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2006Distributed situation awareness in dynamic systems: Theoretical development and application of an ergonomics methodologyStanton, NA; Stewart, R; Harris, D; Houghton, RJ; Baber, C, et al
2001Do structured methods help eco-innovation: An evaluation of the product ideas tree diagramJones, E; Stanton, NA; Harrison, DJ
2005Driver behaviour with adaptive cruise controlStanton, NA; Young, MS
2007Driver safetyStanton, NA
1977Driving automation: Learning from aviation about design philosophiesYoung, MS; Stanton, NA; Harris, D
2000Efficacy of a map on search, orientation and access behaviour in a hypermedia systemStanton, NA; Correia, P; Dias, P
2006The ergonomics of command and controlStanton, NA; Baber, C
2002Error by design: Methods for predicting device usabilityStanton, NA; Baber, C
2000A field study of team working in a new human supervisory control systemStanton, NA; Ashleigh, M
1996From fly-by-wire to drive-by-wire: Safety implications of automation in vehiclesStanton, NA; Marsden, P
2008Genotype and phenotype schema and their role in distributed situation awareness in collaborative systemsStanton, NA; Salmon, PM; Walker, GH; Jenkins, DP
2003Giving ergonomics away? The application of ergonomics methods by novicesStanton, NA; Young, MS
2006Hierarchical task analysis: Developments, applications and extensionsStanton, NA
2006Hierarchical task analysis: Developments, applications and extensionsStanton, NA
2009Human error taxonomies applied to driving: A generic driver error taxonomy and its implications for intelligent transport systemsStanton, NA; Salmon, PM
2006In loco intellegentia: Human factors for the future European train driverYoung, MS; Stanton, NA; Walker, GH
2009Influencing interaction: Development of the design with intent methodLockton, D; Harrison, DJ; Holley, T; Stanton, NA
1998Is utility in the mind of the beholder? A review of ergonomics methodsStanton, NA; Young, MS
2002It’s all relative: Defining mental workload in the light of AnnettYoung, MS; Stanton, NA
2006Levels of abstraction in human supervisory control teamsStanton, NA; Ashleigh, M; Roberts, AD; Xu, F