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The Ergonomics Society is an academic society which facilitates research into ergonomics and related disciplines. It is based in the United Kingdom.

The society was officially created on 27th Sept 1949 at a meeting of a number of scientists at the Admiralty in London. Among the founder members were Frederic Bartlett, Donald Broadbent, W. E. Hick, Alan Welford, and J. S. Weiner.

In 1957 it started to publish the periodical journal [[Ergonomics{journal)|Ergonomics]]".


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