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Bibliography BOOKS Raschko, B. B. 1982 Howling IMcnore for tie Di~ablc`1 and Elderly. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold. R~bimon, P. K., Livingeton, J., and Birren, J. E., eds. 1984 Aging and Tcch~o~ogical Aduancce. New York: Plenum Press. Salthonse, T. A. 1985 A Chicory of Cogr~vc Aging. New York: North Holland. Schaie, W. K., ed. 1987 And RC—CID of Gcrontology ~ Gcnat~ice, vol. 7. New York: Springer. BOOK COPIES Czaja, S. J. 1988 Microcomputers and the elderly. IS M. E. Helander, ea., Hand600k of HE Corner Intc~on. New World: Elsevier. Egan, D. E. 1988 Individual differences in hnman-computcr interaction. In M. E. Helander, ea., Rand~oook of H~Com~cr Inder~ior~ New York: Elsevier. Egan,D.E.,~dGomes,L.M. 1985 A - eying, isolating and accommodating indi~ridual differences ~ reaming a complex skill. In R. F. Dillon, ea., Individual Diffc"=ce in Cognition. Vol. d!. New York: Academic Press. Faletti, M. V. 1984 Hum" factors research and Factional environments for the aged. In I. Altman, M. P. Lawton, Ad J. F. Wohlwill, eds., Alders Pcopic and the Environment. New York: Plenum Prep. 82
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BIBLIOGRAPHY 83 Small, S. M. 1984 D - ign for older people. In G. Sabrendy, ea., Handbook of Human Factors. New York: John Wiley ~ Sons. A=IC[ES Anonymous 1981 Seated ~thropometry: The problems invoked in a large scale survey of disabled and elderly people. Ergonomics 24~11~:831-845. Danowski, J. A., and Sally, W. 1980 Computer communication and the elderly. Journal of E - c~mcntal Aging Rceca~h 6:12~135. Fozard, J. L. 1981 Person-environment relationships in adulthood: Implications for hump factors engineering. Human Factors 23~1~:7-27. Hughes, P. C., and Neer, R. M. 1981 Lighting for the elderly: A psychobiological approach to lighting. Han Factors 23~1~:65-85. Lemon W. H. 1981 A methodology for quantifying the effects of aging on perceptual- motor capability. Hen Factors 23~1~:87-96. Page, M. 1981 Ergonomics evaluation of a reclosable pharmaceutical container with special refcrcace to the elderb. `7rgono?nics 24~11~:847-862. Parsons, H. M. 1985 Antomation and the mdi~ridual: Comprehensive and comparat~re views. Human Factors 27~1) 90111. Pheasant, S. T. 1982 Anthropometric estimates for British civilian adults. 13rgonornics 25~11~:99~1001. Salthouse, T. A. 1984 Effects of age and drill on typing. Journal of E:~cnmerdal Psychology: Gcnc~al 113:345~371. Sink, M., and Olson, P. L. 1981 Effect of dri~cr's age on nighttime legibility of highway signs. Herman Factors 23~1~:59~4. Stoudt, H. W. 1981 The anthropometry of the elderly. HI Factors 23~1~:2037. Welford, A. T. 1981 Signal, noise, performance, and age. Hump Factors 23~1~:97-109. Wickens, C. P., Brave, R., and Stoics, A. 1987 Age d'~crencce ~ the speech and capacity of information procese- ing: 1. A dnal-tadc approach Psychology and Aging 2:70-78. llEPO~rs Czaja, S. J., Hammond, K., and Drarg, C. G. 1982 Accident and Aging. Report sponsored by the Administration on Aging, Washington, DC.
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84 BIBLIOGRAPHY Hunt, E., and Hertzag, C. 1981 A,c Rcla;ted Change in Cognition During the Working Scare. Seattle: Washington University, Department of Psychology. Lindholm, J. M., Young, H. H., and Radwan, A. E. 1986 V"wl Procceang and Dnuing Safety. Phoenix, AZ: Federal Highway Administration. Mertens, H. W., and Collms, W. E. 1985 Effcets of Age, Skep Dcpnvation, and ANitudc on Complex Pc~for- manec. Washington, DC: Federal Aviation Administration, Oflice of Aviation Medicine. National Health Surrey 1986 Current estimates from the National Health Interview Survey, United States 1983. Vital and Health Stati~ce, Series 10, No. 1S4. Hyattsville, MD: Public Health Service. National Research Council 1987 Work,Aging and lemon. Rcportof a Cor~crcnec. Washington, DC: National Academy Press. Office of Technology Assessment, United States Congress 1985 Tceknology and A~ng in America OTA-BA-264. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office. Parker, R. E. 1984 Nouns for the Elderly. Chicago: Institute of Real Estate Manage- ment of the National Association of Realtors. Paul, C., Jackson, M., and Iroz, M. 1983 Company Prod?`cti~ty and Woricr Arc. Los Angeles: National Policy Center on Employment and Retirement. Sheppard, D., and Pattinson, M. I. 1986 Intcrvic?De with Elderly Pcdc~i~ Involved in Road Acaden;ta. Crow- thorne, Berkshire, England: Transport and Road Research Labo- ratory. CA=[OG~S Corn~ortably Yours, 61 West Hunter Avenue, Maywood, N3 07607; telephone 201-368-0400. Ennehrnen~, Inc., 145 Tower Drive, P.O. Box 32, Hin~dale, IL 60S21. FashonAblc for Bcitcr Living, 99 West Street, Medfield, MA 02052. 17`c Gadgc' Book, D. R. LaBuda, ea., 1985, American Association of Retired Persons, Washington, DC. Lumcz/S'Dc~h Rchab, 100 Spence Street, Bay Shore, NY 11706. Mancaucra~lity, 4015 Avenue U (Coleman Street), Brooklyn, NY 11234; tele- phone 718-692-0909 or 800-522-1213. Ways and Means, 28001 Citrin Drive, Romulus, MI 48174; telephone 800-654-2345 (in Michigan, 800-221-4413~. The Capability Collection Catalogue. OTHER SOURCES OF MOTION American Telephone & Telegraph Company, Special needs hotlines, 800-883- 3232 for the hearing impaired, or 800-233-1222 for people with speech difficulties.
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BIB~OGRAP8Y 85 Chrysler Corporation, Physically Challenged Resource Center; telephone 80 255-9877. E:astern Paralysed Veteran A—ociation, 432 Parl: A~rcoue South, New York, NY 10016; telephone 212-686~770. International Busine~ Macllines Corporation. The National Support Center for Persons with Disabilities offers information on products and agencies; telephone 800-IBM-2133 (m Georgia, 404-988-2733 and 404 988-2729~. International Cater for the Dmablml, 340 East 24t}~ Street, New York, NY 10010; telephone 212-679-0100. Whirlpool Corporation, Appliance Information Service, 2000 M-63 North, Ben- ton Harbor, MI 49022-2692.
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