Professor Paul Salmon - University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia

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Professor Paul Salmon

PhD (Human Factors) Brun., MSc (Applied Ergonomics) Sund., BSc (Sports Science) Sund.

  • ARC Future Fellow
  • Director, Centre for Human Factors and Sociotechnical Systems
  • Professor of Human Factors
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ICG.78
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Sunshine Coast
Professor Paul Salmon

Paul Salmon is a Professor of Human Factors and Director and creator of the Centre for Human Factors and Sociotechnical Systems at USC. He currently holds an ARC Future Fellowship has almost 17 years experience of applied Human Factors research across a range of domains, including road and rail safety, defence, workplace safety, aviation, emergency management, cyber security and sport and outdoor education.

Paul's research has focused on understanding and optimizing human, team, organisational and system performance through the application of Human Factors theory and methods. He has co-authored 14 books, over 180 peer reviewed journal articles, and numerous book chapters and conference contributions. He has received many awards and accolades for his research, including awards from the Royal Aeronautical Society and the Chartered Institute for Ergonomics and Human Factors (CIEHF). In 2014 he was awarded the 2014 Vice Chancellor and Presidents Medal for research excellence and in 2016 he was awarded the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Australia's Cumming Memorial Medal for his research contribution.

Paul's current research interests include complexity and sociotechinical systems theory and safety, the development and application of accident prediction, analysis, and prevention methods, transport safety, the application of systems thinking in sport, and the use of Human Factors to tackle major societal issues such as terrorism, cyber security, and artificial intelligence.

Paul is also interested more generally in the development and extension of Human Factors theory and methods and the practical translation of Human Factors research across the safety critical domains. He currently leads ARC research programs in the areas of transport safety, cybersecurity, outdoor recreation, and accident analysis and prediction.

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Professional memberships

  • Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Australia
  • Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Europe Chapter
  • Australian Aviation Psychology Association

Awards

  • 2020, Paul Salmon is named as Australia's top researcher in the field of quality and reliability in The Australian's 2020 Research magazine.
  • 2019 UK Chartered Institute for Ergonomics and Human Factors William Floyd Award for outstanding and innovative contributions to ergonomics and human factors. Award recognises a single project or programme of work that has made a significant and innovative contribution to ergonomics and human factors to a product, system, organisation or workplace. Awarded in recognition of the ARC Linkage funded research program on railway level crossing safety (LP100200387)

  • 2019 Microsoft Award for Best Cybersecurity Paper, Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual meeting, awarded for the following paper: Salmon, P. M., et al. (2019). Breaking bad systems with Human Factors and Ergonomics: Using Work Domain Analysis to identify strategies to disrupt trading in dark net marketplaces. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, Seattle, November 2019

  • 2019 PROSE award finalist, award recognises “annually recognize the very best in professional and scholarly publishing by bringing attention to distinguished books, journals, and electronic content in 58 categories” (PROSE, 2019).
  • 2018 International Ergonomics Association award for research impacting practice. Awarded to Salmon and his team for the ARC funded Linkage UPLOADS research program (LP1101000387, LP150100287)

  • 2017 Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors Annual conference best paper award, for the paper 'Setting the Standard: A Systems Approach to the Design and Evaluation of Safety Standards'.
  • 2017 and 2016 USC Advance teaching awards ‘Advancing the Student Experience,’ for the Centre for Human Factors and Sociotechnical Systems PhD student program. Awarded to individual staff or teams who engage with students outside of the classroom or teaching environments to make an outstanding contribution that substantially improves their overall experience at USC.

  • 2016 Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Australia's Cumming Memorial Medal, Awarded for highly esteemed human factors and ergonomics-related research or application in a relevant area of human factors and ergonomics.
  • 2015, Vice Chancellor and President's Award for Excellence in Research, University of the Sunshine Coast.
  • 2014 Australian Aviation Psychology Conference Best paper award, Lenne, M. G., Salmon, P. M., Beanland, V., Stanton, N. A., (2014). The application of decision making paradigms to map real world decision making at rail level crossings.

  • 2013 Peter Vulcan Award for Best Research Paper, Australasian Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference 2013, Brisbane. Awarded to the paper ranked best against the following criteria: scientific/technical merit of the work, potential contribution to road safety, and originality of approach.

  • 2012, Best paper award, Australian Aviation Psychology Symposium, November 2012, for the following paper: Salmon, P. M., et al (2012). A Human Factors analysis of Kerang using systems and schema theory. In Proceedings of the Australian Aviation Psychology Symposium, Sydney, November 2012.

  • Scopus Young Australian Researcher of the Year Award Finalist (one of three), Humanities and Social Sciences, 2011. Award based on last two years of research output, and involves research impact and esteem measures using the objective Scopus database
  • The UK Ergonomics Society Presidents Medal Award, 2008. Presidents Medal honours institutions or organisational groups whose work has made a significant contribution to original research, the development of methodology, or application of knowledge within the field of ergonomics. Awarded to the Human Factors Integration-Defence Technology Centre research group
  • Royal Aeronautical Society 2007 Hodgson Prize for best research and paper. Awarded to research team comprising researchers from Brunel, Cranfield, Linkoping, and Limerick Universities for development of methodology to predict pilot errors during cockpit certification process
  • Monash Researcher Accelerator, January 2011. Accepted into the Monash University Research Accelerator scheme cohort of 70 leading researchers performing within the top 3% of the university (based on publications and national competitive grants)
  • Monash University Award for Excellence in Research by Early Career Researchers (Central Portfolios), August 2012
  • Monash University Accident Research Centre Early Career Researcher Award Winner, June 2009, Recognises research excellence by researchers within 10 years of the start of their research career

Potential research projects for HDR and Honours students

  • human factors and ergonomics
  • systems analysis and change
  • product design and evaluation
  • road safety
  • workplace safety
  • road user behaviour
  • accident causation and analysis
  • teamwork
  • disaster preparedness, response and recovery
  • human computer interaction
  • defence
  • complexity theory

Research grants

 

Project name Investigators Funding body Year Focus
NextGen Accident Prevention: a new theory and toolkit for safer systems Paul Salmon, Neville Stanton, Guy Walker,Patrick Waterson. Australian Research Council, Discovery.(A$387,756) 2018  
Optimising illicit dark net marketplace interventions. Paul Salmon, David Lacey, Adrian Cherney, Neville Stanton. Australian Research Council, Linkage (A$426,600) 2016  
From data to action:  A new process for developing injury countermeasures Paul Salmon (lead CI), Natassia Goode (CI), Caroline Finch, Clare Dallat, David Strickland, Brendan Smith, David Petherick Australian Research Council Linkage (A$746,000) 2015 This project aims to understand how reporting systems can improve workplace safety
Distributed situation awareness and road safety:  Development of theory, measures, guidelines and interventions Paul Salmon NHMRC Post doctoral Training Fellowship (A$290,032) 2010–2014  
A new complex systems approach to road trauma: Applying systems thinking to the fatal five Paul Salmon Australian Research Council,  Future Fellowship (A$850,000) 2015  
An innovative theory driven approach to enhancing situation awareness among road users in Australia Paul Salmon, Michael Lenne, Guy Walker Australian Research Council Discovery scheme (A$ 141,366) 2012–2015  
Understanding and preventing injury in the led outdoor activity domain:  A theory driven approach to injury surveillance and prevention Paul Salmon, Michael Lenne, Caroline Finch, Erin Cassell Australian Research Council Linkage scheme (A $ 319,000) 2012–2015  
Application of contemporary systems-based methods to reduce trauma at rail level crossings Michael Lenne, Paul Salmon, Neville Stanton, Tom Triggs Australian Research Council Linkage scheme (A$960,000) 2012–2015  
Strengthening safety culture in logistics operations Michael Lenne, Paul Salmon, Natassia Goode, Peter Hillard Air Express 2012  
The potential application of 'shared space' principles in the ACT to improve safety and amenity Jessica Edquist, Paul Salmon, Bruce Corben NRMA Road Safety Trust 2011  
Research into the implementation and road safety benefits of Pedestrian User Friendly Intelligent (PUFFIN) technology Paul Salmon, Jessica Edquist, Jennie Oxley NSW Centre for Road Safety 2011  
The effects of motion on battle management system performance Michael Lenne, Paul Salmon, Tom Triggs Defence Science Technology Organisation 2011  
Human performance using vehicle systems Michael Lenne, Tom Triggs, Paul Salmon Defence Science Technology Organisation 2010  
The nature of errors made by drivers Michael Lenne, Paul Salmon Austroads Road Safety Taskforce 2009–2010  
A human factors analysis of the critical decisions preceding safety compromising accidents and incidents Michael Lenne, Paul Salmon Bunnings Warehouse Ltd 2009–2010  
Human error and systems failures in fatal crashes in the ACT and NSW Michael Lenne, Paul Salmon, Michael Fitzharris NRMA Road Safety Trust 2008–2009  

Research areas

  • Human factors and ergonomics
  • Systems analysis and design
  • Sociotechnical systems
  • Situation awareness
  • Transportation safety (road, rail, aviation, maritime)
  • Sport
  • Workplace safety
  • Defence
  • Cybersecurity
  • Accident causation and analysis
  • Teamwork and distributed cognition
  • Disaster preparedness, response and recovery
  • Land Use Planning and Urban Design

Teaching areas

  • Human Factors
  • Ergonomics
  • Human Computer Interaction
  • Qualitative Research Methods

Books

  • Salmon, P. M., Read, G. J. M., Walker, G. H., Lenne, M. G., Stanton, N. A. (2018). Distributed Situation Awareness in Road Transport: Theory, Measurement, and Application to Intersection Design. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
  • Goode, N., Salmon, P. M., Lenne, M. G., Finch, C. (2018). Bridging the gap between accident prevention theory and practice: developing and implementing systems thinking incident reporting and learning systems, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
  • Stanton, N. A., Salmon, P. M., Walker, G. H. (2018). Systems thinking in practice: the event analysis of systemic teamwork. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
  • Stevens, N., Salmon, P. M., Walker, G. H., Stanton, N. A. (2018). Human Factors in Land Use Planning and Urban Design: Methods, Practical Guidance, and Applications. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
  • Walker, G. H., Stanton, N. A., Salmon, P. M. (2018). Vehicle Feedback and Driver Situation Awareness. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, USA
  • , G. J. M., Beanland, V., Lenne, M. G., Stanton, N. A., Salmon, P. M. (2017). Integrating Human Factors methods and systems thinking for transport analysis and design. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.
  • Walker, G. H., Stanton, N. A., Salmon, P. M. (2015). Human Factors in Automotive Engineering and Technology. Ashgate, Aldershot, UK.
  • Stanton, N. A., Salmon, P. M., Rafferty, L., Walker, G. H., Jenkins, D. P., Baber, C. (2013). Human factors methods: A practical guide for engineering and design. 2nd Edition, Ashgate, Aldershot, UK
  • Salmon, P. M., Stanton, N. A., Lenné, M. G., Jenkins, D. P., Rafferty, L., & Walker, G. H. (2011). Human factors methods and accident analysis: practical guidance and case study applications. Ashgate, Aldershot, UK.
  • Walker, G. H., Stanton, N. A., Salmon, P. M., & Jenkins, D. P. (2010). Sociotechnical systems. Ashgate, Aldershot, UK.
  • Stanton, N. A., Jenkins, D. P., Salmon, P. M., Walker, G. H., Rafferty, L., & Revell, K. (2010). Digitising command and control: a human factors and ergonomics analysis of mission planning and battlespace management. Ashgate, Aldershot, UK.
  • Stanton, N. A., Salmon, P. M., Walker, G. H., Jenkins, D. P. (2010). Human factors and the design and evaluation of central control room operations. Taylor & Francis, Boca Raton, USA. Due for release July 2009.
  • Salmon, P. M., Stanton, N. A., Gibbon, A. C., Jenkins, D. P., Walker, G. H. (2010). Human factors methods and sports science: a practical guide. Taylor & Francis, Boca Raton, USA.
  • Salmon, P. M., Stanton, N. A., Walker, G. H., & Jenkins, D. P. (2009). Distributed situation awareness: advances in theory, measurement and application to teamwork. Ashgate, Aldershot, UK.
  • Jenkins, D. P., Stanton, N. A., Salmon, P. M., & Walker, G. H. (2009). Cognitive work analysis: coping with complexity. Ashgate, Aldershot, UK.
  • Stanton, N. A., Salmon, P. M., Baber, C., Walker, G. (2005). Human factors methods: A practical guide for engineering and design. Ashgate, Aldershot, UK.

Read, G. J. M., Salmon, P. M., Thompson, R., McClure, R. (In Press). Simulating the behaviour of complex systems: Computational modelling in ergonomics. Ergonomics. 931-937 

Salmon, P. M., Read, G. J. M., Thompson, J., McLean, S., McClure, R. (2020). Computational modelling and systems ergonomics: a system dynamics model of drink driving-related trauma prevention. Ergonomics. 965-980 

Holman, M., Walker, G.H., Lansdown, T., Salmon, P. M., Read, G. J. M., Stanton, N. A. (In Press). The Binary Based Model (BBM) for Improved Human Factors Method Selection. Human Factors. Accepted for publication 3rd June 2020. 

Lane BR, Salmon PM, Desmond D, Cherney A, Carley A, Hulme A, Stanton NA. (2020). Out of Control? Using STAMP to model the control and feedback mechanisms surrounding identity crime in darknet marketplaces. Applied Ergonomics, 89 

McLean, S., Goode, N., Coventon, L., Finch, C., Clacy, A. Salmon, P. M. (2020). Applying a systems lens to injury incidents in the outdoors: evidence collected during 3-years of the Understanding and Preventing Led Outdoor Accidents Data System. Injury Prevention.

Salmon, P. M., Hulme, A., Walker, G.H., Berber, E., Waterson, P., Stanton, N. A. (2020). The big picture on accident causation: A review, synthesis and meta-analysis of AcciMap studies. Safety Science.126, 1-15.

Salmon, P. M. & McLean, S. (2020). Complexity in the beautiful game: implications for football research and practice. Science and Medicine in Football. 4:2, 162-167, DOI: 10.1080/24733938.2019.1699247

Lane, B., Read, G. J. M., Salmon, P. M. (2020). A Systems Thinking Perspective on the Barriers to Treatment Access for People with Eating Disorders. International Journal of Eating Disorders.53:2, 174-179

Newnam, S., Goode, N., Read, G. J. M., Salmon, P. M. (2020). Closing the research-practice gap in healthcare: The development and usability evaluation of a patient handling incident investigation toolkit. Safety Science. 129.

O’Brien, A., Read, G. J. M., Salmon, P. M. (2020). Situation Awareness in multi-agency emergency response: Models, methods and applications. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction.48, 1-11.

Berber, E., McLean, S., Read, G. J. M., Beanland, V., Salmon, P. M. (2020). Defining the attributes for specific playing positions in football match-play: A complex systems approach. Journal of Sports Sciences.

Pöllänen, E., Read, G. J. M., Lane, B. R., Thompson, J., & Salmon, P.M. (2020). Who is to blame for crashes involving autonomous vehicles? Exploring blame attribution across the road transport system. Ergonomics.63(5), pp. 525-537

Thoroman, B., Salmon, P. M., Goode, N. (In Press). An integrated approach to near miss analysis combining AcciMap and Network Analysis. Safety Science.

McLean, S., Salmon, P. M., Gorman, A., Solomon, C., Dodd, K. (In Press). The communication and passing contributions of playing positions in a professional football team. Human Movement Science.

Thompson, J. Read, G. J. M., Wijnands, J., Salmon, P. M. (2020). The perils of perfect performance; considering the effects of introducing autonomous vehicles on rates of car Vs cyclist conflict. Ergonomics. https://doi.org/10.1080/00140139.2020.1739326

Salmon, P. M., Read, G. J. M., Thompson, J., McLean, S., McClure, R. (2020). Computational modelling and systems ergonomics: a system dynamics model of drink driving-related trauma prevention. Ergonomics.

Thoroman, B . Salmon, P. Goode, N. (2020) Evaluation of construct and criterion-referenced validity of a systems-thinking based near miss reporting form. Ergonomics.

Thoroman, B. Salmon, P. Goode, N. (2020) Applying AcciMap to test the common cause hypothesis using aviation near misses. Applied Ergonomics. 

McLean,S. Salmon, P.M. Gorman,A. Dodd,K. Soloman,C.(2020). Integrating communication and passing networks in football using social network analysis. Science and Medicine in Football. https://doi.org/10.1080/24733938.2018.1478122

Hulme, A., McLean, S., Dallat, C., Walker, G. H., Waterson, P., Stanton, N. A., Salmon, P. M. (In Press). Systems thinking-based risk assessment methods applied to sports performance: A comparison of STPA, EAST-BL, and Net-HARMS in the context of elite women’s road cycling. Applied Ergonomics, Accepted for publication 26th October 2020.

Salmon, P. M., Read, J. M., Walker, G. H., Stevens, N. J., Hulme, A., McLean, S., Stanton, N. A. (In Press). Methodological issues in systems human factors and ergonomics: perspectives on the research-practice gap, reliability and validity, and prediction. Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing and Service Industries.

Donovon, S. L., Salmon, P. M., Lenne, M. G., Horberry, T. (In Press). All in a day’s work: towards improved understanding of safety leadership during regular safety-related tasks in mining. Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing and Service Industries.

Read, G. J. M., Salmon, P. M., Goode, N., van Mulken, M.. Lenné, M. G., Stevens, N. & Walker, G. H. (2020). Interaction-centred design: an end user evaluation of road intersection concepts developed using the Cognitive Work Analysis Design Toolkit (CWA-DT). Ergonomics, 63:10, 1221-1239

Wooley, M., Goode, N. A., Read, G. J. M., Salmon, P. M. (2020). Who is a responsible for construction safety in Australia: a STAMP analysis. Safety Science, 132, 104984

Newnam, S., Goode, N., Read, G. J. M., Salmon, P. M. (2020). Improving the safety of workers in healthcare: The development and usability evaluation of a patient handling incident investigation toolkit. Safety Science. 129.

Lamb, J. S., Walker, G. H., Fisher, V., Hulme, A., Salmon, P. M. & Stanton, N. A. (2020). Should we pass on minimum passing distance laws for cyclists?  Comparing a tactical enforcement option and minimum passing distance laws using signal detection theory.  Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 70, 275-289.

Salmon, P. M., Read, G. J. M., Stevens, N. A., Walker, G. H., Beanland, V., McClure, R., Hughes, B.., Johnston, I., Stanton, N. A. (2019). Using the abstraction hierarchy to identify how the purpose and structure of road transport systems contributes to road trauma. Transportation Research Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Vol 3.

Hulme,A. McLean,S. Read,G. Dallat,C. Bedford,A. Salmon, P.2019 Sports Organization as Complex Systems: Using Cognitive Work Analysis to Identify the Factors Influencing Performance in an Elite Netball Organization. Frontiers in Sports and Active Living.doi.org/10.3389/fspor.2019.00056

Beanland, V. Wynne, R. 2019. Effects of roadside memorials on drivers’ risk perception and eye movements. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implication. doi.org/10.1186/s41235-019-0184-1

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

Salmon, P. M., Read, G. J. M. (2019). Many-model thinking in systems ergonomics: a case study in road safety. Ergonomics, 62:5, 612-628

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.

Wynne, R. A., Beanland, V., Salmon, P. M. (2019). Systematic review of driving simulator validation studies. Safety Science, 117, 138-151.

Gunson, H., Beanland, V., Salmon, P. M. (2019). Road-related anger in motorcyclists versus car drivers. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 62, 327-338.

Grant, E., Stevens, N., Salmon, P.M. (2019). The Usual Suspects? A novel extension to AcciMap using accident causation model tenets. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, 20:4, 397-418

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.

Thoroman, B., Goode, N., Salmon, P. M., Wooley, M. (2019). What went right? An analysis of the protective factors in aviation close calls. Ergonomics, 62:2, 192-203

McLean, S., Solomon, C., Gorman, A., Salmon, P. M. (2019). Integrating communication and passing networks in football using social network analysis. Science and Medicine in Football, 3:1, 29-35.

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.

Salmon, P. M., Macquet, A. C. (2019). Ergonomics in Sport and Outdoor Recreation: From individuals and their equipment to complex systems and their frailties. Applied 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.

McLean, S., Salmon, P. M. (2019). The weakest link: A novel use of social network analysis for the broken passing links in football. Science and Medicine in Football, 3:3, 255-258.

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.

Carden, T. Goode, N. and Salmon, PM. (2019) Not as Simple as it Looks: Led Outdoor Activities are Complex Sociotechnical Systems. Journal Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, 318-337.

Carden, T., Goode, N. and Salmon, P.M. (2019). Accounting for memes in sociotechnical systems: extending the abstraction hierarchy to consider cognitive objects. Journal of Ergonomics, 849-863.

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.

Hulme A, Stanton N.A, Walker G.H,  Waterson P, 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 2019. Safety Science. 164-183.

McLean, S., Salmon, P. M., Gorman, A. D., Wickham, J. Berber, E. Solomon, C. (In Press). The effect of formation on the passing network characteristics of professional football teams. Human Movement.

Hulme, A., McLean, S., Salmon, P. M., Thompson, J., Lane, B. R., Nielsen, R. O. (In Press). Computational methods for modelling complex systems in sports injury research: Agent-Based Modelling (ABM) and Systems Dynamics (SD) modelling. Sports Medicine.

Hulme, A., Thompson, J., Read G. J. M., Nielsen R. O., Salmon P. M. (2018). Computational modelling for sports injury prevention research: Proposing a new simulation paradigm. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 21(S1), S20.

Nielsen, R. O., Bertelsen, M. L., Ramskov, D., Møller, M., Hulme, A., Theisen, D., Finch, C. F., Fortington, L. V., Mansournia, M. A., Parner, E. T. (In Press). Time-to-event analysis in sports injury research part 1: Time-varying exposures. British Journal of Sports Medicine.

Bueno, A. M., Pilgaard, M., Hulme, A., Forsberg, P., Ramskov, D., Damsted, C., Nielsen, R. O. (2018) Injury prevalence across sports: A descriptive analysis on a representative sample of the Danish population. Injury Epidemiology, 5(1), 6.

Beanland, V., Grant, E., Read, G. J. M., Stevens, N., Thomas, M., Lenné, M. G., Stanton, N. A., & Salmon, P. M. (2018). Challenging conventional rural rail level crossing design: Evaluating three new systems thinking-based designs in a driving simulator. Safety Science, 110B, 100-114.

Read, G. J. M., Salmon, P. M., Lenne, M. G., Goode, N. A. (2018). A sociotechnical design toolkit for bridging the gap between systems-based analyses and system design. Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing and Service Industries, 28, 327-341.

Wooley, M., Goode, N., Read, G. J. M., Salmon, P M. (2018). Moving beyond the organisational ceiling: Do construction accident investigations align with systems thinking? Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing and Service Industries, 28, 297-308.

Pattorniti, N., Stevens, N., Salmon, P. M. (2018). A sociotechnical systems approach to understand complex urban systems: A global transdisciplinary perspective. Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing & Service Industries, 28, 281-296.

Salmon, P. M., & Read, G. J. M. (2018). Using principles from the past to solve the problems of the future: human factors and sociotechnical systems thinking in the design of future work. Human Factors and Ergonomics in the Manufacturing and Service Industries, 28, 277-280.

Dallat, C., Salmon, P. M., & Goode, N. (2018). Identifying risks and emergent risks across sociotechnical systems: The NETworked Hazard Analysis and Risk Management System (NET-HARMS). Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, 19(4), 456-482.

Young, K. L., Lenne, M. G., Salmon, P. M., & Stanton, N. A. (2018). The impact of texting on driver behaviour at rail level crossings. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 118, 269-276.

McLean, S., Solomon, C., Gorman, A., Salmon, P. M. (In Press). Integrating communication and passing networks in football using social network analysis. Science and Medicine in Football. Accepted for publication 16th May 2018.

Hulme A, Thompson J, Nielsen R. O., Read G. J. M., Salmon P. M. (In Press). Towards a complex systems approach in sports injury research: simulating running-related injury development with agent-based modelling. British Journal of Sports Medicine.

Hulme, A., McLean, S., Clacy, A., Plant, K., Thompson, J., Read, G. J. M., Salmon, P. M. (In Press). Applying systems ergonomics methods in sport: A systematic review. Applied Ergonomics, Accepted for publication 3rd April 2018.

Salmon, P. M., Read, G. J. M., Walker, G. H., Goode, N., Grant, E., Dallat, C., Carden, T., Naweed, A., Stanton, N. A. (2018). STAMP goes EAST: integrating systems ergonomics methods for the analysis of railway level crossing safety management. Safety Science, 110B, 31-46.

Dallat, C., Salmon, P. M., Goode, N. (2018). She’ll be right”. Or Will She? Practitioner perspectives on risk assessment for led outdoor activities in Australia. Journal of Adventure Education & Outdoor Learning, 18:2, 115-131.

Scott-Parker, B., Curran, M., Rune, K., Lord, W., Lord, W., Salmon, P. M. (2018). Situation awareness in young novice ambulance drivers: So much more than driving. Safety Science, 102, 45-58.

Watson, J., Salmon, P. M., Lacey, D., Kerr, D. (2018). Continuance in Online Participation following the Compromise of Older Adults’ Identity Information: A Literature Review. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science.

Read, G. J. M., Stevens, E. L., Lenne, M. G., Stanton, N. A., Walker, G. H., Salmon, P. M. (2018). Walking the talk: Comparing pedestrian ‘activity as imagined’ with ‘activity as done’. Accident Analysis and Prevention. 113, 74-84.

Grant, E., Salmon, P. M., Stevens, N. J., Goode, N., Read, G. J. M. (2018). Back to the future: What do accident causation models tell us about accident prediction? Safety Science, 104, 99-109.

McLean, S., Salmon, P. M., Gorman, A. D., Stevens, N. J., Solomon, C. (2018). A social network analysis of the goal scoring passing networks of the 2016 European Football Championships. Human Movement Science, 57, 400-408.

Neville, T., Read, G. J. M., Salmon, P. M. (2018). Radio Gaga? Intra-team communication of Australian Rules Football umpires – effect of radio communication on content, structure and frequency. Ergonomics, 61(2), 313-328.

Trotter, M., Salmon, P. M., Goode, N., Lenne, M. G. (2018). Distributed Improvisation: A systems perspective of improvisation ‘epics’ by led outdoor activity leaders. Ergonomics, 61(2), 295-312.

Donovan, S-L., Salmon, P. M., Horberry, T., Lenne, M. G. (2018). Ending on a positive: examining the role of safety leadership decisions, behaviours and actions in a safety critical situation. Applied Ergonomics, 66. 139-150.

Thoroman,B. Goode,N and Salmon,PM. (2018) System thinking applied to near misses: a review of industry-wide near miss reporting system. Journal Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, 712-737.

Thoroman,B. Goode,N and Salmon,PM. (2017) What went right? An analysis of the protective factors in aviation near misses. Journal Ergonomics, 192-203.

Carden, T., Goode, N., Salmon, P. M. (2017). Not as simple as it looks: Led outdoor activities are complex sociotechnical systems. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, 18, 318-337.

Dallat, C., Salmon, P. M., Goode, N. (In Press). Risky systems versus Risky people: To what extent do risk assessment methods consider the systems approach to accident causation? A review of the literature. Safety Science, accepted for publication March 2017.

Donovan, S-L., Salmon, P. M., Lenne, M. G., Horberry, T. (2017). Safety leadership and systems thinking: application and evaluation of a risk management framework in the mining industry. Ergonomics, 60, 1336-1350.

Stanton, N. A., Salmon, P. M, Walker, G. H., Salas, E., Hancock, P. (2017). State-of-the-science: Situation Awareness Models. Ergonomics, 60:4, 449-466

McLean, S., Salmon, P. M., Gorman, A. D., Naughton, M., Soloman, C. (2017). Do inter-continental playing styles exist? Using social network analysis to compare goals from the 2016 EURO and COPA football tournaments. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, 18, 370-383.

Newnam, S., Goode, N., Salmon, P. M., Stevenson, M. (2017). Reforming the road freight transportation system? An investigation of Coronial inquests in Australia. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 101, 28-36.

Hulme, A. Salmon, P.M, Nielsen, R.O, Read, G. J. M, Finch, C.F. (2017). Closing Pandora’s Box: Adapting a systems ergonomics methodology for better understanding the ecological complexity underpinning the development and prevention of running-related injury. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, 18:4, 338-359.

Carden, T., Read, G., Goode, N., Salmon, P. M. (In Press). Sociotechnical systems as a framework for regulatory system design and evaluation: Using work domain analysis to examine a new regulatory system. Applied Ergonomics, Accepted for publication December 2016.

Clacy, A., Goode, N., Sharman, A., Lovell, G., Salmon, P. M. (2017). A knock to the system: A new sociotechnical systems approach to sport-related concussion. Journal of Sports Sciences, 35, 2232-2239.

Neville, T., Salmon, P. M., Read, G. J. M. (2017). Analysis of In-Game Communication as an Indicator of Recognition Primed Decision Making in Elite Australian Rules Football Umpires. Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making, 11:1, 81-96

Salmon, P. M., Goode, N. A., Spiertz, A., Thomas, M., Grant, E., Clacy, A. (2017). Is it really good to talk? Testing the impact of providing concurrent verbal protocols on driving performance. Ergonomics, 60, 720-779.

Mclean, S., Soloman, C., Gorman, A., Salmon, P. M. (2017). What’s in a game? A systems approach to enhancing performance analysis in football. Plos One, 1-15.

Goode, N., Salmon, P. M., Spencer, C. McArdle, D., & Archer, F. (2017). Defining disaster resilience: comparisons from key stakeholders involved in emergency management in Victoria, Australia. Disasters, 41:1, 171-193.

Salmon, P. M., Walker, G. H., Read, G. J. M., Goode, N. & Stanton, N. A. (2017). Fitting methods to paradigms: are ergonomics methods fit for systems thinking? Ergonomics, 60:2, 194-205.

Stanton, N. A., Salmon, P. M., Walker, G. H. (2017). Editorial New paradigms in ergonomics, Ergonomics, 60:2, 151-156

Walker, G. H., Salmon, P. M., Bedinger, M., Stanton, N. A. (2017). Quantum ergonomics: shifting the paradigm of the systems agenda. Ergonomics, 60:2, 157-166

Neville, T. J., Salmon, P. M., Read, G. J. M., Kalloniatis, A., C. (2017). 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.

Waterson, P.E., Jenkins, D.P., Salmon, P.M. and Underwood, P. (2017). ‘Remixing Rasmussen’: The evolution of Accimaps within systemic accident analysis. Applied Ergonomics, 59:B, 489-503.

Salmon, P. M., Goode, N., Taylor, N., Dallat, C., Finch, C., Lenne, M. G. (2017). Rasmussen’s legacy in the great outdoors: a new incident reporting and learning system for led outdoor activities. Applied Ergonomics, 59:B, 637-648

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.

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.

Salmon, P. M., Lenne, M. G.,Walker, G. H., Stanton, N. A., Filtness, A. (2014). Using the Event Analysis of Systemic Teamwork (EAST) to explore conflicts between different road user groups when making right hand turns at urban intersections. Ergonomics, 57, 11, 1628-1642

Singh-Peterson, L., Salmon, P. M., Goode, N., Gallina, J. (2014). Translation and evaluation of the baseline resilience Indicators for Communities on the sunshine coast, Queensland Australia. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, Volume 10, Part A, December 2014, Pages 116-126

Stevens, N., Salmon, P. M. (2014). Safe places for pedestrians: using cognitive work analysis to consider the relationships between the engineering and urban design of footpaths. Accident Analysis and Prevention, Volume 72, 257-266

Cornelissen, M., Salmon, P. M., McClure, R., Stanton, N. A. (2014). Validating the Strategies Analysis Diagram: Assessing the reliability and validity of a formative method. Applied Ergonomics. 1484-1494

Salmon, P.M., Goode, N., Archer, F.L., Spencer, C., McArdle, D. & McClure, R.J. (2014). A systems approach to understanding and enhancing disaster response: an Accimap analysis of bushfire response activities, Safety Science. 70, pp. 114–122

Goode, N., Salmon, P.M., Lenne, M. G. (2014). Assessing the effects of motion on touch screen Battle Management System operation: a comparison of on-road and simulation study data. Journal of Battlefield Technology. 17:2, 1-8.

Goode, N. Salmon, P. M., Lenne, M. G., Hillard, P. (2014). Systems thinking applied to freight handling operations. Accident analysis and prevention. 68, July 2014, pp. 181-191

Salmon, P. M., Lenne, M. G.,Walker, G. H., Stanton, N. A., Filtness, A. (2014). Exploring schema-driven differences in situation awareness across road users: an on-road study of driver, cyclist and motorcyclist situation awareness. Ergonomics, 57:2, pp. 191-209

Walker, G. H., Stanton, N. A., Salmon, P. M., Jenkins, D. P. (2014). Human Performance Under Two Different Command and Control Paradigms. Applied Ergonomics, 3, pp.706-713

Salmon, P.M., Goode, N., Lenné, M. G., Cassell, E., Finch, C. (2014). Injury causation in the great outdoors: a systems analysis of led outdoor activity injury incidents. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 63, pp. 111 – 120.

Trotter, M., Salmon, P. M., Lenne, M. G. (2014). Safety-related improvisation in led outdoor activities: An exploratory investigation into its occurrence and influencing factors. Australian Journal of Outdoor Education. Accepted for publication January 16th 2014.

Goode, N., Cassell, E., Finch, C., Lenne, M. G., Salmon, P. M. (2014). Required characteristics of an incident reporting system for the Australian led outdoor activity industry. Australian Journal of Outdoor Education.

Salmon, P. M., Lenne, M. G., Walker, G. H., Filtness, A. (2013). Investigating the factors influencing cyclist behaviour and awareness: an on-road study of cyclist situation awareness. The Journal of the Australian College of Road Safety, 24 :4, pp. 7-14.

Salmon, P. M., Lenné, M. G., Young, K. L., & Walker, G. H. (2013). A network analysis-based comparison of novice and experienced driver situation awareness at rail level crossings. Accident Analysis and Prevention. Vol 58, pp. 195-205

Cornelissen, M., Salmon, P. M., Jenkins, D. P., Lenne, M. G. (2013). A structured approach to the Strategies Analysis phase of Cognitive Work Analysis. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, 14:6, pp. 546-564.

Cornelissen, M., & Salmon, P. M. (2013). Same but different? Understanding road user behaviour at intersections using cognitive work analysis. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, 14:6, pp. 592-615

Young, K.L., Salmon, P. M., & Lenne, M. G. (2013). At the Cross-Roads: An On-Road Examination of Driver Errors at Intersections. Accident Analysis and Prevention. Vol 58, pp. 226-234

Read, G., Salmon, P. M., Lenne, M. G. (2013). Sounding the warning bells: the need for a systems approach to rail level crossing safety. Applied Ergonomics. 44, pp. 764-774.

Young, K.L., Salmon, P. M., & Cornelissen, M. (2013). Distraction-induced driving error: an on-road examination of the errors made by distracted and undistracted drivers. Accident Analysis and Prevention, Vol 58, pp. 218-225

Cornelissen, M., Salmon, P. M., McClure, R. & Stanton, N. A. (2013): Using cognitive work analysis and the strategies analysis diagram to understand variability in road user behaviour at intersections, Ergonomics, 56:5, pp. 764-78

Trotter, M., Salmon, P. M., Lenne, M. G. (2013). Improvisation in complex sociotechnical systems – A systems phenomenon? Journal of Battlefield Technology. 16:2, Article ID: 16-2-3

Salmon, P. M. & Stanton, N. A. (2013). Situation awareness and safety: contribution or confusion? Guest editorial for special issue on situation awareness and safety. Safety Science, 56, pp. 1-5.

Salmon, P. M. Young, K. L., Cornelissen, M. (2013). Compatible cognition amongst road users: the compatibility of driver, motorcyclist, and cyclist situation awareness. Safety Science, 56, pp. 6-17.

Young, K.L., Salmon, P. M., & Cornelissen, M. (2013). Missing Links? The Effects of Distraction on Driver Situation Awareness. Safety Science. 56, pp. 36-43

Trotter, M., Salmon, P. M., Lenne, M. G. (2013). Improvisation: Theory, measures, and known influencing factors. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science. I-First.

Goode, N., Lenne, M. G., Salmon, P. M. (2013). Simulator-based driver and vehicle crew training: applications, efficacy and future directions. Applied Ergonomics, 44:3, pp. 435-444

Salmon, P. M., Read, G., Stanton, N. A, Lenné, M. G. (2013). The Crash at Kerang: Investigating systemic and psychological factors leading to unintentional non-compliance at rail level crossings. Accident Analysis and Prevention. 50, pp. 1278-1288.

Beanland, V., Goode, N., Salmon, P. M., Lenne, M. G. (2013). Is there a case for driver training? A review of the efficacy of pre- and post-licence driver training. Safety Science. 51:1, pp. 127-137.

 

Professor Paul Salmon's specialist areas of knowledge include applied human factors research across a range of safety critical domains, including road safety, defence, workplace safety, aviation, emergency management, rail transport and outdoor education.

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