EAAP Best Paper Award 2015
8 February 2015
The Best Paper Award
of the journal Aviation Psychology and Applied Human Factors (APAHF)
ISSN-Print 2192-0923, ISSN-Online 2192-0931
The Aviation Psychology and Applied Human Factors (APAHF) is the peer-reviewed scientific journal of the European Association for Aviation Psychology (EAAP), in cooperation with the Australian Aviation Psychology Association (AAvPA) and published by Hogrefe Publishing, Göttingen, Germany.
The journal APAHF invites innovative, original, high quality papers from researchers and practitioners addressing all psychological/ Human Factors aspects of the aerospace domain. Aviation Psychology and Applied Human Factors is indexed in PsycINFO, PSYNDEX, and Academic Index.
The new annual APAHF Best Paper Award, introduced in 2015 recognizes excellence in aviation psychology and human factors research of a scientific paper, research note or practitioner paper submitted to Aviation Psychology and Applied Human Factors which was accepted for publication in the respective year. The winner will be selected by the Editor-in-Chief and the Associate Editors of APAHF. The award will be formally conferred at a special session at the bi-annual EAAP Conference. The winning paper will be published in the APAHF journal and the first author will be invited to present the paper in a Keynote Speech at the EAAP Conference.
Any researcher is eligible to submit relevant work. Membership in EAAP or AAvPA is not required. Each manuscript accepted for publication in APAHF in 2015 will be considered for the Best Paper Award 2015.
Submissions must cover original, unpublished research and comply with the manuscript submission instructions. Manuscripts should be submitted via the journal e-mail address: .
More details about the Journal can be found here.
Dr. Ioana Koglbauer
Editor-in-Chief, Aviation Psychology and Applied Human Factors
Drs. Ir. André Droog
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