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Sidney Dekker
Sidney Dekker
Professor of Social Science, Griffith University
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The field guide to understanding ‘human error’
S Dekker
CRC press, 2017
13762017
Drift into failure: From hunting broken components to understanding complex systems
S Dekker
CRC Press, 2016
9602016
Just culture: Balancing safety and accountability
S Dekker
crc Press, 2016
8882016
The effects of job insecurity on psychological health and withdrawal: A longitudinal study
SWA Dekker, WB Schaufeli
Australian psychologist 30 (1), 57-63, 1995
8441995
Ten questions about human error: A new view of human factors and system safety
S Dekker
CRC Press, 2004
6562004
Behind human error
DD Woods, S Dekker, R Cook, L Johannesen, N Sarter
CRC Press, 2017
6502017
The field guide to human error investigations
S Dekker
Routledge, 2017
5742017
The complexity of failure: Implications of complexity theory for safety investigations
S Dekker, P Cilliers, JH Hofmeyr
Safety science 49 (6), 939-945, 2011
4272011
Reconstructing human contributions to accidents: the new view on error and performance
SWA Dekker
Journal of safety research 33 (3), 371-385, 2002
3982002
MABA-MABA or abracadabra? Progress on human–automation co-ordination
SWA Dekker, DD Woods
Cognition, Technology & Work 4 (4), 240-244, 2002
3822002
Failure to adapt or adaptations that fail: contrasting models on procedures and safety
S Dekker
Applied ergonomics 34 (3), 233-238, 2003
3512003
Anticipating the effects of technological change: a new era of dynamics for human factors
D Woods, S Dekker
Theoretical issues in ergonomics science 1 (3), 272-282, 2000
3052000
Human factors and folk models
S Dekker, E Hollnagel
Cognition, Technology & Work 6 (2), 79-86, 2004
3022004
Safety differently
S Dekker
CRC Press, 2014
2672014
The need for a systems theory approach to road safety
P Larsson, SWA Dekker, C Tingvall
Safety science 48 (9), 1167-1174, 2010
2602010
Resilience engineering: chronicling the emergence of confused consensus
S Dekker
Resilience Engineering, 77-92, 2017
2392017
Patient safety
S Dekker
A human factors approach, 2011, 2011
2392011
Resilience engineering perspectives: remaining sensitive to the possibility of failure
E Hollnagel, CP Nemeth, S Dekker
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2008
214*2008
The bureaucratization of safety
SWA Dekker
Safety science 70, 348-357, 2014
2072014
‘Just culture:’Improving safety by achieving substantive, procedural and restorative justice
SWA Dekker, H Breakey
Safety science 85, 187-193, 2016
1952016
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