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LINGUIST List 18.1835

Mon Jun 18 2007

Qs: Research on Human Factors Engineering

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        1.    Sara Brickel, Research on Human Factors Engineering


Message 1: Research on Human Factors Engineering
Date: 18-Jun-2007
From: Sara Brickel <vtobresearchgmail.com>
Subject: Research on Human Factors Engineering


I am a Virginia Tech undergraduate student working on research this summer in
the area of Human Factors Engineering. For our project, we are trying to define
trust as it relates to medical technology. We are in desperate need of people
in the background of linguistics to take our survey:

http://www.obresearch.ise.vt.edu/P2S1/Version%202.htm

If you have about 15 minutes and could help us out, that would be great!

Thank you so much!

Linguistic Field(s): Not Applicable


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