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The Bartlett medal is awarded annually by the U.K. Ergonomics Society

The medal is named in honour of Frederic Bartlett(1886-1969) who was a British psychologist and professor of experimental psychology at the University of Cambridge from 1931 until his retirement in 1951.

The medal is awarded to any individual or indviduals who have made a significant contribution to ergonomics.

Recent recipients include:

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Details of award on Ergonomic Society website

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