Gemma Read
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The crash at Kerang: Investigating systemic and psychological factors leading to unintentional non-compliance at rail level crossings
PM Salmon, GJM Read, NA Stanton, MG Lenné
Accident Analysis & Prevention 50, 1278-1288, 2013
Fitting methods to paradigms: are ergonomics methods fit for systems thinking?
PM Salmon, GH Walker, GJ M. Read, N Goode, NA Stanton
Ergonomics 60 (2), 194-205, 2017
Designing sociotechnical systems with cognitive work analysis: putting theory back into practice
GJM Read, PM Salmon, MG Lenné, NA Stanton
Ergonomics 58 (5), 822-851, 2015
Sounding the warning bells: The need for a systems approach to understanding behaviour at rail level crossings
GJM Read, PM Salmon, MG Lenné
Applied ergonomics 44 (5), 764-774, 2013
Who is in control of road safety? A STAMP control structure analysis of the road transport system in Queensland, Australia
PM Salmon, GJM Read, NJ Stevens
Accident Analysis & Prevention 96, 140-151, 2016
More than meets the eye: using cognitive work analysis to identify design requirements for future rail level crossing systems
PM Salmon, MG Lenné, GJM Read, CM Mulvihill, M Cornelissen, ...
Applied ergonomics 53, 312-322, 2016
Associations between task, training and social environmental factors and error types involved in rail incidents and accidents
GJM Read, MG Lenné, SA Moss
Accident Analysis & Prevention 48, 416-422, 2012
What’s in a game? A systems approach to enhancing performance analysis in football
S McLean, PM Salmon, AD Gorman, GJM Read, C Solomon
PloS one 12 (2), e0172565, 2017
Back to the future: What do accident causation models tell us about accident prediction?
E Grant, PM Salmon, NJ Stevens, N Goode, GJ Read
Safety Science 104, 99-109, 2018
From work analysis to work design: A review of cognitive work analysis design applications
GJM Read, PM Salmon, MG Lenné
Proceedings of the human factors and ergonomics society annual meeting 56 (1 …, 2012
Designing a ticket to ride with the cognitive work analysis design toolkit
GJM Read, PM Salmon, MG Lenné, DP Jenkins
Ergonomics 58 (8), 1266-1286, 2015
Cognitive work analysis and design: current practice and future practitioner requirements
GJM Read, PM Salmon, MG Lenne
Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science 16 (2), 154-173, 2015
Walking the line: understanding pedestrian behaviour and risk at rail level crossings with cognitive work analysis
GJM Read, PM Salmon, MG Lenné, NA Stanton
Applied ergonomics 53, 209-227, 2016
When paradigms collide at the road rail interface: evaluation of a sociotechnical systems theory design toolkit for cognitive work analysis
GJM Read, PM Salmon, MG Lenné
Ergonomics 59 (9), 1135-1157, 2016
Integrating human factors methods and systems thinking for transport analysis and design
GJM Read, V Beanland, MG Lenné, NA Stanton, PM Salmon
CRC Press, 2017
Designing system reforms: using a systems approach to translate incident analyses into prevention strategies
N Goode, GJM Read, MRH van Mulken, A Clacy, PM Salmon
Frontiers in psychology 7, 1974, 2016
Towards a complex systems approach in sports injury research: simulating running-related injury development with agent-based modelling
A Hulme, J Thompson, RO Nielsen, GJM Read, PM Salmon
British journal of sports medicine 53 (9), 560-569, 2019
Play on or call a foul: testing and extending distributed situation awareness theory through sports officiating
TJ Neville, PM Salmon, GJM Read, AC Kalloniatis
Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science 17 (1), 80-103, 2016
Closing Pandora's Box: adapting a systems ergonomics methodology for better understanding the ecological complexity underpinning the development and prevention of running …
A Hulme, PM Salmon, RO Nielsen, GJM Read, CF Finch
Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science 18 (4), 338-359, 2017
Bad behaviour or societal failure? Perceptions of the factors contributing to drivers' engagement in the fatal five driving behaviours
PM Salmon, GJM Read, V Beanland, J Thompson, AJ Filtness, A Hulme, ...
Applied ergonomics 74, 162-171, 2019
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