Publications 2015

Books

Walker, G. H., Stanton, N. A., Salmon, P. M. (2015). Human Factors in Automotive Engineering and Technology. Ashgate, Aldershot, UK.

Peer reviewed journal articles

Neville, T., Salmon, P. M., Read, G. J. M., Kollinitas, A. (In Press). Play on or call a foul? Testing and Extending Distributed Situation Awareness Theory through Sports Officiating. Theoretical issues in ergonomics science. Accepted for publication 30th September 2015.

Salmon, P. M., Walker, G. H., Stanton, N. A. (In Press). Pilot error versus sociotechnical systems failure? A distributed situation awareness analysis of Air France 447. Theoretical issues in ergonomics science. Accepted for publication 30th September 2015.

Neville, T., Salmon, P. M. (In Press). Never blame the umpire? A review of situation awareness models and methods for examining the performance of officials in sport. Ergonomics. Accepted for publication 8th September 2015

Salmon, P. M., Walker, G. H., Stanton, N. A., Goode, N., Read, G. (In Press). Fitting methods to paradigms: are ergonomics methods fit for systems thinking? Ergonomics, Accepted for publication 8th September 2015

Beanland, V., Lenne, M. G., Salmon, P. M., Stanton, N. A. (In Press). Variability in decision-making and critical cue use by different road users at rail level crossings. Ergonomics, accepted for publication 1st September 2015

Walker, G. H., Stanton, N. A., Salmon, P. M. (In Press). Trust in Vehicle Technology. International Journal of Vehicle Design. Accepted for publication 16th August 2015.

Read, G. J. M., Salmon, P. M., Lenne, M. G. & Stanton, N. A. (In Press). Walking the line: Understanding pedestrian behaviour and risk at rail level crossings. Applied Ergonomics. Accepted for publication 30th July 2015.

Salmon, P. M., Goode, N., Taylor, N., Dallat, C., Finch, C., Lenne, M. G. (In Press). Rasmussen’s legacy in the great outdoors: a new incident reporting and learning system for led outdoor activities. Applied Ergonomics. Accepted for publication 14th July 2015

Salmon, P. M., Lenne, M. G., Mulvihill, C., Young, K., Cornelissen, M., Walker, G. H., Stanton, N. A. (In Press). More than meets the eye: using cognitive work analysis to identify design requirements for safer rail level crossing systems. Applied Ergonomics.

Goode, N., Salmon, P.M, Lenne, M. G., Finch, C. (In Press). The UPLOADS Project: Development of Australian National Incident Dataset for Led Outdoor Activities. Wilderness & Environmental Medicine, Accepted for publication 1st May 2015.

Goode, N., Salmon, P.M, Spencer, C. McArdle, D., & Archer, F. (In Press). How would you define disaster resilience? A comparison of definitions from key stakeholders involved in emergency management in Victoria. Disasters, Accepted for publication 30th October 2014

Read, G., Salmon, P. M, Lenne, M. G., Jenkins, D. P. (2015). Designing a ticket to ride with the Cognitive Work Analysis Design Toolkit. Ergonomics, 58:8,  1266-1286

Goode, N., Spencer, C., McArdle, D., Archer, F., Salmon, P.M., et al. (2015). Characteristics of a disaster resilient Victoria: consensus from those involved in emergency management activities. Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 30:3, 42-47.

Read, G. J. M., Salmon, P. M., Lenné, M. G., Stanton, N. A. (2015). Designing sociotechnical systems with cognitive work analysis: Putting theory back into practice. Ergonomics, 58:5, 822-851.

Singh-Peterson, L., Salmon, P. M, Baldwin, C., & Goode, N. (2015). Deconstructing the concept of shared responsibility for disaster resilience: a Sunshine Coast case study, Australia. Natural Hazards, 1-20.

Salmon, P. M., Walker, G. H., Stanton, N. A. (2015). Broken components versus broken systems: Why it is systems not people that lose situation awareness. Cognition, Technology and Work. 17, 179–183

McClure, R. J., Adriazola-Steil, C., Mulvihill, C., Fitzharris, M., Bonnington, P., Salmon, P. M., Stevenson, M. (2015). Simulating the dynamic effect of land use and transport policies on the development and health of populations. American Journal of Public Health. 105, S2, 223-229.

Young, K. L., Lenne, M. G., Beanland, V., Salmon, P. M., Stanton, N. A. (2015). Where do novice and experienced drivers direct their attention on approach to urban rail level crossings? Accident Analysis and Prevention, Volume 77, 1-11

Read, G., Salmon, P. M., Lenne, M. G. (2015). Cognitive work analysis and design: Current practice and future practitioner requirements. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, 16:2, 154-173

Stanton, N. A., Salmon, P. M., Walker, G. H. (2015). Let the reader decide. A paradigm shift for situation awareness in socio-technical systems. Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision making, 9:1, 45-50.

Salmon, P. M., Lenne, M. G. (2015). Miles away or just around the corner: systems thinking in road safety research and practice. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 74, 243-249.

Stevens, N., Salmon, P. M. (2015). Safe places for pedestrians: using cognitive work analysis to consider the relationships between the engineering and urban design of footpaths. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 74, 339-349

Cornelissen, M., Salmon, P. M., McClure, R., Stanton, N. A. (2015). Assessing the ‘system’ in safe systems-based road designs: using cognitive work analysis to evaluate intersection designs. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 74, 324-338.

Scott-Parker, B., Goode, N. Salmon, P. M. (2015). The driver, the road, the rules…….and the rest? A systems approach to young driver safety. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 74, 297-305

Young, K. L., Salmon, P. M. (2015). Sharing the responsibility for driver distraction across road transport systems: A systems approach to the management of distracted driving. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 74, 350-359.

Singh-Peterson, L., Salmon, P. M., Goode, N., Gallina, J. (2015). An assessment of community disaster resilience for small, high risk communities on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland. Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 30:1, 35-40.

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