Hulme, A., Stanton, N. A., Waterson, P., Walker, G. H., Salmon, P. M. (2019). What do applications of systems thinking accident analysis methods tell us about accident causation? A systematic review of applications between 1990 and 2018. Safety Science, 117, 164-183
Stanton, N. A., Salmon, P. M., Walker, G., Stanton, M. (2019). Models and Methods for Collision Analysis: A Comparison Study based on the Uber collision with a pedestrian. Safety Science. 120, 117- 128.
Woolley, M. J., Goode, N., Read, G. J. M., & Salmon, P. M. (2019) Have we reached the organisational ceiling? a review of applied accident causation models, methods and contributing factors in construction, Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science
McLean, S., Salmon, P. M., Hulme, A., Read, G. J. M., Bedford, A. (2019). A systems approach to performance analysis in women’s netball: Using Work Domain Analysis to model elite netball performance. Frontiers in Psychology.
Read, G. J. M., Naweed, A., Salmon, P. M. (2019). Complexity on the rails: A systems-based approach to understanding safety management in rail transport. Reliability Engineering and System Safety, 188, 352-365.
Clacy, A., Goode, N. A., Sharman, R., Lovell, G., Salmon, P. M. (2019). A systems thinking approach to understanding the identification and treatment of sport-related concussion in community rugby union. Applied Ergonomics, Special issue on ergonomics applications in sport.
Hulme, A., McLean, S., Clacy, A., Plant, K., Thompson, J., Read, G. J. M., Salmon, P. M. (2019). Applying systems ergonomics methods in sport: A systematic review. Applied Ergonomics, Accepted for publication 3rd April 2018.
Salmon, P. M. (2019). The horse has bolted! Why Human Factors and Ergonomics has to catch up with autonomous vehicles (and other advanced forms of automation). Invited Commentary on Hancock (2018) “Some Pitfalls in the Promises of Automated and Autonomous Vehicles. Ergonomics, 62:4, 502-504.
Ben-Bassat, T., Dewar, R., Sinclair, M., Almqvist, R.., Shinar, D., Zakowska, L., Lehtonen, E., Salmon, P. M., Liberman, G., Caird, J. (2019). Expert Evaluation of Traffic Signs: Conventional vs. Alternative Designs. Ergonomics, 62:6, 734-747.
Carden, T., Read, G., Goode, N., Salmon, P. M. (2019). Sociotechnical systems as a framework for regulatory system design and evaluation: using work domain analysis to examine a new regulatory system. Applied Ergonomics, 80, 272-280
Lane, B. R., Salmon, P. M., Cherney, A., Lacey, D., & Stanton, N. A. (2019). Using the Event Analysis of Systemic Teamwork (EAST) broken-links approach to understand vulnerabilities to disruption in a darknet market. Ergonomics.
Goode, N., Newnam, S., Salmon, P. M. (2019). Musculoskeletal disorders in the workplace: development of a systems thinking-based prototype classification scheme to better understand the risks. Safety Science, 120, 146-156.
Desmond, D., Salmon, P. M., Lacey, D. (2019). Evaluating cryptocurrency laundering as a complex socio-technical system: A systematic literature review. Journal of Money Laundering Control. Accepted for publication 14th November 2018.
Olugbenga, S., Walker, G. H., Salmon, P. M., Filtness, A., Stevens, N., Mulvihill, C., Payne, S. Stanton, N. A. (2019). Riding the emotional roller-coaster: Using the circumplex model of affect to model motorcycle riders’ emotional state-changes at intersections. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 66, 139-150
Finch, C. F., Goode, N., Shaw, L., Salmon, P. M. (2019). End-user experiences with two incident and injury reporting systems designed for led outdoor activities – challenges for implementation of future data systems. Injury Epidemiology, 6:39, 1-8.
Read, G. Beanland, V. Stanton, N. Grant, E. Stevens, N. Lenne, M. Thomas, M. Walker, G. Salmon, P. From interfaces to infrastructure: Extending ecological interface design to re-design rail level crossings. Extending ecological interface design to re-design rail level crossings.Cognition, Technology & Work. July 2019.
Salmon, P. M., Read, G. J. M., Beanland, V., Thompson, J., Filtness, A., Hulme, A., McClure, R., Johnston, I. (2019). Bad behaviour or societal failure? Perceptions of the factors contributing to drivers’ engagement in the fatal five driving behaviours. Applied Ergonomics, 74, 162-171.
Goode, N., Newnam, S., van Mulken, M. R H., Dekker, S. & Salmon, P.M. (2019). Investigating work-related musculoskeletal disorders: strengths and weaknesses of current practices in large Australian organisations. Safety Science, 112, 105-115.