His main research concerns Human factors and ergonomics, Situation awareness, Operations research, Transport engineering and Teamwork. His study in Human factors and ergonomics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Applied psychology, Injury prevention, Risk analysis, Systems theory and Occupational safety and health. His Systems theory research incorporates elements of Sociotechnical system, Process and Systems analysis.
His Operations research research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Reliability, Task analysis, Design process and Identification. His work in Transport engineering tackles topics such as Schema which are related to areas like Truck, Traffic psychology, Psychological intervention and Accident analysis. His Teamwork study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Data collection, Flowchart, Command and control, Data science and Process management.
His primary areas of investigation include Transport engineering, Human factors and ergonomics, Situation awareness, Sociotechnical system and Systems thinking. He combines subjects such as Train and Task analysis with his study of Transport engineering. Paul M. Salmon has researched Human factors and ergonomics in several fields, including Engineering ethics, Injury prevention, Risk analysis, Systems analysis and Occupational safety and health.
His Sociotechnical system research includes themes of Work domain analysis and Cognitive work analysis. His Systems thinking study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Causation, Accident analysis and Risk management framework. His Command and control research includes elements of Task, Human–computer interaction and Operations research.
Paul M. Salmon mainly focuses on Systems thinking, Applied psychology, Human factors and ergonomics, Sociotechnical system and Risk analysis. His Systems thinking research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Causation, Work systems, Accident analysis and Risk management framework. Paul M. Salmon merges many fields, such as Applied psychology and Situation awareness, in his writings.
His Human factors and ergonomics study combines topics in areas such as Psychological intervention, Work domain analysis and Engineering ethics. His study looks at the relationship between Sociotechnical system and fields such as Cognitive work analysis, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His work deals with themes such as Control, Risk management and Systems analysis, which intersect with Risk analysis.
Paul M. Salmon focuses on Systems thinking, Human factors and ergonomics, Applied psychology, Sociotechnical system and Accident analysis. The various areas that he examines in his Systems thinking study include Causation, Near miss and Set. His research in Human factors and ergonomics intersects with topics in Complex system, Injury prevention and Systems analysis.
His research integrates issues of Work-related musculoskeletal disorders, Teamwork, Work domain analysis, Minor and Cognitive work analysis in his study of Applied psychology. Paul M. Salmon has included themes like Management science, Systems design, Systems engineering, Darknet and Internet privacy in his Sociotechnical system study. His Accident analysis research incorporates themes from Systems theory and Process.
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Human Factors Methods: A Practical Guide for Engineering and Design
Neville A. Stanton;Neville A. Stanton;Paul M. Salmon;Laura A. Rafferty;Guy H. Walker.
Distributed situation awareness in dynamic systems: theoretical development and application of an ergonomics methodology
Neville Anthony Stanton;Rebecca Stewart;Don M Harris;Robert Houghton.
Situation awareness measurement: a review of applicability for C4i environments.
Paul M. Salmon;Neville A. Stanton;Guy H. Walker;Damian Green.
Applied Ergonomics (2006)
What really is going on? Review of situation awareness models for individuals and teams
Paul Matthew Salmon;Neville Anthony Stanton;Guy H Walker;C Baber.
Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science (2008)
Measuring Situation Awareness in complex systems: Comparison of measures study
Paul Salmon;Neville Anthony Stanton;Guy Walker;Daniel P Jenkins.
european conference on cognitive ergonomics (2009)
Human error taxonomies applied to driving: A generic driver error taxonomy and its implications for intelligent transport systems
Neville Anthony Stanton;Paul Salmon.
Safety Science (2009)
Systems-based accident analysis methods: A comparison of Accimap, HFACS, and STAMP
Paul M. Salmon;Miranda Cornelissen;Margaret J. Trotter.
Safety Science (2012)
A review of sociotechnical systems theory : a classic concept for new command and control paradigms
Guy H Walker;Neville Anthony Stanton;Paul Matthew Salmon;Daniel P Jenkins.
Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science (2008)
Distributed Situation Awareness: Theory, Measurement and Application to Teamwork
Paul Matthew Salmon;Neville Anthony Stanton;Neville Anthony Stanton;Guy H Walker;Daniel P Jenkins.
Cognitive Work Analysis: Coping with Complexity
Daniel P Jenkins;Neville Anthony Stanton;Paul Matthew Salmon;Guy H Walker.
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