Penelope Sanderson
TitleCited byYear
Exploratory sequential data analysis: Foundations
PM Sanderson, C Fisher
Human-computer interaction 9 (4), 251-317, 1994
3291994
Modeling and predicting mental workload in en route air traffic control: Critical review and broader implications
S Loft, P Sanderson, A Neal, M Mooij
Human factors 49 (3), 376-399, 2007
2712007
Interruptions in healthcare: theoretical views
T Grundgeiger, P Sanderson
International journal of medical informatics 78 (5), 293-307, 2009
2362009
MacSHAPA and the enterprise of exploratory sequential data analysis (ESDA)
P Sanderson, J Scott, T Johnston, J Mainzer, L Watanabe, J James
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 41 (5), 633-681, 1994
2261994
The human planning and scheduling role in advanced manufacturing systems: an emerging human factors domain
PM Sanderson
Human Factors 31 (6), 635-666, 1989
2111989
Verbalizable knowledge and skilled task performance: Association, dissociation, and mental models.
PM Sanderson
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 15 (4), 729, 1989
1951989
Verbal protocol analysis
L Bainbridge, P Sanderson
Evaluation of human work 7, 1995
1771995
Object displays do not always support better integrated task performance
PM Sanderson, JM Flach, MA Buttigieg, EJ Casey
Human Factors 31 (2), 183-198, 1989
1751989
Interruption management in the intensive care unit: Predicting resumption times and assessing distributed support.
T Grundgeiger, P Sanderson, HG MacDougall, B Venkatesh
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 16 (4), 317, 2010
1352010
Sonification supports eyes-free respiratory monitoring and task time-sharing
M Watson, P Sanderson
Human factors 46 (3), 497-517, 2004
1352004
Designing teams for first-of-a-kind, complex systems using the initial phases of cognitive work analysis: Case study
N Naikar, B Pearce, D Drumm, PM Sanderson
Human Factors 45 (2), 202-217, 2003
1342003
Evaluating design proposals for complex systems with work domain analysis
N Naikar, PM Sanderson
Human Factors 43 (4), 529-542, 2001
1262001
Anesthesia alarms in context: an observational study
FJ Seagull, PM Sanderson
Human Factors 43 (1), 66-78, 2001
1142001
Emergent features in visual display design for two types of failure detection tasks
MA Buttigieg, PM Sanderson
Human factors 33 (6), 631-651, 1991
1101991
Designing for attention with sound: Challenges and extensions to ecological interface design
MO Watson, PM Sanderson
Human Factors 49 (2), 331-346, 2007
1002007
Learnability and discriminability of melodic medical equipment alarms
PM Sanderson, A Wee, P Lacherez
Anaesthesia 61 (2), 142-147, 2006
952006
Advanced patient monitoring displays: tools for continuous informing
PM Sanderson, MO Watson, WJ Russell
Anesthesia & Analgesia 101 (1), 161-168, 2005
872005
SHAPA: An interactive software environment for protocol analysis
PM Sanderson, JM James, KS Seidler
Ergonomics 32 (11), 1271-1302, 1989
851989
Work domain analysis for training-system definition and acquisition
N Naikar
The International Journal of Aviation Psychology 9 (3), 271-290, 1999
841999
Are melodic medical equipment alarms easily learned?
AN Wee, PM Sanderson
Anesthesia & Analgesia 106 (2), 501-508, 2008
812008
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