Sidney Dekker spends much of his time researching Human error, Computer security, Accountability, Risk analysis and Management. Human error overlaps with fields such as Artificial intelligence, Operations research, Context, Hindsight bias and Accident in his research. His work deals with themes such as Ordination, Construct, Industrial and organizational psychology and Function allocation, which intersect with Computer security.
His research on Accountability also deals with topics like
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Human error, Aviation, Public relations, Risk analysis and Operations research. He integrates many fields, such as Human error and engineering, in his works. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Computer security, Cockpit and Simulation.
As part of his studies on Cockpit, Sidney Dekker often connects relevant areas like Crew resource management. The Public relations study combines topics in areas such as Safety culture, Politics and Blame. His Operations research study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Automation.
Sidney Dekker mainly investigates Human error, Public relations, Resilience engineering, Risk analysis and Engineering ethics. His Human error investigation overlaps with other areas such as Systems thinking, Focus, Front line, Constructed language and Session. His Systems thinking research includes elements of Epistemology, Framing and Human–computer interaction.
His work carried out in the field of Public relations brings together such families of science as Safety culture, Bureaucracy, Politics, Restorative justice and Thematic analysis. His Resilience engineering research integrates issues from Theme, Management science and Futures studies. His Risk analysis study incorporates themes from Margin, Sphere of influence, Session and Balance.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Public relations, Occupational safety and health, Liability, Resilience engineering and Zero. Sidney Dekker interconnects Health care, Thematic analysis and Bureaucracy, Politics in the investigation of issues within Public relations. In his research, Unintended consequences, Public economics, Audit and Safety management systems is intimately related to Accountability, which falls under the overarching field of Liability.
His Resilience engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Social science, Theme, Management science and Engineering ethics. Sidney Dekker usually deals with Law and limits it to topics linked to Enlightenment and Control and Law and economics. His study deals with a combination of Product and Human error.
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The Field Guide to Understanding 'Human Error'
Drift into Failure: From Hunting Broken Components to Understanding Complex Systems
Just Culture: Balancing Safety and Accountability
Sidney Lund Dekker.
The effects of job insecurity on psychological health and withdrawal: A longitudinal study
Sidney W.A. Dekker;Wilmar B. Schaufeli.
Australian Psychologist (1995)
Behind Human Error
David D. Woods;Sidney Dekker;Richard Cook;Leila Johannesen.
The Field Guide to Human Error Investigations
Ten questions about human error
Sidney W.A. Dekker.
Reconstructing human contributions to accidents: the new view on error and performance.
Sidney W.A. Dekker.
Journal of Safety Research (2002)
MABA-MABA or Abracadabra? Progress on Human–Automation Co-ordination
Sidney W. A. Dekker;David D. Woods.
Cognition, Technology & Work (2002)
Failure to adapt or adaptations that fail: contrasting models on procedures and safety
Sidney W. A. Dekker.
Applied Ergonomics (2003)
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