Florida, USA
Jill McQuade - Office of the Secretary of Defense, USA
Jason Moss - Army Research Laboratory-HRED STTC, USA
Denise Nicholson - DSCI MESH Solutions, USA
Fivos Panetsos Petrova - Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain 
Raja Parasuraman - George Mason University, USA
Patrick Rau - Tsinghua University, China
Francisco Rebelo - Lisbon University, Portugal
Christopher R. Reid -  NASA, Johnson Space Center,  USA 
Lauren Reinerman-Jones - University of Central Florida, USA
Paul Salmon - University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia
Gavriel Salvendy - Purdue University, USA and Tsinghua University, China
Christopher Schlick - RWTH, Germany
Joseph Sharit - University of Miami, Coral Gables, USA
Marcelo Soares - Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil
Neville A. Stanton - University of Southampton, UK
Stefan Trzcielinski - Poznan University of Technology, Poland
Andrea Vallicelli - University of Chieti-Pescara, Italy
Peter Vink - TU-Delft, The Netherlands 
Alexander Walker - Aptima, USA
Petros Xanthopoulos - University of Central Florida, USA
Jack Zaientz - SoarTech, USA

Abtracting & Indexing:

Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science is abstracted and indexed in: British Library Inside, Cambridge Scientific Abstracts; EBSCO Databases; Electronic Collections Online; Ergonomics Abstracts; New Jour; Occupational Safety and Health Database; OCLC ArticleFirst; PsycFIRST; PsycINFO and Zetoc.


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