Aviation Psychology and Applied Human Factors
The Aviation Psychology and Applied Human Factors Journal is the joint journal of AAvPA and the European Association for Aviation Psychology (EAAP). The journal is published by Hogrefe
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Aim and Scope
Aviation Psychology and Applied Human Factors (APAHF) publishes innovative, original, high-quality applied research covering all aspects of the aerospace domain. In order to make the journal accessible to both practitioners and scientific researchers, the contents are broadly divided into original scientific research articles and papers for practitioners.
The fully peer-reviewed Original Articles cover a variety of methodological approaches, ranging from experimental surveys to ethnographic and observational research, from those psychological and human factors disciplines relevant to the field, including social psychology, cognitive psychology, and ergonomics. High-quality critical review articles and meta-analyses cover particular topics of current scientific interest. Shorter studies are published as Research Notes.
Finally, the journal's News and Announcements section features past and upcoming events around the world, association news, interviews, and similar.
Submissions for any section of APAHF must be sent to the .
Manuscripts must be accompanied by a formal letter of submission addressed to the Editor in Chief confirming that:
Submission of manuscripts is taken to imply that neither the manuscript nor any component of it has already been published or is currently under consideration by another journal. Read more
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Informal enquiries concerning the content and format of papers should be addressed to .
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