IJ Human Factors and Ergonomics announces Best Paper awards
The International Journal of Human Factors and Ergonomics is instigating a Best Papers award. The first two winners have been announced: Scialfa et al. (192012), Hazard perception in older drivers, is awarded the 2012-2013 Best IJHFE Paper award and Baldwin, May & Parasuraman (192014), Auditory forward collision warnings reduce crashes associated with task-induced fatigue in young and older drivers, is awarded the 2014-2015 Best IJHFE Paper award. Both papers and the three runners-up are now freely available as part of the journal's sample issue, http://www.inderscience.com/info/ingeneral/sample.php?jcode=ijhfe.