The EAAP award goes to: Asghate Publishing
6 October 2004
EAAP 2004 Award was given to Ashgate Publishing for outstanding international promotion and publication of Aviation Psychology in Sesimbra, Portugal – During its 26th conference, the European Association for Aviation Psychology (EAAP), has for the first time presented an EAAP Award to recognise outstanding achievements of individuals and teams in European Aviation Psychology and Human Factors. The first EAAP award was given to Ashgate Publishing in recognition of their outstanding contribution to promoting aviation psychology.
"In Aviation Psychology and Human Factors there is a continuous need to raise awareness and to communicate the latest research, development and implementation results throughout the aviation community. Therefore the EAAP 2004 Award has been presented to Ashgate Publishing in recognition of their outstanding international promotion and publication of Aviation Psychology over the last 15 years," reported EAAP's President, Manfred Barbarino here today.
"Amongst the pillars that you and your members constitute, we at Ashgate are delighted and surprised to be recognised by EAAP, whose members we are proud to serve. We thank you for your support and look forward to continuing the tradition in the future."-- commented John Hindley from Ashgate Publishing.
Ashgate Publishing facilitates specialists in the spread of high quality research and practice, on a global scale, with offices in the Europe/UK, USA, Australia and agents throughout the world. The scope ranges from Aviation Psychology to Aviation Business, now also diversifying into areas of adjacent disciplines: cognitive and engineering psychology, safety and risk. Since 1987, starting from Frank Hawkins's classic: "Human Factors in Flight", Ashgate has published more than 100 books in these areas. Ashgate now issues about 15-20 Aviation Psychology and related books per year and most books sell 400 - 1000 copies or more. The Aviation and Human Factors team has recently been expanded by the addition of Guy Loft, Commissioning Editor.
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