Neville A. Stanton

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Neville A. Stanton is a British Professor of Human Factors and Ergonomics at the University of Southampton. He has written and edited over a dozen books and a hundred peer-reviewed journal papers on applications of the subject. Stanton is a Fellow of the British Psychological Society and a Fellow of the The Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors and a member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology. He has been published in academic journals including Nature.[1] He has also helped organisations design new human-machine interfaces, such as the Adaptive Cruise Control system for Jaguar Cars. Other work includes assessment of human reliability in high risk systems, evaluation of control room interfaces, layouts, work design, social organisation and environment, and product design. He teaches courses on Human Factors methods, User Centred Design and Usability. His research interests include situation awareness, task analysis, cognitive work analysis, human error, socio-technical systems, naturalistic decision making and human reactions in emergencies.

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  • Modelling Command and Control.[4]
  • Digitising Command and Control.[5]
  • Human Factors in Auditory Warnings.[6]
  • Distributed Situation Awareness.[7]
  • Cognitive Work Analysis.[8]
  • Sociotechnical Systems.[9]
  • The Human Factors of Fratricide

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