Dr Mark Young

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Visiting Professor

Brunel University
Uxbridge
UB8 3PH
United Kingdom

Summary

Summary:

Mark Young is a Visiting Professor in Human Factors & Ergonomics within the School of Engineering and Design, Brunel University, London, UK. His research interests include cognitive ergonomics aspects of attention, human performance, and human error. Particular emphasis is placed on transportation human factors and transport safety, particularly with advanced vehicle technologies and automation. His research has focused mainly on driver attention and mental workload with vehicle automation, but he also has experience in rail safety and human factors aspects of aviation.

He is a Registered Member of the Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors (IEHF) and a member of the Human Centred Design Institute (HCDI).

Brief biography:

Mark has a BSc in Psychology and a PhD in Cognitive Ergonomics, both from the University of Southampton, and a PGCert in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education from Brunel University.  He worked at the Rail Safety and Standards Board from 2001 to 2003, and was a Visiting Fellow in the Department of Aviation, University of New South Wales, in 2004.  He was a full-time member of Brunel Design from 2004 to 2012, and is also a Visiting Fellow at Curtin University in Perth, Australia.

Research and Teaching

Research Interests

  • Transportation human factors
  • Human attention and mental workload
  • Human performance and human error
  • Human interaction with advanced technologies and automation

Previous Research

Knowledge Transfer Secondment – Volvo Cars

  • Sponsors: Brunel University
  • FEC Value: £5.5k
  • Dates: 2010

Making Things Better: An ergonomics exhibition at the Design Museum

  • Sponsors: EPSRC
  • FEC Value: £252k
  • Dates: 2008-2010

Secondment into knowledge (with Human Engineering Ltd)

  • Sponsors: London Development Agency
  • Value: £16k
  • Dates: 2007-2008

Foot-LITE: Enabling better driving

  • Sponsors: EPSRC
  • FEC Value: £313k
  • Dates: 2007-2010

Driven to distraction: Determining the effects of roadside advertising on driver attention

  • Sponsors: Rees Jeffreys Road Fund
  • FEC Value: £27k
  • Dates: 2006

Driving forces: Establishing Brunel as a centre of excellence in transport ergonomics

  • Sponsors: Brunel University
  • Value: £14k
  • Dates: 2005-2006

Research Supervision

  • 2012-2015 - “Applying user-centred design to geographic data products”. PhD project, co-supervisor, Brunel University
  • 2008-2012 - “Effect of physical and mental workload interactions on human attentional resources performance”. PhD project, main supervisor, Brunel University 
  • 2007-2012 - “The effects of display design on situation awareness for future train cab interface design”. PhD project, co-supervisor, Brunel University
  • 2007-2012 - “Criteria for acceptable stick force gradients of a light aeroplane”. PhD project, co-supervisor, Brunel University
  • 2008-2011 - “Designing for motivation”. MPhil project, main supervisor, Brunel University
  • 2007-2011 - “The effects of individual differences on mobile phone users’ operational behaviour”. PhD project, main supervisor, Brunel University
  • 2006-2011 - “New approaches for investigating aviation accident causation”. PhD project, main supervisor, Brunel University

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Admin / Esteem

  • Co-editor of the journal Ergonomics
  • Chair of the PR & Communications committee for the Institute of Ergonomics & Human Factors, 2007-2011
  • Member of the Vehicle Design Working Party on the Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety (PACTS), 2006-2012
  • Awarded the Isambard Kingdom Brunel award lecture at the British Science Festival 2010
  • Brunel University Heinz Wolff Fellow in Public Engagement, 2009-2011

Publications

Publications

Journal Papers

(Accepted) Stedmon, AW., Hasseldine, B., Rice, D., Young, M., Markham, S., Hancox, M., Brickell, E. and Noble, J., 'MotorcycleSim': an evaluation of rider interaction with an innovative motorcycle simulator, The Computer Journal In Press

(Accepted) Stanton, NA., Harris, D., Salmon, PM., Demagalski, J., Marshall, A., Waldmann, T., Dekker, S. and Young, MS., Predicting design induced error in the cockpit, Journal of Aeronautics, Astronautics and Aviation In Press

(Accepted) Walker, GH., Stanton, NA. and Young, MS., The role of vehicle feedback in driver situation awareness, Journal of Automobile Engineering, Part D In Press

(2011) Combe, N., Harrison, D., Craig, S. and Young, MS., An investigation into usability and exclusivity issues of digital programmable thermostats, Journal of Engineering Design Download publication

(2011) Young, MS. and Bunce, D., Driving into the sunset: supporting cognitive functioning in older drivers, Journal of Aging Research 2011 918782- Download publication

(2011) Navarro, J., Mars, F. and Young, MS., Lateral control assistance in car driving: classification, review and future prospects, IET Intelligent Transport Systems 5 (3) : 207- 220

(2011) Birrell, SA. and Young, MS., The impact of smart driving aids on driving performance and driver distraction, Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour

(2011) Birrell, SA. and Young, MS., The impact of smart driving aids on driving performance and driver distraction, Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 14 (6) : 484- 493

(2010) Young, MS., Book review on The human contribution: unsafe acts, accidents and heroic recoveries by J Reason, published in Farnham by Ashgate, Ergonomics 53 (4) : 586- 587

(2010) Young, MS., Book review on The multitasking myth: handling complexity in real-world operations by LD Loukopoulos, RK Dismukes and I Barshi published in Farnham, Surrey by Ashgate, Applied Cognitive Psychology 24 (7) : 1046- 1047

(2010) Young, MS., Human factors of visual and cognitive performance in driving, Ergonomics 53 (3) : 444- 445

(2010) Griffin, TG., Young, MS. and Stanton, NA., Investigating accident causation through information network modelling, Ergonomics 53 (2) : 198- 210

(2010) Young, MS., Birrell, SA. and Stanton, NA., Safe driving in a green world: A review of driver performance benchmarks and technologies to support 'smart' driving., Applied Ergonomics In Press

(2010) Verster, JC., Penning, R., Fliervoet, LAL., van Nuland, M., Oudelaar, M., Stephens, R., Rohsenow, D., McGeary, J., Levy, D., McKinney, A., Finnigan, F., Piasecki, TM., Slutske, WS., Adan, A., Prat, G., Batty, GD., Heffernan, T., Howland, J., Kim, D-J., Kruisselbrink, LD., Ling, J., Murphy, RJL., McGregor, N., Parkes, A., Reed, N., Smith, G. and Young, M., The alcohol hangover research group consensus statement on best practice in alcohol hangover research, Current Drug Abuse Reviews 3 (2) : 116- 126

(2009) Young, MS., Book review on Stories of modern technology failures and cognitive engineering successes by Nancy J Cooke and Frank Durso, published in Boca Raton, Florida by CRC Press, Ergonomics 52 (3) : 407- 408

(2009) Young, MS., Mahfoud, JM., Stanton, NA., Salmon, PM., Jenkins, DP. and Walker, GH., Conflicts of interest: the implications of roadside advertising for driver attention, Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 12 (5) : 381- 388

(2009) Hoc, J-M., Young, MS. and Blosseville, J-M., Cooperation between drivers and automation: implications for safety, Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science 10 (2) : 135- 160

(2009) Young, MS., Kodak's Ergonomic Design for People at Work, 2nd edition, ERGONOMICS 52 (6) : 756- 757

(2009) Salmon, PM., Stanton, NA., Walker, GH., Jenkins, D., Ladva, D., Rafferty, L. and Young, M., Measuring situation awareness in complex systems: comparison of measures study, International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 39 (3) : 490- 500 Download publication

(2009) Stanton, NA., Salmon, P., Harris, D., Marshall, A., Demagalski, J., Young, MS., Waldmann, T. and Dekker, S., Predicting pilot error: testing a new methodology and a multi-methods and analysts approach, Applied Ergonomics 40 (3) : 464- 471 Download publication

(2009) Young, MS., Robinson, S. and Alberts, P., Students pay attention! Combating the vigilance decrement during lectures, Active Learning in Higher Education 10 (1) : 41- 55 Download publication

(2009) Young, MS., Robinson, S. and Alberts, P., Students pay attention!: Combating the vigilance decrement to improve learning during lectures, Active Learning in Higher Education 10 (1) : 41- 55

(2009) Jenkins, DP., Stanton, NA., Walker, GH., Salmon, PS. and Young, MS., Using cognitive work analysis to explore system flexibility, Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science In Press

(2008) Jenkins, DP., Stanton, NA., Walker, GH., Salmon, PM. and Young, MS., Applying cognitive work analysis to the design of rapidly reconfigurable interfaces in complex networks, Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science 9 (4) : 273- 295 Download publication

(2008) Young, MS., Book review on The field guide to understanding human error by Sidney Dekker, published in Aldershot, Hampshire by Ashgate Publishing, Ergonomics 51 (7) : 1120- 1122

(2008) Young, MS., Book Review: Stories of modern technology failures and cognitive engineering successes, by Nancy J Cooke and Frank Durso, Ergonomics 51 (11) : 1793- 1794

(2008) Young, MS., Mahfoud, JM., Walker, GH., Jenkins, DP. and Stanton, NA., Crash dieting: the effects of eating and drinking on driving performance, Accident Analysis and Prevention 40 (1) : 142- 148 Download publication

(2008) Stanton, NA., Baber, C., Walker, GH., Houghton, RJ., McMaster, R., Stewart, R., Harris, D., Jenkins, D., Young, MS. and Salmon, PM., Development of a generic activities model of command and control, Cognition, Technology and Work 10 (3) : 209- 220 Download publication

(2008) Walker, GH., Stanton, NA. and Young, MS., Feedback and driver situation awareness (SA): a comparison of SA measures and contexts, Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 11 (4) : 282- 299

(2008) Jenkins, DP., Stanton, NA., Salmon, PM., Walker, GH. and Young, MS., Using cognitive work analysis to explore activity allocation within military domains, Ergonomics 51 (6) : 798- 815 Download publication

(2008) Salmon, PM., Stanton, NA., Walker, GH., Baber, C., Jenkins, DP., McMaster, R. and Young, MS., What really is going on? Review of situation awareness models for individuals and teams, Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science 9 (4) : 297- 323 Download publication

(2008) Young, MS., Stanton, NA., Walker, GH., Jenkins, DP. and Smart, W., Where do we go from here? An assessment of navigation performance using a compass versus a GPS unit, Cognition, Technology and Work 10 (3) : 231- 236 Download publication

(2007) Jenkins, DP., Stanton, NA., Walker, GH. and Young, MS., A new approach to designing lateral collision warning systems, International Journal of Vehicle Design 45 (3) : 379- 396 Download publication

(2007) Young, MS. and Stanton, NA., Back to the future: Brake reaction times for manual and automated vehicles, Ergonomics 50 (1) : 46- 58 Download publication

(2007) Young, MS., Book Review: The human factor: revolutionizing the way people live with technology by Kim Vincente, Ergonomics 50 (5) : 789- 790

(2007) Stanton, NA., Walker, GH., Young, MS., Kazi, T. and Salmon, PM., Changing drivers' minds: the evaluation of an advanced driver coaching system, Ergonomics 50 (8) : 1209- 1234 Download publication

(2007) Kazi, TA., Stanton, NA., Walker, GH. and Young, MS., Designer driving: drivers' conceptual models and level of trust in adaptive cruise control, International Journal of Vehicle Design 45 (3) : 339- 360 Download publication

(2007) Young, MS., Stanton, NA. and Harris, D., Driving automation: learning from aviation about design philosophies, International Journal of Vehicle Design 45 (3) : 323- 338 Download publication

(2007) Walker, GH., Stanton, NA. and Young, MS., Easy rider meets knight rider: an on-road exploratory study of situation awareness in car drivers and motorcyclists, International Journal of Vehicle Design 45 (3) : 307- 322

(2007) Young, MS., Mahfoud, JM., Stanton, NA., Walker, GH., Salmon, PM. and Jenkins, DP., Eyes front! Are roadside billboards bad for driver attention?, Traffic Engineering and Control 48 (8) : 365- 367

(2007) Young, MS. and Stanton, NA., Miles away. Determining the extent of secondary task interference on simulated driving, Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science 8 (3) : 233- 253 Download publication

(2007) Stanton, NA., Young, MS. and Walker, GH., The psychology of driving automation: a discussion with Professor Don Norman, International Journal of Vehicle Design 45 (3) : 289- 306 Download publication

(2007) Walker, GH., Stanton, NA. and Young, MS., What's happened to car design? An exploratory study into the effect of 15 years of progress on driver situation awareness, International Journal of Vehicle Design 45 (1-2) : 266- 282

(2007) Young, MS. and Stanton, NA., What's skill got to do with it? Vehicle automation and driver mental workload, Ergonomics 50 (8) : 1324- 1339 Download publication

(2007) Young, M., Working minds: A practitioner's guide to cognitive task analysis, PSYCHOLOGIST 20 (5) : 311- 311

(2006) Gibson, WH., Megaw, ED., Young, MS. and Lowe, E., A taxonomy of human communication errors and application to railway track maintenance, Cognition, Technology and Work 8 (1) : 57- 66

(2006) Walker, GH., Stanton, NA., Young, MS., Green, D., Gibson, H. and Baber, C., Analyzing the role of communications technology in C4i scenarios: A distributed cognition approach, Journal of Intelligent Systems 15 (1-4) : 299- 327

(2006) Stanton, NA. and Young, MS., Automatic intelligent cruise control, Journal of Intelligent Systems 15 357- 387 Download publication

(2006) Young, MS., Book Review: Traffic safety by Leonard Evans, Ergonomics 49 (9) : 909- 910

(2006) Stanton, NA., Stewart, R., Harris, D., Houghton, RJ., Baber, C., McMaster, R., Salmon, P., Hoyle, G., Walker, G., Young, MS., Linsell, M., Dymott, R. and Green, D., Distributed situation awareness in dynamic systems: theoretical development and application of an ergonomics methodology, Ergonomics 49 (12-13) : 1288- 1311 Download publication

(2006) Young, MS., Stanton, NA. and Walker, GH., In loco intellegentia: human factors for the future European train driver, International Journal of Industrial and Systems Engineering 1 (4) : 485- 501 Download publication

(2006) Stanton, NA., Harris, D., Salmon, PM., Demagalski, JM., Marshall, A., Young, MS., Dekker, SWA. and Waldmann, T., Predicting design induced pilot error using HET (human error template): a new formal human error identification method for flight decks, Aeronautical Journal 110 (1104) : 107- 115

(2006) Walker, GH., Stanton, NA. and Young, MS., The ironies of vehicle feedback in car design, Ergonomics 49 (2) : 161- 179

(2005) Stanton, NA., Walker, GH., Green, D., Gulliver, S., Jenkins, D., Young, MS., Watts, S., Baber, C., Cross, J., Houghton, R., McMaster, R. and Gibson, H., A reconfigurable C4 testbed for experimental studies into network enabled capability, IET Seminar Digest 2005 (11078) : 135- 143

(2005) Walker, GH., Stanton, NA., Young, MS., Green, D., Gulliver, S., Jenkins, D., Wells, L., Gibson, H. and Baber, C., Analysing network enabled capability in civilian work domains: A case study from air traffic control, IET Seminar Digest 2005 (11078) : 101- 108

(2005) Stanton, NA. and Young, MS., Driver behaviour with adaptive cruise control, Ergonomics 48 (10) : 1294- 1313 Download publication

(2005) Harris, D., Stanton, NA., Marshall, A., Young, MS., Demagalski, J. and Salmon, P., Using SHERPA to predict design-induced error on the flight deck, Aerospace Science and Technology 9 (6) : 525- 532 Download publication

(2004) Young, MS. and Stanton, NA., Taking the load off: investigations of how adaptive cruise control affects mental workload, Ergonomics 47 (9) : 1014- 1035 Download publication

(2003) Stanton, NA. and Young, MS., Giving ergonomics away? The application of ergonomics methods by novices, Applied Ergonomics 34 (5) : 479- 490 Download publication

(2002) Young, MS. and Stanton, NA., Attention and automation: new perspectives on mental underload and performance, Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science 3 (2) : 178- 194 Download publication

(2002) Young, MS. and Stanton, NA., It's all relative: defining mental workload in the light of Annett's paper, Ergonomics 45 (14) : 1018- 1020 Download publication

(2002) Young, MS. and Stanton, NA., Malleable attentional resources theory: a new explanation for the effects of mental underload on performance, Human Factors: The Journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 44 (3) : 365- 375 Download publication

(2001) Young, MS. and Stanton, NA., Out of control, New Scientist 2315 44- 47 Download publication

(2001) Walker, GH., Stanton, NA. and Young, MS., Where is computing driving cars?, International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction 13 (2) : 203- 229

(2000) Stanton, NA. and Young, MS., A proposed psychological model of driving automation, Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science 1 (4) : 315- 331 Download publication

(2000) Young, MS. and Stanton, NA., Journey's end: Will vehicle automation make skilled drivers redundant?, Proceedings of the XIVth Triennial Congress of the International Ergonomics Association and 44th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Association, 'Ergonomics for the New Millennium' 89- 92

(2000) Stanton, NA. and Young, MS., The role of mental models in using adaptive cruise control, Proceedings of the XIVth Triennial Congress of the International Ergonomics Association and 44th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Association, 'Ergonomics for the New Millennium' 298- 301

(1999) Stanton, NA. and Young, MS., What price ergonomics?, Nature 399 197- 198 Download publication

(1998) Stanton, N. and Young, M., Is utility in the mind of the beholder? A study of ergonomics methods, Applied Ergonomics 29 (1) : 41- 54 Download publication

(1998) Young, M., Tools and techniques, Applied Ergonomics 29 (6) : 521- 521

(1998) Stanton, NA. and Young, MS., Vehicle automation and driving performance, Ergonomics 41 (7) : 1014- 1028

(1997) Young, MS. and Stanton, NA., Automotive automation: Investigating the impact on drivers’ mental workload, International Journal of Cognitive Ergonomics 1 (4) : 325- 336 Download publication

(1997) Memon, A. and Young, M., Desperately seeking evidence: The recovered memory debate, Legal and Criminological Psychology 2 (2) : 131- 154

(1997) Stanton, NA., Young, M. and McCaulder, B., Drive-by-wire: The case of driver workload and reclaiming control with adaptive cruise control, Safety Science 27 (2-3) : 149- 159

Conference Papers

(2010) Basahel, AM., Young, MS. and Ajovalasit, M., Effects of interaction between physical and mental workload on human performance, Annual Conference of the Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors, Contemporary Ergonomics and Human Factors, 2010 598- 601

(2009) Hsieh, HC., Holland, R. and Young, M., A theoretical model for cross-cultural web design, 1st International Conference on Human Centered Design (HCD 2009)

(2007) Griffin, TGC., Young, MS. and Stanton, NA., A complex network approach to aviation accident analysis, Annual Meeting of the Ergonomics-Society, CONTEMPORARY ERGONOMICS 2007 67- 72

(2010) Birrell, SA., Young, MS. and Weldon, AM., DELIVERING SMART DRIVING FEEDBACK THROUGH A HAPTIC PEDAL, Annual Conference of the Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors, CONTEMPORARY ERGONOMICS AND HUMAN FACTORS 2010 431- 439

(1997) Stanton, NA. and Young, M., Driven to distraction? Driving with automation, Autotech Congress - Automotive Environmental Impact and Safety, AUTOMOTIVE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT AND SAFETY - AUTOTECH '97 (97) : 77- 86

(2010) Young, MS., Bisset, FJ., Grant, L., Williams, B., Sell, R. and Haslam, RA., HOW ERGONOMICS MAKES THINGS BETTER: LESSONS FROM AND FOR PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT, Annual Conference of the Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors, CONTEMPORARY ERGONOMICS AND HUMAN FACTORS 2010 485- 493

(2010) Basahel, AM., Young, MS. and Ajovalasit, M., Impacts of physical and mental workload interaction on human attentional resources performance, , ECCE 2010 - European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics 2010: The 28th Annual Conference of the European Association of Cognitive Ergonomics 215- 217

(2001) Stanton, NA. and Young, MS., Psychological factors of using adaptive cruise control, 3rd International Conference on Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics, ENGINEERING PSYCHOLOGY AND COGNITIVE ERGONOMICS VOLUME FIVE 399- 405

(1999) Stanton, NA. and Young, MS., Psychological issues in driver automation, Seminar on Advanced Driver Assistance Systems - Vehicle Control for the Future, ADVANCED DRIVER ASSISTANCE SYSTEMS (ADAS) (1999) : 67- 87

(2010) Love, S., Young, M. and Brinkman, W-P., Putting users' first: The importance of human-centred design in the development of mobile applications and services, , ECCE 2010 - European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics 2010: The 28th Annual Conference of the European Association of Cognitive Ergonomics 299- 300

(2001) Young, MS. and Stanton, NA., Size matters: the role of attentional capacity in explaining the effects of mental underload on performance, 3rd International Conference on Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics, ENGINEERING PSYCHOLOGY AND COGNITIVE ERGONOMICS VOLUME FIVE 357- 364

(1997) Young, M. and Stanton, N., Taking the load off: Investigating the effects of vehicle automation on mental workload, Annual Conference of the Ergonomics-Society, CONTEMPORARY ERGONOMICS 1997 98- 103

(1998) Young, M. and Stanton, N., What's skill got to do with it? Vehicle automation and driver mental workload, Annual Conference of the Ergonomics-Society Royal-Agricultural-College, CONTEMPORARY ERGONOMICS 1998 436- 440

Book Chapters

(2009) Young, MS., Birrell, SA. and Stanton, NA., Design for smart driving: a tale of two interfaces. In: Harris, D. ed. Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics. Berlin/Heidelberg : Springer-Verlag (5639/2009) : 477- 485

(2009) Young, MS., Spanning attention: what really goes on between perception and action?. In: de Waard, D., Godthelp, J., Kooi, FL. and Brookhuis, K. eds. Human Factors, Security and Safety. Maastricht : Shaker Publishing 411- 423

(2009) Young, MS., The role of the human in future systems – considerations and concerns. In: Bust, PD. ed. Contemporary Ergonomics 2009. Taylor and Francis 199- 207

(2008) Young, MS., Birrell, SA., Stanton, NA., Thorpe, N. and Fowkes, M., Safe and fuel efficient driving: defining the benchmarks. In: Bust, PD. ed. Contemporary Ergonomics 2008. London : Taylor and Francis 749- 754

(2007) Aujla, A., Stanton, NA., Jenkins, DP., Salmon, PM., Walker, GH. and Young, MS., Designing human computer interfaces for command and control environments. In: Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics. Berlin/Heidelberg : Springer (4562) : 3- 9

(2007) Young, MS., Stanton, NA., Walker, GH., Jenkins, DP. and Salmon, PM., Mental workload in command and control teams: Musings on the outputs of EAST and WESTT. In: Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics. Berlin/Heidelberg : Springer (4562) : 455- 464

(2007) Stanton, NA., Walker, G., Jenkins, D., Salmon, P., Young, M. and Aujla, A., Models of command and control. In: Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics. Berlin/Heidelberg : Springer (4562) : 600- 608

(2007) Walker, GH., Stanton, NA., Jenkins, D., Salmon, P., Young, M. and Aujla, A., Sociotechnical theory and NEC system design. In: Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics. Berlin/Heidelberg : Springer (4562) : 619- 628

(2007) Jenkins, DP., Stanton, NA., Salmon, PM., Walker, GH., Young, MS., Whitworth, I., Farmilo, A. and Hone, G., The development of a cognitive work analysis tool. In: Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics. Berlin/Heidelberg : Springer (4562) : 504- 511

(2007) Salmon, PM., Stanton, NA., Jenkins, DP., Walker, GH., Young, MS. and Aujla, A., What really is going on? Review, critique and extension of situation awareness theory. In: Harris, D. ed. Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics. (4562) : 407- 416

(2005) Young, MS. and Stanton, NA., Applying interviews to usability assessment. In: Stanton, NA., Hedge, A., Brookhuis, K., Salas, E. and Hendrick, HW. eds. Handbook of Human Factors and Ergonomics Methods. Taylor & Francis

(2005) Young, M. and Jenkinson, J., Human factors issues raised by the proposed introduction of GSM radio telecommunications into the UK rail environment. In: Wilson, JR. ed. Rail human factors. -

(2005) Young, MS. and Stanton, NA., Mental workload. In: Stanton, NA., Hedge, A., Brookhuis, K., Salas, E. and Hendrick, HW. eds. Handbook of Human Factors and Ergonomics Methods. Taylor & Francis

(2005) Gibson, WH., Megaw, ED., Young, M. and Lowe, E., The analysis of human communication errors during track maintenance. In: Wilson, JR. ed. Rail human factors. -

(2001) Young, MS. and Stanton, NA., Mental workload: theory, measurement, and application. In: Karwowski, W. ed. International encyclopedia of ergonomics and human factors. Taylor & Francis (1) : 507- 509

(1999) Young, MS. and Stanton, NA., The interview as a usability tool. In: Memon, A. and Bull, R. eds. Handbook of the Psychology of Interviewing. John Wiley & Sons 227- 238 Download publication

(1997) Stanton, N. and Young, M., Ergonomics methods in consumer product design and evaluation. In: Stanton, N. ed. Human factors in consumer products. CRC Press -

Books

(1999) Stanton, NA. and Young, MS., A guide to methodology in ergonomics: designing for human use. Taylor and Francis

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