Bold is used to denote UNSW Aviation affiliation or current UNSW Aviation staff member.

2017

  • Lau PL; Koo TTR; Dwyer L, 2017, 'Metrics to measure the geographic characteristics of tourism markets: An integrated approach based on Gini index decomposition', Tourism Management, vol. 59, pp. 171 - 181.

2016

  • Molesworth, B. R. C., Burgess, M., & Zhou, A. (in press). The Effects of Noise on Key Workplace Skills. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. Accepted 14 August 2015.
  • Mitchell RJ; Williamson A; Molesworth B, 2016, 'Application of a human factors classification framework for patient safety to identify precursor and contributing factors to adverse clinical incidents in hospital', Applied Ergonomics, vol. 52, pp. 185 - 195.
  • Senserrick T; McRae D; Wallace P; de Rome L; Rees P; Williamson A, 2016, Development of Victoria’s new motorcycle licence tests and motorcycle learner stage Check Rides program, Transport and Road Safety Research Centre, UNSW Sydney, Contract No. 8972: Stage 4, 5, 6 and Contract No. 8972: Stage 5, 6, 7 deliverables
  • Senserrick T; McRae D; Wallace P; de Rome L; Rees P; Williamson A, 2016, Development of education and assessment components of Victoria’s new motorcyclist graduated licensing system: Summary report, VicRoads, Final deliverables Contract No. 8651, 8972, 9053
  • Hatfield J; Senserrick T; Boufous S; Mooren L; Williamson A, 2016, Human Factor Considerations for a Licensing Point System Part 1: Literature review, Transport and Road Safety Research Centre, UNSW, Sydney
  • Senserrick T; McRae D; Wallace P; de Rome L; Rees P; Williamson A, 2016, Development of motorcycle learner stage ‘Check Rides’ program: principles for Check Rides., VicRoads, Contract No. 9053: Stage 2 deliverable. Report.
  • Estival D; Farris C; Molesworth B, 2016, Aviation English: A lingua franca for pilots and air traffic controllers, 10.4324/9781315661179
  • Estival D; Molesworth B, 2016, 'Native english speakers and EL2 pilots: An experimental study', in Aviation English: A Lingua Franca for Pilots and Air Traffic Controllers, pp. 140 - 181, 10.4324/9781315661179
  • Estival D; Farris C; Molesworth B, 2016, 'Conclusions and future research', in Aviation English: A Lingua Franca for Pilots and Air Traffic Controllers, pp. 182 - 192, 10.4324/9781315661179
  • Molesworth B, 2016, 'Contextual factors impacting on aviation communication', in Aviation English: A Lingua Franca for Pilots and Air Traffic Controllers, pp. 111 - 139, 10.4324/9781315661179
  • Farris C; Molesworth B, 2016, 'Communications between air traffic control and pilots', in Aviation English: A Lingua Franca for Pilots and Air Traffic Controllers, pp. 92 - 110, 10.4324/9781315661179
  • Bekier M; Molesworth BRC, 2016, 'Altering user’ acceptance of automation through prior automation exposure', Ergonomics, pp. 1 - 9, 10.1080/00140139.2016.1216610
  • Molesworth BRC; Koo TTR, 2016, 'The influence of attitude towards individuals’ choice for a remotely piloted commercial flight: A latent class logit approach', Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, vol. 71, pp. 51 - 62, 10.1016/j.trc.2016.06.017
  • Burgess M; Molesworth BRC, 2016, 'The Noise Reduction Provided by Aviation Headsets', Acoustics Australia, vol. 44, pp. 95 - 99, 10.1007/s40857-016-0050-y
  • Molesworth BRC; Seneviratne D; Burgess M, 2016, 'Selling safety: the use of celebrities in improving awareness of safety in commercial aviation', Ergonomics, vol. 59, pp. 989 - 994, 10.1080/00140139.2015.1109712
  • Tsui WHK; Tan DT; Shi S, 2016, 'Impacts of airport traffic volumes on house prices of New Zealand’s major regions: a panel data approach', Urban Studies: an international journal for research in urban studies
  • Tan DT; Koo TTR; Duval DT; Forsyth PJ, 2016, 'A method for reducing information asymmetry in destination–airline relationships', Current Issues in Tourism, pp. 1 - 14, 10.1080/13683500.2016.1174193
  • Tan DT; Tsui WHK, 2016, 'Investigating causality in international air freight and business travel: The case of Australia', Urban Studies: an international journal for research in urban studies, 10.1177/0042098015620520
  • Koo TTR; Caponecchia C; Williamson A, 2016, 'How important is safety in making flight choices? Evidence from simple choice experiments', Transportation, pp. 1 - 17, 10.1007/s11116-016-9730-6
  • Lau PL; Koo TTR, 2016, 'A multilevel Gini decomposition approach to measuring the geographic concentration of tourism', Current Issues in Tourism, pp. 1 - 11, 10.1080/13683500.2016.1190321
  • Rashidi TH; Koo TTR, 2016, 'An analysis on travel party composition and expenditure: A discrete-continuous model', Annals of Tourism Research, vol. 56, pp. 48 - 64, 10.1016/j.annals.2015.10.003
  • Koo TTR; Lau P; Dwyer L, 2016, 'The Geographic Dispersal of Visitors: Insights from the Power law', Journal of Travel Research, 10.1177/0047287515625131

2015

  • Martiniuk ALC; Chen HY; Glozier N; Patton G; Senserrick T; Williamson A; Woodward M; Ivers R, 2015, 'High alcohol use a strong and significant risk factor for repetitive self-harm in female and male youth: A prospective cohort study', American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, vol. 41, no. 5, pp. 465 - 473.
  • Mitchell RJ; Cameron CM; McClure RJ; Williamson AM, 2015, 'Data linkage capabilities in Australia: Practical issues identified by a Population Health Research Network 'Proof of Concept project'', Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, vol. 39, no. 4, pp. 319 - 325.
  • Gregson S; Hampson I; Junor A; Fraser D; Quinlan M; Williamson A, 2015, 'Supply chains, maintenance and safety in the Australian airline industry', Journal of Industrial Relations, vol. 57, no. 4, pp. 604 - 623.
  • Olsen NS; Williamson AM, 2015, 'Development of safety incident coding systems through improving coding reliability', Applied Ergonomics: human factors in technology and society, vol. 51, pp. 152 - 162.
  • Mitchell RJ; Williamson A; Molesworth B, 2015, 'Use of a human factors classification framework to identify causal factors for medication and medical device-related adverse clinical incidents', Safety Science, vol. 79, pp. 163 - 174.
  • Nguyen H; Williamson A, 2015, 'When Practice Does Not Make Perfect: Effects of Strategic Cognitive Processes on Errors During Skill Development', Applied Cognitive Psychology.
  • Koo TTR; Caponecchia C; Williamson A, 2015, 'Measuring the effect of aviation safety risk reduction on flight choice in young travellers', Safety Science, vol. 73, pp. 1 - 7.
  • Williamson A; Grzebieta R; Eusebio J; Zheng W; Wall J; Charlton J; Lenné M; Haley J; Barnes B; Rakotonirainy A; Woolley J; Senserrick T; Young K; Haworth N; Regan M; Cockfield S; Healy D; Cavallo A; Di Stefano M; Wong HL; Cameron I; Cornish M, 2015, 'The Australian Naturalistic Driving Study: from beginnings to launch', in Proceedings of the 2015 Australasian Road Safety Conference, presented at Australasian Road Safety Conference, Gold Coast, Australia, 14 - 16 October 2015.
  • Williamson A; Friswell R; Olivier J; Grzebieta R; Zeller R, 2015, 'Understanding drivers’ motivation to take a break when tired', in Proceedings of the 2015 Australasian Road Safety Conference, presented at Australasian Road Safety Conference, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia, 14 - 16 October 2015.
  • Senserrick T; Russell M; McRae D; Wallace P; Blythe R; Mitsopoulos-Rubens E; de Rome L; Rees P; Williamson A, 2015, 'Development of Victoria's New Motorcycle Graduated Licensing System', presented at Australasian Road Safety Conference, Gold Coast QLD, 14 - 16 October 2015.
  • Mooren LE; Williamson AM; Grzebieta R, 2015, 'Evidence that truck driver remuneration is linked to safety outcomes: a review of the literature', in Proceedings of the 2015 Australasian Road Safety Conference, presented at Australasian Road Safety Conference, Gold Coast, Australia, 14 - 16 October 2015.
  • Krasnova O; Molesworth Brett; Williamson Ann, 2015, 'The effect of cognitive-based training interventions on driver speed management behavior: A driving simulator study.', in Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 59th Annual Meeting, SAGE, pp. 1796 - 1800, presented at Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 59th Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, the United States of America, 26 - 30 October 2015.
  • Krasnova Oleksandra; Molesworth Brett; Williamson Ann, 2015, 'The effect of training approaches and feedback for young and novice drivers on the relationship between the actual and perceived speed.', in The effect of training approaches and feedback for young and novice drivers on the relationship between the actual and perceived speed., pp. 14 - 21, presented at 19th Triennial Congress of the IEA, Melbourne, Australia, 9 - 14 August 2015.
  • Hatfield J; Friswell R; Williamson A, 2015, Road Crash Injuries: Cost and Prevention, Austroads Ltd., Sydney NSW 2000 Australia, AP-R491-15.
  • Senserrick T; McRae D; Wallace P; de Rome L; Rees P; Williamson A, 2015, Development of Victoria’s new motorcycle learner permit and licence tests: trialling, refinement, documentation and induction program – learner permit tests., Contract No. 8972: Stage 5+6 Deliverables Report
  • Senserrick T; McRae D; Wallace P; de Rome L; Rees P; Williamson A, 2015, Development of Victoria’s new motorcycle learner permit and licence tests: draft test development and trial design – learner permit tests., Contract No. 8972: Stage 3+4 Deliverables Report
  • Senserrick T; McRae D; Wallace P; de Rome L; Williamson A, 2015, Development of Victoria’s new motorcycle learner permit and licence tests: review and select target competencies and testing methodologies., Contract No. 8972: Stage 2 Deliverable Report
  • Senserrick T; McRae D; Wallace P; de Rome L; Rees P; Williamson A, 2015, Development of motorcycle learner stage ‘Check Rides’ program: development of a specific Check Ride program, Contract No. 9053: Stage 3 Deliverable Report
  • Senserrick T; McRae D; Wallace P; de Rome L; Rees P; Williamson A, 2015, Development of motorcycle learner stage ‘Check Rides’ program: principles for Check Rides., Contract No. 9053: Stage 2 deliverable. Interim report.
  • Senserrick T; McRae D; Wallace P; de Rome L; Rees P; Williamson A, 2015, Pre-learner motorcyclist curriculum development: pilot and evaluate draft instructor materials., Contract No. 8651: Stage 7 deliverable.
  • Senserrick T; McRae D; Wallace P; de Rome L; Rees P; Williamson A, 2015, Pre-learner motorcyclist curriculum development: pilot and evaluate draft trainer materials and draft pre-learner curriculum., Contract No. 8651: Stage 5 and 6 Deliverables.
  • Senserrick T; McRae D; Wallace P; de Rome L; Rees P; Williamson A, 2015, Pre-learner motorcyclist curriculum development: develop draft curriculum including instructor, trainer and pre-learner materials., Contract No. 8651: Stage 4 Deliverable.
  • Williamson A, 2015, 'Effective fatigue risk management: Is it keeping up with the research evidence', presented at 9th International Conference on Managing Fatigue, Perth, WA, 23 - 26 March 2015.
  • Williamson A; Friswell R, 2015, 'The relationship between fluctuations in sleepiness and performance over a 2 hour drive', presented at 9th International Conference on Managing Fatigue, Perth, WA, 23 - 26 March 2015.
  • Molesworth BRC; Seneviratne D; Burgess M, 2015, 'Selling safety: the use of celebrities in improving awareness of safety in commercial aviation', Ergonomics: an international journal of research and practice in human factors and ergonomics, pp. 1 - 6.
  • Molesworth BRC; Burgess M; Zhou A, 2015, 'The effects of noise on key workplace skills', Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, vol. 138, no. 4, pp. 2054 - 2061.
  • Tehrani M; Molesworth BRC, 2015, 'Pre-flight safety briefings, mood and information retention', Applied Ergonomics: human factors in technology and society, vol. 51, pp. 377 - 382.
  • Seneviratne D; Molesworth BRC, 2015, 'Employing humour and celebrities to manipulate passengers' attention to pre-flight safety briefing videos in commercial aviation', Safety Science, vol. 75, pp. 130 - 135.
  • Molesworth BRC; Estival D, 2015, 'Miscommunication in general aviation: The influence of external factors on communication errors', Safety Science, vol. 73, pp. 73 - 79.
  • Molesworth BRC; Koh S; Burgess M, 2015, 'Altering the way key information is presented to overcome the detrimental effect of in-cabin aircraft noise (simulated) on recall performance', in Safety and Reliability of Complex Engineered Systems - Proceedings of the 25th European Safety and Reliability Conference, ESREL 2015, pp. 3043 - 3047
  • Tan DT; Chapple L; Walsh KD, 2015, 'Corporate fraud culture: Re-examining the corporate governance and performance relation', Accounting and Finance.
  • Schultz EL; Tan DT; Walsh KD, 2015, 'Corporate governance and the probability of default', Accounting and Finance.
  • Molesworth, B. R. C., Koh, S., & Burgess, M. (2015). Altering the way key information is presented to overcome the detrimental effect of in-cabin aircraft noise (simulated) on recall performance. In L. Podofillini, B. Sudret, B. Stojadinovic´, E. Zio & W. Kröger, Proceedings of Safety and Reliability of Complex Engineered Systems: ESREL 2005 (pp. 3043 – 3047), 7 – 10 September, Zurich, Switzerland. ISBN 978-1-138-02879-1
  • Sharples, S., Shorrock, S. and Waterson, P. (2015) Contemporary Ergonomics 2015. London: Taylor and Francis.

2014

  • Mitchell R. J, Bambach M, Grzebieta R, Williamson A, (2014) 'Measuring non-fatal road trauma: using policereported and hospital admission-based data to monitor trends and inform policy.', Journal of the Australasian College of Road Safety, vol. 25, no. 3, pp. 15 - 22
  • Williamson A, Friswell R, Olivier J, Grzebieta R, (2014) 'Are drivers aware of sleepiness and increasing crash risk while driving?', Accident Analysis and Prevention, vol. 70, pp. 225 - 234,
  • Chung A. Z, Williamson A, Shorrock S. T, (2014) 'What do human factors and ergonomics professionals value in research publications? Re-examining the research-practice gap.', Ergonomics: an international journal of research and practice in human factors and ergonomics, vol. 57, no. 4, pp. 490 - 502,
  • Mooren L, Williamson A, Friswell R, Olivier J, Grzebieta R, Magableh F, (2014) 'What are the differences in management characteristics of heavy vehicle operators with high insurance claims versus low insurance claims?', Safety Science, vol. 70, pp. 327 - 338,
  • Schmertmann M, Williamson A, Black D, (2014) 'Unintentional poisoning in young children: does developmental stage predict the type of substance accessed and ingested?', Child: Care, Health and Development, vol. 40, no. 1, pp. 50 - 59,
  • Stevenson M. R, Elkington J, Sharwood L, Meuleners L, Ivers R, Boufous S, Williamson A, Haworth N, Quinlan M, Grunstein R, Norton R, Wong K, (2014) 'The Role of Sleepiness, Sleep Disorders, and the Work Environment on Heavy-Vehicle Crashes in 2 Australian States', American Journal of Epidemiology, vol. 179, no. 5, pp. 594 - 601,
  • Mooren L, Grzebieta R, Williamson A, Olivier J, Friswell R, (2014) 'Safety management for heavy vehicle transport: A review of the literature', Safety Science, vol. 62, pp. 79 - 89,
  • Mitchell, R. J., Williamson, A., & Molesworth, B. (2014). Identifying causal factors for medication and medical device-related adverse clinical incidents using a human factors framework.. In International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics. Krakow.
  • Dwyer, L. M., Koo, T. T. R., (2014) 'Air transport and spatiality of tourist flows: the case of Australia', in Air Transport in the Asia Pacific, Ashgate, Surrey, UK, pp. 125 - 142
  • Gao, Y., Koo, T. T. R. (2014). Flying Australiañ Europe via China: A qualitative analysis of the factors affecting travelers' choice of Chinese carriers using online comments data. Journal of Air Transport Management, 39, 23-29.
  • Sharples, S. and Shorrock, S. (2014) Contemporary Ergonomics 2014. London: Taylor and Francis.
  • Kirwan, B. and Shorrock, S.T. (2014). A view from elsewhere: safety culture in European air traffic management. In P. Waterson (Ed.), Patient Safety Culture: Theory, Methods and Application. Ashgate.
  • Burgess, M., Molesworth, B. R. C., & Zhou, A. (2014). Fatiguing effect of noise in aircraft on cognitive and motor performance. In Proceeding of the 11th International Congress on Noise as a Public Health Problem (ICBEN) (paper 4.7), 1-5 June Nara, Japan.
  • Burgess, M., Molesworth, B. R. C., Zhou, A. (2014). Investigating the effects of short-term exposure to noise on key piloting skills. Proceedings of the 31st EAAP Conference 'Aviation Psychology: facilitating Change(s)' (pp. 226- 235), Valetta, Malta: ISBN/EAN: 978-90-815253-4-3.
  • Froyland, G., Maher, S. J., Wu, C. L. (2014). The Recoverable Robust Tail Assignment Problem. Transportation Science, 48(3), 351-372.
  • Chung, Y. S., Wu, C. L., (2014). Air Market Opening between Taiwan and China and its Impacts on Airport and Airline Network Developments of Neighbouring Countries in Asia Pacific, in the Air Transport in the Asia Pacific, in Duval APDT (ed.), Air Transport in the Asia Pacific, Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
  • Koo, T. R., Wu, C. L., and Dwyer, L., (2014). Air Transport and Spatiality of Tourist Flows: The case of Australia', in Air Transport in the Asia Pacific, pp. 114 - 141
  • Wu, C. L., Truong, T. (2014). Improving the IATA delay data coding system for enhanced data analytics. Journal of Air Transport Management, 40, 78-85.
  • Chapple L, Clout V. J, Tan D, (2014) 'Corporate governance and securities class actions', Australian Journal of Management, vol. 39, no. 4, pp. 525 - 547
  • Humphrey, J. E., & Tan, D. T. (2014). Does it Really Hurt to be Responsible?. Journal of Business Ethics, 122(3), 375-386.
  • Regan, M.A., Tomasevic, N., Zheng, W.Y., Williamson, A., & Grzebieta, R. (2014). Australian Naturalistic Driving Study Pilot: Findings and Lessons Learned. Draft Report to Centre for Road Safety, Transport for NSW; (Forthcoming)
  • Molesworth, B. R. C. (2014). Examining the Effectiveness of Pre-Flight Cabin Safety Announcements in Commercial Aviation. International Journal of Aviation Psychology, 24(4), 300-314.
  • Mitchell, R. J., Williamson, A. M., Molesworth, B., & Chung, A. Z. Q. (2014). A review of the use of human factors classification frameworks that identify causal factors for adverse events in the hospital setting. Ergonomics, 57(10), 1443-1472.
  • Molesworth, B. R. C., Burgess, M., Gunnell, B., Löffler, D., & Venjakob, A. (2014). The effect on recognition memory of noise cancelling headphones in a noisy environment with native and non-native speakers. Noise and Health, 16(71), 240-247.
  • Molesworth, B. R. C., Burgess, M., Gunnell, B., & Duong, K. (2014). Examining the benefits of active noise control and supplementary pictorial information in improving the recall of information in a noisy environment. Aviation Psychology and Applied Human Factors, 4(1), 50-57.
  • Michelle, D. Froyland, G., and Wu, C. L. (2014). An Integrated Scenario-Based Approach for Robust Aircraft Routing, Crew Pairing and Re-timing. Computers & Operations Research, Vol. 45, pp.68-86.
  • Wu, C. L., and Lee, A., (2014). The Impact of Airline Alliance Terminal Co-location on Airport Operations and Terminal Development. Journal of Air Transport Management, Vol 36, pp. 69-77.
  • Jang, R., Molesworth, B. R. C., Burgess, M., & Estival, D. (2014). Improving communication in general aviation through the use of noise cancelling headphones. Safety Science, 62, 499-504.
  • Regan, M.A., & Strayer, D. (2014). Towards and Understanding of Driver Inattention: Taxonomy and Theory. Annals of the Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine (Date of Acceptance; 19 Feb 2014). (ERA rank – C)
  • Regan, M.A, Horberry, T & Stevens, A (Eds) (2014). Driver Acceptance of New Technology: Theory, Measurement and Opimisation. Surrey, England: Ashgate. ISBN 978-1-4094-3984-4 (Hardcover)
  • Regan, M.A., Horberry, T., & Stevens, A. (2014). Driver Acceptance of New Technology: Overview. In Regan, M.A., Horberry, T., & Stevens, A. (2014). Driver acceptance of New Technology: Theory, Measurment and Optimisation. (Chapter 1) Surrey, England: Ashgate. pp 3-8.
  • Mitsopoulos, E., & Regan, M.A. (2014). Measuring Acceptability through Questionnaires and Focus Groups. In Regan, M.A., Horberry, T., & Stevens, A. (2014). Driver acceptance of New Technology: Theory, Measurment and Optimisation. (Chapter 7) Surrey, England: Ashgate. pp 89-104
  • Labeye, E., Brusque, C., & Regan, M.A. (2014). Driver Acceptance of Electric Vehicles: Findings from the French MINI E study. In Regan, M.A., Horberry, T., & Stevens, A. (2014). Driver acceptance of New Technology: Theory, Measurment and Optimisation. (Chapter 11) Surrey, England: Ashgate. pp 153-168
  • Stevens, A. Horberry, T., & Regan, M.A (2014). Driver acceptance of new technology: Synthesis and Perspectives. In Regan, M.A., Horberry, T., & Stevens, A. (2014). Driver acceptance of New Technology: Theory, Measurment and Optimisation. (Chapter 22). Surrey, England: Ashgate. pp 335-348
  • Koo T; Halpern N; Papatheodorou A; Graham A; Arvanitis P, 2014, 'Air transport liberalisation and airport dependency: Developing a composite index', Journal of Transport Geography,
  • Chung AZ; Williamson, A; Shorrock, S, 2014, 'Trends in journal publication in Human Factors and Ergonomics from 1960 to 2010: The research-practice relationship as reflected in the academic literature', in Mitchell RJ (ed.), Proceedings of the 50th Annual Conference of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia, Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia, presented at 50th Annual Conference of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia, Adelaide, 17 - 19 November 2014
  • Mooren LE; Williamson A, 2014, 'Why some truck drivers still don’t use seatbelts.', in Proceedings of the Occupational Safety in Transport Conference, CARRS-Q, Queensland University of Technology, presented at Occupational Safety in Transport Conference, Gold Coast, Queensland, 18 - 19 September 2014
  • Mitchell RJ; Williamson A; Molesworth B, 2014, 'Identifying causal factors for medication and medical device-related adverse clinical incidents using a human factors framework.', presented at International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics, Krakow, 19 - 23 July 2014
  • Senserrick T; McRae, D; Wallace, P; Regan, M; de Rome, L; Rees, P.; Williamson, A, 2014, Pre-learner motorcyclist curriculum development: detailed curriculum framework and approach, Transport and Road Safety Research, UNSW, Sydney NSW, Contract No. 8651: Stage 3 Deliverable
  • Senserrick T; McRae, D; Wallace, P; Regan, M; de Rome, L; Rees, P; Williamson, A, 2014, Pre-learner motorcyclist curriculum development: broad framework and learning goals, Transport and Road Safety Research, UNSW, Sydney NSW, Contract No. 8651: Stage 2 Deliverable
  • Mooren; Grzebieta; Williamson A, 2014, Submission to Inquiry into Speed Zoning and its impact on the Demerit Points Scheme, Transport and Road Safety Research, UNSW, Submission No. 26,
  • Williamson A; Grzebieta R; Job RFS; Olivier J; Bambach M, 2014, Evaluation of the ACT Road Safety Camera Program, Transport and Road Safety Research, UNSW
  • Hatfield J; Williamson A, 2014, P Drivers Project Process Evaluation, Monash University
  • Williamson A; Friswell R, 2014, An evaluation framework for a pilot of the Risk Classification System with an outer limit of 15.5 hours

2013

  • Mitchell, R. J., Williamson, A. M., Molesworth, B. R. (2013). Identifying causal patterns and errors in adverse clinical incidents. In Contemporary Ergonomics and Human Factors (pp. 277-284). Croydon: Taylor and Francis.
  • Burgess, M. A., Molesworth, B. R. (2013). Investigation of the role for noise cancelling headphones to assist speech recall in noise. In Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics - ICA 2013 Montreal Vol. 19 (pp. 1-4). Montreal: Acoustical Society of America.
  • Burgess, M., Molesworth, B. R. C. (2013). Use of noise cancelling headphones to assist recall of spoken information in noisy environments. Annual Conference of the Australian Acoustical Society 2013, Acoustics 2013: Science, Technology and Amenity, 177-180.
  • Chung, Y. S., Wu, C. L., and Chiang, W. E., (2013). Air Passengers' Shopping Motivation and Information Seeking Behaviour. Journal of Air Transport Management, Vol. 27, pp.25-28.
  • Drabas, T., Wu, C. L. (2013). Modeling Air Carrier Choices With A Segment Specific Cross Nested Logit Model. Journal of Air Transport Management, 33, 8-16
  • Lohmann, G., Koo, T. T. R. (2013). The airline business model spectrum. Journal of Air Transport Management, 31, 7-9.
  • Koo, T., Lohmann, G. (2013). The spatial effects of domestic aviation deregulation: A comparative study of Australian and Brazilian seat capacity 1986-2010, Journal of Transport Geography 29, 52-62 (IF 2.52)
  • Koo, T.,Tan, D., Duval, D.T. (2013) 'Direct air transport capacity and demand interaction: a vector error correction approach' Journal of Air Transport Management, 28, 14-19. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jairtraman.2012.12.005 (IF 1.204)
  • Chan-Mok, O. J., Caponecchia, C., Winder, C. (2013). The concept of workplace bullying: implications from Australian workplace health and safety law. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law (ERA Ranking A)
  • Rechnitzer, G., Grzebieta, R & Regan, M.A. (2013). Enhancing occupant safety for powered mobile equipment operations at Sydney airport. TARS Client report for Sydney Airports Corporation.
  • Regan, M.A, Williamson, A ., Grzebieta, R ., Charlton , J., Lenne , M., Watson , B., Haworth, N., Rakotonirainy, A .,Woolley, J ., Anderson, R ., Senserrick, T ., & Young, K. (2013). The Australian 400-Car Naturalistic 1 Driving Study: Innovation in Road Safety Research and Policy. In the proceedings of the Road Safety Research, Policing and Enforcement conference, Brisbane, Australia, 29-30 August.
  • Labeye, E., Adrian, J., Hugot., M., Regan, M.A., & Brusque, C. (2013). Daily use of an electric vehicle: Behavioural changes and potential for ITS support. IET Intelligent Transport Systems, Vol. 7, Issue 2, pp 201-214 (ERA rank – C)
  • Young, K.L., & Regan, M.A. (2013). Defining the relationship between behavioural adaptation and driver distraction. In C.M. Rudin-Brown, M. & S. Jamson. "Behavioural Adaptation and Road Safety: Theory, Evidence and Action" Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press. (Chapter 12)
  • Regan, M.A. & Lee, J.D (2013) Chapter 1 – Introduction. In Regan, M.A., Lee, J. D. & Victor, T. (2013). Driver distraction and inattention: Advances in Research and Countermeasures, Volume 1. Surrey, England: Ashgate (Chapter 1)
  • Gordon, C. & Regan, M.A. (2013). Distraction and inattention and their role in crashes and safety- critical Events. In Regan, M.A., Lee, J. D. & Victor, T. (2013). Driver distraction and inattention: Advances in Research and Countermeasures, Volume 1. Surrey, England: Ashgate (Chapter 10)
  • Horberry, T. & Regan, M.A. & Edquist, J. (2013). Using road safety evidence and "safety in design" approaches to regulate driver distraction from roadside advertising. In Regan, M.A., Lee, J. D. & Victor, T. (2013). Driver distraction and inattention: Advances in Research and Countermeasures, Volume 1. Surrey, England: Ashgate (Chapter 22)
  • Lee, J.D & Regan, M.A. (2013) Distraction and Inattention: Current themes and research directions. In Regan, M.A., Lee, J. D. & Victor, T. (2013). Driver distraction and inattention: Advances in Research and Countermeasures, Volume 1. Surrey, England: Ashgate (Chapter 24)
  • Middleton, J.H., Cooke, C.G., Kearney, E.T., Mumford, P.J., Mole., M.A., Nippard, G.J., Rizos, C., Splinter, K.S., Turner, I.L., Resolution and accuracy of an airborne scanning laser system for beach surveys, Journal of Atmospheric and Ocean Technology, 2013, vol. 30, no. 10, pp. 2452 - 2464, http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/JTECH-D-12-00174.1
  • Duval, D., T. Koo, & D.T. Tan (2013). Air Transport Capacity and Tourism Demand Interaction: A Vector Error Correction Model Approach, Journal of Air Transport Management, 28, May, pp. 14-19.
  • Molesworth, B. R. C., Burgess, M., & Chung, A. (2013). Using Active Noise Cancelling Headphones to Reduce the Effects of Masking in Commercial Aviation. Acta Acustica, 99, 822-827.
  • Molesworth, B. R. C., Burgess, M., & Gunnell, B. (2013). Using the effect of alcohol as a comparison to illustrate the detrimental effects of noise on performance. Noise and Health, 15(66), 367-373.
  • Molesworth, B. R. C., & Burgess, M. (2013). Improving intelligibility at a safety critical point: In flight cabin safety. Safety Science, 51, 11-16.
  • Molesworth, B. R. C., Burgess, M., & Kwon, D. (2013). The use of noise cancelling headphones to improve concurrent task performance in a noisy environment. Applied Acoustics, 74, 110-115.
  • Douglas, I. R., & Evans, D. (2013). Qantas Flight 32:Lessons from an inflight emergency. Journal of Air Transport Studies, Volume 4(Number 1. Winter 2013), 1-9.
  • Gudmundsson, S. V., Douglas, I., & Oum, T. H. (2013). Selected papers from the 15th Air Transport Research Society Conference, Sydney, 2011. Journal of Air Transport Management, 28, 1-2.
  • Gudmundsson, S. V., Douglas, I., & Oum, T. H. (2013). Selected papers from the 15th ATRS Conference, Sydney, Australia, 2011. Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review, 57, 1-2.
  • Williamson A, (2013) 'Fatigue, performance and safety: Too hard basket or a problem with solutions?', 49th Annual Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia Conference 2013, HFESA 2013
  • Schmertmann M; Williamson A; Black D; Wilson L, (2013) 'Risk factors for unintentional poisoning in children aged 1-3 years in NSW Australia: a case-control study.', BMC Pediatrics, vol. 13, pp. 88,
  • Martiniuk AL; Senserrick T; Lo S; Williamson A; Du W; Grunstein RR; Woodward M; Glozier N; Stevenson M; Norton R; Ivers RQ, (2013) 'Sleep-deprived young drivers and the risk for crash: the DRIVE prospective cohort study.', JAMA Pediatrics, vol. 167, no. 7, pp. 647 - 655
  • Williamson A; Friswell R, (2013) 'The effect of external non-driving factors, payment type and waiting and queuing on fatigue in long distance trucking.', Accident Analysis and Prevention, vol. 58, pp. 26 - 34
  • Friswell R; Williamson A, (2013) 'Comparison of the fatigue experiences of short haul light and long distance heavy vehicle drivers', Safety Science, vol. 57, pp. 203 - 213
  • Williamson A; Friswell R, (2013) 'Fatigue in the workplace: causes and countermeasures', Fatigue: Biomedicine, Health and Behavior, vol. 1, no. 1-2, pp. 81 - 98
  • Chan-Mok, O. J., Caponecchia, C., Winder, C. (2013). The concept of workplace bullying: implications from Australian workplace health and safety law. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law
  • Regan, M. A., Lee, J. D., & Victor, T. (2013). Driver Distraction and Inattention: Advancesin Research
  • and Countermeasures(Vol. 1). Surrey, England: Ashgate.

2012

  • Choi, J. K., and Wu, C. L., (2012). Providers’ partner choice behaviour of airfreight service in emerging business structure. ATRS (Taiwan)
  • Lee, Andy, and Wu, C. L., (2012). Impact of Airline Alliance Terminal Co-location on Airport Operations. ATRS (Taiwan)
  • Koo, T., Dwyer, L. and Wu, C. L., (2012). Exploring and measuring the structure of the imbalances in the geographic dispersal of visitors. TOSOK conference (Korea).
  • Drabas, T. and Wu, C. L., (2012). Modelling Airline choice of passengers travelling between Australia and the United States. AGIFORS, Anna Valicek 2012 paper competition.
  • Lee, A. and Wu, C. L., (2012). Airport Terminal Co-location. ATRS (Taiwan)
  • Choi, J. K. and Wu, C. L., (2012). The Choice Behaviour of Air Cargo Operators. ATRS (Taiwan)
  • Senserrick, T., Regan, M.A. & Hatfield, J. (2012). Safer drivers course: Research evidence and recommendations. Transport for NSW project: Research on course curriculum and course content requirements for safer drivers course for young learner drivers.
  • Regan, M.A., Williamson, A, Friswell, R., Hatfield, J., & Grzebieta, R. (2012). Submission to the Joint Standing Committee on Road safety (StaySAFE) Inquiry into Driver and Road user Distraction.
  • Regan M.A., Williamson A., Grzebieta R., Tao L., (2012). Naturalistic Driving Studies: Literature Review and Planning for the Australian Naturalistic Driving Study, Proc. Australasian College of Road Safety Conference – A Safe System: Expanding the reach!, Sydney.
  • Labeye, E., Hugot, M., Adrian, J., Regan, M., & Brusque, C. (2012). E mobility: A new urban mobility. In proceedings of Human Centred Design for Intelligent Transport Systems, Valencia, Spain, June 14-15 2012
  • Labeye, E., Hugot, M., Regan, M., & Brusque, C. (2012). Electric Vehicles: An eco-friendly mode of transport which induces changes in driving behaviour. In D. de Waard, N. Merat, A.H. Jamson, Y. Barnard, and O.M.J.Carsten (Eds.) Human Factors of Systems and Technology. Maastricht, the Netherlands: Shaker Publishing.
  • Huang, Z.C., L. Lenain, W.K. Melville, J. H. Middleton, B. Reineman, N. Statom and R. McCabe (2012). Dissipation of wave energy and turbulence in a barrier-reef lagoon, Journal of Geophysical Research, 117, C03015, doi:10.1029/2011JC007202, 2012. [ERA – A+]
  • Huang, Z.C., B. Reineman, L. Lenain, W. K. Melville, and J. H. Middleton (2012). Airborne LIDAR measurements of wave energy dissipation in a coral reef lagoon system, Journal of Geophysical Research, 117, C03016, doi:10.1029/2011JC007203, 2012. [ERA – A+]
  • Nekrasov, A. and J. H. Middleton (2012). On Measurement of the Sea Surface Wind Vector by Airborne Weather Radars having a Various Scanning Sector, The Open Remote Sensing Journal, 5, 96-100. [ERA – unranked; New Journal].
  • Chapple, L. & D.T. Tan (2012). Corporate Fraud and Misconduct – Investigative and Regulatory Priorities, New Zealand Business Law Quarterly, March.
  • Spring, P., Mcintosh, A., Caponecchia, C., Baysari, M. (2012). Level of automation: Effects on train driver vigilance. In Wilson, J., Mills, A., Clarke, T., et al (Eds.) Rail Human Factors Around the World: Impacts on and of People for Successful Rail Operations. Taylor & Francis.
  • Dunn, N., Williamson, A. (2012). Mitigating the effects of monotony: The role of task complexity. In Wilson, Mills, Clarke, Rajan, Dadashi (Eds.) Rail Human Factors Around the World: Impacts on and of People for Successful Rail Operations. CRC Press.
  • Pappas, B., Caponecchia, C., Wertheim, E. (2012). The Human: Basic principles of social interaction. In The Core Body of Knowledge for Generalist OHS Professionals. Victoria: Safety Institute of Australia Ltd.
  • Caponecchia, C. (2012). The Human: Basic Psychological Principles. In The Core Body of Knowledge for Generalist OHS Professionals. Victoria: Safety Institute of Australia.
  • Caponecchia, C., Mcintosh, A., Baysari, M. (2012). Development, use and usability of TRACER-RAV technique for retrospective analysis of cognitive errors for rail. In Wilson, J., Mills, A., Clarke, T., et al (Eds.) Rail Human Factors Around the World: Impacts on and of People for Successful Rail Operations. Taylor & Francis
  • Schmertmann, M., Williamson, A., Black, D. (2012). Unintentional poisoning in young children: does developmental stage predict the type of substance accessed and ingested? Child: Care, Health and Development.
  • Patton, D., Mcintosh, A., Kleiven, S., Frechede, B (2012). Injury data from unhelmeted football head impacts evaluated against critical strain tolerance curves. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part P: Journal of Sports Engineering and Technology.
  • Mitchell, R., Williamson, A., Chung, A. (2012). Comparison of Injuries Experienced by International Tourists Visiting Australia and Australian Residents. Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health.
  • Takada, M., Nunomiya, T., Ishikura, T., Lewis, B., Getley, I., Bennetts, B. (2012). Measuring cosmic-ray exposure in aircraft using real-time personal dosemeters. Radiation Protection Dosimetry, 149:2, 169-176.
  • Olsen, N. (2012). Reliability studies of incident coding systems in high hazard industries: A narrative review of study methodology. Applied Ergonomics, 44:2, 175-184.
  • Labeye, E., Hugot, M., Regan, M., Brusque, C. (2012). E mobility: A new urban mobility. Proceedings of Human Centred Design for Intelligent Transport Systems, June 14-15, 71-77.
  • Lohmann, G., Koo, T. (2012). Airline Business Model Spectrum. Journal of Air Transport Management.
  • Mooren, L., Grzebieta, R., Williamson, A., Olivier, J. (2012). Comparing heavy vehicle safety management in Australia and the United States. Paper presented at the Australasian College of Road Safety National Conference, Sydney, Australia.
  • Regan, M., Williamson, A., Grzebieta, R., Tao, L. (2012). Naturalistic Driving Studies: Literature Review and Planning for the Australian Naturalistic Driving Study. Paper presented at the Australasian College of Road Safety National Conference, Sydney, Australia.
  • Caponecchia, C. (2012). Relative risk perception for terrorism: implications for preparedness and risk communication. Risk Analysis: An International Journal, 32(9), 1524-1534.
  • Taib, I., McIntosh, A. S., Caponecchia, C. Baysari, M. T. (2012). Comparing the usability and reliability of a generic and a domain-specific medical error taxonomy. Safety Science. 50, 1801-1805.
  • Caponecchia, C., Sun, A.Y.Z., & Wyatt, A. (2012). "Psychopaths" at work? Implications of lay persons' use of labels and behavioural criteria for psychopathy. Journal of Business Ethics. 107, 399-408.
  • Koo, T., Wu, R. & Dwyer, L.M. (2012) "Dispersal of visitors: descriptive measures and underlying drivers" Tourism Management v33, no.5, p.1209-1219
  • Middleton, J.H., C.G. Cooke, E.T. Kearney, P.J. Mumford, M.A. Mole, G.J. Nippard, C. Rizos, K.D. Splinter and I. L. Turner (2012) Resolution and Accuracy of an Airborne Scanning laser system for beach surveys, Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, 30, 2452-2464.
  • Hallett, Lambert, A. & Regan, M.A. (2012) Text messaging amongst New Zealand drivers: prevalence and risk perception. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic psychology and behavior, 15, 261-271.
  • Hatfield, J., Williamson, A., Sherker, S., Brander, R., Hayen, A., (2012). Development and evaluation of an intervention to reduce rip current related beach drowning. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 46, 45-51.
  • Williamson, A., Hatfield, J., Sherker, S., Brander, R., Hayen, A. (2012). A comparison of attitudes and knowledge of beach safety in Australia for beachgoers, rural residents and international tourists. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 36:4, 385-391.
  • Dunn, N., Williamson, A. (2012). Driving monotonous routes in a train simulator: the effect of task demand on driving performance and subjective experience. Ergonomics, published on-line on 17 July 2012
  • Williamson, A. (2012). Countermeasures to driver fatigue. In Desmond, P. Matthews, G. Hancock, P. Neubauer, C. (Eds.) The handbook of operator fatigue. London: Ashgate.
  • Dunbar, M., Froyland, G. and Wu, C. L., (2012). Robust Airline Schedule Planning: Minimising Propagated Delay in an Integrated Routing and Crewing Framework. Transportation Science, Vol. 46 (2), pp. 204-216.
  • Nekrasov, A., & Middleton, J. H. (2012). On Measurement of the Sea Surface Wind Vector by the Airborne Weather Radars Having a Warious Scanning Sector. The Open Remote Sensing Journal, 5, 96-100.
  • Prabhakharan, P., Molesworth, B., & Hatfield, J. (2012). Impairment of a speed management strategy in young drivers under high cognitive load. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 47, 24-29.
  • Huang, Zhi-Cheng, Luc Lenain, W. Kendall Melville, Jason H. Middleton, Benjamin Reineman, Nicholas Statom and Ryan M. McCabe (2012) Dissipation of wave energy and turbulence in a shallow coral reef lagoon, Journal of Geophysical Research, 117.
  • Huang, Zhi-Cheng, Benjamin Reineman, Luc Lenain, W. Kendall Melville and Jason H. Middleton (2012) Airborne LIDAR measuerments of wave energy dissipation in a coral reef lagoon system, Journal of Geophysical Research, 117.
  • Bekier, M., Molesworth, B. R. C., & Williamson, A. (2012). Tipping point: the narrow path between automation acceptance and rejection in air traffic management. Safety Science, 50(2), 259-265.
  • Estival, D., Molesworth, B.R. (2012). Radio Misscommunication: EL2 Pilots in the Australian General Aviation. Linguistics and the Human Sciences, 5.3, 351-378.

2011

  • Wu, C. L. and YS. Cheung et al, (2011). Information seeking and passenger retail preferences. ATRS (Sydney).
  • Hallett, C., Regan, M. A., & Bruyas, M-P. (2011). Development and Validation of a Driver Distraction Impact Assessment Test. In the electronic proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention, Gothenburg, Sweden, 5-7 September.
  • Luke, T., Pitsopoulos, J., Pitsopoulos, C., Regan, M. & Heavisides, J. (2011). Distraction versus Communication: The Mobile Phone Challenge in the GB Rail Industry. In proceedings of the 9th World Congress on Railway Research, Lille, France, May 22 to May 26.
  • Regan, M.A., Hallet, C, & Gordon, C (2011). Driver Distraction and Driver Inattention: Definition, Relationship, and Taxonomy. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 43, pp. 1771-1781. (ERA rank - A*)
  • Hallett, C., Lambert, A., & Regan, M. A. (2011) Cell phone conversing while driving in New Zealand: Prevalence, risk perception and legislation. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 43, pp. 862-869 (ERA rank - A*)
  • Regan, M.A., & Hallett, C. (2011). Driver distraction: Definition, mechanism, effects and mitigation. In Porter, B. (Ed). Handbook of Traffic Psychology: London, England: Elsevier. (Chapter 20).
  • Mitchell R. Chung A. Williamson A. Molesworth B. (2011) Human factors and healthcare-related deaths: review of coronial findings using a human factors classification framework. Ergonomics Australia 11: 18.
  • Watson, W., Clapperton, A., Mitchell, R.J. (2011). The burden of fall-related injury among older persons in New South Wales, Australia. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 35, 2, 170-175.
  • Watson, W., Mitchell, R.J. (2011). Conflicting trends in fall-related injury hospitalisationa among older people: variations by injury type. Osteoporosis International, Springer London Ltd, Godalming, Surrey, England.
  • Williamson, A.M., Friswell, R. (2011). Investigating the relative effects of sleep deprivation and time of day on fatigue and performance. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 43, 3, 690-697.
  • Lu, J., Choi, J.K., Tseng,W.C. (2011). Determinants of passengers' choice of airline check-in services: A case study of American, Australian, Korean, and Taiwanese passengers. Journal of Air Transport Management, 17, 4, 249-252.
  • Caponecchia, C.D., Wyatt, A. (2011). Preventing workplace bullying: An evidence based guide for managers and employees. Allen & Unwin, Sydney, Australia.
  • Curtis, K., Mitchell, R.J., Dickson, C., Black, D., Lam, M. (2011). Do AR-DRGs adequately describe the trauma patient episode in New South Wales, Australia? Health Information Management Journal, 40, 1, 7-13.
  • Curtis, K., Olivier, J., Mitchell, R.J., Cook, A., Rankin, T., Rana, A., Watson, W., Nau, T. (2011). Evaluation of a tiered trauma call system in a level 1 trauma centre. Injury - International Journal of the Care of the Injured, 42, 1, 57-62.
  • Baysari, M.T., Caponecchia, C.D., Andrew, S. (2011). A reliability and usability study of TRACEr-RAV: The technique for the retrospective analysis of cognitive errors - For rail, Australian version. Applied Ergonomics, 42, 852-859.
  • Koo, T.T., Lohmann, G. (2011). Domestic Air Transport Factors and Tourism Destination Competitiveness Indices: Examples from Australia and Brazil. Gross, Michael J (Editor). CAUTHE 2011 National Conference: Tourism : Creating a Brilliant Blend, University of South Australia. School of Management, 408-421.
  • Olsen, N. (2011). Coding ATC incident data using HFACS: Inter-coder consensus. Safety Science, 49, 10, 1365-1370.
  • Koo, T.T., Dwyer, L.M., Wu, C. (2011). Dispersal of visitors within destinations: descriptive measures and underlying drivers. Tourism Management, Elsevier Sci Ltd, Kidlington, Oxford, England.
  • Caponecchia, C.D., Sheils, I. (2011). Perceptions of personal vulnerability to workplace hazards in the Australian construction industry. Journal of Safety Research, 42, 4, 253-258.
  • Mumford, P.J., Nippard, G., Middleton, J., Kearney, E., Cooke, C., Turner, I.L., Mole, M.A., Splinter, K. (2011). The Airborne Science Imitative LiDAR Beach Survey: development and results. International Global Navigation Satellite Systems Society IGNSS Symposium, Sydney, Australia.
  • Turner, I.L., Goodwin, I., Davidson, M., Short, A.D., Pritchard, T., Cameron, D., MacDonald, T. Middleton, J., Splinter, K. (2011). Planning for an Australian National Coastal Observatory – monitoring and forecasting coastal erosion in a changing climate. Conference proceedings of Coasts and ports 2011, Canberra, Australia.
  • Taib, I., Mcintosh, A.S., Caponecchia, C.D. (2011). A review of medical error taxonomies: A human factors perspective. Safety Science, 49, 607-615a.
  • Dunn, N., Williamson, A. (2011). Monotony in the rail industry: The role of task demand in mitigating monotony-related effects on performance. Paper presented at the HFESA 47th Annual Conference,Sydney, Australia.
  • Chung, A. Z. Q., Williamson, A., Shorrock, S. T. (2011). What makes scientific journal articles appeal to Human Factors and Ergonomics professionals? Paper presented at the HFESA 47th Annual Conference,Sydney, Australia.
  • Young, R., & Molesworth, B.R.C. (2011). The Effects of Caffeine on Learning: A Pilot's Perspective. International Journal of Applied Aviation Studies, 11(1), 85-95.
  • Hsueh, F., Douglas, I., Robertson, R. (2011). What product factors allow airlines to command a price premium in the Sydney - Los Angeles market?, Journal of Air Transport Studies, 2, 2, pp. 74-91
  • Bekier, M., Molesworth, B.R.C., & Williamson, A. (2011). Why air traffic controllers accept or refuse automated technology. Paper presented at the 16th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, Dayton, OH.
  • Drinkwater, J., Molesworth, B.R.C. (2011). Examining the validity of traditional risky flight measures across a variety of risky flying activities. Paper presented at the 16th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, Dayton, OH.
  • Chung, A.Z.Q. and Shorrock, S.T. (2011). The research-practice relationship in ergonomics and human factors - surveying and bridging the gap. Ergonomics, 54(5), 413-429.
  • Prabhakharan, P., & Molesworth, B.R.C. (2011). Repairing Faulty Scripts to Reduce Speeding Behaviour in Young Drivers. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 43, 1696-1702.
  • Molesworth, B., Tsang, M.H., & Kehoe, J.E. (2011). Rehearsal and verbal reminders in facilitating compliance with safety rules. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 43, 991-997.
  • Molesworth, B., Bennett, L., & Kehoe, J.E. (2011). Promoting learning, memory, and transfer in a time-constrained high hazard environment. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 43, 932-938.
  • Bekier, M., Molesworth, B.R.C., & Williamson, A. (2011). Defining the Drivers for Accepting Decision-Making Automation in Air Traffic Management. Ergonomics, 54, 347-356.
  • Finch, C.F., Mitchell, R., Boufous, S. (2011). Trends in hospitalised sport/leisure injuries in New South Wales, Australia - implications for the targeting of population-focussed preventive sports medicine efforts. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 14 (1), 15 -21.

2010

  • Choi, J. K, and Wu, C. L., (2010), The shippers' choice behavior of airfreight service in emerging business structure. Air Transport Research Society.
  • Koo, T., Wu, C. L., and Dwyer, L. M., (2010). Ground travel mode choices of air arrivals at regional destinations: The significance of tourism attributes and destination contexts. Research in Transportation Economics, Vol. 24, pp 44-53.
  • Koo, T., Wu, C. L., and Dwyer, L. M., (2010). Transport and Regional Dispersal of Tourists: Is modal substitution a source of conflict between low-fare air services and regional dispersal? Journal of Travel Research, Vol. 49, pp. 106-120.
  • Wu, C. L., (2010). Airline Operations and Delay Management - Insights from Airline Economics, Networks and Strategic Schedule Planning. Ashgate. ISBN: 978-0-7546-7293-7.
  • Phan, V., Regan, M.A., Leden. L., Mattson, M., Minton, R., Chattington, M., Basacik, D., Pittman, M., Baldanzini, N., Vlahogianni, E., Yannis, G., & Golias, J. (2010). Rider/driver behaviours and road safety for PTW. Report for European Commission. Deliverable 1 of Work Package 1 of 2-Wheeler
  • Baldanzini, N., Huth, V., Regan, M., Spyropoulou, I., Eliou, N., Lemonakis, P., Galanis, A. (2010) Literature review of data analysis for naturalistic driving study. Report for European Commission. Deliverable 4 of Work Package 2 of 2-Wheeler Behaviour and Safety (2-BE-SAFE) project. Brussels: European Commission.
  • Spyropoulou, I., Yannis, G., Golias, J., Basacik, D., Chattington, M., Weare, A., Eliou, N., Lemonakis, P., Galanis, T., Karamberopoulos, D., Huth, V., Baldanzini, N., Chavez, B., Krishnakumar, R., & Regan. M (2010) Design of a naturalistic riding study - Implementation Plan. Report for European Commission. Deliverable 5 of Work Package 2 of 2-Wheeler Behaviour and Safety (2-BE-SAFE) project. Brussels: European Commission.
  • Benmimoun, A., Benmimoun M., Regan M.A, van Noort, M. & Wilmink I. (2010). Challenges in analysing data from multiple Field Operational Tests of ADAS technologies: the euroFOT experience. In proceedings of 3rd Transport Research Arena (TRA), Brussels, Belgium, 7 -10 June 2010.
  • Salmon, P. M., Young, K. L., Regan, M. (2010) Distraction 'on the buses': a novel framework of ergonomics methods for identifying sources and effects of bus driver distraction. Applied Ergonomics, 42, pp. 602-610. (ERA rank - A*)
  • Schultz, E.L., D.T. Tan, & K.D. Walsh (2010). Endogeneity and the Corporate Governance – Performance Relation, Australian Journal of Management, 35, 2, pp. 145-163.
  • Douglas, I. R. (2010). Long-haul market entry by value-based airlines: dual business models support product innovation, World Review of Intermodal Transportation Research. 3, 3, pp. 202-214.
  • Marchesiello, P., Estrade, P. (2010), Upwelling limitation by onshore geostrophic flow, Journal of Marine Research, 68 (1), 37-62.
  • Hickey, B.M., Kudela, R.M., Nash, J.D., Bruland, K.W., Peterson, W.T., MacCready, P., Lessard, E.J., Jay, D.A., Banas, N.S., Baptista, A.M., Dever, E.P., Kosro, P.M., Kilcher, L.K., Horner-Devine, A.R., Zaron, E.D., McCabe, R.M., Peterson, J.O., Orton, P.M., Pan, J., Lohan, M.C. (2010), River Influences on Shelf Ecosystems: Introduction and synthesis. Journal of Geophysical Research - Oceans, 15, Article Number: C00B17, doi: 10.1029/2009JC005452.
  • Olsen, N.S. and Shorrock, S.T. (2010). Reliability of the HFACS-ADF safety classification system. In M. Anderson (Ed.), Contemporary ergonomics and human factors 2010 (pp. 135-143). London: Taylor and Francis.
  • Shorrock, S.T. and Isaac, A. (2010). Mental imagery in air traffic control. International Journal of Aviation Psychology, 20 (4), 309-324.
  • McCabe, R.M., P. Estrade, J.H. Middleton, W.K. Melville, M. Roughan, and L. Lenain (2010), Temperature variability in a shallow, tidally-isolated coral reef lagoon, Journal of Geophysical Research - Oceans, 115, Article Number C12011, doi:10.1029/2009JC006023.
  • Bartsch, R. (2010). Aviation Law in Australia, Third Edition, Thomson Reuters: Pyrmont.
  • Chung, A. Z. Q. and Shorrock, S.T. (2010, April 19-22). Mind the gap: Research and practice in human factors / ergonomics. Paper presented at the 9th International Symposium of the Australian Aviation Psychology Association, Sydney, Australia.
  • Estrade, P. and Middleton, J.H. (2010) A numerical study of island wakes generated by an elliptical tidal flow, Continental Shelf Research, 30, 1120-1135.
  • Getley, I.L., Bennett, L.G., Lewis, B., Bennett, B., Dyer, C., Hands, A. (2010). Evaluation of new cosmic radiation monitors desinged for aircrew exposure assessment. SPACE WEATHER-The International Journal of Research and Applications, 8 (4), 1-6.
  • Middleton, J.H., Griffith, A.D. (2010). Simulations of separated flow over two-dimensional hills. Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics, 98, 155-160.
  • Du, W., Mitchell, R., Hayen, A., Finch, C. Hatfield, J. (2010). Databases for road traffic injury surveillance in New South Wales Australasian College of Road Safety, 21, 56-64.
  • Mitchell, R., Curtis, K., Watson, W., Nau, T. (2009). Age differences in fall-related injury hospitalisations and trauma presentations. Australasian Journal on Ageing, 29 (3), 117-125.
  • Mitchell, R., Williamson, A., Olivier J. (2009). Estimates of drowning morbidity and mortality adjusted for exposure to risk. Injury Prevention, 16 (4), 261-266.
  • Mitchell, R., Finch, C., Boufous, S. (2010). Counting organised sport injury cases: evidence of incomplete capture from routine hospital collections. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 13, 304-308.
  • Mitchell, R., Chong S. (2010). Comparison of injury-related hospitalised morbidity and mortality in urban and rural areas in Australia. Rural and Remote Health 10: 1326.
  • Drinkwater, J., & Molesworth, B. R. C. (2010). Pilot see, pilot do: Examining the predictors of pilots' risk management behaviour. Safety Science, 48, 1445-1451.
  • Estival, D., & Molesworth, B. R. C. (2010). Improving radio communication in general aviation: A preliminary investigation. Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology (pp. 137- 140), Sydney, AUS: ISBN 978-0-9751731-5-2.
  • McCarthy, T., & Molesworth, B. R. C. (2010). Pilot Error: A Comparison between Controlled and Non-Controlled Flight Environments. Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology (pp. 225 - 228), Sydney, AUS: ISBN 978-0-9751731-5-2.
  • Olsen, N.S. and Shorrock, S.T. (2010). Evaluation of the HFACS-ADF safety classification system: Inter-coder consensus and intra-coder consistency. Accident Analysis & Prevention,42(2), 437-444.
  • Prabhakharan, P. & Molesworth, B. R. C. & Hatfield, J. (2010). Personalising risk to reduce young driver speeding behaviour. Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology (pp. 221 - 224), Sydney, AUS: ISBN 978-0-9751731-5-2.
  • Shorrock, S.T. & Chung, A. Z. Q. (2010). Mind the gap: Research and practice in ergonomics and human factors. In M. Anderson (Ed.), Contemporary ergonomics and human factors 2010 (pp. 63-71). London: Taylor and Francis.
  • Shorrock, S.T. and Chung, A. (2010). The research-practice relationship in human factors and ergonomics: An international survey of practitioners (translated by V. Hermans). Tijdschrift voor Ergonomie, 35(1), 18-20.
  • Shorrock, S.T. and Chung, A. (2010). Human factors research and practice Part 1: Surveying the gap. The Ergonomist, February, 4-5.
  • Shorrock, S.T. and Chung, A. (2010). Human factors research and practice Part 2: Bridging the gap. The Ergonomist, March, 4-5.
  • Shorrock, S.T. and Chung, A. (2010). Human factors research and practice Part 3: Crossing the bridge. The Ergonomist, April, 6-7.
  • Stevenson, M., Sharwood, L., Wong, K., Elkington, J., Meuleners, L., Ivers, R., Grunstein, R., Williamson, A., Haworth, N., Norton, R. (2010). The Heavy Vehicle Study: a case-control study investigating risk factors for crash in long distance heavy vehicle drivers in Australia. BMC Public Health, 10 (162), 1-7.
  • Martiniuk, A., Ivers, R.Q., Glozier, N., Patton, G., Senserrick, T., Boufous, S., Lam, L., Williamson, A., Stevenson, M., Woodward, M., Norton, R. (2010).Does psychological distress increase the risk for motor vehicle crashes in young people? Findings from the DRIVE study. Journal of Adolescent Health, 47, 488-495.
  • Hobbs, A., Williamson, A., Van Dongen, H. (2010). A circadian rhythm in skill-based errors in aviation maintenance. Chronobiology International, 27 (6), 1304-1316.
  • Boufous, S., Ivers, R.O., Senserrick, T.,Stevenson, M., Norton, R., Williamson, A.(2010). Accuracy of self-report of road crash outcomes in a cohort of young drivers: The DRIVE Study. Injury Prevention, 16, 275-277.

2009

  • Koo, T.R., Wu, C. L., and Dwyer, L. M., (2009). The effects of affordable air transport on regional dispersal propensity of tourists: a logit analysis of the National Visitor Survey data. CAUTHE Working paper conference proceedings, Freemantle, WA.
  • Park, J. W., Robertson, R. and Wu, C. L., (2009). Modelling the Impact of Airline Service Quality and Marketing Variables on Passengers’ Future Behavioural Intentions. Transportation Planning and Technology, Vol. 35, No. 2, pp. 441-460.
  • Regan, M. A., Lintern, G., Hutchinson, R. and Turetschek, C. (2009). Using Cognitive Work Analysis to derive recommendations for improving motorcycle and scooter riding safety. Report for European Commission. Deliverable 5 of Work Package 2 of 2-Wheeler Behaviour and Safety (2-BE-SAFE) project. Brussels: European Commission.
  • Golias, J., Yannis, G., Vlahogianni, E., Spyropoulou, I., Phan, V., Regan, M., Saleh, P., Winkelbauer, M., Voelker, T., Brandstaetter, C., Hegewald, A., Diez, J., Leden, L., Chattington, M. and Basacik, D. (2009). Risk factors of Powered-Two-Wheelers Safety: State-of-the-Art Report. Report for European Commission 2-Wheeler Behaviour and Safety Project, (2-BE-SAFE) project. Brussels: European Commission.
  • Jamson, S., Chorlton, K., Gelau, C., Schindhelm, R., Johansson, E., Sofi Karlsson, A., Metz, B., Tadei, R., Benmimoun, M., Val, C., Regan, M., Wilschut, E. & Brouwer, R. (2009). Experimental procedures. Report for European Commission. Deliverable 4.2 of European Large-Scale Field Operational Test on Active Safety Systems (euroFOT) project. Brussels: European Commission.
  • Regan, M.A., Young, K L. and Lee, J.D. (2009). Introduction. In Regan, M.A., Lee, J.D. & Young, K. (Eds) (2009). Driver distraction: Theory, Effects and Mitigation. Florida, USA: CRC Press (Chapter 1).
  • Lee, J.D, Young, K L. and Regan, M.A. (2009). Defining Driver Distraction. In Regan, M.A., Lee, J.D. & Young, K. (Eds) (2009). Driver distraction: Theory, Effects and Mitigation. Florida, USA: CRC Press (Chapter 3).
  • Lee, J.D, Regan, M.A. and Young, K.L (2009). What drives distraction? Driver distraction as a breakdown of multi-level control. In Regan, M.A., Lee, J.D. & Young, K. (Eds) (2009). Driver distraction: Theory, Effects and Mitigation. Florida, USA: CRC Press (Chapter 4).
  • Young, K.L, Regan, M.A. and Lee, J.D (2009). Measuring the Effects of Driver Distraction: Direct Driving Performance Methods and Measures. In Regan, M.A., Lee, J.D. & Young, K. (Eds) (2009). Driver distraction: Theory, Effects and Mitigation. Florida, USA: CRC Press (Chapter 7).
  • Bayly, M., Regan, M.A. and Young, K. (2009). Sources of distraction inside the vehicle and their effects on driving performance. In Regan, M.A., Lee, J.D. & Young, K. (Eds) (2009). Driver distraction: Theory, Effects and Mitigation. Florida, USA: CRC Press (Chapter 12).
  • Salmon, P., Young, K L. and Regan, M.A. (2009). Distraction and public transport: a case study of bus driver distraction. In Regan, M.A., Lee, J.D. & Young, K. (Eds) (2009). Driver distraction: Theory, Effects and Mitigation. Florida, USA: CRC Press (Chapter 14).
  • Regan, M.A., Young, K L, Lee, J.D. and Gordon, C. (2009) Sources of driver distraction. In Regan, M.A., Lee, J.D. & Young, K. (Eds) (2009). Driver distraction: Theory, Effects and Mitigation. Florida, USA: CRC Press (Chapter 15).
  • Young, K L. and Regan, M.A. (2009). Driver distraction exposure research: A summary of findings. In Regan, M.A., Lee, J.D. & Young, K. (Eds) (2009). Driver distraction: Theory, Effects and Mitigation. Florida, USA: CRC Press (Chapter 18).
  • Young, K.L, Regan, M.A. and Lee, J.D (2009). Factors moderating the impact of distraction on driving performance and safety. In Regan, M.A., Lee, J.D. & Young, K. (Eds) (2009). Driver distraction: Theory, Effects and Mitigation. Florida, USA: CRC Press (Chapter 19).
  • Horberry, T & Regan, M.A. and Edquist, J. (2009). Driver distraction from roadside advertising: the clash of road safety evidence, highway authority guidelines and commercial advertising pressure. In the electronic proceedings of the First International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention, Gothenburg, Sweden, 28-29 September.
  • Mitsopoulos-Rubens, E., Triggs, T., & Regan, M. (2009). Comparing the gap acceptance and turn time patterns of novice with experienced drivers for turns across traffic. Proceedings of Driver Assessment 2009 - 5th International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training, and Vehicle Design, Big Sky Resort, Big Sky, Montana USA June 22-26, 2009.
  • Regan, M.A. & Richardson, J.H. (2009). Planning and implementing Field Operational Tests of Intelligent Transport Systems: a Checklist derived from the EC FESTA project. IET Intelligent Transport Systems, Vol 3 (2), pp 168-184. (ERA rank – C)
  • Young, K. L., Regan, M.A., Triggs, T.J., and Jontof-Hutter, K. (2009). Intelligent Speed Adaptation: Effects on experienced and inexperienced drivers’ behaviour and acceptability. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 42(3), pp 935-943. (ERA rank - A*)
  • Hosking, S.G, Young, K.L, and Regan, M.A. (2009). The effects of text-messaging on young drivers. Human Factors, Vol 51 (4), 582-592. (ERA rank - A)
  • Regan, M.A., Young, K L. and Lee, J.D. (2009). Driver distraction injury prevention countermeasures: Part 1 – Data collection, legislation and enforcement, vehicle fleet management and driver licensing. In Regan, M.A., Lee, J.D. & Young, K. (Eds) (2009). Driver distraction: Theory, Effects and Mitigation. Florida, USA: CRC Press (Chapter 30)
  • Regan, M.A., Lee, J.D. and Young, K L. (2009). Driver distraction injury prevention countermeasures: Part 2 – Education and training. In Regan, M.A., Lee, J.D. & Young, K. (Eds) (2009). Driver distraction: Theory, Effects and Mitigation. Florida, USA: CRC Press (Chapter 31).
  • Regan, M.A., Victor, T., Lee, J.D. and Young, K L. (2009). Driver distraction injury prevention countermeasures: Part 3 – Vehicle and technology design and road design. In Regan, M.A., Lee, J.D. & Young, K. (Eds) (2009). Driver distraction: Theory, Effects and Mitigation. Florida, USA: CRC Press (Chapter 32).
  • Regan, M.A., Young, K L. and Lee, J.D. (2009). Conclusions. In Regan, M.A., Lee, J.D. & Young, K. (Eds) (2009). Driver distraction: Theory, Effects and Mitigation. Florida, USA: CRC Press (Chapter 34).
  • Douglas, I.R. (2009). Experiential Learning:A ‘hands-on’ Approach to A Running A Management-Consulting Class. Academy of Taiwan Business Management Review, 5, 2, pp. 154-158
  • McCabe, R.M., MacCready, P. (2009), Ebb-Tide Dynamics and Spreading of a Large River Plume, Journal of Physical Oceanography, 39(11), 2839-2856, doi: 10.1175/2009JPO4061.1.
  • Choi J.K. (2009) Evaluating competitiveness of air cargo express services. Transportation Research Part E - Logistics and Transportation Review, 45, 321-334.
  • Dunn, N. & Williamson, A. (2009). Mitigating the effects of monotony: The role of task complexity. Proceedings of 3rd International Conference on Rail Human Factors. Lille, France.
  • Marchesiello P., Estrade P. (2009) Eddy activity and mixing in upwelling systems: a comparative study of Northwest Africa and California regions. International Journal of Earth Sciences, 98, 299-308.
  • Koo, T., Wu, C.L., & Dwyer, L. (2009) The Ground Travel Mode Choices of Air Arrivals at Regional Destinations: The significance of tourism attributes and destination contexts. Research in Transportation Economics, 1-10.
  • Koo, T., Wu, C.L., & Dwyer, L. (2009) Transport and Regional Dispersal of Tourists: Is Modal Substitution a Source of Conflict between Low-Fare Air Services and Regional Dispersal? Journal of Travel Research first published on June 17, 2009 as doi:10.1177/0047287509336468
  • Baird M.E., Middleton J.H., Macdonald H. (2009) Effect of wind on continental shelf carbon fluxes off southeast Australia: A numerical model. Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 114.
  • Mitchell R., McClure R., Olivier J., Watson W. (2009) Rational allocation of Australia's research dollars: Does the distribution of NHMRC funding by National Health Priority Area reflect actual disease burden? Medical Journal of Australia, 191 (11/12), 648-652.
  • McKenzie K., Mitchell R., Scott D. Harrison J. McClure R. (2009) The quality of information on work-related injuries available from hospitalisation data in Australia Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 33 (4), 332-338.
  • Green S., Campbell E., Barnett L., Mitchell R., Radvan D., Van Buerden E. (2009) Promoting a team ball game (Lifeball) to older people in a rural setting: who does this game attract, and who continues? Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 20 (2), 120-126.
  • Mitchell R., Finch C., Boufous S., Browne G. (2009) Examination of Triage Nurse Text Narratives to Identify Sports Injury Cases in Emergency Department Presentations. International Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion, 16 (3), 153-157.
  • Mitchell R., Williamson A., O’Connor R. (2009) Development of an evaluation framework for injury surveillance systems. BMC Public Health, 9:260.
  • Voukelatos A., Mitchell R. (2009) Patterns of physical violence in youth: the experience of 16 to 25 year olds. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 20 (1), 26-30.
  • Chong S., Mitchell R. (2009) Use of mapping to identify priority areas for prevention of home injuries. International Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion, 16 (1), 35-40.
  • Long J., Mitchell R. (2009) Hospitalised eye injuries in New South Wales, Australia. Open Epidemiology, 2, 1-7.
  • Kehoe, J., Molesworth, B.R.C., & Tsang, M, (2009). Do Rehearsal and Reminders Increase Safety Compliance? Only a Little. Abstract presented at the Defence Human Sciences Symposium. Melbourne, AUS: DSTO.
  • Estival, D., & Molesworth, B.R.C. (2009). Aviation Communication in Language Technologies. Abstract presented for speed paper at HCSNet. Sydney, AUS: HCSNet.
  • Estival, D., & Molesworth, B.R.C. (2009). A Study of EL2 Pilots’ Radio Communication in the General Aviation Environment. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 32 (3), 24.1-24.16.
  • Molesworth, B.R.C., & Chang, B. (2009). Predicting Pilots Risk-Taking Behavior Through an Implicit Association Test. Proceedings of the 47th Annual SAFE Symposium, San Diego CA.
  • Molesworth, B.R.C., & Chang, B. (2009). Predicting Pilots Risk-Taking Behavior Through an Implicit Association Test. Human Factors, 51, 845-857.
  • Shorrock, S.T.(2009). Errors of memory in air traffic control. In R. Key Dismukes (Ed.), Human error in aviation. Ashgate, Aldershot.
  • Williamson, A., Bohle, P., Quinlan, M., Kennedy, D. (2009). Short Trips and Long Days: Safety and Health in Short-Haul Trucking. Industrial and Labor Relations
  • Review, 62, (3) 415-439.
  • Boufous, S., Williamson, A. (2009) Factors affecting the severity of work related traffic crashes in drivers receiving a worker's compensation claim. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 41, 467-473.
  • Chen, H., Ivers, R., Martiniuk, A., Boufous, S., Senserrick, T., Woodward, M., Stevenson, M.D., Williamson, A., Norton, R.S. (2009) Risk and type of crash among young drivers by rurality of residence: Findings from the DRIVE Study. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 41, 676-682.
  • Williamson, A., Lombardi, D. Folkard, S., Stutt, J., Courtney, TK., Connor, JL. (2009) The link between fatigue and safety, Accident Analysis and Prevention, 43 (2), 498-515.
  • Martiniuk, A., Ivers, R., Glozier, N., Patton, G.C., Lam, L.T., Boufous, S., Senserrick, T., Williamson, A., Stevenson, M., Norton, R. (2009) Self-harm and risk of motor vehicle crashes among young drivers: findings from the DRIVE Study. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 181, 807-812.
  • Williamson, A. (2009). The Relationship Between Driver Fatigue and Driver Distraction, In ML. Regan, JD. Lee, KL. Young (Eds) Driver Distraction: Theory, Effects, and Mitigation, Baton Rouge: CRC Press, pp 383-392.

2008

  • O'Hare, D., Mullen, N. Wiggins, M., & Molesworth, B. (2008). Finding the right case: The role of predictive features in memory for aviation accidents. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 22 (8), 1163-1180.
  • Wu, C. L. (2008). Delay Propagation Modeling And The Implications In Robust Airline Schedulin, Washington DC, Transportation Research Board (peer reviewed).
  • Koo, T.R., Wu, C. L., and Dwyer, L. M., 2008. Affordable airservices and regional dispersal of tourists beyond the gateways, CAUTHE Working Paper Conference Proceedings, Gold Coast, Queensland.
  • Barnard, Y., Mononen, P., Rama, P., Luoma, J., Andreone, L., Gasser, T. M., Gelau, C., Regan, M., Richardson, J., Carsten, O. and De Kievit, M. (2008). FOT requirements, legal aspects, planning and development. Report for European Commission. Deliverable D6.3 of Field Operation Test Support Action (FESTA) project. Brussels: European Commission.
  • Kircher, K., Gelau, C., Vierkötter, M., Rakic, M., Bärgman, J., Kotiranta, R., Victor, T., Regan, M., Saad, F., Engel, R., Page, Y., Rognin, L., Brouwer, R., Feenstra, P., Hogema, J., Malone, K. and Minett, C. (2008). A Comprehensive Framework of Performance Indicators and their Interaction. Report for European Commission. Deliverable 2.1 of Field Operation Test Support Action (FESTA) project. Brussels: European Commission.
  • Regan, M., Richardson, J., Anttila, V., Flament, M., Franzen, S., Gasser, T., Gelau, C., Hjalmdahl, M., Kircher, K., Lassarre, S., Mononen, P., Rama, P., Saad, F. and Schindhelm, R. (2008). Planning and Running a Field Operational Test: FOT Implementation Plan. Report for European Commission. Deliverable 2.5 of Field Operation Test Support Action (FESTA) project. Brussels: European Commission.
  • Young, K.L., Regan, M.A., Triggs, T.J., Stephan, K, Mitsopoulos, E, & Tomasevic, N. (2008). Field Operational Test of a Seatbelt Reminder System: Effects on Driver Behaviour and Acceptance, Transportation Research, Part F, Traffic Behaviour and Psychology, 11, 434–444. (ERA rank - C)
  • Lenné, M.G., Mulvihill, C., Triggs, T.J., Regan, M.A. & Corben, B.F. (2008). In-vehicle technology to improve the safety of driver interactions with emergency vehicles. Human Factors, 50 (1), 135-144. (ERA rank - A)
  • Walsh, K.D. & D.T. Tan (2008). Monetary Policy Surprises and the Australian Bank Bill Term Premium. Australian Journal of Management, 33, 2, pp. 231-260.
  • Shorrock, S.T. and Murphy, D (2008). Empathy: a humanistic take on human factors. The Ergonomist, October, 10-11.
  • Hong, H. & Williamson, A.(2008). Speed and Accuracy: A Complex Interplay in Skill Development. In proceedings of Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Conference, New York, September, 2008.
  • Hong, H. & Williamson, A.(2008). The effects of Distraction on Errors during Skilled Performance. In Proceedings of Australasian Society for Experimental Psychology Conference, Perth, March, 2008.
  • Mitchell R., McClure R., Williamson A., McKenzie K. (2008) Implementing the national priorities for injury surveillance. Medical Journal of Australia, 188 (7), 405-408.
  • Mitchell R., Williamson A. (2008) Examining the burden of work-related hospitalised injuries: definitional issues. Injury Prevention, 14, 101-105.
  • Mitchell R., McClure R., Driscoll T. (2008) Refining estimates of hospitalised work-related injury in NSW, 2000-01 to 2004-05. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Occupational Health and Safety 24 (1), 33-42.
  • Mitchell R., Boufous S., Finch C. (2008) Sport/leisure injuries in New South Wales: Trends in sport/leisure injury hospitalisations (2003-2005) and the prevalence of non-hospitalised injuries (2005). Sydney: NSW Injury Risk Management Research Centre.
  • Molesworth, B., & Young, R. (2008). Caffeine: Mitigating the effects of fatigue on the flight deck? Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 52nd Annual Meeting (pp. 1-5). New York. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. ISBN 978-0-945289-32-6.
  • Park, J.W., Robertson, R. and Wu, C.L.,(2008). Modelling the Impact of Airline Service Quality and Marketing Variables on Passengers' Future Behavioural Intentions. Transportations Planning and Technology, Vol.X (under review by TP&T).
  • Clark, S.O., Shorrock, S.T. and Turley, N. (2008). Human factors safety assurance for changing ATM systems. In F. Redmill and T. Anderson (Eds), Improvements in System Safety. London: Springer.
  • Boufous, S., Finch, C., Hayen, A., Williamson, A. (2008). The impact of environmental, vehicle, and driver characteristics on injury severity in older drivers hospitalised as a result of a traffic crash. Journal of Safety Research. 39; 65-72.
  • Friswell, R., Williamson, A. (2008). Exploratory study of fatigue in light and short haul transport drivers in NSW, Australia. Accident Analysis and Prevention. 40(1):
  • 410-417.
  • Muller, R., Carter, A., Williamson, A. (2008). Epidemiological diagnosis of Occupational fatigue in a fly-in-fly-out operation of the mineral industry. Annals of Occupational Hygiene. 52(1): 63-72.
  • Schmertmann, M., Williamson, A., Black, D. (2008). Stable age pattern supports role of development in unintentional childhood poisoning. Injury Prevention. 14(1): 30-33.
  • Williamson, A., Friswell, R. (2008) Time of day or sleep deprivation: What is more important for fatigue and performance. Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium of the Australian Aviation Psychology Association, Sydney, Australia, 8-11th April.
  • Wu, C.L. and Carson, D. (2008). Tourist Dispersal Analysis Framework And Its Application In Multiple Destination Travel. Journal of Travel Research, Vol. 46, pp. 311-317.
  • Wu, C.L. (2008). Monitoring Aircraft Turnaround Operations - Framework Develpoment, Application and Implications for Airline Operations. Transportation Planning and Technology, Vol. 31, No2, pp. 215-228.
  • Wu, C.L. (2008). The Implicit Influence of Scheduling Considerations on the Operational Reliability of Airline Networks (under review by JATM).

2007

  • Wu, C. L. (2007). The Implication of Airline Schedule Planning Considerations On The Robustness of Schedule Operations. INSTR, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. (peer-reviewed)
  • Wu, C. L. (2007). Delay Propagation Modeling And The Implications On Robust Airline Scheduling. ATRS (peer-reviewed), Berkeley California. USA.
  • Koo, T., Wu, C. L. and Dwyer, L. (2007). Low Cost Carriers, Transport Mode Choice and Regional Tourism Destinations in Australia. Air Transportation Research Society annual conference (ATRS, peer-reviewed), Berkeley CA, US.
  • Regan, M.A. & Richardson, J. (2007). Planning and Running a Field Operational Test. FESTA Handbook (Chapter 2). Brussels: European Commission.
  • Young, K.L., Salmon, P., and Regan, M. (2007). Driver distraction in public transport. In the Proceedings of the 2007 Australasian Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 17-19 October, 2007.
  • Regan, M., Triggs, T., Mitsopoulos-Rubens, E., Symmons, M., & Tomasevic, N. (2007). Driving simulator evaluation of a vehicle rear-mounted heavy braking light with and without distraction. Proceedings of the 4th International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training and Vehicle Design. Stevenson, Washington, USA, July 9-12.
  • Mitsopoulos-Rubens, E., Triggs, T., & Regan, M. (2007). Examining young novice driver headway choice in a simulated car following task. Proceedings of Driver Assessment 2007 - 4th International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training, and Vehicle Design, Stevenson, Washington, USA, July 9-12, 2007.
  • Young, K.L., Regan, M.A., Triggs, T.J., Tomasevic, N., Stephan, K., & Mitsopoulos, E. (2007). Impact on Car Driving Performance of a Following Distance Warning System: Findings from the Australian Transport Accident Commission SafeCar Project. Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems, Technology, Planning, and Operations, Volume 11, Issue 3, 121-131. (ERA rank - C)
  • Regan, M.A., Young, K., Triggs, T., Tomasevic, N., Mitsopoulos, E., Tierney, p., Healy, d., Connelly, K and Tingvall, C. (2007). Effects on driving performance of In-Vehicle Intelligent Transport Systems: Final Results of the Australian TAC SafeCar Project. Journal of the Australasian College of Road Safety, 18, (1), 23-30. (ERA rank - C)
  • Regan, M., Stephan, K., Mitsopoulos, E., Triggs, T., Young, K. & Tomasevic, N. (2007). The effect on driver workload, attitudes and acceptability of in-vehicle Intelligent Transport Systems : Selected results from the TAC SafeCar project. Journal of the Australasian College of Road Safety, 18, (1), 30-36. (ERA rank - C)
  • Horberry, T., Regan, M.A and Toukhsati, S.R. (2007). Airport ramp safety and intelligent transport systems. IET Intelligent Transport Systems, 1 (4), 234-240. (ERA rank - C)
  • Salmon, P. M, Regan, M., Lenne, M. G., Stanton, N. & Young, K. (2007). Work domain analysis and intelligent transport systems: Implications for vehicle design. International Journal of Vehicle Design: Special Issue of Human Factors and Vehicle Design, 45 (3), pp 426-448. (ERA rank - A)
  • Young, K.L., & Regan, M.A. (2007). Use of manual speed alerting and cruise control devices by car drivers. Safety Science, 45, 473–485. (ERA rank - A)
  • Douglas, I.R. 2007. Deregulating ASEAN aviation: Opportunities for value-based carriers. Academy of Taiwan Business Management Review, 3, 3, pp. 1-8.
  • Caska, T.J., & Molesworth, B.R.C. (2007). The effects of low dose caffeine on pilot performance. International Journal of Applied Aviation Studies, 7, (2), 244-255
  • Douglas, I.R. (2007). Deregulation ASEAN Aviation Opportunities for value-based carriers. Academy of Taiwan Business Management Review. Taiwan Institute of Business Administration, Vol.3, (3), 1-8
  • Douglas, I.R. (2007). Managing consulting: delivering work-ready students through experiential learning, ATN Evaluation and Assessment Conference, QUT
  • Drinkwater, J., & Molesworth, B. (2007). Risk management of Australian General Aviation pilots. Intermodal Conference on Safety Management and Human Factors. Sydney, AUS.
  • Todd, M. & Falconer, B.T. (2007). The Human Factor benefits and limitations of civil and military night vision goggle operations. Human Factors and Aerospace Safety, Ashgate, Editors: D. Harris & H.C. Muir, Vol.6, (1), 71-85
  • Falconer, B.T. (2007). Night vision googles & safety: Where is the regulatory guidance? Aviation Business Magazine, Yaffa Publishing, Editors: Doug Nancarrow, Vol. June, 40-41
  • Getley, I.L., Bennett, L.G., Boudreau, M., Lewis, B.J., Green, A.R., Butler, A., Takada, M. and Nakamura, T. (2007). Comparative Measurements of Cosmic Radiation Monitors for Aircrew Exposure Assesment. Advances in Geosciences, Vol.8. Solar Terrestrail (ST). World Scientific Publishing.
  • Johnson, A.M., Parker, S.K., Hong, H. & Collins, C.G. (2007). The effect of an APN on the workload and job characteristics of junior doctors: A collaborative approach to patient care. In proceedings of Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management, Sydney, October, 2007.
  • Mitchell R., Schmertmann M., Sherker S. (2007) Trends and future projections of child injury in NSW: a tool for advocacy? Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, published in earlyonline.
  • Mitchell R., Sherker S., Cavanagh M., Eager D. (2007) Falls from playground equipment: will the new Australia playground safety standard make a difference and how will we tell? Australian Journal of Health Promotion, 18 (2), 98-104.
  • Mitchell R., Haddrill K. (2007) WHO Safe Communities: do we need to expand the definition of 'community'? International Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion, 14 (1), 60-63.
  • Molesworth, B.R. & Wiggins, M. (2007). Improving the Retention of Skills During Training. Proceedings of the 45th Annual SAFE Symposium. Reno, NV: SAFE Association.
  • O'Hare, D., Mullen, N. Wiggins, M., & Molesworth, B. (2007). Finding the right case: The role of predictive features in memory for aviation accidents. Applied Cognitive Psychology. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 22 (8), 1163-1180.
  • Shorrock, S.T. (2007). Book review of "Hollnagal, E. (2004). Barriers and Accident Prevention. Aldershot: Ashgate". Ergonomics, 50, (6), 961-962
  • Shorrock, S.T. (2007) Errors of perception in air traffic control. Safety Science; 45, 890-904.
  • Shorrock, S.T., Springall, L. and Dolan, A. (2007). The realities of human risk assessment: Lessons learned from the application of HERTES to the new Heatrow control tower. Paper presented to the Eurocontrol Annual Safety R&D Seminar, Rome, 24-26 October.
  • Shorrock, S.T. and Isaac, A. (2007). Mental imagery in air traffic control. In P.D. Bust (Ed.), Contemporary Ergonomics 2007. London: Taylor and Francis, pp. 35-40.
  • Shorrock, S.T. and Murphy, D.J. (2007). The role of empathy in ergonomics consulting. In P.D. Bust (Ed.),Contemporary Ergonomics 2007. London: Taylor and Francis, pp. 107-112.
  • Williamson, A. (2007). Using self-report measures in neurobehavioural toxicology: Can they be trusted? Neurotoxicology. 28(2): 227-234.
  • Williamson, A. (2007). Predictors of psychostimulant use by long-distance truck drivers. American Journal of Epidemiology. 166(11): 1320-1326.
  • Williamson, A., Boufous, S. (2007). A data matching study of the role of fatigue in work-related areas. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and
  • Behaviour. 10F (3): 242-253.
  • Williamson, A., Feyer, A.M., Mattick, R.P., Friswell, R., Finlay-Brown, S. (2007). Developing measures of fatigue using an alcohol comparison to validate the effects of fatigue on performance. Accident Analysis and Prevention. 33: 313-326.
  • Baysari, M.T., McIntosh, A.S., Williamson, A.M., Caponecchia, C., Dunn, N., Spring, P. & Wilson, J.R. (2007). Rail safety and reliability: A human factors/ergonomics approach. Ergonomics Australia, 21 (4), December 07 / January 08, 14-21.
  • Tannock, J. and Wu, C.L. (2007). A Special Issue on: Computer Simulation in Transportation Research. (Editorial) World Review of Intermodal Transportation Research, Vol. 1, No4, pp. 339-342.

2006

  • Wu, C. L. (2006). Sequential optimisation. ATRS, Nagoya, Japan. (peer-reviewed)
  • Salmon, P., Regan, M.A., & Johnston, I. (2006). Human Error and road transport: Phase two – a framework for an error tolerant road transport system. Monash University Accident Research Centre Report 257. MUARC: Melbourne, Australia.
  • Hosking, S., Young, K. & Regan, M. (2006). The effects of text messaging on young novice driver performance. Monash University Accident Research Centre Report 246. MUARC: Melbourne, Australia.
  • Bayly, M., Regan, M. & Hosking, S. (2006) Intelligent Transport Systems and motorcycle safety, Monash University Accident Research Centre, Report No. 260.
  • Regan, M., Triggs, T., Young, K., Tomasevic, N., Mitsopoulos, E., Stephan, K., and Tingvall, C. (2006). On-Road Evaluation of Intelligent Speed Adaptation, Following Distance Warning and Seatbelt Reminder Systems: Final Results of the Australian TAC SafeCar Project. Volume 1: Report. Monash University Accident Research Centre Report 253. MUARC: Melbourne, Australia.
  • Regan, M., Triggs, T., Young, K., Tomasevic, N., Mitsopoulos, E., Stephan, K., and Tingvall, C. (2006). On-Road Evaluation of Intelligent Speed Adaptation, Following Distance Warning and Seatbelt Reminder Systems: Final Results of the Australian TAC SafeCar Project. Volume 2: Appendices. Monash University Accident Research Centre Report 253. MUARC: Melbourne, Australia.
  • Stephan, K., Hosking, S., Regan, M.A., Verdoorn, A., Young, K., & Haworth, N. (2006). The relationship between driving performance and the Johns Drowsiness Scale as measured by the Optalert system. Monash University Accident Research Centre Report 252. MUARC: Melbourne, Australia.
  • Horberry, T., Regan, M.A and Toukhsati, S.R. (2006). Airport ramp safety and intelligent transport systems. In proceedings of the 2006 ITS World Congress. London.
  • Edquist, J., Johnston, I., Regan, M., & Horberry, T. (2006). Visual clutter in the road environment and its effects on drivers. Proceedings of the Vision in Vehicles Conference, Dublin, UK, July.
  • Lenné, M., Ashby, K., & Regan, M. (2006). Analysis of general aviation insurance data using HFACS to support development of the AVSAFE database. Proceedings of the 27th Conference of the European Association for Aviation Psychology, Potsdam, September 24-28, 2006.
  • Lenné, M., Salmon, P., Regan, M., Haworth, N., & Fotheringham, N. (2006). Using Aviation Insurance Data to Enhance General Aviation Safety: Phase 1 Feasibility Study. Proceedings of the Swinburne University Multi-modal Symposium on Human Factors and Safety Management, February 8-9 2006.
  • Lenné, M. G., Ashby, K., Regan, M., & Dell, G. (2006). The AVSAFE project: Incorporating the assessment of human error into the analysis of general aviation insurance data. Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium of the Australian Aviation Psychology Association, Sydney, Australia November 9-12.
  • Mitsopoulos, E., Triggs, T., and Regan, M. (2006). Examining novice driver calibration through novel use of a driving simulator. In the proceedings of the SimTect 2006 conference, 29 May-1 June, Melbourne, Australia.
  • Regan, M., Young, K., Triggs, T., Tomasevic, N., Mitsopoulos, E., Tierney, P., Healey, D., Tingvall, C, & Stephan, K. (2006). Impact on driving performance of Intelligent Speed Adaptation, Following Distance Warning and Seatbelt Reminder Systems: Key findings from the TAC SafeCar project. IEE Proceedings Intelligent Transport Systems, 53, (1), pp 51-62.
  • Horberry, T., Gunatilaka, A.H, & Regan, M.A (2006). Intelligent Transport Systems for Industrial Mobile Equipment Safety. Journal of Occupational Health and Safety, Australia and New Zealand, 22(4), pp 323-334. (ERA rank - C)
  • Regan, M.A. (2006). Preventing traffic accidents by mobile phone users. Medical Journal of Australia. (Invited Editorial), 185 (11/12): 628-629. (www.mja.com.au/public/issues/185_11_041206/reg10958_fm.html) (ERA rank - A)
  • Horberry, T., Anderson, J., and Regan, M.A. (2006) The possible safety benefits of enhanced road markings: a driving simulator evaluation. Transportation Research, Part F, 9, 77-87. (ERA rank - C)
  • Horberry, T., Anderson, J., Regan, M.A., Triggs, T.J., & Brown, J. (2006). Driver Distraction: The Effects of Concurrent In-Vehicle Tasks, Road Environment Complexity and Age on Driving Performance. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 38, 185-191. (ERA rank – A*)
  • Horberry, T., Regan, M.A., and Anderson, J. (2006). Human Factors in Land Transport. In Waldemar Karwowski (Ed.). International Encyclopaedia of Ergonomics and Human Factors.(2nd Edition), pp 1944- 1951. Boca Raton, FL, USA: Taylor & Francis.
  • Lenné, M., Salmon, P., Regan, M., Haworth, N., & Fotheringham, N. (2006). Using Aviation Insurance Data to Enhance General Aviation Safety: Phase One Feasibility Study. In J.M. Anca Jr (Ed). Multimodal Safety Management and Human Factors: Crossing the Borders of Medical, Aviation, Road and Rail Industries. pp 73-82. Burlington, USA: Ashgate. (Chapter 8).
  • Regan, M.A. & Young, K. (2006). Advanced Driver Assistance Systems and Road Safety: the Human Factor. In J. M. Anca Jr (Ed). Multimodal Safety Management and Human Factors: Crossing the Borders of Medical, Aviation, Road and Rail Industries. Burlington, USA: Ashgate. (Chapter 21), pp 233- 244
  • Young & Regan (2006). Driver Distraction: Review of the literature and suggestions for countermeasure development. In J. M. Anca Jr (Ed). Multimodal Safety Management and Human Factors: Crossing the Borders of Medical, Aviation, Road and Rail Industries. Burlington, USA: Ashgate. (Chapter 25), pp 279-290
  • Salmon, P., Regan, M., & Johnston, I. (2006). Managing road user error in Australia: Where are we now, where are we going and how are we going to get there?. In J.M. Anca Jr (Ed). Multimodal Safety Management and Human Factors: Crossing the Borders of Medical, Aviation, Road and Rail Industries.. Burlington, USA: Ashgate. (Chapter 13), pp 143-156
  • Falconer, B.T. (2006) Human Factors and the QFI: Developing Tools Through Experience. In Proceedings of the Multimodal Symposium on Safety Management and Human Factors, February 9-10, Melbourne, Australia. Melbourne, Aus: Swinburne University of Technology.
  • Falconer, B.T. (2006) Safety means participating (except for Managers): Results of a study in aviation safety. In Proceedings of the European Aviation Safety Seminar, March 13-15, Athens, Greece. Virginia, USA: Flight Safety Foundation.
  • Falconer, B.T. and Reid, C. (2006) Overcoming the short-medium term problems of fleet transition: the expectation and achievement of economic gains. In Proceedings of the Multimodal Symposium on Safety Management and Human Factors, February 9-10, Melbourne, Australia. Melbourne, Aus : Swinburne University of Technology.
  • Mitchell R., Hayen A. (2006) Injury-related hospital admissions: getting more out of being struck. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 9 (6), 498-505.
  • Mitchell R., McClure R. (2006) The development of national injury prevention policy in the Australian health sector and the unmet challenges of participation and implementation. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Health Policy, 3, 11 (23 October 2006).
  • Hayen A., Mitchell R. (2006) A description of interpersonal violence-related hospitalisations in NSW. NSW Public Health Bulletin, 17 (1-2), 8-12.
  • Van Weerdenburg K., Mitchell R., Wallner F. (2006) Backyard swimming pool safety inspections: a comparison of management approaches and compliance levels in three local government areas in NSW. Australian Journal of Health Promotion 17 (1), 37-42.
  • Mitchell R., Cavanagh M., Eager D. (2006) Not all risk is bad, playgrounds as a learning environment for children. International Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion, 13 (2), 122-124.
  • Mitchell R. (Ed) Kidsafe 4th National Playground Conference Proceedings. 21-23 August 2006. Kidsafe NSW: Manly.
  • Haddrill K., Mitchell R. (2006) SafeWaters Water Safety Campaign in New South Wales, Australia. In Bierens J (Ed) Handbook on Drowning. Prevention, Rescue, Treatment. Springer, New York, p120-121.
  • Hayen A., Mitchell R. (2006) NSW Injury Profile: A Review of Injury Hospitalisations During 1989-90 to 2003-04. Sydney: NSW Injury Risk Management Research Centre.
  • Molesworth, B., & Wiggins, M. (2006) Limitation of Skill Generalisation Beyond Training. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 50th Annual Meeting (pp. 2620-2623). San Francisco, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. ISBN 978-0-945289-29-6.
  • Molesworth, B., Wiggins, M., & O’Hare. D (2006) Improving Pilots’ Risk Assessment Skills in Low-Flying Operations: The Role of Feedback and Experience. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 38, 954-960.
  • Park, J. W., Robertson, R. and Wu, C. L. (2006) The effects of individual dimensions of airline service quality: findings from Australian domestic air passengers. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management, Vol. 13. No. 2.
  • Park, J. W., Robertson, R. and Wu, C. L.(2006) Modelling the Impact of Airline Service Quality and Marketing Variables on Passengers’ Future Behavioural Intentions. Transportation Planning and Technology, Vol. 29, No. 5, pp. 359-381.
  • Shorrock, S.T. (2006) Technique for the retrospective and predictive analysis of human error (TRACEr and TRACEr-lite). Accepted for publication in W. Karwowski(Ed.) International Encyclopedia of Ergonomics and Human Factors (2nd Edition). London: Taylor and Francis.
  • Shorrock, S.T. and Straeter, O. (2006) Managing system disturbances: human factors issues. Accepted for publication in W. Karwowski (Ed.) International Encyclopedia of Ergonomics and Human Factors (2nd Edition). London: Taylor and Francis.
  • Shorrock, S.T. and Woldring, M. (2006) The Human Factors Case: A framework for human factor integration. In W. Karwowski (Ed.) International Encyclopedia of Ergonomics and Human Factors (2nd Edition). London: Taylor and Francis.
  • Shorrock, S.T. and Straeter O. (2006) A framework for managing system disturbances and insights from air traffic management. Ergonomics, 49 (12-13), 1326-44.
  • Shorrock, S.T., Young, M., Faulkner, J. (2006). Seeking and finding organizational accident causes: Comments on the Swiss cheese model.Aviation Safety letter, Issue 2. Ottawa ON: Transport Canada.
  • Boufous, S., Williamson, A. (2006). Work-related traffic crashes: A record linkage study. Accident Analysis and Prevention. 38(1): 14-21.
  • Ivers, R.Q., Blows, S.J., Stevenson, M.R., Norton, R.N., Williamson, A., Eisenbruch, M., Woodward, M., Lam, L., Palamara, P., Wang, J. (2006). A cohort study of 20822 young drivers: The DRIVE study methods and population. Injury Prevention. 12(6): 385-389.
  • Williamson, A.(2006) Feasibility study of a water safety data collection for beaches. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport. 9(3): 243-248.
  • Williamson, A., Gilchrist, J. (2006). Data registration and life saving organisations. In J. Bierens (Ed.) Handbook on Drowning: Prevention, Rescue, Treatment. WHO Publication, pp.169-173.
  • Williamson, A.(2006) Using self-reported measures: praise, perils and pitfalls. New Technology: Putting Macro & Micro into Context, 50-51.
  • Carter, A.F., Muller, R., Williamson, A.(2006). A study of occupational fatigue in staff at a fly-in/fly-out fertilizer mine in remote northern Australia. European Journal of Epidemiology, 21(1), 148-149.
  • Friswell, R., Williamson, A., Dunn, N.(September 2006). Fatigue in the light transport industry in NSW. 8th Australian Injury Prevention Conference, Sydney.
  • Abstract book p.115.
  • Friswell, R., Williamson, A. and Dunn, N. (2006). Company perspective on work, fatigue and occupational health and safety in the light and short haul transport sector. NSW IRMRC, UNSW. , Report of ARC Linkage project with National Transport Commission, Australian Transport Safety Bureau, Australian Safety
  • and Compensation Council and Motor Accidents Authority.
  • Friswell, R., Williamson, A. and Dunn, N. (2006). Road transport work and fatigue: A comparison of drivers in the light and long distance heavy vehicle road transport sector. NSW IRMRC, UNSW, Report of ARC Linkage project with National Transport Commission, Australian Transport Safety Bureau, Australian Safety
  • and Compensation Council and Motor Accidents Authority.
  • Friswell, R., Williamson, A. and Dunn, N. (2006). Driver perspectives on work, fatigue and occupational health and safety in the light and short haul road transport sector. NSW IRMRC, UNSW, Report of ARC Linkage project with National Transport Commission, Australian Transport Safety Bureau, Australian Safety and Compensation Council and Motor Accidents Authority.
  • Williamson, A. and Dunn, N. (2006). Risk factors for pedestrian crashes: a review of the literature. Report for NSW Roads and Traffic Authority.
  • Williamson, A. (2006). Final report of stimulant use by long distance road transport driver project. Report for NSW Health.
  • Williamson, A.and Dunn, N. (2006). Review of bus driver rosters to identify fatigue risk for State Transit Authority. Report to the State Transit Authority.
  • Wu, C. L. (2006) Improving Airline Network Robustness and Operational Reliability by Sequential Optimisation Algorithms. Journal of Network and Spatial Economics, Vol. 6, No.3-4, pp235-251.

2005

  • Wu, C. L., (2005). Improving Aircraft Turnaround Reliability. AGIFORS, Frankfurt, Germany.
  • Regan, M., Salmon, P. M., Mitsopoulous, E., Anderson, J. & Edquist, J. (2005). Crew resource management and young driver safety. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 49th Annual Meeting/, Orlando, Florida, September 26-30, 2192 - 2196.
  • Regan, M. (2005). Driver distraction: reflections on the past, present and future. In the proceedings of the International Conference on Driver Distraction, Sydney, Australia, 2-3 June.
  • Hosking, S., Young, K., & Regan, M. (2005). The effects of text messaging on young driver performance. In the proceedings of the International Conference on Driver Distraction, Sydney, Australia, 2-3 June.
  • Edquist, J., Horberry, T., Regan, M. and Johnston, I. (2005). Visual clutter and external-to-vehicle driver distraction. In the proceedings of the International Conference on Driver Distraction, Sydney, Australia, 2-3 June.
  • Young, K., & Regan, M. (2005). Driver Distraction: A review of the literature. In the proceedings of the International Conference on Driver Distraction, Sydney, Australia, 2-3 June.
  • Regan, M.A., Young, K., Triggs, T., Tomasevic, N., Mitsopoulos, E., Tierney, p., Healy, d., Connelly, K and Tingvall, C. (2005). Effects on driving performance of In-Vehicle Intelligent Transport Systems: Final Results of the Australian TAC SafeCar Project. In the Proceedings of the 2005 Australasian Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference, Wellington, New Zealand, 14- 16 November 2005. (ISBN 0-473-10637-X).
  • Haworth, N., Mulvihill, C., Wallace, P., Symmons, M. & Regan, M. (2005) Hazard perception and responding by motorcyclists – Summary of background, literature review and training methods, Monash University Accident Research Centre Report No. 234.
  • Wallace, P., Haworth, N. & Regan, M. (2005) Best training methods for teaching hazard perception and responding by motorcyclists. Monash University Accident Research Centre Report No. 236.
  • Hosking, S., Regan, M.A., Triggs, T. Horberry, T. & Young, K &Tomasevic, N. (2005). The effects of flashing amber arrow turn control traffic signals on pedestrian safety. Monash University Accident Research Centre Report XX. MUARC: Melbourne, Australia (In Press).
  • Mitsopoulos, E., Regan, M.A., Anderson, J., Salmon, P., Edquist, J. (2005). Team training for safer young drivers and passengers in the ACT: A role for crew resource management. Monash University Accident Research Centre Report 233. MUARC: Melbourne, Australia.
  • Salmon, P., Regan, M.A., & Johnston, I. (2005). Human Error and road transport: Phase one – literature review. Monash University Accident Research Centre Report 256 . MUARC: Melbourne, Australia.
  • Regan, M., Stephan, K., Mitsopoulos, E., Triggs, T., Young, K. & Tomasevic, N. (2005). The effect on driver workload, attitudes and acceptability of in-vehicle Intelligent Transport Systems : Selected results from the TAC SafeCar project. In the CD ROM Proceedings of the 2005 Australasian Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference, Wellington, New Zealand, 14-16 November 2005. (ISBN 0-473-10637-X).
  • Salmon, P., Regan, M., & Johnston, I. (2005). Toward an error tolerant Australian road transport system. In the CD ROM Proceedings of the 2005 Australasian Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference, Wellington, New Zealand, 14-16 November 2005. (ISBN 0-473-10637-X).
  • Salmon, P., Stephan, K., Lenne., M., & Regan, M (2005). Cognitive Work Analysis and road safety: Potential applications in road transport. In the CD ROM Proceedings of the 2005 Australiasian Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference, Wellington, New Zealand, 14-16 November 2005. (ISBN 0-473-10637-X).
  • Regan, M.A. (2005). Intelligent vehicle safety research: overview of an Australian research program. In the CD ROM proceedings of the 2005 Intelligent Vehicles and Road Infrastructure conference. (ISBN 0-908556-79-9). Melbourne, Australia, 16-17 February.
  • Regan, M.A (2005). Driver distraction: reflections on the past, present and future. Journal of the Australasian College of Road Safety, 16 (2), 22-33. (ERA rank - C)
  • Young, M.S., Shorrock, S.T., Faulkner, J.P.E.,Braithwaite, G.R. (2005). Pathogens in the cheese: Revisiting the organizational model of transport safety investigations. HCI International 2005: Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, July 22-27, 2005. Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  • Falconer, B.T. (2005) Cultural Changes in military aviation: Soft Issues at the Sharp End. Human Factors and Aerospace Safety Journal, 5 (1), 61-79. Ashgate Publishing, UK.
  • Falconer, B.T. (2005) Cultural challenges in Australian military aviation: soft issues at the sharp end. Human Factors and Aerospace Safety, 5(1), 61-79.
  • Falconer, B.T. (2005) Human error or human endeavour? Focus on Human Factors in Aviation, 37-39. Canberra, Aus: Department of Defence.
  • Falconer, B.T. (2005) Human factors and the ‘can-do’ attitude. Australian Defence Force Journal, 169, 23-32.
  • Falconer, B.T. and Murphy, P. (2005) The can-do attitude: strength or weakness? Focus on Human Factors in Aviation,14-18. Canberra, Aus: Department of Defence.
  • Getley,I.L., M. L. Duldig, D. F. Smart, and M. A. Shea (2005) Radiation dose along North American transcontinental flight paths during quiescent and disturbed geomagnetic conditions, Space Weather, 3,S01004, doi:10.1029/2004SW000110.
  • Park, J. W., Robertson, R. and Wu, C. L., (2005) Investigating the effects of airline service quality on airline image and passengers' future behavioural intentions: findings from Australian international air passengers. Journal of Tourism Studies, 16 (1).
  • Gordon, R., Shorrock, S.T., Pozzi, S. and Boschiero, A. (2005) Predicting and simulating human errors using the airborne separation assurance system procedure. Human Factors and Aerospace Safety, 5 (1), 43-60.
  • Kirwan, B., Shorrock, S.T., Scaife, R. and Fearnside, P. (2005) Reducing separation in the open flight information region: insights into a human factors safety case. In B. Kirwan, M.D. Rodgers, D. Schaeffer (Eds.), Human Factors Impacts in Air Traffic Management. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.
  • Shorrock, S.T. (2005) Human error in air traffic control. Invited lecture to the Royal Aerospace Society. Sydney, April 2005.
  • Shorrock, S.T. (2005) Human error in air traffic control: A psychological perspective. Invited lecture to the Australian Institute of Navigation. Sydney, October 2005.
  • Shorrock, S.T. (2005) Errors of memory in air traffic control. Safety Science, 43, 571-588.
  • Shorrock, S.T. (2005) TRACEr and TRACEr-lite: bridging the gap between incident investigation and performance prediction. Safety and Reliability. 25 (2), 62-81.
  • Shorrock, S.T. (2005) Book review of 'Endsley, M.R., Bolte, B. and Jones, D.G. (2003). Designing for situation awareness: an approach to user-centered design'. Ergonomics, 48 (8), 1062-1063.
  • Shorrock, S.T. (2005) Book review of 'Davies, J.,Ross, A., Wallace, B., and Wright, L.(2003). Safety Management : A Qualitative systems Approach'. Ergonomics, 48 (1), 98-99.
  • Shorrock, S.T., Kirwan, B. and Smith, E. (2005) Performance prediction in air traffic management: applying human error analysis approaches to new concepts. In B. Kirwan, M.D. Rodgers, D. Schaeffer (Eds.), Human Factors Impacts in Air Traffic Management. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.
  • Shorrock, S.T. and Murphy, D.J. (2005) The ergonomist as a skilled helper. In P. Bust and P.T. McCabe (Eds.), Contemporary Ergonomics 2005. London: Taylor and Francis.
  • [Shorrock, S.T., Young, M. and Faulkner, J. (2005) Who moved my (Swiss) cheese? Aircraft and Aerospace, January-February 2005, 31-33.
  • Wu, C. L. (2005) Exploring the inherent delays and operational reliability of airline schedules. Journal of Air Transport Management, 11 (4), 273-282.
  • Young, M.S., Shorrock, S.T. and Faulkner, J.P.E. (2005) Taste preferences of transport safety investigators: Who doesn't like Swiss cheese? In P. Bust and P.T. McCabe (Eds.), Contemporary Ergonomics 2005. London: Taylor and Francis.
  • Young, M.S., Shorrock, S.T. and Faulkner, J.P.E., Braithwaite, G.R. (2005) The (r)evolution of human factors in transport safety investigation. International Society of Air Safety Investigators, ISASI Forum, 28 (3) (July-September), 10-13.
  • Driscoll, T., Marsh, S., McNoe, B., Langley, J., Stout, N., Feyer, A.M., Williamson, A.(2005). Comparison of fatalities from work related motor vehicle traffic incidents
  • in Australia, New Zealand, and United States. Injury Prevention. 11: 294-299.
  • Saddik, B., Williamson, A., Nuyahid, I., Black, D. (2005). The effects of solvent exposure on memory and motor dexterity in working children. Public Health Reports. 120(6): 657-664.
  • Williamson, A.(2005). Fatigue and coping with driver distraction. Journal of the Australasian College of Road Safety. 19-21.
  • Williamson, A.(2005) Fatigue and coping with driver distraction. International Conference on ‘Driver Distraction’, Sydney, 2-3rd June 2005. Journal of Australasian College of Road Safety.
  • Williamson, A., Feyer, A.M., Friswell, R., Sadural, S. (2005). Evaluation of fatigue management for long-distance and continuous short-haul road transport operations, Australian Transportation Safety Bureau report.
  • Williamson, A. (2005). Progress towards developing a common water safety data collection for NSW. NSW Water Safety Taskforce report.
  • Williamson, A. (2005). Assessment of relative value of injury prevention initiative for the benefit of future CTP scheme injury prevention planning. Report for Motor Accidents Authority.

2004

  • Lenne, M., Regan, M., Triggs, T., and Haworth, N. (2004). Review of recent research in applied psychology: implications for countermeasure development in road safety. Monash University Accident Research Centre Report 223. Melbourne, Australia: MUARC.
  • Regan, M.A., Young, K., Triggs, T., Tomasevic, N., & Mitsopoulos, E., Tierney., P & Healy, D. (2004). Driver adaptation to in-vehicle intelligent transport systems: preliminary findings from the TAC SafeCar project. In the Proceedings of the 2004 Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference, Perth, Australia, 14-16 November 2004.
  • Horberry, T., Anderson, J., Regan, M.A. and Tomasevic. (2004). A driving simulator evaluation of enhanced road markings. In the Proceedings of the 2004 Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference, Perth, Australia, 14-16 November 2004.
  • Regan, M.A., Young, K., Triggs, T.J., Horberry, T., Mitsopoulos, E., Tomasevic, N., and Johnston, I. (2004). Intelligent vehicle safety research at the Monash University Accident Research Centre. In the proceedings of the 27th Australasian Transport Research Forum, Adelaide, 29 September - 1 October 2004.
  • Regan, M.A. (2004). New technologies in cars: Human factors and safety issues. Ergonomics Australia, 18 (3), pp 6-15. (ERA rank - C)
  • Regan, M. & Mitsopoulos, E. (2004) 'Acceptability of in-vehicle Intelligent Transport Systems to young drivers', Road & Transport Research, 13 (2). (ERA rank – B)
  • Regan, M.A. (2004). A Sign of the Future - 1: Intelligent Transport Systems. In Castro, C. and Horberry, T. (Ed). The Human Factors of Transport Signs. USA: CRC Press. (Chapter 14), pp 213-224
  • Regan, M.A. (2004). A Sign of the Future - 2: Human Factors.. In Castro, C. and Horberry, T (Ed). The Human Factors of Transport Signs. USA: CRC Press. pp 225-238. (Chapter 15).
  • Bartsch, R.(2004) Aviation Law in Australia. Second Edition. Lawbook Co: Sydney.
  • Getley I. L. (2004) Observation of solar particle event on board a commercial flight from Los Angeles to New York on 29 October 2003, Space Weather, 2, S05002, doi:10.1029/2003SW000058.
  • Gordon, R., Shorrock, S.T., Pozzi, S., and Boschiero, A. (2004) Using human error analysis to help to focus safety analysis in ATM simulations: ASAS Separation. Proceedings of the 40th Conference of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia and 7th Conference of the Pan Pacific Council on Occupational Ergonomics: Ergonomics for a Biz-E world. Cairns, Australia, August 2004.
  • Molesworth, B., & Wiggins, M. (2004) Improving pilots risk management behaviour through active involvement. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 48th Annual Meeting (pp. 2553-2556). New Orleans, LA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. ISBN 0-945289-24-3.
  • Molesworth, B., & Wiggins, M. (2004) Personalising the experience to improve the risk management behaviour of pilots. In M. Katsikitis (Ed.). Proceeding of the 39th APS Annual Conference. Psychological Science in Action (pp. 201-205). Melbourne, AUS: The Australian Psychological Society.
  • Molesworth, B., & Wiggins, M. (2004) Representing airspace boundaries in a redesigned en-route aeronautical chart. Ergonomics in Design, 12, (1), 18-23
  • Park, J. W., Robertson, R. and Wu, C. L., (2004) The effect of airline service quality on passengers' behavioural intentions: a Korean case study. Journal of Air Transport Management, 10 (6), 435-439.
  • Shorrock, S.T. (2004) Errors of memory in air traffic control. Australian Journal of Psychology, 56 (Supplement), 222-222.
  • Shorrock, S.T. (2004) Errors of memory in air traffic control. Proceedings of the 39th APS Annual Conference, Sydney, 29 September to 2 October, pp. 259-263. (Abstract in: Australian Journal of Psychology, 56 [Supplement], 222-222.)
  • Shorrock, S.T. (2004) Book review of 'Sarter, N.B. and Amelberti, R. (2000) Cognitive Engineering in the Aviation Domain. Ergonomics, 47 (1), 115-118.
  • Shorrock, S.T. and Straeter, O. (2004) Managing system disturbances in air traffic management: elaboration of a conceptual framework. Proceedings of the 40th Conference of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia and 7th Conference of the Pan Pacific Council on Occupational Ergonomics. Cairns, Australia, August 2004.
  • Shorrock, S.T. and Straeter, O. (2004) Managing System Disturbances in ATM: Background and Contextual Framework. EUROCONTROL EATMP Report HRS/HSP-005-REP-06 Edition 1. Brussels: EUROCONTROL. 31 August 2004.
  • Shorrock, S.T., Woldring, M. and Hughes, G. (2004) The Human Factors Case: Guidance for Human Factors Integration. EUROCONTROL EATMP Report HRS/HSP-003-GUI-01 Edition 1. Brussels: EUROCONTROL. 27 August 2004.
  • Tate, P.M. and Middleton, J.H. (2004) Buoyant jets of elliptic shape - approximation for duckbill valves. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 130, 432-440.
  • Wu, C. L. (2004) An Investigation of Operational Uncertainties in Airline Schedules and the Implication on Schedule Design and Reliability. Proceedings of the 10th World Conference On Transportation Research (WCTR) Istanbul, Turkey, 4-8 July 2004.
  • Wu, C. L. (2004) Evaluation of delay propagation and network reliability of airline schedules. International Symposium on Transportation Network Reliability (INSTR), Christchurch, New Zealand, 23-24 August 2004.
  • Wu, C. L. and Caves, R. E., (2004). Modelling and Simulation of Aircraft Turnaround Operations at Airports, Transportation Planning and Technology, Vol. 27, No. 1, 25-46.
  • Wu, C. L. and Caves, R. E., (2004). Modelling and Optimisation of Aircraft Turnaround Time at an Airport, Transportation Planning and Technology, Vol. 27, No. 1, 47-66.
  • Young, M.S, Shorrock, S.T., Faulkner, J.P.E. and Braithwaite, G.R. (2004) Who moved my (Swiss) cheese? The (r)evolution of human factors in transport safety investigation. ISASI 2004, International Society of air Safety Investigators Annual Conference, 2004. Gold Coast, Australia, 29 Aug - 2 Sept 2004.

2003

  • Young, K.L., Regan, M.A., Mitsopoulos, E., and Haworth, N. (2003). Acceptability of in-vehicle intelligent transport systems to young novice drivers in New South Wales. Monash University Accident Research Centre Report 199. MUARC: Melbourne, Australia.
  • Young, K., Regan, M.A and Hammer, M. (2003). Driver Distraction: A Review of the Literature. Monash University Accident Research Centre Report 206.
  • Regan, M.A., and Young, K. (2003). Use of cruise control and manual speed alerters to moderate speed by NSW drivers. Monash University Accident Research Centre Report 219. MUARC: Melbourne, Australia.
  • Molesworth, B. (2003) The impact of experience on risk management behaviour amongst pilots. In W. Noble (Ed.), Australian Journal of Psychology: Vol. 55. The Abstracts of the 30th Conference of the Australasian Experimental Psychology Society (p. 86). Bowen Hills. AUS: Australian Academic Press.
  • Molesworth, B., & Wiggins, M. (2003) An evaluation of aeronautical chart design: Implications for pilot education. In R. S. Jensen (Ed.), Proceedings of the Twelfth International Symposium on Aviation Psychology (pp. 821-825). Dayton, OH: Ohio State University.
  • Molesworth, B., Wiggins, M., & O’Hare, D. (2003) Personalising risk and training to improve the risk management behaviour of pilots. In B. J. Hayward & M. Nendick (Eds.), Proceedings of the Sixth International Australian Aviation Psychology Symposium. Sydney, AUS: Australian Aviation Psychology Association. ISBN 0-9751731-0-3.
  • Sträter, O., Voller, L., Low, I. & Shorrock, S.T. (2003) Solutions for human automation partnership in European air traffic management. Paper presented to International Ergonomics Association XVth Triennial Congress, August 24 - 29, Seoul, Korea.
  • Isaac, A., Shorrock, S.T., Kennedy, R., Kirwan, B., Anderson, H. and Bove, T. (2003) The Human Error in ATM Technique (HERA-JANUS). EUROCONTROL EATMP Report HRS/HSP-002-REP-03 Edition 1. Brussels: EUROCONTROL. 21 February 2003.
  • Jones, H., Shorrock, S.T., Bull, P. and Hallett, D. (2003) Assessing human involvements in chemical manufacturing: a human factors toolkit. Hazards XVII - Process Safety - Fulfilling our Responsibilities, Manchester, 25-27 March 2003.
  • Jones, H., Shorrock, S.T., Bull, P. and Hallett, D. (2003) Assessing human involvements in chemical manufacturing: a human factors toolkit. Loss Prevention Bulletin, 172, 18-24.
  • Shorrock, S.T. (2003) Book review of 'Noyes, J. and Bransby, M. (2001) People in Control: Human Factors in Control Room Design. London: Institution of Electrical Engineers. Ergonomics, 47 (3), 360-362.
  • Shorrock, S.T. (2003) Book review of 'Reese, C.D. (2001) Accident/Incident Prevention Techniques, Taylor and Francis. Ergonomics, 46 (5), 531-542.
  • Shorrock, S.T. (2003) Individual and Group Approaches to Human Error Identification. EEC Note 08/03. Bretigny sur Orge, France: EUROCONTROL. July 2003.
  • Woldring, M. and Shorrock, S.T. (2003) Stalking HFI in the wild: The human factors case in European air traffic management. IEEPeople in Control 2003.
  • Wu, C.L. (2003) An investigation into aircraft turnaround operations and its influence on airline schedule design. AIAC, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Wu, C.L. (2003) Dream and reality: modelling of airline schedule operations. AGIFORS, Auckland, New Zealand.
  • Wu, C.L. (2003) The influence of operational uncertainties on airline schedule planning and punctuality control techniques. ATRS, Toulouse, France.
  • Wu, C.L. (2003) The influence of operational uncertainties on airline schedule planning and punctuality control issues. CAITR, Adelaide.
  • Wu, C.L. and Caves, R.E. (2003) Flight schedule punctuality control and management: a stochastic approach, Transportation Planning and Technology, 26 (4), 313-330.
  • Wu, C.L. and Caves, R.E. (2003) The punctuality performance of aircraft rotations in a network of airports, Transportation Planning and Technology, 26 (5), 417-436.

2002

  • Avolio, A., Kong, L.H., and Middleton, J.H., Qasem, A., and Frangakis, G. (2002) Experimental parameter investigation for development of a control system for assessment of cardiovascular response to stress in airline pilots, Image Processing and Communications, 8, 121-127.
  • Braithwaite, G.R. (2002) Investing in the future - the development of air safety investigator training. Paper presented to the Australian and New Zealand International Society of Air Safety Investigators Ninth Annual Seminar, Auckland.
  • Braithwaite, G.R. (2002) The simpler it seems, the more you have forgotten. challenges in investigation and safety management. Proceedings of a Workshop on the Investigation and Reporting of Incidents and Accidents, The Senate Room, University of Glasgow, 17-20 July 2002.
  • Braithwaite, G.R. and Faulkner, J.P.E. (2000) Luck - the final frontier in safety? In Hayward B. (Ed.) Aviation Resource Management. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate. Proceedings of the Fourth Australian Aviation Psychology Association Symposium 1998, Manly, Australia.
  • Faulkner, J.P.E. (2002) A new synthesis in aviation safety. Paper presented to Human Error, Safety and System development Conference (HESSD) 2002, University of Newcastle, Australia.
  • Isaac, A., Shorrock, S.T. and Kirwan, B. (2002) Human error in European air traffic management: the HERA Project. Reliability Engineering and System Safety, 75 (2), 257-272.
  • Isaac, A., Shorrock, S.T., Kennedy, R., Kirwan, B., Anderson, H. and Bove, T. (2002) Short Report on Human Performance Models and Taxonomies of Human Error in ATM (HERA). EUROCONTROL EATMP Report HRS/HSP-002-REP-03 Edition 1. Brussels: EUROCONTROL. 26 April 2002.
  • Isaac, A., Shorrock, S.T., Kennedy, R., Kirwan, B., Anderson, H. and Bove, T. (2002) Technical Review of Human Performance Models and Taxonomies of Human Error in ATM (HERA). EUROCONTROL EATMP Report HRS/HSP-002-REP-03 Edition 1. Brussels: EUROCONTROL. 26 April 2002.
  • Shorrock, S.T.(2002) Error classification for safety management: Finding the right approach. Proceedings of a Workshop on the Investigation and Reporting of Incidents and Accidents, The Senate Room, University of Glasgow, 17-20 July 2002.
  • Shorrock, S.T. (2002) Incorporating human factors in risk analysis. Paper presented at the 40th meeting of the Safety Critical Systems Club, London, 1 May 2002.
  • Shorrock, S.T. (2002) Book review of 'Phillips, C.A. (2000) Human Factors Engineering, John Wiley'. Ergonomics, 45 (2), 164-165.
  • Shorrock, S.T. (2002) Book review of 'Reese, C.D. (2001) Accident/Incident Prevention Techniques, Taylor and Francis. Ergonomics Abstracts, 34 (1&2).
  • Shorrock, S.T. (2002) The two-fold path to human error analysis: TRACEr lite retrospection and prediction. Safety Systems (Newsletter of the Safety-Critical Systems Club), 11 (3), September 2002.
  • Shorrock, S.T. and Kirwan, B. (2002) Development and application of a human error identification tool for air traffic control. Applied Ergonomics, 33, 319-336.
  • Shorrock, S.T., Scaife, R. and Cousins, A. (2002) Model-based principles for human-centred alarm systems from theory and practice. Proceedings of the 21st European Annual Conference on Human Decision Making and Control, The Senate Room, University of Glasgow, 15-16 July 2002.
  • Woldring, M., Shorrock, S.T. and Hughes, G. (2002) The human factors case: guidance for human factors integration into the life cycle of European air traffic management systems. Paper presented at the European Association for Aviation Psychology Conference, Warsaw, September 2002.
  • Wu, C.L. and Caves, R.E. (2002) Modelling of aircraft rotation in a multiple airport environment. Transportation Research E, 38, 265-277.
  • Wu, C.L. and Caves, R.E. (2002) A research review of air traffic management, Transport Reviews, 1, 115-132.
  • Wu, C.L. and Caves, R.E. (2002) Towards the optimisation of the schedule reliability of aircraft rotations. Journal of Air Transport Management, 8, 419-426.

2001

  • Regan, M.A. & Mitsopoulos, E. (2001). Understanding passenger influences on driver behaviour: Implications for road safety and recommendations for countermeasure development MUARC Report No. 180. Melbourne, Australia: Monash University Accident Research Centre.
  • Pronk, N., Fildes, B., Regan, M., Lenne, M., Truedsson, N., and Olsson, T (2001). Windscreens and Safety: A Review. Monash University Accident Research Centre Report 183. MUARC: Melbourne, Australia.
  • Braithwaite, G.R. (2001) Attitude or Latitude? Australian Aviation Safety. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Publishing.
  • Braithwaite, G.R. (2001) Aviation rescue and firefighting in australia - is it protecting the customer? Journal of Air Transport Management.
  • Middleton, J.H. (2001) Topographic Eddies, in “Encyclopedia of Ocean Sciences”, Editor J.H. Steele, Academic Press, 2986-2993.
  • Shorrock, S.T. (2001) Book review of 'Markopoulos, P. and Johnson, P. (1998) Design, specification and verification of interactive systems '98: Proceedings of the Eurographics Workshop in Abingdon, UK, June 3-5, 1998'. Springer-Verlag. Ergonomics Abstracts, 33 (1).
  • Shorrock, S.T. (2001) Book review of 'Phillips, C.A. (2000) Human Factors Engineering, John Wiley'. Ergonomics Abstracts, 33 (3).
  • Shorrock, S.T. (2001) Book review of 'Shepherd, A. (2001) Hierarchical Task Analysis, Taylor and Francis'. Ergonomics Abstracts, 33 (4).
  • Shorrock, S.T. and Scaife, R. (2001) Evaluation of an alarm management system for an ATC centre. In D. Harris (Ed.) Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics: Volume Five - Aerospace and Transportation Systems. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.
  • Shorrock, S.T., Kirwan, B., MacKendrick, H. , Scaife, R. and Foley, S. (2001) The practical application of error analysis in UK ATM. Proceedings of People in Control: An International Conference on Human Interfaces in Control Rooms, Cockpits and Command Centres, UMIST, Manchester, UK: 18 - 21 June 2001.
  • Shorrock, S.T., Kirwan, B., MacKendrick, H. and Kennedy, R. (2001) Assessing human error in air traffic management systems design: Methodological issues. Le Travail Humain, 64 (3), 269-289.
  • Shorrock, S.T., MacKendrick, H. and Hook, M., Cummings, C. and Lamoureux, T. (2001) The development of human factors guidelines with automation support. Proceedings of People in Control: An International Conference on Human Interfaces in Control Rooms, Cockpits and Command Centres, UMIST, Manchester, UK: 18 - 21 June 2001.
  • Wu, C.L. and Caves, R.E. (2001) Modelling and simulation of aircraft turnaround operations at airports, paper presented in the 80TH Annual Meeting of Transportation Research Board (TRB), Washington D. C., USA.
  • Wu, C.L. and Caves, R.E. (2001) The influence of aircraft turnaround performance on flight schedule punctuality, accepted for presentation in the 9TH World Conference of Transportation Research (WCTR), Korea.
  • Wu, C.L. and Caves, R.E. (2001) The punctuality performance of aircraft rotations in a network of airports, paper presented in the 33RD Annual Conference of University Transport Study Group (UTSG), January, Oxford, England.
  • Reports to Industry and Government
  • Molesworth, B., & Wiggins, M. (2001). An evaluation of aspects of low-level enroute map design for aeronautical charts. Canberra, AUS: Airservices Australia.

2000

  • Braithwaite, G.R. (2000) Customer safety - improvement or homeostasis? In the Proceedings of the Fifth Australian Aviation Psychology Association Symposium 2000, Manly. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.
  • Braithwaite, G.R. (2000) Getting better or just not getting worse? The progress of aviation safety in Australia. Aviation Fire Journal. New York.
  • Braithwaite, G.R. (2000) Pilots attribute Australia's aviation safety record to good training, favourable weather, low traffic density. Flight Safety Digest. Journal of the Flight Safety Foundation, Arlington, Virginia. March. 1-19.
  • Isaac, A., Shorrock, S.T., Kirwan, B., Kennedy, R., Andersen, H. and Bove, T. (2000) Learning from the past to protect the future - the HERA approach. The 24th European Association for Aviation Psychology Conference, Crieff, Scotland, 4-8 September, 2000.
  • Kennedy, R., Jones, H., Shorrock, S.T. and Kirwan, B. (2000) A HAZOP analysis of a future ATM system. In P.T. McCabe, M.A. Hanson and S.A. Robertson, Contemporary Ergonomics 2000. London: Taylor and Francis.
  • Wu, C.L. and Caves, R.E. (2000) A stochastic approach to flight schedule control and management, paper presented in the Air Transport Research Group Conference (ATRG), July, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  • Wu, C.L. and Caves, R.E. (2000) Aircraft operational costs and efficiency at airports, paper presented in the 32ND Annual Conference of Universities Transport Study Group (UTSG), January, Liverpool, England.
  • Wu, C.L. and Caves, R.E. (2000) Aircraft operational costs and turnaround efficiency at airports, Journal of Air Transport Management, 6, 201-208.

1999

  • Braithwaite, G.R. (1999) Shaken but not stirring? - The 'need to know' basis of aviation safety. Paper presented to the Australian and New Zealand Chapters of the International Society of Air Safety Investigators Sixth Annual Seminar, Surfers Paradise, Australia
  • Faulkner, J.P.E. (1999) The role of human error in safety. Newsletter of the Australian Aviation Psychology Society, Australia
  • Isaac, A., Kirwan, B., Shorrock, S.T. (1999) Human error in European air traffic management: the HERA project. Paper presented at the 3rd International Workshop on Human Error, Safety, and System Development - HESSD'99, Liege, Belgium, June 7-8 1999.
  • Manasseh, R. and Middleton, J.H. (1999) The surface wind gust regime and aircraft operations at Sydney airport, Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics, 79, 269-288.
  • Shorrock, S.T. and Kirwan, B. (1999) TRACEr: A technique for the retrospective of cognitive errors in ATM. In D. Harris (Ed.) Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics: Volume Three - Transportation Systems, Medical Ergonomics and Training. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.
  • Tate, P.M. and Middleton, J.H. (1999) Unification of non-dimensional solutions to asymptotic equations for plumes of different shape, Boundary Layer Meteorology, 94, 225-251.

1998

  • Braithwaite, G.R., Caves, R.E. and Faulkner, J.P.E. (1998) A systemic investigation into australian aviation safety. In ICAS (Eds) Proceedings of the 21st Congress of the International Council of the Aeronautical Sciences, Melbourne.
  • Braithwaite, G.R. and Faulkner, J.P.E. (1998) Luck - the final frontier in safety? Paper presented to the Fourth Australian Aviation Psychology Association Symposium 'Aviation Resource Management'. Manly, Australia, 16-20 March 1998.
  • Braithwaite, G.R., Faulkner, J.P.E. & Caves, R.E. (1998) Australian aviation safety -observations from the lucky country. Journal of Air Transport Management, 4 (1), 55-62.
  • Faulkner, J.P.E. (1998) Forty five years without a scratch. Australian Aeronautics 1997-1998. Journal of the Royal Aeronautical Society in Australia.

1997

  • Braithwaite, G.R. & Caves, R.E. (1997) Airline safety - some lessons from Australia. The Aeronautical Journal, 1001, 29-32.
  • Braithwaite, G.R. (1997) ...And on the eighth day, God created pilots. Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Seminar of the Australian and New Zealand Chapter of the International Society of Air Safety Investigators, Aviation Safety for the 21st Century in the Asia Pacific Region, Brisbane.
  • Braithwaite, G.R. (1997) Safe culture or safety culture? In Jensen, R (Ed) Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, Columbus.
  • Braithwaite, G.R. and Faulkner, J.P.E. (1997) Get the message! - smart side of research. In Wiggins, M., Henley, I. And P. Anderson (Eds) Aviation Education Beyond 2000. Proceedings of the First Australian Aviation Universities Association Conference, Bankstown, Australia, pp. 82-89.
  • Braithwaite, G.R., Faulkner, J.P.E. and Caves, R.E. (1997) Australian aviation safety - observations from the lucky country. Paper submitted to the Journal of Air Transport Management. Accepted, January 1998.
  • Braithwaite, G.R., Faulkner, J.P.E. and Caves, R.E. (1997) Latitude or attitude? Airline safety in Australia. In Risk Engineering Society (Eds.) Risk Communication. Proceedings of the Second National Conference of the Risk Engineering Society, Canberra. (Winner of the 1997 Dick Smith Risk Communication Award.)
  • Braithwaite, G.R., Faulkner, J.P.E. and Caves, R.E. (1997) Latitude or attitude? Airline safety in australia. Paper presented to the Risk Engineering Society Conference, Canberra, Australia. 2-3 October 1997. (Winner of the 1997 Dick Smith Risk Communication Award.)
  • Braithwaite, G.R., Holling, H. and Anca, J. (1997) Do you know it? Do you do it? Do you believe in it? - The Continuing Challenge of CRM Evaluation. In Jensen, R (Ed) Proceedings of the Tenth International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, Columbus.
  • Potts, R., Monypenny, P., and Middleton, J.H. (1997) An analysis of winds at Sydney Kings-ford Smith Airport, Australian Meteorological Magazine, 46, 297-310.

1996

  • Braithwaite, G.R. & Caves, R.E. (1996) The culture of safety. In International Society of Air Safety Investigators (Eds) Air Safety in the Asia Pacific Region. Regional Seminar, Tokyo, pp. 144-157.
  • Braithwaite, G.R. & Caves, R.E. (1996) With reasonable doubt. In International Society of Air Safety Investigators (Eds) Accident Investigation and from here? Proceedings of the 27th Annual International Seminar, Auckland.
  • Faulkner, J.P.E. (1996) Flight safety - where are we at? Australian Aeronautics 1995-1996, Journal of the Royal Aeronautical Society in Australia.

1995

  • Braithwaite, G.R. and Caves, R.E. (1995) Safety by attitude or latitude. Paper presented to the Australian and New Zealand Chapters of the International Society of Air Safety Investigators Second Annual Seminar, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Faulkner, J.P.E. (1995) Ab initio crew resource management. Newsletter of the Australian Aviation Psychology Society, Australia.
  • Faulkner, J.P.E. (1995) Evaluating crew resource management (CRM) in ab initio pilot training: the first seventy hours. Paper presented to the Australian Aviation Psychology Symposium, Sydney, Australia, 3-5 November 1995.
  • Manasseh, R. and Middleton, J.H. (1995) A thunderstorm outflow current visualised by bushfire smoke, Australian Meteorological Magazine, 44, 287-292.
  • Manasseh, R. and Middleton, J.H. (1995) Boundary layer oscillations from thunderstorm out-flows at Sydney airport, Monthly Weather Review, 123, 1166-1177.

1991

  • Faulkner, J.P.E. (1991) Qantas flight data analysis program - implementation and benefits. Proceedings of the 44th Annual International Air Safety Seminar - Aviation Safety Challenges in the 1990s. Flight Safety Foundation. Singapore, 11-14 November 1991.