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T. Carden, G. Read, N. Goode, and P. M. Salmon, Sociotechnical systems as a framework for regulatory system design and evaluation: using work domain analysis to examine a new regulatory system, Applied Ergonomics

A. Clacy, N. Goode, R. Sharman, G. Lovell, and P. Salmon, A knock to the system: A new sociotechnical systems approach to sport-related concussion, Journal of Sports Sciences, pp.1-7, 2017.

A. Clacy, N. A. Goode, R. Sharman, G. Lovell, P. M. Salmon et al., Identifying risks and emergent risks across sociotechnical systems: the NETworked hazard analysis and risk management system (NET-HARMS), Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, 2018.

V. Filingeri, K. Eason, P. Waterson, and R. Haslam, Factors influencing experience in crowds -The participant perspective, Applied Ergonomics, vol.59, pp.431-441, 2017.

E. C. Frederick, Physiological and ergonomics factors in running shoe design, Applied Ergonomics, vol.15, issue.4, pp.281-287, 1984.

N. Goode, P. M. Salmon, N. Z. Taylor, M. G. Lenné, and C. F. Finch, Lost in translation: the validity of a systemic accident analysis method embedded in an incident reporting software tool, Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, vol.17, pp.483-506, 2016.

N. Goode, P. M. Salmon, M. G. Lenne, and C. Finch, Bridging the gap between accident prevention theory and practice, 2018.

A. Herbaut, Determination of optimal shoe fitting for children tennis players: effects of inner-shoe volume and upper stiffness, Applied Ergonomics Hollnagel, E, 2012.

A. Hulme, P. M. Salmon, R. O. Nielsen, G. R. Read, and C. Finch, From control to causation: Validating a 'complex systems model' of running-related injury development and prevention, Applied Ergonomics, vol.65, pp.345-354, 2017.

A. Hulme, S. Mclean, A. Clacy, K. Plant, J. Thompson et al., Applying systems ergonomics methods in sport: A systematic review, Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making, 2014.

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M. J. Lake, Determining the protective function of sports footwear, Ergonomics, vol.43, issue.10, pp.1610-1621, 2000.

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N. G. Leveson, A new accident model for engineering safer systems, Safety Science, vol.42, issue.4, pp.237-270, 2004.

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A. Macquet and N. A. Stanton, Do the coach and athlete have the same picture of the situation? Distributed Situation Awareness in an elite sport context, Applied Ergonomics, vol.45, issue.3, pp.724-733, 2014.
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A. Macquet and K. Kragba, What makes basketball players continue with the planned play or change it? A case study of the relationships between sense-making and decision-making, Cognition, Technology and Work, vol.17, issue.3, pp.345-353, 2015.
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A. Macquet and V. Skalej, Time management in elite sports: How do elite athletes manage time under fatigue and stress conditions?, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, vol.88, issue.2, pp.341-363, 2015.

A. Macquet, C. Ferrand, and N. A. Stanton, Divide and rule: A qualitative analysis of the debriefing process in elite team sports, Applied Ergonomics, vol.51, pp.30-38, 2013.
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D. E. Mcghee, J. R. Steele, W. J. Zealey, and G. J. Takacs, Bra-breast forces generated in women with large breasts while standing and during treadmill running: Implications for sports bra design, Applied Ergonomics, vol.44, issue.1, pp.112-118, 2013.

S. Mclean, C. Soloman, A. Gorman, and P. M. Salmon, What's in a game? A systems approach to enhancing performance analysis in football, Plos One, pp.1-15, 2017.

S. Mclean, P. M. Salmon, A. D. Gorman, N. J. Stevens, and C. Solomon, A social network analysis of the goal scoring passing networks of the 2016 European Football Championships, Human Movement Science, vol.57, pp.400-408, 2018.

N. J. Mcneese, N. J. Cooke, M. A. Fedele, and R. Gray, Theoretical and Methodical Approaches to Studying Team Cognition in Sports. Procedia Manufacturing, vol.3, pp.1211-1218, 2015.

T. Neville and P. M. Salmon, Never blame the umpire? A review of situation awareness models and methods for examining the performance of officials in sport, Ergonomics, vol.59, issue.7, pp.962-975, 2016.

T. J. Neville, P. M. Salmon, G. J. Read, A. Kalloniatis, and C. , Play on or call a foul: testing and extending distributed situation awareness theory through sports officiating, Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, vol.17, issue.1, pp.80-103, 2017.

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M. Récopé, H. Fache, J. Beaujouan, F. Coutarel, and G. Rix-lievre, A study of the individual activity of professional volleyball players: situation assessment and sensemaking under time pressure, Applied Ergonomics

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P. M. Salmon and A. Macquet, Advances in Human Factors in Sports and Outdoor Recreation, 2017.

P. M. Salmon, A. Williamson, M. G. Lenne, E. Mitsopoulos, and C. M. Rudin-brown, , 2010.

, Systems-based accident analysis in the led outdoor activity domain: application and evaluation of a risk management framework, Ergonomics, vol.53, issue.8, pp.927-939

P. M. Salmon, N. Goode, M. G. Lenné, E. Cassell, and C. Finch, Injury causation in the great outdoors: a systems analysis of led outdoor activity injury incidents, Accident Analysis and Prevention, vol.63, pp.111-120, 2014.

P. M. Salmon, N. Goode, N. Taylor, C. Dallat, C. Finch et al., Rasmussen's legacy in the great outdoors: a new incident reporting and learning system for led outdoor activities, Applied Ergonomics, vol.59, pp.637-648, 2017.

P. M. Salmon, G. H. Walker, G. J. Read, N. Goode, and N. A. Stanton, Fitting methods to paradigms: are ergonomics methods fit for systems thinking?, Ergonomics, vol.60, issue.2, pp.194-205, 2017.

N. A. Stanton, Hierarchical task analysis: Developments, applications, and extensions, Applied Ergonomics, vol.37, issue.1, pp.55-79, 2006.

N. A. Stanton, P. M. Salmon, L. Raffery, G. Walker, C. Baber et al., , 2013.

, Human factors methods: A practical guide for engineering and design

X. Sun, A. May, and Q. Wang, The impact of user-and system-initiated personalization on the user experience at large sports events, Applied Ergonomics, vol.54, pp.1-9, 2016.

N. Theberge, Studying gender and injuries: a comparative analysis of the literatures on women's injuries in sport and work, Ergonomics, vol.55, issue.2, pp.183-193, 2011.

M. Trotter, P. M. Salmon, N. Goode, and M. G. Lenne, Distributed Improvisation: A systems perspective of improvisation 'epics' by led outdoor activity leaders, Ergonomics, vol.61, issue.2, pp.295-312, 2018.

E. P. Van-der-putten and C. J. Snijders, Shoe design for prevention of injuries in sport climbing, Applied Ergonomics, vol.32, issue.4, pp.379-387, 2001.

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K. J. Vicente, Cognitive Work Analysis: Toward Safe, Productive, and Healthy Computer-Based Work, 1999.

G. H. Walker, P. M. Salmon, M. Bedinger, and N. A. Stanton, Quantum ergonomics: shifting the paradigm of the systems agenda, Ergonomics, vol.60, issue.2, pp.157-166, 2017.

P. E. Waterson, D. P. Jenkins, P. M. Salmon, and P. Underwood, Remixing Rasmussen': The evolution of Accimaps within systemic accident analysis, Applied Ergonomics, vol.59, pp.489-503, 2017.