Brett R. C. Molesworth
Brett R. C. Molesworth
UNSW Sydney
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Aviation English: A lingua franca for pilots and air traffic controllers
D Estival, C Farris, B Molesworth
Routledge, 2016
Predicting pilots’ risk-taking behavior through an implicit association test
BRC Molesworth, B Chang
Human factors 51 (6), 845-857, 2009
Miscommunication in general aviation: The influence of external factors on communication errors
BRC Molesworth, D Estival
Safety science 73, 73-79, 2015
Improving intelligibility at a safety critical point: In flight cabin safety
BRC Molesworth, M Burgess
Safety science 51 (1), 11-16, 2013
Improving pilots’ risk assessment skills in low-flying operations: The role of feedback and experience
B Molesworth, MW Wiggins, D O’Hare
Accident Analysis & Prevention 38 (5), 954-960, 2006
Application of a human factors classification framework for patient safety to identify precursor and contributing factors to adverse clinical incidents in hospital
RJ Mitchell, A Williamson, B Molesworth
Applied ergonomics 52, 185-195, 2016
Tipping point: The narrow path between automation acceptance and rejection in air traffic management
M Bekier, BRC Molesworth, A Williamson
Safety science 50 (2), 259-265, 2012
The use of noise cancelling headphones to improve concurrent task performance in a noisy environment
BRC Molesworth, M Burgess, D Kwon
Applied Acoustics 74 (1), 110-115, 2013
Employing humour and celebrities to manipulate passengers’ attention to pre-flight safety briefing videos in commercial aviation
D Seneviratne, BRC Molesworth
Safety Science 75, 130-135, 2015
Pilot see, pilot do: Examining the predictors of pilots’ risk management behaviour
JL Drinkwater, BRC Molesworth
Safety Science 48 (10), 1445-1451, 2010
'A study of EL2 pilots’ radio communication in the General Aviation environment
D Estival, B Molesworth
Australian Review of Applied Linguistics 32 (3), 24.1-24.16, 2009
Radio miscommunication: EL2 pilots in the Australian General Aviation environment
D Estival, B Molesworth
Linguistics and the Human Sciences 5 (3), 351-379, 2012
The effect on recognition memory of noise cancelling headphones in a noisy environment with native and nonnative speakers
BRC Molesworth, M Burgess, B Gunnell, D Löffler, A Venjakob
Noise and Health 16 (71), 240, 2014
Use of a human factors classification framework to identify causal factors for medication and medical device-related adverse clinical incidents
RJ Mitchell, A Williamson, B Molesworth
Safety science 79, 163-174, 2015
A review of the use of human factors classification frameworks that identify causal factors for adverse events in the hospital setting
RJ Mitchell, AM Williamson, B Molesworth, AZQ Chung
Ergonomics 57 (10), 1443-1472, 2014
Improving communication in general aviation through the use of noise cancelling headphones
R Jang, BRC Molesworth, M Burgess, D Estival
Safety science 62, 499-504, 2014
Repairing faulty scripts to reduce speeding behaviour in young drivers
P Prabhakharan, BRC Molesworth
Accident Analysis & Prevention 43 (5), 1696-1702, 2011
Promoting learning, memory, and transfer in a time-constrained, high hazard environment
BRC Molesworth, L Bennett, EJ Kehoe
Accident Analysis & Prevention 43 (3), 932-938, 2011
The influence of attitude towards individuals’ choice for a remotely piloted commercial flight: A latent class logit approach
BRC Molesworth, TTR Koo
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 71, 51-62, 2016
Examining the effectiveness of pre-flight cabin safety announcements in commercial aviation
BRC Molesworth
The International Journal of Aviation Psychology 24 (4), 300-314, 2014
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