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Publications

2017

HOWARD, S., LANG, A., SHARPLES, S. and SHAW, D., 2017. See I told you I was taking it! – Attitudes of adolescents with asthma towards a device monitoring their inhaler use: Implications for future design: Applied Ergonomics Applied Ergonomics. 58, 224-237

SHARPLES, S., 2017. Commentary: Analysis, investigation and judgement: The post-hoc application of human factors analyses to incidents: Applied Ergonomics Applied Ergonomics. 59, 526-527

HARSHADA PATEL and MIRABELLE D'CRUZ, 2017. Passenger-centric factors influencing the experience of aircraft comfort Transport Reviews.

LANGLEY, A, PATEL, H and HOUGHTON, RJ, 2017. Fostering a Community of Practice for industrial processesIn: GROSSER, S, REYES LECUONA, A and GRANHOLM, G, eds., Dynamics of Life-Long Assets: From Technology Adaptation to Upgrading the Business Model Springer. 

SPRINKS, J, WARDLAW, J, HOUGHTON, RJ, BAMFORD, S and MORLEY, J, 2017. Task Workflow Design and its impact on performance and volunteers' subjective preference in Virtual Citizen Science International Journal of Human-Computer Studies. 104, 50-63

LARGE, D. R., BURNETT, G. E. and BOLTON, A., 2017. Augmenting Landmarks during the Head-Up Provision of In-Car Navigation Advice International Journal of Mobile Human Computer Interaction. 9(2), 18-39

SMITH, M., GABBARD, J. L., BURNETT, G. and DOUTCHEVA, N., 2017. The effects of augmented reality head-up displays on drivers' eye scan patterns, performance, and perceptions: International Journal of Mobile Human Computer Interaction International Journal of Mobile Human Computer Interaction. 9(2), 1-17

LARGE, D. R., CLARK, L., QUANDT, A., BURNETT, G. and SKRYPCHUK, L., 2017. Steering the conversation: A linguistic exploration of natural language interactions with an autonomous digital driving assistant Applied Ergonomics. 63, 53–61

HELLEWELL, J. S., POPOV, A. A., BURNETT, G. E. and GRIFFIN, J. W., 2017. Model predictive control for active drive-torque distribution during a slalom manouevre

HOWARD, S., LANG, A., SHARPLES, S. and SHAW, D., 2017. See I told you I was taking it! – Attitudes of adolescents with asthma towards a device monitoring their inhaler use: Implications for future design: Applied Ergonomics Applied Ergonomics. 58, 224-237

2016

WANG, Q., SUN, X., COBB, S., LAWSON, G. and SHARPLES, S., 2016. 3D printing system: an innovation for small-scale manufacturing in home settings? – early adopters of 3D printing systems in China: International Journal of Production Research International Journal of Production Research. 1-16

HERBISON, N., MACKEITH, D., VIVIAN, A., PURDY, J., FAKIS, A., ASH, I. M., COBB, S. V., EASTGATE, R. M., HAWORTH, S. M., GREGSON, R. M. and FOSS, A. J. E., 2016. Randomised controlled trial of video clips and interactive games to improve vision in children with amblyopia using the I-BiT system: British Journal of Ophthalmology British Journal of Ophthalmology.

PORCHERON, MARTIN, FISCHER, JOEL E. and SHARPLES, SARAH C., 2016. Using Mobile Phones in Pub TalkIn:Proceedings of the 19th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing (CSCW '16). 1647-1659

KEFALIDOU, G. and SHARPLES, S., 2016. Encouraging Serendipity in Research: Designing technologies to support Connection-Making International Journal of Human-Computer Studies. 59 (In Press.)

HOUGHTON, RJ, WHITE, C, GOLIGHTLY, D and WILSON, JR, 2016. Span of control in rail track work Cognition, Technology and Work. 18(2), 361-378

I. PEREZ, J. PINCHIN, M. BROWN, J. BLUM and S. SHARPLES, 2016. Unsupervised Labelling of Sequential Data for Location Identification in Indoor Environments Expert Systems with Applications.

LARGE, D.R., CRUNDALL, E., BURNETT, G.E., HARVEY, C. and KONSTANTOPOULOS, P., 2016. Driving without wings: the effect of different digital mirror locations on the visual behaviour, performance and opinions of driversApplied Ergonomics. 55(2016), 148-148

LARGE, D.R., BURNETT, G.E., OLIVER, K. and BENFORD, S., 2016. Crowdsourcing ‘good’ landmarks for vehicle navigation systems Behaviour and Information Technology.

ANTROBUS, V., BURNETT, G.E. and KREHL, C., 2016. Driver-Passenger Collaboration as a basis for Human-Machine Interface Design for Vehicle Navigation Systems Ergonomics.

LARGE, D. R., BURNETT, G. E. and BOLTON, A., 2016. Augmenting Landmarks during the Head-Up Provision of In-Car Navigation Advice International Journal of Mobile Human Computer Interaction. (In Press.)

ELIZABETH CRUNDALL, DAVID LARGE and GARY BURNETT, 2016. A Driving Simulator Study to Explore the Effects of Text Size on the Visual Demand of In-Vehicle Displays Displays. 43, 23-29 (In Press.)

SHARPLES, S., SHALLOE, S., BURNETT, G. and CRUNDALL, D., 2016. Journey decision making: the influence on drivers of dynamic information presented on variable message signs: Cognition Technology & Work 18(2), 303-317

LEE, J., OH, S. and BURNETT, G., 2016. Organizational Socialization of Academic Librarians in the United States: Journal of Academic Librarianship Journal of Academic Librarianship.

ELIZABETH CRUNDALL, GARY BURNETT and DAVID LARGE, 2016. Understanding the Effects of Text Size on the Visual Demand of In-Vehicle Displays Displays. (In Press.)

DAVID LARGE, GARY BURNETT, ADAM BOLTON and EDITHA VAN LOON, 2016. Augmenting Landmarks during the Head-Up Provision of In-Car Navigation Advice International Journal of Mobile Human-Computer Interaction. (In Press.)

MISSIE SMITH, JOE GABBARD, GARY BURNETT and NADIA DOUTCHEVA, 2016. The Effect of Head-Up Displays on Eye Fixation Patterns, Driving Performance and User Preferences International Journal of Mobile Human-Computer Interaction.

ANSTEAD, E, BENFORD, S and HOUGHTON, RJ, 2016. MarathON MultiScreen: Group television watching and interaction in a viewing ecology. In: Proceedings of the 19th ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing. 405-417

SHARPLES, S and HOUGHTON, RJ, 2016. The field becomes the laboratory?: The impact of the contextual digital footprint on the discipline of E/HF Ergonomics.

HOUGHTON, RJ, WHITE, C, GOLIGHTLY, D and WILSON, JR, 2016. Span of control in rail track work Cognition, Technology and Work. 18(2), 361-378

KEFALIDOU, G and HOUGHTON, RJ, 2016. "How can a horse be in two places at once?": Group sensemaking with diverse and ambiguous informationIn: Contemporary Ergonomics & Human Factors 2016.

BALFE, N, HOUGHTON, RJ and SHARPLES, S, 2016. Investigating strategies in rail signalling: Comparison of simulation methodsIn: Contemporary Ergonomics & Human Factors 2016.

DOWTHWAITE, E, HOUGHTON, RJ and MORTIER, R, 2016. How relevant is copyright to online artists?: A qualitative study of understandings, coping strategies and possible solutions First Monday: Peer-reviewed journal on the internet. 21(5), 4

HOUGHTON, RJ, WARDLAW, J, SPRINKS, J, GIORDANO, M, BAMFORD, S and MARSH, S, 2016. Martian Factors: A systems ergonomics approach to citizen scienceIn: Human Factors In Complex Systems 2016. (In Press.)

MULLER, J-P and ET AL, 2016. EU-FP7-iMARS Analysis of Mars multi-resolution images using auto-coregistration, data mining and crowd source techniques: Processed results - a first look In: International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing XXIII Congress. (In Press.)

DIMOND, M, TAYLOR, N and HOUGHTON, RJ, 2016. Estimating and editing transit topology over the road graph using supply data feeds In: 19th AGILE Conference on Geographic Information Science. (In Press.)

 WATERSON, PATRICK E., KENDRICK, VICTORIA L., RYAN, BRENDAN, JUN, THOMAS and HASLAM, ROGER A., 2016.Probing deeper into the risks of slips, trips and falls for an ageing rail passenger population: applying a systems approach IET INTELLIGENT TRANSPORT SYSTEMS. 10(1), 25-31 

2015

HERBISON, N., ASH, I. M., MACKEITH, D., VIVIAN, A., PURDY, J. H., FAKIS, A., COBB, S. V., HEPBURN, T., EASTGATE, R. M., GREGSON, R. M. and FOSS, A. J. E., 2015. Interactive stereo games to improve vision in children with amblyopia using dichoptic stimulation

HORIA A. MAIOR, MATTHEW PIKE, SARAH SHARPLES and MAX L. WILSON, 2015. Examining the Reliability of Using fNIRS in Realistic HCI Settings for Spatial and Verbal Tasks In: CHI2015: Proceedings of the 33rd annual ACM conference on Human factors in computing systems. Seoul, South Korea, 18 - 23 Apr 2015. 3039-3042

BROWN, M., SHAW, D., SHARPLES, S., JEUNE, I. L. and BLAKEY, J., 2015. A survey-based cross-sectional study of doctors' expectations and experiences of non-technical skills for out of hours work: BMJ Open BMJ Open. 5(2),

LEWIS, L., SHARPLES, S., CHANDLER, E. and WORSFOLD, J., 2015. Hearing the way: Requirements and preferences for technology-supported navigation aids: Applied Ergonomics Applied Ergonomics. 48, 56-69

BALFE, N., SHARPLES, S. and WILSON, J. R., 2015. Impact of automation: Measurement of performance, workload and behaviour in a complex control environment: Applied Ergonomics Applied Ergonomics. 47, 52-64

BLAKEY, J. D., BROWN, M., PINCHIN, J., BARLEY, M. and SHARPLES, S., 2015. PRO: Confronting resistance to rule-based medicine is essential to improving outcomes: Thorax Thorax. 70(2), 110-111

BROWN, M., HOUGHTON, R., SHARPLES, S. and MORLEY, J., 2015. The attribution of success when using navigation aids: Ergonomics Ergonomics. 58(3), 426-433

CRANWELL, J., XU, S., GOLIGHTLY, D., KEFALIDOU, G., BEDWELL, B. and SHARPLES, S., 2015. Emerging Issues in Mobile Data Capture Methods Across Multiple Domains: Learning from the User ExperienceIn: J. LUMSDEN, ed.,Emerging Perspectives on the Design, Use, and Evaluation of Mobile and Handheld Devices Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference. IGI Global. 176-217

HARRINGTON, K., FULTON, P., BROWN, M., PINCHIN, J. and SHARPLES, S., 2015. Digital wellbeing assessments for people affected by dementia

SALANITRI, D., HARE, C., BORSCI, S., LAWSON, G., SHARPLES, S. and WATER FI ELD, B., 2015. Relationship between trust and usability in virtual environments: An ongoing study

LONG, M., BURNETT, G., HARDY, R. and ALLEN, H., 2015. Full windscreen Head-up Displays; the effects of dual-task processing and image contrast: Perception Perception. 44, 146-146

LONG, M., ALLEN, H., BURNETT, G. and HARDY, R., 2015. Depth discrimination between Augmented Reality and Real-world Targets: Perception Perception. 44(10), 1244-1245

SHARPLES, S., SHALLOE, S., BURNETT, G. and CRUNDALL, D., 2015. Journey decision making: the influence on drivers of dynamic information presented on variable message signs: Cognition, Technology and Work Cognition, Technology and Work. 1-15

SMITH, M., DOUTCHEVA, N., GABBARD, J. L. and BURNETT, G., 2015. Optical See-Through Head Up Displays' Effect on Depth Judgments of Real World ObjectsIn: HOLLERER, T., INTERRANTE, V., LECUYER, A. and SWAN, J. E., eds.,2015 Ieee Virtual Reality Conference Ieee Computer Soc. 401-405

BORSCI, S., LAWSON, G. and BROOME, S., 2015. Empirical evidence, evaluation criteria and challenges for the effectiveness of virtual and mixed reality tools for training operators of car service maintenance: Computers in Industry Computers in Industry. 67, 17-26

BROWN, M, COUGHLAN, T, BLUM, J, LAWSON, G, HOUGHTON, RJ, MORTIER, R, GOULDEN, M and ARUNCHALAM, U,2015. Tailored Scenarios: A low-cost online method to elicit perceptions of home technologies using participant-specific contextual information Interacting With Computers. 27(1), 60-71

HOUGHTON, RJ, BABER, C, STANTON, NA, JENKINS, DP and REVELL, K, 2015. Combining network analysis with Cognitive Work Analysis: Insights into social organisational and cooperation analysis Ergonomics. 58(3), 434-449

HOUGHTON, RJ, BALFE, N and WILSON, JR, 2015. Systems analysis and designIn: WILSON, J and SHARPLES, S, eds., The Evaluation of Human Work (4th Edition) CRC/Taylor and Francis. (In Press.)

SPRINKS, J, HOUGHTON, RJ, BAMFORD, S and MORLEY, J, 2015. Keeping citizen scientists interested: The importance of task workflow design In: Citizen Science 2015.

MULLER, J-P, SIDIROPULOS, P, YERSHOV, V, GWINNER, K, VAN GASSELT, S, WALTER, S, IVANOV, A, MORLEY, J, SPRINKS, J, HOUGHTON, RJ, BAMFORD, S and KIM, J-R, 2015. EU-FP7 iMars: One year on with a focus on DTM, auto co-registration and citizen scienceIn: Geophysical Research Abstracts. 17. EGU2015-10807

SPRINKS, J, HOUGHTON, RJ, BAMFORD, S and MORLEY, J, 2015. The impact of task workflow on citizen science users and resultsIn: Contemporary Ergonomics and Human Factors 2015. 371-378

DOWTHWAITE, L, HOUGHTON, RJ and MORTIER, R, 2015. Fame or function?: How webcomics artists choose what to share In: Contemporary Ergonomics 2015.

SPRINKS, J, HOUGHTON, RJ, BAMFORD, S, MORLEY, J and WARDLAW, J, 2015. Is that a crater?: Designing citizen science platforms for the volunteer and to improve results In: European Planetary Sciences Congress Abstracts. 10.ESPSC2015-694 (In Press.)

HOUGHTON, RJ and PATEL, H, 2015. Interface design for prognostic maintenance In: Proceedings of the 19th Triennial Congress of the IEA. (In Press.)

SPRINKS, J, HOUGHTON, RJ, BAMFORD, S and MORLEY, J, 2015. Citizen science: The importance of being needed and not wastedIn: The ACM SIGCHI Annual Symposium on Computer-Human Interaction in Play (CHI PLAY 2015).

WARDLAW, J, SPRINKS, J, HOUGHTON, RJ, BAMFORD, S, MORLEY, J and MARSH, S, 2015. iMars: Crowd-sourced analysis of imagery for geological change on Mars.In: GRSG 26th Annual Conference "Challenges in Geological Remote Sensing", Frascati, Italy. (In Press.)

RYAN, B., 2015. Incident Reporting and Analysis. In: WILSON, J.R. and SHARPLES, S., eds., Evaluation of Human Work Fourth Edition. CRC Press. 821-836

PERKINS, A., RYAN, B. and SIEBERS, P. O., 2015. Modelling and simulation of rail passengers to evaluate methods to reduce dwell times

RYAN, B., 2015. Safety and Security in Rail Systems: Drawing from the Prevention of Railway Suicide and Trespass to Inform Security Interventions: Hostile Intent and Counter-Terrorism: Human Factors Theory and ApplicationAshgate Publishing Ltd. 

2014

Burnett, G.E. and Diels, C. (2014), Acceptance of In-vehicle Information and Assistance Systems: An overview, In Regan, M. Stevens, A. and Horberry, T. (Eds). Driver Acceptance for in-vehicle technology. Ashgate publishers

Gouy, M., Wiedemann, K., Reed, N., Stevens, A. and Burnett, G. (2014). Driving next to automated vehicle platoons: How do short time headways influence non-platoon drivers' longitudinal control? Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour (available online April 2014)

Hao J, Brown M, Harding J. (2014). GIS for All: Exploring the Barriers and Opportunities for Underexploited GIS Applications. OSGEO Journal, ISSN 1994-1897, 13, 14-28

Hazzard, A., Benford, S., Burnett, G. (2014) “Walk this Way: Musically Guided Walking Experiences”, Accepted for publication in CHI 2014 conference proceedings, Held April 2014, ACM Press

Large, D. R., Burnett, G. E. (2014) The effect of different navigation voices on trust and attention while using in-vehicle navigation systems. Journal of Safety Research. Vol. 49, 2014

Large, D. R., Golightly, D., Taylor, E.L., (2014) The effect of driver advisory systems on train driver workload and performance. Proceedings of Ergonomics and Human Factors Conference (EHF2014)

Stevens, A and Burnett, G.E. (2014) Design for usability, In Regan, M. Stevens, A. and Horberry, T. (Eds). Driver Acceptance for in-vehicle technology. Ashgate publishers

2013

Brown, M., Coughlan, T., Lawson, G., Goulden, M., Houghton, R. J., & Mortier, R. (2013). Exploring Interpretations of Data from the Internet of Things in the Home. Interacting with Computers, 25(3), 204-217.

Brown, M., Sharples, S., & Harding, J. (2013). Introducing PEGI: A usability process for the practical evaluation of Geographic Information. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 71(6), 668-678.

Brown, M., Sharples, S., Harding, J., Parker, C. J., Bearman, N., Maguire, M., ... & Jackson, M. (2013). Usability of Geographic Information: Current challenges and future directions. Applied ergonomics, 44(6), 855-865.

Buksh, A., Sharples, S., Wilson, J. R., Coplestone, A. & Morrisroe, G. (2013) A comparative cognitive task analysis of the different forms of driving in the UK rail system. In Dadashi, N., Scott, A., Wilson, J. R. & Mills, A. (Eds.) (2013) Rail Human Factors: supporting reliability, safety and cost reduction. UK: Taylor and Francis

Buksh, A., Sharples, S., Wilson, J. R., Morrisroe, G. & Ryan, B. (2013) Train automation and control technology- ERTMS from users’ perspectives. In Anderson, M. (Ed.) (2013) Contemporary Ergonomics and Human Factors 2013. UK: Taylor and Francis

Burnett, G.E., Crundall, E., Large, D., Lawson, G. and Skrypchuk, L. (2013) A study of un-directional swipe gestures on in-vehicle touchscreens, Paper submitted to Auto-UI Conference, Eindhoven, October 2013

Burnett, G.E., Large, D. R., Lawson, G., De-Kremer, S., Skrypchuk, L. (2013) A comparison of resistive and capacitive touchscreens for use within vehicles, Advances in Transportation Studies 31, Nov 2013

Burnett, G.E., Lawson, G., Donkor, R. and Kuriyagawa, Y. (2013) Menu hierarchies for in-vehicle user-interfaces: is breadth favoured over depth? Displays, 34(4), 241-249

Burnett, G.E., Neila, N.G., Large, D., Crundall, E., Lawson, G. Skrypchuk, L. and Thompson, S. (2013) How do you assess the distraction of in-vehicle information systems? A comparison of occlusion, lane change task and medium-fidelity driving simulator methods, Driver Distraction and Inattention Conference, Gothenburg, September 2013

Cebola, N., Golightly, D., Wilson, J. R., & Clark, T. (2013) Fatigue, anxiety and performance for on-call safety critical decision makers in rail maintenance. Proceedings of 4th Rail Human Factors Conference, London, April, 2013.

Coughlan T, Leder-Mackley K, Brown M, Martindale S, Schlögl S, Mallaband B, Arnott J, Hoonhout J, Szostak D, Brewer R, Poole E, Pirhonen A, Mitchell V, Pink S, Hine N. (2013). Current Issues and Future Directions in Methods for Studying Technology in the Home. Psychnology Journal, 11, 2, p159-184.

Floyde, A., Lawson, G., Shalloe, S., Eastgate, R., and D’Cruz, M., (2013). The design and implementation of knowledge management systems and e-learning for improved occupational health and safety in small to medium-sized enterprises. Safety Science, 60, 69-76.

Foss, A.J., Gregson R.M., Mackeith D., Herbison N., Ash I.M., Cobb S.V., Eastgate R.M., Hepburn T., Vivian A., Moore D. and Haworth S.M., (2013). Evaluation and development of a novel binocular treatment (I-BiT™) system using video clips and interactive games to improve vision in children with amblyopia (‘lazy eye’): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial Trials. 14(1), 145

Golightly, D., Easton, J., Roberts, C., Sharples, S. (2013) Applications, value and barriers of common data frameworks in the UK rail industry. To Appear in Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part F, Journal of Rail and Rapid Transit.

Golightly, D., Ryan, B., Dadashi, N., Pickup, L & Wilson, J. R. (2013) Use of scenarios and function analyses to understand the impact of situation awareness on safe and effective work on rail tracks. Safety Science, 56, 52-62.

Gouy, M., Diels, C., Reed, N., Stevens, A. and Burnett, G. (2013). On-road conformity experiment – do drivers reduce their headway due to the presence of platoons keeping short headways in traffic? IET Journal on Intelligent Transport Systems, 7(1), 32-45.

Herbison, N., Cobb, S., Gregson, R., Ash, I., Eastgate, R., Purdy, J., Hepburn, T., Mackieth, D. and Foss, A., (2013). Interactive binocular treatment (I-BiT) for amblyopia: results of a pilot study of 3D shutter glasses system. Eye. 27(9), 1077-1083

Lang, AR., Martin, JL., Sharples, S. and Crowe, JA. (2013) Medical device design for adolescent adherence and developmental goals: a case study of a cystic fibrosis physiotherapy device. Patient Preference and Adherence. 8: 301–309

Lang, AR., Martin, JL., Sharples, S. and Crowe, JA. (2013) The effect of design on the usability and real world effectiveness of medical devices: A case study with adolescent users. Applied Ergonomics. 44(5):799-810

Large, D., Burnett, G.E., Crundall, E., Lawson, G., and De-Kramer, S. (2013) Measuring the distraction of alternative list-scrolling techniques when using interactive touchscreen displays in vehicles, Driver Distraction and Inattention Conference, Gothenburg, September 2013

Large, D. R. Burnett, G. E. (2013) Drivers’ Preferences and Emotional Responses to Satellite Navigation Voices, International Journal of Vehicle Noise and Vibration. Vol. 9, Nos. 1/2, 2013 pp. 28-46

Patrick, C, Balfe, N, Wilson, JR and Houghton, RJ, (2013). Signaller information use in traffic regulation decisions. In: Dadashi, N, Scott, A, Wilson, JR and Mills, A, eds., Rail Human Factors: Supporting reliability, safety and cost reduction Routledge. 409-419.

Ryan, B. and Wilson, J.R., 2013. Ergonomics in the development and implementation of organisational strategy for sustainability. Ergonomics. 56, 522-540.

Sharples, S., Brown, M., Harding, J., & Jackson, M. (2013). Usability, human factors and geographic information (special issue introduction). Applied ergonomics, 44(6), 853-854.
Sharples, S., Shalloe, S., Burnett, G. and Crundall, D, 2013. Journey Decision Making: The influence of dynamic information presented on Variable Message Signs, In: European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics, ECCE 2013, Université de Toulouse Toulouse, France 26 – 28 August 2013.

Stanton, N.A., Mcilroy, R.C., Harvey, C., Blainey, S., Hickford, A., Preston, J. and Ryan, B., (2013). Following the CWA train of thought: Exploring the barriers and constraints of modal shift to rail transport. Ergonomics. 56, 541-555.

2012

Balfe, N., Wilson, J.R., Sharples, S. and Clarke, T., (2012) Development of design principles for automated systems. Ergonomics. 55(1), 37-54.

Burnett, G.E., and Donkor, R. A. (2012). Evaluating the impact of Head-Up Display complexity on peripheral detection performance: a driving simulator study, Advances in Transportation Studies: An international journal.

Burnett, G.E., Lawson, G., Millen, L., Pickering, C. Webber, E. (2012). Designing touchpad user-interfaces for right-hand drive vehicles: an investigation into where the touchpad should be located. Behaviour and Information Technology.

Dadashi, Y., Sharples, S., Wilson, J.R. and Clarke, T., (2012) Investigating presentation of rail specific spatial information on handheld computer screens.  Accepted for publication in Journal of Personal and Ubiquitous Computing.

Dadashi, N., Wilson, J.R., Golightly, D., Sharples, S. and Clarke, T., (2012), Practical use of work analysis to support rail electrical control room display design.  Accepted for Journal of Rail and Rapid Transport (IMechE Part F).

Dul, J., Bruder, R., Buckle, P., Carayon, P., Falzon, P., Marras, W.S., Wilson, J.R. and van der Doelen, B., (2012), A strategy for human factors/ergonomics: Developing the discipline and profession. Ergonomics. Vol. 55 Issue 4.

Golightly, D., Wilson, J.R., Lowe, E. and Sharples, S. (2012), The role of SA for understanding signalling and control in rail operations.  Accepted to appear in Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science.

Gouy, M., Diels, C., Reed, N., Stevens, A. & Burnett, G. (2012). The effects of short time headways within automated vehicle platoons on other drivers. In N. A. Stanton (Ed), Advances in Human Aspects of Road and Rail Transportation (pp. 529-538). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.

Gouy, M., Diels, C., Reed, N., Stevens, A. & Burnett, G. (2012). Preferred time headway assessment with the method of limits. In P.V. Mora, J.-F. Pace and L. Mendoza (Eds), Proceedings of European Conference on Human Centred Design for Intelligent Transport Systems (pp. 87-93). HUMANIST Publications.

Keane, D., Lang, AR., Craven, M., and Sharples, S. (2012) The Use of Vignettes for Conducting Healthcare Research. Advances in Human Aspects of Healthcare. Duffy, VG (Ed). CRC Press. 49, 451–460.

Lang, AR., Martin, JL., Sharples, S. & Crowe, JC. (2012) A Case Study for the Inclusion of Adolescents in Medical Device Design. Advances in Human Aspects of Healthcare. Duffy, VG (Ed). CRC Press. 48, 441-450.

Lang, AR., Martin, JL., Sharples, S., Crowe, JA., and Murphy, E., (2012) Not a Minor Problem: Involving Adolescents in Medical Device Design Research. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science. 15(2), 181-192

Lawson, G., Hermawati, S., D’Cruz, M., Cobb, S., Shalloe, S., 2012. Human Factors research methods in the design and evaluation of applied virtual environments. Tijdschrift voor Ergonomie 2012-3. (Dutch Journal of Ergonomics). 5-10

Patel, H., Pettitt, M. and Wilson, J.R., (2012) Factors of collaborative working: A framework for a collaboration model. Applied Ergonomics. 43(1), 1-26.

Pitts, M., Burnett, G.E., Skrypchuk, Lee, Wellings, T., Attridge, A., Williams, M.A. (2012). Visual-haptic feedback interaction in automotive touchscreen use, Displays, 33(1), 7-16

Ryan, B., Wilson, J.R. and Schock, A. (2012). Understanding human factors in rail engineering: re-analysis of detailed, qualitative data on functions and risks. Work. Supplement, 4237-4245.

Sharples, S., Martin, JL., Lang, AR., Craven, M., O'Neill, S., and Barnett, J., (2012) Medical Device Design in Context: A Model of User-Device Interaction and Consequences. Displays. Vol33 4-5. 221–232

2011

Sun, S., Sharples, S., and Makri, S. (2011) A user-centred mobile diary study approach to understanding serendipity in information research. Information Research, 16(3).

Stedmon, A.W., Bayon, V., and Griffiths, D. (2011) Expanding interaction potentials within virtual environments: Investigating the usability of speech and manual input modes for decoupled interation Advances in Human-Computer Interaction, Vol. 2011

Stedmon A.W., Crundall, D., Crundall, E., Irune, A., Saikayasit, R., van Loon, E., Ward, P., and Greig, N. (2011) Developing a collective test battery to investigate rider behaviour: An integrated experiment approach.  Advances in Transport Studies (2010 Special Issue), 63-78.

Stedmon, A.W., (2011) The camera never lies ... or does it?  The dangers of taking CCTV surveillance at face value: A human factors approach.  Surveillance and Society, 8(4), 527-534.

Sharples, S., Millen, L., Golightly, D. and Balfe, N., (2011) The impact of automation in rail signalling operations. Journal of Rail and Rapid Transit. Proceedings of IMechE, Part F 225(2) 179-191.

Pitts, M., Burnett, G.E., Skrypchuk, L., Wellings, T., Attridge, A. and Williams, M.A., (2011) Visual-haptic feedback interaction in automotive touchscreen use, Displays 33(1).

Patel, H., Pettitt, M. and Wilson, J.R., (2011) Factors of collaborative working: A framework for a collaboration modelApplied Ergonomics, 43, 1-26.

Millen, L., Cobb, S. and Patel, H., (2011) Participatory design approach with children with autism, International Journal on Disability and Human Development. 10(4), 289-294.

Kirchhubel, C., Howard, D.M. and Stedmon. A.W., (2011) Acoustic correlates of speech when under stress: Research, methods and future directions.  International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law 18(1), 75-98.

Dianat, I., Haslegrave, C.M. and Stedmon, A.W., (2011) Using pliers in assembly work: short and long task duration effects of gloves on hand performance capabilities and subjective assessments of discomfort and ease of tool manipulation. Applied Ergonomics.

Crundall, D., Crundall, E., Burnett, G., Shalloe, S. and Sharples, S., (2011) The impact of map orientation and generalisation on congestion decisions: a comparison of schematic-egocentric and topographic-allocentric map, Ergonomics 54(8), 700-715.

Burnett, G.E., Millen, L. and Lawson, G., (2011) Investigating design issues for the use of touchpad techology within vehicles, Advances inTransportation Studies: An international journal (2011 special issue).

Balfe, N., Wilson, J.R., Sharples, S. and Clarke, T., (2012) Development of design principles for automated systems. Ergonomics. 55(1), 37-54.

Burnett, G., Lawson, G., Millen, L. and Pickering, C., (2011) Designing touchpad user-interfaces for vehicles: which tasks are most suitable? Behaviour & Information Technology, 30, 403-414. 

Dadashi, Y., Sharples, S., Wilson, J.R. and Clarke, T., (2011) Investigating presentation of rail specific spatial information on handheld computer screensJournal of Personal and Ubiquitous Computing. 1-14.

Hilton, D., Cobb, S., Pridmore, T., Gladman, J. and Edmans, J. (2011). Development and evaluation of a mixed reality system for stroke rehabilitation. In: Advanced Computational Intelligence Paradigms in Healthcare 6 (eds. S. Brahnam & L.C. Jain), Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, Chapter 10, 193-228.

Millen, L., Edwards, T., Golightly, D., Sharples, S., Wilson, J., and Kirwan, B. (2011). Systems change in transport control: applications of cognitive work analysis. International Journal of Aviation Psychology, 21 (1). 62-84. 

Parsons, S. and Cobb, S. (2011). State-of-the art of Virtual Reality technologies for children on the autism spectrum. European Journal of Special Needs Education (EJSNE), 26(3), 355-366.

Parsons, S., Millen, L., Garib-Penna, S. and Cobb, S. (2011). Participatory design in the development of innovative technologies for children and young people on the autism spectrum: the COSPATIAL project. Journal of Assistive Technologies, 5 (1). 29-34. 

Ryan, B., Qu, R., Shock, A. and Parry, T. (2011). Integrating human factors and operational research in a multidisciplinary investigation of road maintenance. Ergonomics. 54(5), 436-452.

Stedmon, A.W., Harris, S. and Wilson, J.R., (2011). Simulated multiplexed CCTV: The effects of screen layout and task complexity on user performance and strategies. Security Journal, 24, 344–356.

Stedmon, A.W., Patel, H., Sharples, S.C., & Wilson, J.R. (2011). Developing speech input for virtual reality applications: A reality based interaction approach. International Journal of Human Computer Studies, 69(1-2), 3-8.

Waddingham, P., Eastgate, R. and Cobb, S. (2011).Design and development of a virtual-reality based system for improving vision in children with amblyopia . In: Advanced Computational Intelligence Paradigms in Healthcare 6 (eds. S. Brahnam & L.C. Jain), Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, chapter 11, 229-252.

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