Publications 2016

English, P., Salmon, P. M. (2016). New laws, road wars, courtesy and animosity: cycling safety in Queensland newspapers. Safety Science, 89, 256-262

Salmon, P. M. (2016). Bridging the gap between research and practice in ergonomics methods: Methodological Issues in Ergonomics Science Part II. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science. Volume 17: 5-6, 459 – 467

Beanland, V., Lenne, M. G., Salmon, P. M., Stanton, N. A. (2016). Variability in decision-making and critical cue use by different road users at rail level crossings. Ergonomics, 7, 1-13

Read, G., Salmon, P. M., Lenne, G. (2016). When paradigms collide at road and rail interface. Ergonomics, 59:9, 1135-1157

Salmon, P. M. (2016). Bigger, Bolder, Better? Methodological Issues in Ergonomics Science. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, 17:4, 337-344.

Scott-Parker, B., Goode, N., Salmon, P. M., Senserrick, T. (2016). Knowing me knowing you: key players and their interactions within the young driver road safety system. Safety Science. Volume 88, 88–96

Goode, N., Salmon, P.M., Taylor, N.Z., Lenné, M.G. & Finch, C.F. (2016). Lost in translation: the validity of a systemic accident analysis method embedded in an incident reporting software tool. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, 17:5-6, 483-506

Read, G. J. M., Salmon, P. M., Lenne, M. G., Mulvihill, C., Young, K. L. (2016). The application of prompt questions to support systems thinking in sociotechnical analysis and design: A demonstration in rail level crossing design. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, 17:4, 354 – 375.

Stevens, N. (2016). Sociotechnical urbanism: new systems ergonomics perspectives on land use planning and design. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, 17:4, 443 – 451.

Donovan, S. L., Salmon, P. M., Lenne, M. G. (2016). Leading with style: A literature review of the influence of safety leadership style on performance and outcomes. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, 17:4, 423 – 442

Walker, G. H., Salmon, P. M., Stanton, N. A. (2016). What the death star can tell us about ergonomics methods. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, 17:4, 402 – 422.

Neville, T., Salmon, P. M. (2016). Never blame the umpire? A review of situation awareness models and methods for examining the performance of officials in sport. Ergonomics, 59:7, 962-975

Goode, N., Salmon, P.M, Lenne, M. G., Finch, C. (2016). The UPLOADS Project: Challenges in implementing an Australia-wide incident reporting system for led outdoor activity providers. Wilderness & Environmental Medicine, Volume 26, Issue 4, December 2015, Pages 574-576

Mulvihill, C., Salmon, P. M., Beanland, V., Lenne, M. G., Read, G. J. M., Walker, G. H., Stanton, N. A. (2016). Using the decision ladder to understand road user decision making at actively controlled rail level crossings. Applied Ergonomics. Volume 56, September 2016, Pages 1–10

Stevens, N.J., Salmon, P.M. (2016). Sand, sun and sideways: a systems analysis of beach driving. Safety Science. Volume 85, June 2016, Pages 152–162

Walker, G. H., Stanton, N. A., Salmon, P. M. (2016). Trust in Vehicle Technology. International Journal of Vehicle Design. 70:2

Salmon, P. M., Walker, G. H., Stanton, N. A. (2016). Pilot error versus sociotechnical systems failure? A distributed situation awareness analysis of Air France 447. Theoretical issues in ergonomics science, 17:1, 64-79

Neville, T., Salmon, P. M., Read, G. J. M., Kollinitas, A. (2016). Play on or call a foul? Testing and Extending Distributed Situation Awareness Theory through Sports Officiating. Theoretical issues in ergonomics science, 17:1,80-103.

Salmon, P. M., Lenne, M. G., Mulvihill, C., Young, K., Cornelissen, M., Walker, G. H., Stanton, N. A. (2016). More than meets the eye: using cognitive work analysis to identify design requirements for safer rail level crossing systems. Applied Ergonomics. Volume 53, Part B, March 2016, Pages 312-322

Read, G. J. M., Salmon, P. M., Lenne, M. G. & Stanton, N. A. (2016). Walking the line: Understanding pedestrian behaviour and risk at rail level crossings. Applied Ergonomics, 53:A, 209-227.