Katherine L. Plant
Katherine L. Plant
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Why did the pilots shut down the wrong engine? Explaining errors in context using Schema Theory and the Perceptual Cycle Model
KL Plant, NA Stanton
Safety science 50 (2), 300-315, 2012
912012
The explanatory power of Schema Theory: theoretical foundations and future applications in Ergonomics
KL Plant, NA Stanton
Ergonomics 56 (1), 1-15, 2013
562013
What is on your mind? Using the perceptual cycle model and critical decision method to understand the decision-making process in the cockpit
KL Plant, NA Stanton
Ergonomics 56 (8), 1232-1250, 2013
502013
Driver error or designer error: Using the Perceptual Cycle Model to explore the circumstances surrounding the fatal Tesla crash on 7th May 2016
VA Banks, KL Plant, NA Stanton
Safety science 108, 278-285, 2018
322018
What’s the law got to do with it? Legislation regarding in-vehicle technology use and its impact on driver distraction
KJ Parnell, NA Stanton, KL Plant
Accident Analysis & Prevention 100, 1-14, 2017
312017
The process of processing: exploring the validity of Neisser's perceptual cycle model with accounts from critical decision-making in the cockpit
KL Plant, NA Stanton
Ergonomics 58 (6), 909-923, 2015
212015
To twist, roll, stroke or poke? A study of input devices for menu navigation in the cockpit
NA Stanton, C Harvey, KL Plant, L Bolton
Ergonomics 56 (4), 590-611, 2013
212013
Distributed cognition in Search and Rescue: loosely coupled tasks and tightly coupled roles
KL Plant, NA Stanton
Ergonomics 59 (10), 1353-1376, 2016
202016
Exploring the mechanisms of distraction from in-vehicle technology: The development of the PARRC model
KJ Parnell, NA Stanton, KL Plant
Safety science 87, 25-37, 2016
182016
All for one and one for all: Representing teams as a collection of individuals and an individual collective using a network perceptual cycle approach
KL Plant, NA Stanton
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 44 (5), 777-792, 2014
162014
Extending helicopter operations to meet future integrated transportation needs
NA Stanton, KL Plant, AP Roberts, C Harvey, TG Thomas
Applied ergonomics 53, 364-373, 2016
132016
Applying systems ergonomics methods in sport: A systematic review
A Hulme, J Thompson, KL Plant, GJM Read, S Mclean, A Clacy, ...
Applied ergonomics 80, 214-225, 2019
122019
What technologies do people engage with while driving and why?
KJ Parnell, NA Stanton, KL Plant
Accident Analysis & Prevention 111, 222-237, 2018
112018
Distributed cognition and reality: How pilots and crews make decisions
KL Plant, NA Stanton
CRC Press, 2016
102016
The development of the Schema World Action Research Method (SWARM) for the elicitation of perceptual cycle data
KL Plant, NA Stanton
Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science 17 (4), 376-401, 2016
92016
Creating the environment for driver distraction: A thematic framework of sociotechnical factors
KJ Parnell, NA Stanton, KL Plant
Applied ergonomics 68, 213-228, 2018
82018
Identifying the importance of perceptual cycle concepts during critical decision making in the cockpit
KL Plant, NA Stanton
Procedia Manufacturing 3, 2410-2417, 2015
82015
Good intentions: drivers’ decisions to engage with technology on the road and in a driving simulator
KJ Parnell, NA Stanton, KL Plant
Cognition, Technology & Work 20 (4), 597-619, 2018
72018
The development of the Schema-Action-World (SAW) taxonomy for understanding decision making in aeronautical critical incidents
KL Plant, NA Stanton
Safety science 99, 23-35, 2017
72017
Distributed cognition in aviation operations: a gate-to-gate study with implications for distributed crewing
NA Stanton, KL Plant, KMA Revell, TGC Griffin, S Moffat, M Stanton
Ergonomics 62 (2), 138-155, 2019
62019
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