Browse By Publication: Ergonomics
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Bach, Aaron J.E., Costello, Joseph, Borg, David N., & Stewart, Ian B. (2016) The Pandolf load carriage equation is a poor predictor of metabolic rate while wearing explosive ordnance disposal protective clothing. Ergonomics. (In Press)
Elton, Eddy, Johnson, Daniel, Nicolle, Colette, & Clift, Laurence (2013) Supporting the development of inclusive products : the effects of everyday ambient illumination levels and contrast on older adults' near visual acuity. Ergonomics, 56(5), pp. 803-817.
Hunt, Andrew P., Tofari, Paul J., Billing, Daniel C., & Silk, Aaron J. (2016) Tactical combat movements: Inter-individual variation in performance due to the effects of load carriage. Ergonomics, 59(9), pp. 1232-1241.
Johnson, Daniel M. & Wiles, Janet (2003) Effective affective user interface design in games. Ergonomics, 46(13-14), pp. 1332-1345.
Johnston, V., Jull, G., Souvlis, T., & Jimmieson, N.L. (2010) Interactive effects from self-reported physical and psychosocial factors in the workplace on neck pain and disability in female office workers. Ergonomics, 53(4), pp. 502-513.
Larue, Gregoire S., Rakotonirainy, Andry, & Pettitt, Anthony N. (2010) Real-time performance modelling of a sustained attention to response task. Ergonomics, 53(10), pp. 1205-1216.
Paul, Gunther & Wischniewski, Sascha (2012) Standardisation of digital human models. Ergonomics, 55(9), pp. 1115-1118.
Salmon, P., Williamson, A., Lenne, M., Mitsopoulos-Rubens, E., & Rudin-Brown, C.M. (2010) Systems-based accident analysis in the led outdoor activity domain : application and evaluation of a risk management framework. Ergonomics, 53(8), pp. 927-939.
Salmon, Paul M., Lenné, Michael G., Walker, Guy H., Stanton, Neville A., & Filtness, Ashleigh (2015) Using the Event Analysis of Systemic Teamwork (EAST) to explore conflict between different road user groups when making right hand turns at urban intersections. Ergonomics, 57(11), pp. 1628-1642.
Salmon, Paul M., Lenné, Michael G., Walker, Guy H., Stanton, Neville A., & Filtness, Ashleigh J. (2014) Exploring schema-driven differences in situation awareness between road users : an on-road study of driver, cyclist and motorcyclist situation awareness. Ergonomics, 57(2), pp. 191-209.
Worringham, Charles J. & Beringer, Dennis B. (1998) Directional stimulus-response compatibility: a test of three alternative principles. Ergonomics, 41(6), pp. 864-880.