Falconer, B. (2005). Cultural Changes in military aviation: Soft Issues at the Sharp End. Human Factors and Aerospace Safety Journal, 5 (1), 61-79. Ashgate Publishing, UK.

Getley,I.L., M. L. Duldig, D. F. Smart, and M. A. Shea (2005). Radiation dose along North American transcontinental flight paths during quiescent and disturbed geomagnetic conditions, Space Weather, 3,S01004, doi:10.1029/2004SW000110.

Gordon, R., Shorrock, S.T., Pozzi, S. and Boschiero, A. (2005). Predicting and simulating human errors using the airborne separation assurance system procedure. Human Factors and Aerospace Safety, 5 (1), 43-60.

Kirwan, B., Shorrock, S.T., Scaife, R. and Fearnside, P. (2005). Reducing separation in the open flight information region: insights into a human factors safety case. In B. Kirwan, M.D. Rodgers, D. Schaeffer (Eds.), Human Factors Impacts in Air Traffic Management. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

Park, J. W., Robertson, R. and Wu, C. L., (2005). Investigating the effects of airline service quality on airline image and passengers' future behavioural intentions: findings from Australian international air passengers. Journal of Tourism Studies, 16 (1).

Shorrock, S. (2005). Human error in air traffic control. Invited lecture to the Royal Aerospace Society. Sydney, April 2005.

Shorrock, S. (2005). Human error in air traffic control: A psychological perspective. Invited lecture to the Australian Institute of Navigation. Sydney, October 2005.

Shorrock, S.T. (in press). Errors of memory in air traffic control. Safety Science. Accepted for Publication 23 February 2005.

Shorrock, S.T. (2005). TRACEr and TRACEr-lite: bridging the gap between incident investigation and performance prediction. Safety and Reliability. 25 (2), 62-81.

Shorrock, S.T. (2005). Book review of 'Endsley, M.R., Bolte, B. and Jones, D.G. (2003). Designing for situation awareness: an approach to user-centered design'. Ergonomics, 48 (8), 1062-1063.

Shorrock, S. (2005). Book review of 'Davies, J.,Ross, A., Wallace, B., and Wright, L.(2003). Safety Management : A Qualitative systems Approach'. Ergonomics, 48 (1), 98-99.

Shorrock, S.T. (2005). Managing system disturbances in transportation. Lloyds List DCN Conference on Human Factors in Transport, Sydney, August 2005.

Shorrock, S.T. (in press). Technique for the retrospective and predictive analysis of human error (TRACEr and TRACEr-lite). Accepted for publication in W. Karwowski (Ed.) International Encyclopedia of Ergonomics and Human Factors (2nd Edition). London: Taylor and Francis. Accepted 15 October 2004.

Shorrock, S.T., Kirwan, B. and Smith, E. (2005). Performance prediction in air traffic management: applying human error analysis approaches to new concepts. In B. Kirwan, M.D. Rodgers, D. Schaeffer (Eds.), Human Factors Impacts in Air Traffic Management. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

Shorrock, S.T. and Murphy, D.J. (2005). The ergonomist as a skilled helper. In P. Bust and P.T. McCabe (Eds.), Contemporary Ergonomics 2005. London: Taylor and Francis.

Shorrock, S.T. and Straeter, O. (in press). A framework for managing system disturbances and insights from air traffic management. Ergonomics. Accepted for publication 17 October 2005.

Shorrock, S.T. and Straeter, O. (in press). Managing system disturbances: human factors issues. Accepted for publication in W. Karwowski (Ed.) International Encyclopedia of Ergonomics and Human Factors (2nd Edition). London: Taylor and Francis. Accepted 15 October 2004.

Shorrock, S.T. and Woldring, M. (in press). The Human Factors Case: A framework for human factor integration. In W. Karwowski (Ed.) International Encyclopedia of Ergonomics and Human Factors (2nd Edition). London: Taylor and Francis. Accepted 26 August 2004.

Shorrock, S., Young, M. and Faulkner, J. (2005). Who moved my (Swiss) cheese? Aircraft and Aerospace, January-February 2005, 31-33.

Wu, C. L. (2005). Exploring the inherent delays and operational reliability of airline schedules. Journal of Air Transport Management, 11 (4), 273-282.

Young, M.S., Shorrock, S.T. and Faulkner, J.P.E. (2005). Taste preferences of transport safety investigators: Who doesn't like Swiss cheese? In P. Bust and P.T. McCabe (Eds.), Contemporary Ergonomics 2005. London: Taylor and Francis.

Young, M.S., Shorrock, S.T. and Faulkner, J.P.E., Braithwaite, G.R. (2005). The (r)evolution of human factors in transport safety investigation. International Society of Air Safety Investigators, ISASI Forum, 28 (3) (July-September), 10-13.

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