Aim & Scope
5-Year Impact Factor: 1.359
© 2013 Thomson Reuters, Journal Citation Reports® for 2012 ranks Human Performance in Psychology, Applied.
Human Performance publishes research investigating the nature of performance in the workplace and in applied settings and offers a rich variety of information going beyond the study of traditional job behavior. Dedicated to presenting original research, theory, and measurement methods, the journal investigates individual and team performance factors that influence work effectiveness.
is a respected forum for behavioral scientists interested in variables that motivate and promote high-level human performance, particularly in occupational settings. The journal seeks to identify and stimulate more relevant research, communication, and theory concerning human capabilities and effectiveness. It serves as a valuable intellectual link between such disciplines as industrial-organizational psychology, individual differences, work physiology, environmental medicine and safety, human resource management, and human factors.
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