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Dr Thomas Waldmann

Research Interests

Work Psychology, Ergonomics, Ageing

Professional Activities

Committee

  • 2006 Chair, Irish Ergonomics Society,
  • 2003 UL Ethics Committee,
  • 1899 Psychological Society of Ireland,

Award

  • 1998 - Applied Ergonomics Award
  • - Royal Aeronautical Society

Education

  • 1991 Universitty of Ulster - Doctor of Philosophy
  • 1987 The Queen's University of Belfast - M.Sc.
  • 1979 New University of Ulster - B.Sc.

Association

  • 1979 Graduate Member, British Psychological Society
  • Associate Fellow, Membership, Qualifications and Registration Committee, Psychological Society of Ireland
  • Fellow, Chair, Irish Ergonomics Society

Language

  • German
  • English

Publications

Book Chapter

2010

Ch.7: Intelligence, creativity and decisions in consumer product design
O'Flynn, Raymy Kate;Waldmann,Thomas
Human Factors in Design: Consumer Product Design

2004

Gender differences in equine visuo-spatial ability
Murphy, J; Waldmann, T; Arkins, S
Emerging Equine Science

2004

Gender differences in cognition and perception may affect equine performance
Murphy, J; Waldmann, T; Arkins, S
Emerging Equine Science

2003

How to choose your competition horse
Murphy, J; Waldmann, T; Arkins, S
Irish Scientist

2003

Predicting Pilot Error: Assessing the performance of Sherpa
Stanton, N; Young, M; Salmon, P; Harris, D; Demagalki, J; Marshall, A; Waldmann, T; Dekker,S
Human-Centred Computing

2001

Using the internet for self-assessment and accuracy in recognition tasks
Ferri, F; Waldmann, T
Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics

1999

Self-assessment and verbal accuracy in verbal recognition
Waldmann, T; O'Donnell, R
Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics

Conference Contribution


Conference Publication

2007
2006
1998

ADVANCES IN OCCUPATIONAL ERGONOMICS AND SAFETY, VOL 2
Dinneen, B; Waldmann, T; Hennessy, L

Other Journal

2003

Cognitive failings of behavioural training for safe machine tool operations
Seery, N., Gaughran, W. and Waldmann, T.
Irish Ergonomics Review

Other Publication

1979

Peer Reviewed Journal

2010

Predicting design-induced error in the cockpit
Stanton N.-A., Harris D., Salmon P.-M., Demagalski J., Marshall A., Waldmann T., Dekker S., Young M.-S.
Journal Of Aeronautics, Astronautics And Aviation, Series A

2009

Predicting pilot error: Testing a new methodology and a multi-methods and analysts approach
Stanton, NA; Salmon, P; Harris, D; Marshall, A; Demagalski, J; Young, MS; Waldmann, T; Dekker, S
Applied Ergonomics DOI: 10.1016/j.apergo.2008.10.005

2009

Predicting Design Induced Error in the Cockpit
Stanton, N; Salmon, PM; Harris, D; Demagalski, JM; Marshall, A; Waldmann, T; Dekker, S; Young, M
Journal Of Aeronautics, Astronautics And Aviation

2006

Predicting design induced pilot error using HET (human error template) - A new formal human error identification method for flight decks
Stanton, NA; Harris, D; Salmon, PM; Demagalski, JM; Marshall, A; Young, MS; Dekker, SWA; Waldman, T
Aeronautical Journal

2004

Sex differences in equine learning skills and visuo-spatial ability
Murphy, J; Waldmann, T; Arkins, S
Applied Animal Behaviour Science DOI: 10.1016/j.applanim.2003.12.002

1992

Rehabilitation of drinking drivers: The practice in Germany
Waldmann, T; Henderson, P
Irish Journal Of Psychology