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Mark Wiggins
Mark Wiggins
Other namesMark W Wiggins
Professor of Organisational Psychology
Verified email at mq.edu.au
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Cognitive failure analysis for aircraft accident investigation
D O'HARE, M Wiggins, R Batt, D Morrison
Ergonomics 37 (11), 1855-1869, 1994
3061994
Expertise in aeronautical weather-related decision making: a cross-sectional analysis of general aviation pilots.
M Wiggins, D O'Hare
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 1 (4), 305, 1995
2351995
Cognitive task analyses for decision centred design and training
D O'HARE, M Wiggins, A Williams, W Wong
Ergonomics 41 (11), 1698-1718, 1998
1971998
Weatherwise: Evaluation of a cue-based training approach for the recognition of deteriorating weather conditions during flight
M Wiggins, D O'Hare
Human Factors 45 (2), 337-345, 2003
1262003
Expert and novice pilot perceptions of static in-flight images of weather
MW Wiggins, D O'Hare
The International Journal of Aviation Psychology 13 (2), 173-187, 2003
1122003
Expert, intermediate and novice performance during simulated pre-flight decision-making
M Wiggins*, C Stevens, A Howard, I Henley, D O'Hare
Australian Journal of Psychology 54 (3), 162-167, 2002
772002
Cue-utilisation typologies and pilots’ pre-flight and in-flight weather decision-making
MW Wiggins, D Azar, J Hawken, T Loveday, D Newman
Safety Science 65, 118-124, 2014
722014
Risk tolerance and pilot involvement in hazardous events and flight into adverse weather
K Pauley, D O'Hare, M Wiggins
Journal of safety research 39 (4), 403-411, 2008
722008
An objective approach to identifying diagnostic expertise among power system controllers
T Loveday, MW Wiggins, JM Harris, D O’Hare, N Smith
Human Factors 55 (1), 90-107, 2013
702013
Measuring relative cue strength as a means of validating an inventory of expert offender profiling cues
BW Morrison, MW Wiggins, NW Bond, MD Tyler
Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making 7 (2), 211-226, 2013
682013
Measuring expertise in weather-related aeronautical risk perception: the validity of the Cochran–Weiss–Shanteau (CWS) Index
K Pauley, D O'Hare, M Wiggins
The International Journal of Aviation Psychology 19 (3), 201-216, 2009
682009
Cue utilization and broad indicators of workplace expertise
T Loveday, MW Wiggins, BJ Searle
Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making 8 (1), 98-113, 2014
662014
Vigilance decrement during a simulated general aviation flight
MW Wiggins
Applied Cognitive Psychology 25 (2), 229-235, 2011
642011
Cue utilization and cognitive load in novel task performance
S Brouwers, MW Wiggins, W Helton, D O’Hare, B Griffin
Frontiers in psychology 7, 435, 2016
632016
The capability of static and dynamic features to distinguish competent from genuinely expert practitioners in pediatric diagnosis
T Loveday, MW Wiggins, BJ Searle, M Festa, D Schell
Human Factors 55 (1), 125-137, 2013
632013
Understanding how pilots make weather-related decisions
DR Hunter, M Martinussen, M Wiggins
The international journal of aviation psychology 13 (1), 73-87, 2003
602003
Aviation social science: Research methods in practice
MW Wiggins, C Stevens
Routledge, 2016
592016
The role of cue utilisation and adaptive interface design in the management of skilled performance in operations control
MW Wiggins
Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science 15 (3), 283-292, 2014
592014
Improving pilots’ risk assessment skills in low-flying operations: The role of feedback and experience
B Molesworth, MW Wiggins, D O’Hare
Accident Analysis & Prevention 38 (5), 954-960, 2006
552006
Psychological effects of classroom noise on early childhood teachers
L Grebennikov, M Wiggins
The Australian educational researcher 33 (3), 35-53, 2006
542006
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