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"Human Factors" IS NOT to be Confused with:

Bullet Point Human Resources Except. . .
  Human Factors contributes to the development of tools used by Human Resources such as selection and placement tests (in conjunction with personnel psychologists), job aids, and training programs.
Bullet Point Clinical psychology Except. . .

Human Factors addresses the effects of job stress, fatigue, shift work, medications, substance abuse, etc. on workers' mental health, well being, and performance.

Bullet Point Human Biology Except. . .

Human Factors incorporates knowledge of human anatomy and physiology in the design of tools, products, equipment, system interfaces, tasks, and work-rest/work-rotation schedules.

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