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Personal information

Name:    NEVILLE PETER MORAY

Home Address:    
            Villa Cantegril,

            17 Avenue des Genets,
            06520 MAGAGNOSC,
            France

Marital Status:    Married


Date of Birth:     May 27, 1935   
Citizenship:    British and Canadian.       

Present Academic Rank:
 Professor Emeritus,  Department of  Psychology, University of Surrey


Professional Qualifications:

Degrees    Field                                      Institution                                                   Date Awarded

D.Phil.    Psychology                  Oxford University, United Kingdom                                  1960
M.A.                                          Oxford University, United Kingdom                                  1959
B.A.   Philosophy, Psychology,     Oxford University, United Kingdom                                  1957
                  and Physiology

Honours
Fellow of the Human Factors Society        1991
Certified Human Factors Professional        1993
Fellow of the Ergonomics Society        1998
President’s Award International Ergonomics Association for services.           
    to teaching and development of ergonomics    2000
HFES Meeting 2000. Session on  Attention, Supervisory Control
        and Beyond  to honour work and achievements    2000
Stirling University annual prize for best Combined Honours Student named
        the  "Neville Moray Prize"            2000


Academic Positions Held


TARA Fellowship, University of Tsukuba, Japan, 2000.
Visiting Scientist University of Tsukuba, Japan,  1996; 1997,1998
Visiting Scientist, Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute, August, 1995
DERA Professor of Applied Cognitive Psychology, University of Surrey, 1997-2001
Professeur associé, PERCOTEC-LAMIH,Université de Valenciennes et du Hainault-Cambrésis, France
Professor, Departments of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (50%), Psychology (25%), and Institute of Aviation (25%), Director Engineering Psychology Research Laboratory, UIUC, 1988-1995
Affiliate Faculty Member of Department of Nuclear Engineering, UIUC., April 1990-date
Miller Visiting Professor, UIUC, 1987-88
Summer Course on Human Factors at Huazhong University, Wuhan, PRC, 1986
Member of the Institute of Nuclear Engineering, University of Toronto, 1984-88
Professor of Industrial Engineering, University of Toronto, 1981-88
Visiting Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1979
Chairman of Department of Psychology, University of Stirling, 1977-81
Professor of Psychology, University of Stirling, 1974-81
Associate Chairman, Life Sciences, Scarborough College, University of Toronto, 1972-74
Professor of Psychology, University of Toronto, 1972-74
Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Toronto, Canada, 1970-72
Research Associate at Psychology Department, Brandeis University, Massachusetts, 1968
Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Psychology and Research Laboratory of Electronics Communications Biophysics Group, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1967-68
Senior Lecturer in Psychology, University of Sheffield, 1966-70
Lecturer in Psychology, University of Sheffield, 1960-66
Assistant Lecturer in Psychology, University of Hull, 1959-60
Graduate Student at Institute of Experimental Psychology, Oxford for D.Phil. degree, 1957-59

Professional Societies and Activities

Experimental Psychology Society (Committee member, 1963-65, 1968-70), 1960-1982
British Psychological Society (Scientific Affairs Committee, 1974-76), 1965-1980
Acoustical Society of America, 1964-74
Psychonomics Society, 1966-74
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (Human Factors, Biomedical Engineering, and Systems Man and Cybernetics Groups), 1968-date
American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1967-74
Canadian Psychological Association, 1970-74
Human Factors Society of Canada, 1972-74
Human Factors Society, 1979-date
    elected Fellow of Human Factors Society, 1991
Human Factors Association of Canada, 1981-1990
Canadian Nuclear Association, 1982-1990
Canadian Society of Industrial Engineers and Institute of Industrial Engineers, 1984-1987
Professional Reactor Operator Society (Associate), 1984-1990
American Nuclear Society, 1988-1994
Asked to stand for membership of Advisory Committee on Nuclear Safety (Canada), 1988
Administrative Committee IEEE Systems, Man and Cybernetics Society, 1989-91
IEEE Nuclear Power Engineering Committee Working Group SW7, 1982-1990
Human Factor Society Technical Advising Group, 1990-1994
Ergonomics Society, 1988-date
    elected Fellow of Ergonomics Society, 1998
Nuclear Safety Advisory Committee, U.K. 1999-2008



Research, Publications and Other Scholarly Activities

   
Books Authored or Co-Authored

1.    Moray, N., Listening and Attention (Revised edition), Penguin. Harmondsworth, 1971.
2.    Moray, N., Attention: Selective Processes in Vision and Hearing, Hutchinson,  London, 1969. 
3.    Moray, N., Listening and Attention, Penguin Science of Behaviour, Harmondsworth, 1969.
4.    Moray, N., Introduction to Psychology for Schools, Blackie and Sons, Edinburgh, 1967. 
5.    Moray, N., The Nature of the Nerve Impulse, Programmed text, Marian Ray Ltd. London, 1963.
6.    Moray, N., Cybernetics: Machines with Intelligence, Burns Oates, London, 1963.

Books Edited or Co-Edited

1.    Senders, J. W., and N. Moray, Human Error: Cause, Prediction and Reduction, Hillsdale: Lawrence       Erlbaum Associates, 1991.
2.    Moray, N., W. R. Ferrell, and W. B. Rouse (eds.), Robotics, Control and Society, Taylor and Francis, 1990. 
3.    Moray, N. (ed.), Mental Workload: Theory and Measurement, Plenum Press, 1979. 
4.    Moray, N. (ed.), Proceedings of NATO ASI on Online Computing for Psychology, 1969. 

Chapters in Books
(items marked with * were by invitation)

1.    *Moray, N. 2008. Subjective Mental Workload (1982, Vol. 24, No. 1) reprinted in N. J. Cooke and E. Salas (eds.) Best of Human Factors: Thirty Classic Contributions to Human Factors/Ergonomics Science and Engineering. (Chosen as 1 of the 30 best papers from 2800 past papers)
2.    Moray, N., Lee, J.D., & Muir, B.M. Trust And Human Intervention In Automated Systems. In  J-M Hoc,  C.Cacciabue, and E. Hollnagel (eds.) Expertise and Technology: Cognition and Human-Computer Interaction. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
3.    *Moray, N. 2004. Culture, Context and Performance. In M. Kaplan, (ed.) Cultural Ergonomics. Elsevier: Amsterdam. 31 – 60.
4.    *Moray, N.. 2000.  Human Error.  In Encyclopedia of Psychology. Washington, D.C., American Psychological Association.
5.    *Moray, N. 2000. Process control. Encyclopedia of Human Factors. New York: Wiley. 2000
6.    Moray, N. 1999.  The psychodynamics of human-machine interaction.  In, D. Harris (Ed.)  Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics. Volume 4.  Aldershot: Ashgate. 225-236
7.    Moray, N. 1999. The cognitive psychology and cognitive engineering of industrial systems. In F.Durso, (ed.)  Handbook of Applied Cognition.   New York: Wiley. 209-246
8.    Moray, N. 1999.  Advanced displays, cultural stereotypes and organisational characteristics of a control room.. In J. Misumi, B. Wilpert and R. Miller, (Eds.) Nuclear Safety: a Human Factors Perspective.  London: Taylor and Francis. 97-112.
9.    Moray, N.  1997  Models of Models of . . . . Mental Models.  In  T.B.Sheridan and A. van Lunteren (eds.) Perspectives on the Human Controller.. Lawrence Erlbaum. 271-285
10.    Moray, N. 1997.  Human Factors in Process Control  In G.Salvendy (Ed.), Handbook of  Human Factors and Ergonomics.  New York: Wiley. 1944-1971.
11.    Nickerson, R. & Moray, N.P. 1995. Environmental change. In  R.Nickerson,(ed).  Emerging needs and opportunities for human factors research. Washington D.C.: National Academy Press. 158-176
12.    Attewell, P.A., Huey, B.M., Moray, N.P., & Sanderson, P.M. 1995.  Emerging technologies in work design.  In  R.Nickerson,(ed).  Emerging needs and opportunities for human factors research. Washington D.C.: National Academy Press. 220-240.,
13.    *Moray, N. 1994. Error reduction as a systems problem. In  M. S. Bognor, Ed. Human Error in Medicine.  New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates..  pp. 67-92.
14.    *Moray, N., 1993. Designing for attention.  In Attention: selection, awareness, and control.  (A.Baddeley and L.Weiskrantz, eds.)  Oxford University Press. 111-134.
15.    Moray, N. 1992. Flexible interfaces can promote operator error. In J.Kragt, (ed.), Case studies in ergonomics London: Taylor and Francis. pp. 49-64.
16.    Moray, N., 1990. A Lattice Theory Approach to the Structure of Mental Models,  In D. E. Broadbent, J. Reason, and A. Baddeley, (eds.) Human Factors in Hazardous Situations, Clarendon Press, Oxford. 
17.    Moray, N., 1988. Custos Ipse: Towards a Theory of a Supervisor,  Proc. 1st Int. Conf Ergonomics of Advanced Manufacturing and Hybrid Automated Systems, Louisville, KY, 23-30, Aug. 15-18. 
18.    Moray, N., P. Eisen, L. Money, and I. B. Turksen, 1988. Fuzzy Analysis of Skill and Rule-Based Mental Workload,  In P. Hancock and N. Meshkati, (eds.) Human Mental Workload), North-Holland, 289-304. 
19.    Moray, N., 1988. The Design of Operating Procedures, In Segerstahl and Kromer, (eds.), Issues and Trends in Risk Research, IIASA Publ., 267-276,. 
20.    Turksen, I. B., N. Moray, and E. Kruschelnycky, 1988. Acquisition of Membership Functions in Mental Workload Experiments, In A. Zétény, (ed. Fuzzy Sets in Psychology,), North-Holland Publ. 321-343. 
21.    Moray, N., P. Eisen, and L. Money, 1988. Fuzzy Set Analysis of Skill-based and Rule-based Workload,  In P. Handcock, and N. Meshkati, (eds.) Mental Workload, North Holland.
22.    *Moray, N., 1987. Ex Riso Semper Aliquid Antiquum: A New Paradigm for Engineering Psychology,  In L. Goodstein, (ed.)Mental Models, Errors and Tasks, Festschrift for Jens Rasmussen, North Holland. 
23.    *Foley, P. J., and N. Moray, 1986. Sensation, Perception, and Systems Design,  In G. Salvendy, (ed.) Handbook of Human Factors Wiley.
24.    *Moray, N., 1986. Monitoring Behavior and Supervisory Control,  In K. Boff, L. Kaufmann, and J. Beatty, (eds.) Handbook of Perception and Human Performance Wiley.
25.    *Moray, N., 1986. Modeling Cognitive Activities: Limitations in Relation to Computer Aids,  In E. Hollnagel, G. Mancini, and D. Woods, (eds.) Intelligent Decision Support in Process Environments Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 273-292. 
26.    *Turksen, I. B., N. Moray, and K. Fuller, 1985. A Linguistic Rule-Based Expert System for Mental Workload,  In H. B. Bullinger and H. J. Warnecke, (eds.) Toward the Factory of the Future, Springer Verlag. 
27.    *Moray, N., 1984. On the Usefulness of Experimental Psychology,  In K. Lagerspitz, and P. Niemi, (eds.)  Psychology in the 1990's . Amsterdam: North Holland. 
28.    *Moray, N., 1984. Attention to Dynamic Visual Displays,  In R. Parasuraman, (ed.) Varieties of Attention.  New York: Academic Press,.
29.    Moray, N., 1981. Humans and Their Relation to Ill-Defined Systems, In O. Selfridge, E. Rissland, and M. Arbib, (eds.)  Adaptive Control of Ill-Defined Systems,  Plenum Press,.
30.    Moray, N. 1981. The Role of Attention in the Detection of Errors and the Diagnosis of Failures in Man-Machine Systems. In J. Rasmussen, and W. Rouse, (eds.)  Human Detection and Diagnosis of System Failures. Plenum Press, 185-199,. 
31.    *Moray, N., 1981. Feedback and the Control of Skilled Behavior,  In D. Holding, (ed.) Human Skills, Wiley. 
32.    Moray, N., 1980. Towards an Electronic Journal. In  P. Kolers, (ed.) Processing of Visible Language Plenum Press, 401-405. 
33.    *Moray, N. 1978. Strategies in Attention and Control,  In G. Underwood, (ed.) Strategies of Human Information Processing, Academic Press. 
34.    * Moray, N.  1976. Attention, Control, and Sampling Behavior. In T. Sheridan, and G. Johannsen (eds.) Monitoring Behavior and Supervisory Control, Plenum Press, 221-245. 
35.    Moray, N., 1972. Models in Experimental Psychology,  In T. Shannin (ed..),  Rules of the Game, Hogarth Press, London,. 
36.    *Moray, N. 1968. Physiological Psychology. In. J. Cohen (ed.), Psychology: An Outline for the Intending Student, (Routledge and Kegan Paul, London. 
37.    *Moray, N. 1967 Brain Mechanisms. In The Regulation of Behaviour, (ed., E. Lunzer) Staples Press. London. 


Monographs

1.    Moray, N.P., Jones, B., Lee, J., Vicente, K., Brock, R., and Djemil, T.  1993. Development of a Performance Indicator for the Effectiveness of Human-Machine Interfaces for Nuclear Power Plants.  UILU-ENG-92-4007.  Washington, D.C.: U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. NUREG/CR-5977.

2.    Moray, N., and B. Huey (Eds.), Human Factors Research and Nuclear Safety, National Academies Press, Washington, DC, 1988.


Articles in Journals

1.    Moray, N. and Hancock, P. 2008.  Minkowski spaces as a model for human-machine interaction. TIES. In Press.
2.    Moray, N. 2008. The Good, the Bad, and the Future: On the Archaeology of Ergonomics. Human Factors, 50(3), 411-417(7)
3.    Moray, N. & Inagaki, T. 2001.  Attention and Complacency.  Theoretical Issues in Ergonomic Science, 1(4), 2000, 354-365.
4.    Moray, N., Inagaki, T., & Itoh, M. 2000. Situation adaptive automation, trust and self-confidence in fault management of time-critical tasks.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied. 6(1), 44-58.
5.    Moray, N. & Inagaki, T. 1999. Laboratory studies of trust between humans and machines in automated systems Special issue on Man-Machine Systems of the Transactions of the Institute for Measurement and Control, 21(4), 203-211.
6.    Moray, N. 2000. Culture, Politics and Ergonomics. Ergonomics.43(7), 858-868.
7.    Itoh, M., Inagaki, T., Moray, N. 1999. Trust in Situation-Adaptive Automation for Systems Safety, Transactions of the Society of Instrument and Control Engineers, 35, 943-950
8.    Moray, N. 1998. Mental models in theory and practice. Attention and Performance XVII, Cambridge: MIT Press.  223-258.
9.    Trentesaux, D., Moray, N. & Tahon, C. 1998.  Integration of the human operator into responsive discrete production management systems.  European Jounral of Operational Research, 109, 342-361.
10.    Moray, N. 1998. Identifying mental models of complex human-machine systems. International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics, 22, 293-297.
11.    Vicente, K. J., Moray, N., Lee, J. D., Rasmussen, J., Jones, B. G., Brock, R. and Djemil, T., 1996. Evaluation of a Rankine cycle display for nuclear power plant monitoring and diagnosis, Human Factors, 33, 506-521
12.    Moray, N. 1995. Ergonomics and the global problems of the twenty-first century.  Ergonomics, 38(8), 1691-1707
13.    Dessouky, M.I., Moray, N., & Kijowski, B. 1995. Taxonomy of scheduling systems as a basis for the study of strategic behavior.  Human Factors, 37(3), 443-472.
14.    Muir, B.M. & Moray, N. 1996. Trust in automation. Part II.  Experimental studies of trust and human intervention in a process control simulation.  Ergonomics, 39(3). 429-461.
15.    Moray, N. 1995. Donald E. Broadbent: 1926-1993. American Journal of Psychology, 108, 117-121.
16.    Lee, J.D. and Moray, N. 1994 Trust, self confidence and operators' adaptation to automation. International Journal of Man-Machine studies. 40, 153-184.
17.    Liao, J., and Moray, N. 1993.  A simulation study of human performance deterioration and mental workload.  Le Travail Humain, 56, 321-344.
18.    Moray, N. 1993. Technosophy and Humane Factors: a Personal View.  Ergonomics In Design, Volume 1., October . 33-38.
19.    Levis, A., Moray, N., and Hu, B. 1994. Task decomposition and allocation problems and discrete event systems. Automatica, 30,  203-216.
20.    Moray, N., & Lee, J.D. 1992. Human intervention in supervisory control. Proceedings of the 5th IFAC/IFIP/IFORS/IEA Symposium on Analysis, Design and Evaluation of Man-Machine Systems, The Hague, Netherlands, June 9-11,. pp 2.1.1 - 2.1.4
21.    Lee, J.D. and Moray, N. 1992.  Trust, control strategies and allocation of function in human-machine systems. Ergonomics, 35(10), 1243-1270
22.    Moray, N., Sanderson, P.M., & Vicente, K.J. 1992 Cognitive task analysis of a complex work domain: a case study. Reliability Engineering and Systems Safety, 36, 207-216.
23.    Moray, N., Dessouky, M.I., Kijowski, B.A., Adapathya, R. Strategic behavior, workload, and performance in task scheduling. Human Factors, 33(6), 1991.
24.    Moray, N., 1990. Designing for Transportation Safety in the Light of Perception, Attention, and Mental Models. Ergonomics, 33:10/11, 1201-1213,.
25.    Moray, N., 1990. Dougherty's Dilemma and the One-Sidedness of Human Reliability  (HRA).  Reliability Engineering and System Safety, 29, 337-344,. 
26.    Moray, N. 1990.  A Lattice Theory Approach to the Structure of Mental Models.  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, B327, 577-583. 
27.    Moray, N., and I. Rotenberg,   Fault Management in Process Control: Eye Movements and Action,   Ergonomics, 32:11, 1989.
28.    Moray, N. 1989. Objective and Subjective Estimates of Human Error. IEEE Transactons on Reliability, 38:3, 301-304,. 
29.    Moray, N. 1988. Mental Workload Since 1979. International Reviews of Ergonomics, 2:2, 123-150. 
30.    Moray, N. 1987. Intelligent Aids, Mental Models, and the Theory of Machines.  International Journal of Man-machine Studies, 27, 619-629,. 
31.    Vicente, K., N. Moray, and C. Thornton. 1987. Spectral Analysis of Sinusarrhythmia:  A Measure of Mental Effort.  Human Factors, 29, 171-182,. 
32.    Moray, N., I. B. Turksen, B. King, and K. Waterton. 1987. A Closed-Loop Causal Model of Workload Based on a Comparison of Fuzzy and Crisp Measurement Techniques.  Human Factors, 29:3, 339-348. 
33.    Moray, N., P. Lootsteen, and J. Pajak. 1986. The Acquisition of Process Control Skills.  IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, SMC-16, 497-505,. 
34.    Moray, N. 1982. Subjective Mental Workload.  Human Factors, 24, 25-40,. 
35.    Moray, N. 1981. The Role of Attention in the Detection of Errors and the Diagnosis of Failures in Man-Machine Systems,   Human Detection and Diagnosis of System Failures, (eds., J. Rasmussen, and W. Rouse) Plenum Press, 185-199,. 
36.    Moray, G., and N. Moray. 1981. A Note on the Basis of Reversed Perspective.  Perception, 10, 703-706,. 
37.    Moray, N. 1976. Driving in Fog, Perception, 5, 371-372.
38.    Moray, N. 1976. Attention, Control, and Sampling Behavior. Monitoring Behavior and Supervisory Control,   (eds., T. Sheridan, and G. Johannsen) Plenum Press, 221-245. 
39.    Ostry, D., N. Moray, and D. Marks. 1976. Attention, Practice, and Semantic Targets,   Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 2, 326-336. 
40.    Moray, N., M. Fitter, D. Ostry, D. Favreau, and V. Nagy,   Attention to Pure Tones,   Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 28, 271-283, 1976.
41.    Moray, N.,   A Data Base for Theories of Selective Listening,   Attention and Performance V. (eds., P. Rabbitt, and S. Dornic) Academic Press, 119-135, 1975.
42.    Moray, N., and M. Fitter,   Intensity Discrimination in a Rapid Series of Tone Bursts,   Journal of Acoustical Society of America, 66, 1577-1584, 1974. 
43.    Moray, N.,   A Theory and the Measurement of Attention: Tutorial Review,   Attention and Performance IV. (ed., S. Kornblum) Academic Press, 3-20, 1973.
44.    Moray, N., G. Synnock, and A. Sims,   Tracking a Static Display,   IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, SMC-2, 518-521, 1973.
45.    Moray, N.,   Towards a Theory of Attention,   Attention and Performance II, (ed. Sanders, A.) North Holland, 111-117, 1972.
46.    Moray, N.,   Visual Mechanisms in the Copepod Copilia,   Perception, 1, 193-207, 1972. 
47.    Moray, N.,   Computer Simulation of Some Visual Functions,   AGARD Conference Proceedings No. 44, Principles and Practice of Bionics, 261-275, 1971. 
48.    Moray, N., and G. Underwood.   Shadowing and Monitoring for Selective Attention,   Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 233, 284-296, 1971.
49.    Moray, N., and M. Fee,   Selective Attention to Pure Tones and Speech,   Psychonomic Science, 18, 223-224, 1971. 
50.    Moray, N.,   Towards a Quantitative Theory of Attention,   Acta Psychologica, 33, 111-117, 1970. 
51.    Moray, N.,   Superman and Supermachine: On Artificial Pattern Recognition,   Modern Schoolman, 47, 339-346, 1970. 
52.    Moray, N.,   Introductory Experiments in Auditory Time Sharing:  Detection of Intensity and Frequency Increments,   Journal of Acoustical Society of America, 47, 1071,1074, 1970. 
53.    Moray, N.,   Time Sharing in Auditory Perception: Effect of Stimulus Duration,   Journal of Acoustical Society of America, 47, 660-661, 1970. 
54.    Moray, N., and A. Jordan,   Vision in Chicks with Distorted Visual Fields,   Psychonomic Science, 9, 303, 1967. 
55.    Moray, N., and T. O'Brien,   Signal Detection Applied to Selective Listening,   Journal of Acoustical Society of America, 42, 765-772, 1967. 
56.    Moray, N.,   On the Neural Basis of Short Term Memory,   Studia Psychologica (Bratislava), 10, 66-69, 1967. 
57.    Moray, N., and A. Reid,   Two Channel Immediate Memory Span,   Psychonomic Science, 8, 249, 1967. 
58.    Moray, N.,   Cultural Differences in Statistical Approximations to English,   Psychonomic Science, 5, 467-468, 1967. 
59.    Moray, N.,   Where is Capacity Limited? A Survey and a Model,   Acta Psychologica, 27, 84-93, 1967. 
60.    Moray, N., and A. Jordan,   Practice and Compatibility in 2-Channel Short Term Memory,   Psychonomic Science, 4, 12, 1966. 
61.    Moray, N.,   Auditory Experiments with Multiple Channel Output,   Bulletin du Laboratoire electroacoustique, Liege, 9, 35-37, 1966. 
62.    Moray, N.,   Intelligent Machines,   M&B Laboratory Bulletin, 6, 21-25, 1965. 
63.    Gregory, R. L., N. Moray, and H. Ross,   The Curious Eye of Copilia,   Nature, 201, 116-1168, 1965. 
64.    Moray, N.,   Speech and Brain Mechanisms,   Encyclopedic Dictionary of Physics, 326-329, 1965. 
65.    Moray, N., T. Barnett, and A. Bates,   Experiments on the 4-Eared Man,   Journal of Acoustical Society of America, 38, 209-212, 1964. 
66.    Moray, N., and T. Barnett,   Stimulus Presentation and Methods of Scoring in Short Term Memory Experiments,   Acta Psychologica, 24, 1-11, 1965. 
67.    Moray, N., and P. Arnold,   Confirmation of a Possible Case of the Genetic Assimilation of Behavior,   Nature, 294, 504, 1964. 
68.    Moray, N., and K. J. Connolly,   The Measurement of Imprinting,   Animal Behavior, 12, 209-212, 1964. 
69.    Moray, N., The Evolution of Society (BBC talk),   The Listener, London, 1964.
70.    Moray, N., and K. J. Connolly,   A Possible Case of the Genetic Assimilation of Behaviour,   Nature, 199, 353-359, 1963.
71.    Davis, R., N. Moray, and A. Treisman,   Imitative Responses and the Rate of Gain of Information,   Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 13, 78-90, 1963.
72.    Moray, N.,   The Evolution of Language (BBC talk),   The Listener, London, 1963.
73.    Moray, N.,   The Evolution of Behaviour (BBC talk),   The Listener, London, 1963.
74.    Moray, N.,   The Cocktail Party Problem (BBC talk),   The Listener, London, 1961.
75.    Moray, N., and A. Triesman,   Statistical Approximations to English and French,   Language and Speech, 3, 7-10, 1961. 
76.    Moray, N.,   A Note on Broadbent and Gregory's Paper on the Recall of Stimuli Presented to Two Sense Modalities,   Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 13, 110-112, 1961. 
77.    Moray, N.,   Perceptual Defense and Filter Theory,   Nature, 191, 940, 1961. 
78.    Moray, N.,   Broadbent's Filter Theory: Postulate H and the Problem of Switching Time,   Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 12, 214-221, 1961.
79.    Moray, N.,   The Effect of Difference in Intensity on the Shadowing of One of Two Dichotic Messages,   Language and Speech, 1, 110-113, 1960.
80.    Moray, N., and A. Taylor,   The Effect of Redundancy on the Shadowing of One or Two Dichotic Messages,   Language and Speech, 1, 102-109, 1960. 
81.    Moray, N.,   Attention in Dichotic Listening: Affective Cues and the Influence of Instructions,   Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 11, 56-60, 1959. 



Bulletins or Reports

1.    Moray, N. & Parasuraman, R. 1999. Attention, monitoring, trust, complacency, scepticism and eutactic behavior.  Proceedings of Office of Naval research Meeting on Attention and Warnings.  Washington, D.C.
2.    Moray, N. 1999.  Software Command Agents in Battlefield Training Simulation.   Manpower Integration Department DERA Farnborough.  Contract ASF/3407
3.    Moray, N. & Haudegond, S.  1997.  Vigilance in complex systems . Institut National de Recherche et de Sécurité, Nancy, France. Final report on research contract.
4.    Moray, N., Jones, B., Sanderson, P. M., Reising, D. C., Shaheen, S., & Rasmussen, J. (1995). The  bird's foot  integrated graphical interface for NPP operation. In Y. Anzai, K. Ogawa, & H. Mori, (Eds.), Symbiosis of human and artifact (pp. 995-998). Amsterdam: Elsevier. [Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI International '95), Tokyo, Japan, 9-14 July.]
5.    Donderi, D.C., Ostry, D. J., Smiley, A., & Moray, N. P.,  1995.  Assessment of Psychological Capacities requirements.  Technical Report AECB Project No. 2.237.1.  Human Factors North Inc., Toronto, Canada.
1.    Donderi, D.C., Smiley, A., Ostry, D.J., & Moray, N. 1994.  Independent verification in operations at nuclear power plants (AECB Project No. 2.276.1). Toronto: Human factors North, Inc
2.    Dessouky, M.I., Moray, N., and Kijowski, B.  Taxonomy of scheduling systems as a basis for the study of strategic behavior.  Engineering Psychology Research Laboratory Technical Report EPRL-93-02, 1993.
3.    . Jones, B.G., Shaheen, S., Moray, N., Reising, D.V., Sanderson, P.M., & Rasmussen, J.  Development of advanced direct perception displays for nuclear power plants to enhance monitoring, control and fault management.  Techncial Report DE-FG02-92ER75781. Washington D.C.: Department of Energy.
4.    Sanderson, P. M., and N. Moray, The Human Factors of Scheduling Behavior, Engineering Psychology Research Laboratory Technical Report EPRL-90-9, 1990.
5.    Moray, N., M. Dessouky, R. Adapathya, S. Van de Velde, and B. Kijowski, A Scheduling Model for Mental Workload, Engineering Psychology Research Laboratory Technical Report EPRL-90-6, 1990.
6.    Moray, N., and J. Lee, Trust and Allocation of Function in the Control of Automatic Systems, Engineering Psychology Research Laboratory Technical Report EPRL-90-5, 1990.
7.    Moray, N., A Prologomena to the Study of Strategic Behavior, Engineering Psychology Research Laboratory Technical Report EPRL-90-4, 1990.
8.    Moray, N., and M. Richards, Memory for Radar-Like Patterns, Engineering Psychology Research Laboratory Technical Report EPRL-90-3, 1990.
9.    Moray, N., Designing for Transportation Safety in the Light of Perception, Attention, and Mental Models, Engineering Psychology Research Laboratory Technical Report EPRL-89-05, 1989.
10.    Sanderson, P. M., N. Moray, and K. Vicente, Progress Reports 1  – 4 of Contract SNUC-1245-UILEMR with Illinois Department of Nuclear Safety, Task and Communications Analysis of the Radiological Emergency Assessment Center, 1989-90. 
11.    Moray, N., Can Decision Aids Help to Reduce Risk and Human Error?  A Program for Research on the Management of Risk, Engineering Psychology Research Laboratory Technical Report EPRL-88-20, 1988.
12.    Moray, N., and I. Rotenberg, Fault Management in Process Control: Eye Movements and Action, Engineering Psychology Research Laboratory Technical Report EPRL-88-16, 1988.
13.    Moray, N. P., E. Kruschelnicky, P. Eisen, L. Money, and I. B. Turksen, A Fuzzy Set Analysis of Skill, Rule, and Knowledge-Based Workload, Engineering Psychology Research Laboratory Technical Report EPRL-88-10, 1988.
14.    Moray, N. P., A Lattice Theory of Mental Models of Complex Systems, Engineering Psychology Research Laboratory Technical Report EPRL-88-8, 1988.
15.    Moray, N., and J. Liao, A Quantitative Model of Excess Workload, Subjective Workload Estimation, and Performance Degradation, Engineering Psychology Research Laboratory Technical Report EPRL-88-3, 1988.
16.    Moray, N., Custos Ipse: Towards a Theory of the Supervisor, Engineering Psychology Research Laboratory Technical Report EPRL-88-2, 1988.
17.    Stassen, H. G., G. Johannsen, and N. Moray, Internal Representation, Internal Model, Human Performance and Mental Workload, Engineering Psychology Research Laboratory Technical Report EPRL-88-1, 1988.
18.    Moray, N., J. W. Senders, and M. Feher, The Design of Emergency Operating Procedures, Atomic Energy Control Board, Ottawa, 1987.
19.    Senders, J. W., N. Moray, A. Smiley, and A. Sellen, Modeling Cognitive Interactions in NPP Safety Evaluations, Atomic Energy Control Board, Ottawa, 1985.
20.    Moray, N., J. W. Senders, and W. Rhodes, Task Analysis Methods Applicable to Detailed Control Room Design Reviews, Atomic Energy Control Board, Ottawa, 1985.
21.    Moray, N., G. Neil, and C. Brophy, Selection and Behaviour of Fighter Controllers, Contract Report, Ministry of Defense, London, 1983.
22.    Bainbridge, L., and N. Moray, Ergonomics/Human Factors in the Design and Safe Operation of Pressurized Water Reactors, Report by Committee NII-ONSWG (82) to U.K. Nuclear Installations Inspectorate, 1982. 
23.    Moray, N., Human Information Processing in Monitoring and Supervisory Control, Technical Report, Man-Machine Systems Laboratory, M.I.T., 1980.
24.    Moray, N., M. Richards, and J. Low, The Behaviour of Fighter Controllers, Contract Report, Ministry of Defense, London, 1980. 
25.    Baddeley, A., D. Godden, N. Moray, H. Ross, and N. Synodinos, Validation Studies on the Selection of Diver Trainees, Contract Report, Manpower Services Agency, London, 1980. 
26.    Baddeley, A., D. Godden, N. Moray, N. Ross, and N. Synodinos, Selection of Diver Trainees, Contract Report, Manpower Services Agency, London, 1979.
27.    Reid, L., and N. Moray, Bibliography on Air Traffic Control, Technical Report, University of Toronto/University of York Joint Programme in Transportation, 1972. 

Abstracts

1.    Moray, N., and Students of IND 1217S, 1986. University of Toronto,   Progress in Mental Workload Measurement,   30th Proceedings Annual Meeting Human Factors Society, Dayton, OH,.
2.    Moray, N., and Students of IND 1217S, 1986. University of Toronto,   Fuzzy and Vector Measurement of Workload,  Proceedings IEEE Annual International Conference on Cybernetics and Society, Atlanta, GA,.
3.    Moray, N., 1985. Mental Models in Process Control,   29th Proceedings Annual Meeting Human Factors Society, Baltimore, MD,.
4.    Moray, N. 1996. Talk at 12th Annual Meeting European Chapter HFES, Soesterberg, Netherlands, November 2/3.  Ergonomics of problems in the 21st century.  
5.    Moray, N.  1999. What should a model of   real   cognition be like?  Proceedings of 6th Annual ACT-R Workshop. Washington, DC: George Mason University. August 6-9.  
6.    Moray, N. 1999.  Cultural and national factors in nuclear safety.  Proceedings 3rd International Conference on Human Factors in Nuclear Power Operation.  Mihama, Japan. September
7.    Moray, N.  1999. Human Operators and Automation.  Proceedings of IEE Meeting of the Society of Instrumentation and Control.  Bath.  July 20-23.
8.    T. Inagaki, Y. Takae, N. Moray, 1999.  Decision support information for takeoff safety in the human-centered automation: An experimental investigation of time-fragile characteristics,  Proceedings . IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Tokyo, Japan, pp. 1101-1106.
9.    T. Inagaki, Y. Takae, N. Moray, 1999. Automation and human interface for takeoff safety, Proceedings Tenth International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, Columbus, USA, pp. 402-407.
10.    Moray, N. & Parasuraman, R. 1999.  Attention, monitoring, trust, complacency, scepticism and eutactic behavior.  Proceedings of Office of Naval research Meeting on Attention and Warnings.  Washington, D.C.
11.    Moray, N. 1999. Commentary on Goodman, Tijerina, Bents and Wierwille,   Using Cellular Telephones in Vehicles: Saafe or Unsafe?    Transportation Human Factors, 1(1),43-46
12.    Moray, N., 1983. Selection and Training of Radar Operators,   16th Proceedings Human Factors Association of Canada, Toronto,.
13.    Moray, N., 1983. Acquisition of Process Control Skill,   16th Proceedings of Human Factors Association of Canada, Toronto,.
14.    Moray, N. 1998. Lessons Learned..  (By  invitation)  Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Safety and Injury Prevention. Amsterdam. 19 May, 1998.
15.    M. Itoh, Y. Takae, T. Inagaki, N. Moray, 1998. Experimental study of situation-adaptive human-automation collaboration for takeoff safety,   Proceedings. IFAC International Symposium on Analysis, Design and Evaluation of Man-Machine Systems, Kyoto, Japan, pp. 371-376.
16.    Inagaki, T., Moray, N., & Itoh, M. 1998. Trust, self-confidence and authority in human-machine systems. Proceedings 7th IFAC/IFIP/IFORS/IEA Symposium on Analysius, Design, and Evaluation of Man-Machine Systems.  Kytoto, Japan, September 16-18. 491-496
17.    Moray, N., Inagaki, T., & Itoh, M. 1998. Towards a formalism for theories of naturalistic decision making.  Proceedings of 4th Confernece on Naturalistic Decision Making, Washington, D.C.  May.
18.    Moray, N. 1998. Minkowski spaces as models of human-machine communication. Proceedings of 1997. Bad Homburg Meeting on Safety in Nuclear Human Factors.  Berlin.  Springer Verlag.
19.    Iani, C., Vanderhaegen, F., & Moray, N. 1998 Integrazione Dei Fattori Umani Nell’analisi Di Incidenti. Proceedings of Conmference on Cognitive Science Approaches to Process Control.  Sienna, Italy.  September
20.    Moray, N. Inagaki, T., & Itoh, M. 1998. Towards a formalism for Naturalistic Decision Making.  Washington, D.C. May Proceedings of the Annual  Conference on Naturalistic decision making,.  Washington, D.C.
21.    Moray, N., Inagaki, T., & Itoh, M. 1998. Towards a formalism for theories of naturalistic decision making.. Proceedings of 4th Confernece on Naturalistic Decision Making, Washington, D.C.  May.
22.    Moray, N., Inagaki, T., & Itoh, M. 1998. Allocation of function, adaptive automation, and fault management. Proceedings of Annual Meeting of Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. Chicago, October.
23.    Moray, N. & Haudegond, S. 1998. An absence of vigilance decrement in a complex dynamic task. Proceedings of Annual Meeting of Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. Chicago, October.
24.    Inagaki, T., Moray, N., & Itoh, M. 1997 Trust and Time-criticality: their effects on the Situation Adapttive Autonomy. AIR & IHAS’97. Proceedings of the Internatiuonal Symposium on Artifificasl Intelligence, Robotoics, and Intellectual Human Activity Support for Nuclear Applications. Wako-shi Saitama, Japan. November .93-104.
25.    Telle, B., Vanderhaegen, F., & Moray, N.  1997. Railway System Design in the Light of Human and Machine Unreliability.  Proceedings of IEEE SMC October 96, Beijing, China
26.    Telle, B., Vanderhaegen, F., & Moray, N. 1997.  Human centered dependability for railway system design. Proceedings of World Conbgress on Railway Research, Firenze, Italy.  November. 859-869.
27.    Moray, N. 1997.  Que Passe-t-il Chez Les Ergonomes Anglophones? Proceedings of SELF (Société d’Ergonomie en Langue Française), September,  Lyons.
28.    Moray, N. 1997.  What is the future like and can we reach it from here? Proceedings of NeTWorK New Technologies at Work Meeting, Badhomburg, 22-24 May.
29.    Telle, B., Vanderhaegen, F., & Moray, N. 1997.  Human centered dependability for railway system design. Proceedings of World Conbgress on Railway Research, Firenze, Italy.  November. 859-869.
30.    Moray, N. 1997.  What is the future like and can we reach it from here? Proceedings of NeTWorK New Technologies at Work Meeting, Badhomburg, 22-24 May.
31.    Moray, N., and Jamieson, G. 1996.  Identifying mental models of Complex human machine systems.  Proceedings CYBERG electronic conference.
32.    Vanderhaegen, F., Telle, B., & Moray, N. 1996.  Error based design to improve human-machine system reliability.  Proceedings of CESA ‘96 , IEEE-SMC, Lille, July
33.    Moray, N. 1996. Human factors and ergonomics for maritime safety. In. M.C. Chislett, (ed.) Marine Simulation and Ship Manoeuvrability.  Rotterdam: A.A.Balkema.
34.    Moray, N. and Jamieson, G. 1996. Identifying mental models of complex human-machine systems. Proceedings CYBERG International Electronic Conference.
35.    Moray, N. 1996. Human factors and ergonomics for maritime safety. In. M.C. Chislett, (ed.) Marine Simulation and Ship Manoeuvrability.  Rotterdam: A.A.Balkema.  155-160.
36.    Vanderhaegen, F., Telle, B., & Moray, N. 1996.  Error based design to improve human-machine system reliability.  Proceedings of CESA ‘96 , IEEE-SMC, Lille, July 1996.
37.    Moray, N. 1996. Mental Models, Strategies, and Operator Intervention in Supervisory Control.  Proceedings of the 14th European Annual Conference on Manual Control,  Delft, The Netherlands, June 14-16
38.    Moray, N. & Jamieson, G.  1995.A quantitative method for identifying the coupling between operators and the ir plants. Proceedings of the 15th European Annual Conference on Manual Control, Soesterberg, The Netherlands, June 14-16
39.    Moray, N. & Jamieson, G.  1995. A quantitative method for identifying the coupling between operators and the ir plants. Proceedings of the 15th European Annual Conference on Manual Control, Soesterberg, The Netherlands, June 14-16
40.    Moray, N. 1995. Information needs in the control of continuous and discrete processes.  Proceedings of 5th Meeting on Cognitive Science Approaches to Process Control, Helsinki, Finland, August.
41.    Moray, N. , and Jamieson, G. 1995.  Mental Models, Strategies, and Operator Intervention in Supervisory Control. Kyoto Post-Conference Seminar Proceedings, 18 July, Mount Haisen, Kyoto
42.    Moray, N.  1995. Mental Models, Strategies, and Operator Intervention in Supervisory Control.  Proceedings of the 14th European Annual Conference on Manual Control, Delft, The Netherlands, June 14-16
43.    Moray, N. , and Jamieson, G. 1995. Mental Models, Strategies, and Operator Intervention in Supervisory Control. Kyoto Post-Confernece Seminar Proceedings, 18 July,. Mount Haisen, Kyoto
44.    Moray, N. 1995. Vers un programme de recherche sur la coopération homme-machine.  Seminaire   Le Travail Humain, Université de Valenciennes, 1 juin
45.    Moray, N. 1995. Information needs in the control of continuous and discrete processes,  Proceedings of 5th Meeting on Cognitive Science Approaches to Process Control, Helsinki, Finland, August.
46.    Moray, N. 1994. Human Factors in Waste Management. Radwaste Magazine, 1, 58-63.
47.    Moray, N. 1994. Human Factors: The Ergonomics Of  Global Problems Proceedings of the 13th International Ergonomics Congress.  Toronto. August.
48.    Moray, N. & Hiskes, D. 1994. Relations Between Operators And Machines In Discrete Manufacturing Systems And Continuous Process Control. Proceedings of the 13th International Ergonomics Congress.  Toronto. August.
49.    Moray, N. , Hiskes, D., & Lee, J. D. 1994.Quantitative Models Of Human Interaction With Automated Systems.  1st conference on automation and human factors, Washington, D.C.  7th April.
50.    Moray, N. 1993. Reducing The Risk In Automation - Is There An Optimal Solution?   Proceedings of the 2nd International Congress on System Safety, November,. Budapest.
51.    Moray, N. 1993. Direct perception interfaces for nuclear power plants (For Proceedings of meeting on Cognitive Science Approaches to Process Control., Hillerød, Denmark. September.
52.    Levis, A., Hu, B., and Moray, N. 1992. Task allocation problems and discrete event systems.  5th IFAC/IFIP/IFORS/IEA Symposium on Analysis, Design and Evaluation of Man-Machine Systems, The Hague, Netherlands, June 9-11,  pp.0.0.2 - 0.0.9.  
53.    Moray, N. 1992. Trust and allocation of function between human and machine. University of Paris, Department of Psychology, Institut des Arts et Metiers..
54.    Moray, N.  1992.  A grammar model of strategic behavior in a STRESSFWL microworld. Proceedings of 12th European Annual Conference on decision making and manual control.   Valenciennes, France.  pp 54-60.
55.    Moray, N.  1992.  A direct perception interface for the thermal hydraulics of a pressurized water reactor.  Proceedings of 12th European Annual Conference on decision making and manual control.   Valenciennes, France.  pp 130-131.
56.    Moray, N. 1992. Mental models of complex systems. Proceedings of 2nd European Conference on Mental Models: Mental models in everyday tasks.  Cambridge, March,. 103-130
57.    Sabadosh, N., Moray, N., & Kijowski, B.J.  1992. A Computational Model Of Strategic Behavior Using A Context Sensitive Grammar And Urgency Theory. Proceedings of 36th Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Oct. 12-16. Poster.
58.    Moray, N. 1992. Toward An Agenda For Error Research. Proceedings of 36th Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Oct. 12-16. 640-644.
59.    Moray, N., Lee, J.D., & Muir, B. 1992. Trust And Human Intervention In Automated Systems.  Proceedings Of CNRS Meeting On Cognitive Approaches To Dynamic Environments, Part II: Decision Support And Training,  St. Denis, Paris, October 1992.
60.    Moray, N., 1992. A Model Of  Radar Operator Attention. Proceedings of NATO Workshop on Air Traffic Control.  Certosa di Pontignano, Italy. November 26-29th, 1992.
61.    Moray, N. 1992. Mental models of complex systems. Proceedings of 2nd European Conference on Mental Models: Mental models in everyday tasks.  Cambridge, March,.
62.    Moray, N., Sanderson, P.M., and Vicente, K.J. 1991. Human factors of an emergency response center: a field study.  Proceedings of 3rd ANS Topical Meeting on Emergency preparedness and response.  Chicago, Il. April 16-19.  pp. 21-23
63.    Moray, N., and Lee, J. 1991. Trust and allocation of function between human and machine. Proceedings of ASME Annual Winter Meeting, , Atlanta.
64.    Moray, N., and Lee, J. 1991. Trust and allocation of function between human and machine. Proceedings of ASME Annual Winter Meeting, , Atlanta.
65.    Moray, N. P., 1991. Fuzzy Set Models of Mental Workload,   Proceedings International Ergonomics Association, Paris, France, July.  
66.    Moray, N. P., 1991. Humane Factors and Technosophy,   Proceedings International Ergonomics Association, Paris, France, July.  
67.    Moray, N. P., 1991. Friends and Relations: The Role of Operators in Automated Systems,   3rd European Conference on Cognitive Science Approaches to Process Control, Cardiff, Wales, Sept..  
68.    Dessouky, M. I., N. P. Moray, and S. L. van de Velde, 1990. Single Machine Scheduling with Expiration Dates,   Proceedings of ORSA/TIMS Joint National Meeting, Philadelphia, PA,.  
69.    Moray, N., and M. I. Dessouky, 1990. Human Factors of Strategic Behavior: Scheduling Theory as A Normative Model of Strategic Behavior,   Proceedings of 34th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors Society, Orlando, FL, 596-597,.
70.    Moray, N., 1990. On Using Behavioral Data to Support Industrial Design: What is the Role of Human Factors?    Proceedings of IEA Conference on Human Factors in Design for Manufacturability and Process Planning, Honolulu, HI, 257-261, Aug..  
71.    Sanderson, P. M., and N. Moray, 1990. The Human Factors of Scheduling,   in Ergonomics of Hybrid Automated Systems II. Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Human Aspects of Advanced Manufacturing and Hybrid Automation, Honolulu, HI, Aug..  
72.    Moray, N., and J. Lee, 1990. Trust, Automation and Performance in Human-Machine Systems, in Ergonomics of Hybrid Automated Systems II.  Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Human Aspects of Advanced Manufacturing and Hybrid Automation, Honolulu, HI, Aug..  
73.    Moray, N., ed., 1989. A Case for the Support of Human-Machine Systems Research,   Presentation to NSF Engineering Directorate, Washington, DC, Dec..  
74.    Moray, N., 1989. Human Factors Research and Nuclear Safety,   Proc., 33rd Human Factors Society Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, 576-578, Oct..  
75.    Moray, N., 1989. Human Factors as Design: An Attempt to Bridge the Gap Between Basic and Applied Research,   Proc., 33rd Human Factors Society Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, 497-499, Oct..  
76.    Moray, N., 1989. Designing for Transportation Safety in the Light of Perception, Attention, and Mental Models,   presented to Commission of European Communities Workshop on Errors in the Operation of Transport Systems, Cambridge, England, May.  
77.    Lee, J., and N. Moray, 1989. Making Mental Models Manifest,   Proc. 1989 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, Boston, MA, 56-60,.  
78.    Moray, N.,1989. The Psychology of Human Error, Tutorial presentation to American Psychological Association Division 21 Winter Meeting, Arlington, VA, March.  
79.    Moray, N., 1989. Royal Society Discussion Meeting on Human Factors in High Risk Situations, plenary discussion of papers, London, England, June 28-29,.
80.    Moray, N., 1989. A Lattice Theory of Operator Mental Models,   CIBA Foundation/Royal Society Discussion Meeting on   Human Factors in High Risk Situations,   London, England, June 30,.  
81.    Moray, N., and J. Lee, 1989. LabView as a Simulation Language for Process Control,   National Instruments LabView User's Group, Washington, DC, April 26,.  
82.    Moray, N., 1989. Designing for Transportation Safety in the Light of Perception, Attention and Mental Models,   invited paper presented at the C.E.C. Workshop on Errors in the Operation of Transport Systems, MRC Applied Psychology Unit, Cambridge, UK, May 26-28,.  
83.    Moray, N., 1988. Human Factors Research for Nuclear Safety,   talk given at American Nuclear Society International Conference, Symposium organizer and chair, Washington, DC, Oct. 30-Nov. 4,.  
84.    Moray, N., 1988. Is a Program of Research on the Prediction and Mitigation of Error a Realistic Possibility?   World Bank Workshop on Safety Control and Risk Management, Washington, DC, Oct. 18-20,.  
85.    Moray, N., 1988. Can Decision Aids Help to Reduce Risk and Error?    World Bank Workshop on Safety Control and Risk Management, Washington, DC, Oct. 18-20,.  
86.    Moray, N., and J. Liao, 1988. A Quantitative Model of Excess Workload, Subjective Workload Estimation, and Performance Degradation,    NASA Workshop on Mental Workload, Monterey, CA, April 17-19,.  
87.    Moray, N., 1988. (1) Perceptual Processes and Information Processing; (2) Focused Divided and Sustained attention; (3) Issues in Automation and Allocation of Function,   invited talks given to NATO AGARD Workshops, Dayton, OH, June 7-10; Lisbon, Spain, June 14-17; Athens, Greece, June 21-24, 1988; Delft, The Netherlands, June 27-29.
88.    Moray, N., 1987. Education for Human Factors, Midcentral Ergonomics Conference , Urbana, IL, July.  
89.    Moray, N., 1987. Human Factors of Process Control: Whence, What and Whither?   Midcentral Ergonomics Conference , Urbana, IL, July.
90.    Moray, N., 1987. Hunting the Homomorph: A Theory of Mental Models and a Method by Which They May be Identified,   Midcentral Ergonomics Conference , Urbana, IL, July.
91.    Liao, J., and N. Moray, 1987. A Pilot Study of Simulating Mental Workload using microSAINT,   IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Alexandria, VA, 608-612, Oct..  
92.    Moray, N., and T. Reeves, 1987. What Operators Learn about Complex Systems,   IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Alexandria, VA, 594-597, Oct..  
93.    Muir, B., and N. Moray, 1987. Operator's Trust in Relation to System Faults,   IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, Alexandra, VA, 258-263, Oct..  
94.    Moray, N., 1987. The Design of Operating Procedures, International Association of Systems Analysis Conference on Technology and Risk, Vienna (by invitation),.
95.    Senders, J. W. & Moray, N. 1986. A general model of cognitive errors applicable to the behavior of NPP operators.  Proceedings of International Topical Meeting on Advances in Human Fctors in Nuclear Power Systems.  European Nucvlear Society.  Knoxville Tennessee. April 21.  484-488.
96.    Moray, N., and S. Haga, 1986. Eye Movements When Dividing Attention Between Tracking and Intermittent Displays,   30th Proceedings Annual Meeting Human Factors Society, Dayton, OH,.
97.    Moray, N., 1986. Operator Models in Process Control,   Proceedings of IEEE Annual Conference on Cybernetics and Society, Atlanta, GA,.
98.    Zaleski, M., and N. Moray, 1986. Hitt's Law.  A Test of the Relationship Between Information Load and Movement Precision,   Proceedings of 21st Annual Conference on Manual Control, NASA-CP-2428, Dayton, OH,.
99.    Vicente, K. J., M. Jarcew, and N. Moray, 1985. An Investigation of the Mental Workload Associated with Skill Based Behavior, Technical Report 85-3, Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Toronto,.
100.    Moray, N., I. B. Turksen, and C. Thornton, 1985. Some Conceptual Problems in the Measurement of Workload,   Proceedings Annual Conference Human Factors Association of Canada,.
101.    Moray, N.,   Mental Workload, 1985. (Invited review), Proceedings International Conference on Occupational Ergonomics, Toronto,.  
102.    Brooks, J., F. Schneider, and N. Moray, 1983. Performance Assessment of a Shift Work Question in the Nuclear Industry,   16th Proceedings of the Human Factors Association of Canada, Toronto,.
103.    Moray, N., and M. Zaleski, 1983. Suboptimal Decision Theory of Visual Attention,   27th Proceedings of Human Factors Society, Norfolk, VA,.
104.    Moray, N., 1982. A Fuzzy Model of Rather Heavy Workload,   Proceedings 18th NASA Conference on Manual Control, Dayton, OH,.  
105.    Schneider, H., J. Brooks, and N. Moray, 1982. Human Error Rates for 12 Hour vs. 8 Hour Shifts in Bruce Heavy Water Plant Operation, Contract Report, Ontario Hydro,.
106.    Moray, N., 1982. A Model for Predicting Human Error in the Nuclear Industry,   Proceedings Human Factors Society, Seattle, WA,.  
107.    Moray, N., 1982. The Use of Signal Detection Theory in the Analysis of High Technology Control Rooms, Proceedings of 21st International Congress of Applied Psychology, Edinburgh,.  
108.    Moray, N., 1982. Subjective Criteria Used by Nuclear Power Plant Operators in Making Decisions About the Normality of Their Equipment,   15th Proceedings of Human Factors Association of Canada, Toronto,.  
109.    Conant, R., and N. Moray, 1979. Information Transmission and the Structure of Behavior,   Proceedings IEEE International Conference on Cybernetics and Society, 13-16,.  
110.    Moray, N., 1971. The Measurement of Man, video tape, University of Toronto,.  
111.    Moray, N., 1966. ABLAB:  A Model Nervous System for Students to Analyze,   J. Physiol., 182, 23,.  
112.    Moray, N. 1996.  Donald E. Broadbent: 1926-1993.  American Journal of Psychology, 108,  117-121.
113.    *Moray, N. 1998. Advanced displays, cultural stereotypes, and organisational characteristics of a control room. Proceedings of Conference on Human factors in nuclear power, Berlin.
114.    Moray, N., Rasmussen, J., Jones, B., Sanderson, P.M., Reising, D.V., & Shaheen, S.  1995. The “Bird’s Foot Display” for nuclear power plant interfaces.  Proceedings, Human-Computer Interaction Conference, Yokohama, July,.
115.    Reising, D.V.C., Jones , B.G. , Moray, N., Shaheen, S., Sanderson, P.M., and Rasmussen, J.  1997.  Computer-Generated Direct Perception Displays For Supporting PWR Feedwater System Start-Up And Fault Management: A Proof-Of-Principle In Design.  Proceedings of IAEA Tecnical Meeting on Advanced Technologies for Improving Availability and Reliability of Present and Future Water Cooled Nuclear Power Plants. Agonne , Il. U.S.A. 8-11 September.
116.    Moray, N., Rasmussen, J., Jones, B., Sanderson, P.M., Reising, D.V., & Shaheen, S. 1995. The   Bird’s Foot   Display for nuclear power plant interfaces.  Proceedings, Human-Computer Interaction Conference, Yokohama, 12th July,.
117.    Moray, N.P., Jones, B., Lee, J., Vicente, K., Brock, R., and Djemil, T. 1991. Development of a performance indicator for the effectiveness of human-machine interfaces for nuclear power plants.    Proceedings of NRC Water Reactor Safety Meeting, Washington, D.C. November.
118.    Moray, N., E. Kruschelnycky, P. Eisen, L. Money, and I. B. Turksen, 1988. The Mental Workload of Skill-Based, Rule-Based and Knowledge-Based Tasks and Their Combination,   Proc., Human Factors Society 32nd Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA, 164-167, Oct. 24-28,.  
119.    Moray, N., P. Sanderson, B. Shiff, R. Jackson, S. Kennedy, and L. Ting, 1982. A Model and Experiment for the Allocation of Man and Computer in Supervisory Control,   Proceedings IEEE International Conference on Cybernetics and Society,.
120.    Jackson, R., S. Kennedy, N. Moray, P. Sanderson, B. Shiff, and L. Ting, 1982. A Model for the Allocation of Man and Computer in Supervisory Control,   15th Proceedings of Human Factors Association of Canada, Toronto,.  
121.    Sheridan, T. B., J. W. Senders, N. Moray, J. Stocklosa, J. Guillaume, and D. Makepeace, 1981. Experimentation with a Multidisciplinary Teleconference and Electronic Journal on Mental Workload, Contract Report, M.I.T.,.
122.    Moray, N., and B. King, 1983. Fuzzy Set Analysis of Workload,   (with King, B.), 27th Proceedings of Human Factors Society, Norfolk, VA,.


    
Selected recent talks and seminars


1.    Inagaki, T., and Moray, N. 2001.  A mathematical model for dynamic allocation of visual attention.  Proceedings of IFAC HMS.
2.    Moray, N. 1999.  Cultural and national factors in nuclear safety.  3rd International Conference on Human Factors in Nuclear Power Operation.  Mihama, Japan. September
3.    Moray, N.  1999. What should a model of real cognition be like?  Proceedings of 6th Annual ACT-R Workshop. Washington, DC: George Mason University. August 6-9.  
4.    Moray, N.    2000.  Understanding the driver: perception, attention and information processing. Railtrack Seminar on Understanding the Driver. New Connaught Rooms.  12 April.
5.    Moray, N. 2000. Disasters – the human element.  Seminar/debate for Parliamentary and Scientific Committee, House of Commons, London.  January 24.
6.    Moray, N. 1999. Trust, attention and complacency. Department of Psychology, University of Westeren Australia.  September.
7.    Moray, N.  1999. Automation and dynamic allocation of function.  Australian Defence Science and Technology Organisation, Melbourne. September.
8.    Moray, N.  1999. Trust between humans and machines. Human-computer interaction Laboratory, Swinburne University, Melbourne. September.
9.    Moray, N. 1999. A quantitative model of dynamic attention.   Human-computer Interaction Laboratory, University of Swinburne, Melbourne. September.
10.    Moray, N. & Parasuraman, R. 1999.  Attention, monitoring, trust, complacency, scepticism and eutactic behaviour. Workshop on Managing Critical Event systems: Attention management – Interruptions and Alerts.  Office of Naval Research, Noesis, Inc. Arlington, Va.  2-3-June
11.    Moray, N. 1999. Trust and belief in predictive displays.  Man-machine Systems Group, Technical University of Delft, Netherlands. 12 May
12.    *Moray, N.  1998. Sweden. Trust and communication between humana and machines:  the design of safe automation. June .  
13.    *Moray,  N. 1998. Role of operator mental models and confidence in
14.    human-automation interaction. Nissan Cambridge Basic Research Workshop on Automation and mental Models.  May.
15.    Moray, N., Inagaki, T., & Itoh, M. 1998. Towards a formalism for theories of naturalistic decision making.  Proceedings of 4th Confernece on Naturalistic Decision Making, Washington, D.C.  May.
16.    *Moray, N. 1997.  Mental models and communication in human-machine systems.  Seminar to Nissan Cambridge Basic Research, Cambridge, Mass., May 26th.
17.    *Moray, N. 1997.   Wishful thinking, error, and systems design.  in DERA Workshop Report: The Impact of Digitzation on Training.     DERA/CHS/HS3/6/2/367. Farnham. October 13.
18.    *Moray, N.  1997.  Mental models and communication in the control of complex systems.  Seminar to Japan Atomic Energy Establishment, Tokyo. May.
19.    *Moray, N. 1996. Talk at 12th Annual Meeting European Chapter HFES, Soesterberg, Netherlands, November 2/3.  Ergonomics of problems in the 21st century.  
20.    Moray, N. July - August, 1995.  Seminars at Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute, Tokai-mura, Japan.  (By invitation)
a.    Mental Workload  
b.    The role of the human in automation  
c.    Mental models  
d.    Recent approaches to human error  
e.    Design of human-machine systems, 1: ecological displays  
f.    Design of human-machine systems, 2: subjective scales and evaluation  
g.    Research methods for human-machine system evaluation  
21.    Seminars at Department of Information Sciences, Tsukuba University, Japan.  (By invitation)
1.    The role of the human in automation  
2.    Recent approaches to human error  
3.    Design of human-machine systems,
4.    Research methods for human-machine system evaluation  
22.    Moray, N.  Vers un programme de recherche sur la coopération homme-machine.  Seminaire   Le Travail Humain , Université de Valenciennes, 1 juin 1995
23.    Moray, N. 1995.  Modelling the role of the human in automated systems.  Institut fur arbeitphysiologie den universitat Dortmund.  May 16, 1995 (By invitation)
24.    Moray, N. 1996. Human factors and ergonomics for maritime safety.  Marine Simulation and Ship Maneuverability Symposium.  Rotterdam: October (By invitation)
25.    Trenteseaux, D., Moray, N., and Tahon, C. 1997. Integration of the human operator into responsive production control.  7th Mini Euro Conference, Association of European Operational Research Societies,  Bruges. March 26.
26.    Moray, N. Mental models in theory and practice. 1996. Attention and Performance XVII, Beit Oren, Israel.  July. (By invitation)
27.    Telle, B., Vanderhaegen, F.., and Moray, N. 1997. Toward a human-centered mrthod to assess human-machine reliability.  Submitted to  IEEE Systems Man and Cybernetics meeting, Beijing, 1997.
28.    Moray, N. 1997.  What is the future like and can we reach it from here? Proceedings of NeTWorK New Technologies at Work Meeting, Badhomburg, 22-24 May.  (By invitation)
29.    Moray, N. 1997.  Mental models.  Seminar to Department of Psychology, University of Surrey.  March, 1997.
30.    Moray, N. 1997.  Recent Research on Human-Machine Systems.  Seminar to University of Surrey.  May 14th.
31.    Moray, N.  1997.  Mental models and communication in the control of complex systems.  Seminar to Japan Atomic Energy Establishment, Tokyo. May, 1997. (By invitation)
32.    Moray, N. 1997.  Mental models and communication in human-machine systems.  Seminar to Nissan Cambridge Basic Research, Cambridge, Mass., May 26th. (By invitation)
33.    Moray, N. 1997.  Que Passe-t-Il Chez Les Ergonomes Anglophones?  Proceedings of SELF (Société d’Ergonomie en Langue Française, September,  Lyons.
34.    Moray, N. 1997.   Seminar to Tokyo Electric Power Company, Tokyo.
35.    Telle, B., Vanderhaegen, F. & Moray, N. 1997.  Human Centered Dependability for railway System design.  World Conference on Railway Research.
36.    Moray, N. 1997.   Wishful thinking, error, and Systems Design.  in DERA Workshop Report: The Impact of Digitization on Training.     DERA/CHS/HS3/6/2/367. Farnham. October 13. (By invitation)
37.    Moray, N. & Haudegond, S.  1997.  Vigilance in complex systems. Institut National de Recherche et de Sécurité, Nancy, France. Final report on research contract. 25-9-97
38.    Moray, N.    Human Centered Design  .  1997. Talk to a meeting of the Halden Nuclear Research Institute, Norway. 29-9-97 on Human Centered Automation and Function Allocation
39.    Moray, N. Inagaki, T., & Itoh, M. Towards a formalism for Naturalistic Decision Making.  Conference on Naturalistic Decision Making Washington, D.C. May 1998 (By invitation)
40.    Moray, N.  1998. Sweden. Trust and communication between human and machines:  the design of safe automation. * June .  (By invitation)
41.    Moray, N. 1998. Lessons Learned:   International Meeting on Safety and Injury Prevention. Amsterdam, 19 May, 1998.(by  invitation)
42.    Moray, N. 1998. Role of operator mental models and confidence in
43.    human-automation interaction. Nissan Cambridge Basic Research Workshop oin Automation and mental Models.  May.31 (by invitation)
44.    Itoh, M., Inagaki, T., & Moray, N. 1998. Experimental study of situation adaptive human-automation collaboration for take-off safety.   7th IFAC/IFIP/IFORS/IEA Symposium on Analysis, Design, and Evaluation of Man-Machine Systems.  Kyoto, Japan, September 16-18.


Recent Book Reviews

1.    Moray, N. 1998.  The Psychology of Attention.  Ergonomics Abstracts, 30(8), 1506.
2.    Moray, N. 1998.  The Psychology of Attention.  Ergonomics Abstracts, 30(8), 1506.
3.    Moray, N.  1996.  The SOAR papers: research on integrated intelligence.  Contemporary Psychology, 41(2). 164.
4.    Moray, N. (1999).  Mental Models in cognitive science. Ergonomics Abstracts




CD-ROM.
Reising, D.V.C., Jones , B.G. , Moray, N., Shaheen, S., Sanderson, P.M., and Rasmussen, J.  1997. Direct Perception Displays for Feedwater Start-Up.   University of Illinois.

Editorial Boards

Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1964-74
Perception, 1975-85
Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1972-76
Acta Psychologica, 1970-76
Reliability Engineering and System Safety, 1989-95
Le Travail Humain, 1989-1999
Human Factors, 1991-1999
        Handbook of Cognitive Engineering, 1991 - 1999
        Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 1997 - 2000.
        Human Factors in Transportation, 1997 - 2000
        Cognition, Technology and Work 1998 - 2005
       
Teaching Experience and Academic Activities

During the 41 years during which I held academic appointments, I taught the following courses at one or more of the universities where I worked:

The psychology of art
Introduction to social psychology
Introduction to experimental psychology (laboratory courses)
Physiological psychology
Comparative psychology
Memory and attention
Experimental Psychology
Communication biophysics
Man-machine systems
Introduction to human factors
Case studies in human factors
Mental workload
Research methods for human factors
Human error and systems reliability
Human factors of design of complex systems
Engineering psychology
Analysis, modeling and design of man-machine systems
Graduate pro-seminar in human factors
Introductory ergonomics
Applied cognitive psychology

Seminars at Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute, Japan. July - August, 1995.
      Mental Workload 
      The role of the human in automation 
      Mental models 
      Recent approaches to human error 
      Design of human-machine systems, 1: ecological displays 
      Design of human-machine systems, 2: subjective scales and evaluation 
      Research methods for human-machine system evaluation 

Seminars at Tsukuba University,  Japan, October 1996.
Design of human-machine systems
        The role of the human in automation 

Supervision of Student Research
 
    Total. Masters students supervised: 11.
    University of Toronto: 
                M.Zaleski, 1985.
                A.Sellen, 1986.
                E.Kruschelnicky, 1987.
                L.Waldren, 1986.
                I. Rotenberg, 1987.

    UIUC:        
                J.Lee, 1991.
                K.Gomi, 1992.
                M.Seiler 1994
                D.Hiskes 1994
                N.Sabadosh
       
    University of Surrey:    
                S. Mulcahey.            
    
    Total Ph.D. Students supervised:  12.
    University of Sheffield:    
                K. J. Connolly
                G. Harrison
                T. R. Green
                E. Whelan (co-supervisor)
                M. Fitter
    University of Stirling:        
                A. Michaels
                C. Roldan
                N. Synodinos
    University of Toronto:    
                P. M. Sanderson
                I. Noy
                B. M. Muir                        
    UIUC:                
                J.Lee,.
    University of Surrey:        
                D.Rodriguez

    Other Ph.D. Committee Service:  15.

Conferences Organised

NATO Conference Online Computing for Psychology, 1969, (with H.Kay)
NATO Advanced Study Institute, Mental Workload, 1978. (with H. Stassen)
NATO Advanced Study Institute, Human Error, 1983. (with J.W.Senders).
U.S. National Research Council, 4 workshops on Human Error, 1990-1993. (With J. Rasmussen and J. Reason)

Administrative Services to the University of Valenciennes

            Chargé de Mission Relations Internationales Canada/USA

Administrative Services to the University of Illinois

    
IE Graduate Advisory. Committee, 1988-1990, 1993-1996
ME/IE Recruiting Committee, 1988-91, Chairman 1989-91
IE Curriculum Committee, 1988-92
ME/IE Advising Committee, 1990-92
Director Engineering Psychology Research Laboratory, 1989-1996

 Other Administrative experience

During my academic appointments I held many administrative positions.  During my appointment at Stirling University I was Chairman of the Psychology Department, and served on 14 university committees during the period 1974 - 198, including chairing committees on finance, planning, services and property management, etc..  I was chairman of Department of Psychology at Scarborough College, University of Toronto, 1973-1974.




Research Administration

1.    Member of United Kingdom Nuclear Safety Advisory Committee, 1999-2007
2.    Member of Advisory Committee to Oak Ridge National Laboratory Division of Engineering Physics and Applied Mathematics, 1990 - 1993
3.    Invited to chair panel of National Research Council on Management of Human Error    1990-93
4.    Member, Administrative Committee, IEEE Systems, Man and Cybernetics Society, 1988-91
5.    Member of U.S. National Research Council's Human Factors Committee, 1988 - 1993.
6.    Invited to serve on National Research Council group to advise on safety in destruction of chemical weapons stocks,  1987-1995
7.    Invited to chair panel of National Academy of Sciences on Research Needs in Human Factors for Nuclear Safety,  1986-88
8.    President, Human Factors Association of Canada,  1984-85
9.    Invitation to serve on National Research Council Panel on Human Performance Modeling,  1983
10.    Invitation to senior post in M.R.C. Applied and Social Industrial Research Unit, University of Sheffield, to head research on computer applications in industry,  1982
11.    U.K. representative on NATO Science Committee Special Panel on Human Factors, 1976-81 (Chairman, 1977-78)


Partial History of Research Support

1.    From Medical Research Council (U.K.) for research into the transmission and evolution of behavior.
2.    From Ministry of Aviation (U.K.) for research into speech mechanisms.
3.    From D.S.I.R. (U.K.) for work on adaptive training devices and information retrieval (held jointly with Professor Harry Kay).
4.    From Royal Society for research into visual mechanisms in plankton.
5.    From IBM (U.K.) for a research fellow to work on the computer simulation of linguistic behavior.  
6.    From Science Research Council (U.K.) for applications of computing to the
7.    behavioral sciences (held jointly with Professor Harry Kay).  
8.    From Science Research Council (U.K.) for research into mechanisms of
9.    attention.  
10.    From NATO for an Advanced Study Institute on the application of on-line
11.    computing to the behavioral sciences (held jointly with
12.    Professor Harry Kay).  
13.    From NATO to travel and lecture on current work in attention and skill in
14.    Italy, Turkey, and Greece.
15.    From National Research Council (Canada) for work on mechanisms of
16.    attention.
17.    From Department of Transport (Canada) for research on human factors in
18.    Air Traffic Control.
19.    From Department of Transport (Canada) for research on human factors in
20.    Air Traffic Control.  
21.    From Training Services Agency (U.K.) for research on diver trainee selection.
22.    From NATO for a symposium on Mental Workload.
23.    From the Netherlands Science Research Council to consult with a team of
24.    Dutch Bioengineers and Control engineers.
25.    From Ministry of Defence (U.K.) for work on modeling the behavior of radar
26.    operators.
27.    From British Library work on an Electronic Information Exchange system
28.    (the   Electronic Journal  ).
29.    From Ministry of Defence (U.K.) for work on the selection and training of
30.    radar operators (by invitation).  
31.    From NSERC Canada for work on fault detection in man-machine systems.
32.    From NATO to organize a workshop on human error.
33.    From NASA for Development of Fuzzy Set Calculus for Estimating Pilot
34.    Workload as a Function of Modes of Operator Behavior.
35.    From NSERC Canada for work on fault diagnosis in process control.
36.    From NASA for work on Mental Workload measurement.
37.    From Imperial Oil for Work on an intelligent interface for process control.
38.    From NSERC for Expert Systems for Industry.
39.    From NSERC Canada to equip real time experimental computer facility.
40.    From NSERC Canada for work on the human operator in automated systems.
41.    From NASA to develop a method to detect excessive workload in real time.
42.    From NASA for research on mental workload using scheduling theory.
43.    $54,000 (with M. Dessouky).  
44.    From UIUC Research Board.  For work on human-machine interaction. Beckman Award, $15,500.
45.    From Illinois Department of Nuclear Safety for research to improve
46.    Radiological Emergency Center, $85,643. (with P. Sanderson)
47.    From Illinois University Manufacturing Research Center for work on the human factors of scheduling behavior in FMS. $ 16,994 (with P. Sanderson, P. Ferreira, & M. Dessouky.)     
48.    From NASA for Scheduling Models for Workload Prediction $46,012. (with M.  Dessouky)    
49.    From U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission for research on performance indicators. $ 200,000. (with B. Jones, J. Rasmussen)
50.    From Illinois University Manufacturing Research Center for work on the human factors of scheduling behavior in FMS. $ 16,000 (with P. Sanderson, P. Ferreira, & M. Dessouky.)
51.    From NASA for research on Scheduling Models for Strategic Behavior $55,000 (with M. Dessouky)
52.    From Veterans Administration for research on Navigational problems in
53.    the blind. $6,000
54.    From NASA for research on Scheduling Models for Strategic Behavior $60,000 (with M. Dessouky)
55.    From NSF for research on the human factors of discrete manufacturing. $99,982 (with  P. M.Sanderson and M. Philpott.)
56.    From DOE for reseach on Direct Perception Interface Design for Nuclear Power Plants. $453,000 (with B. J.Jones and P. M. Sanderson)    
57.    From UIUC Research Board for research on human-machine systems, $15,500
58.    From NASA for research on models of mental workload,  $46,012
59.    From Nuclear Regulatory Commission for research on performance indicators for nuclear power plants,  $200,000
60.    From University of Illinois for research on human performance in scheduling tasks, $13,500 (with Prof. P. Sanderson).
61.    From NASA for research on scheduling models for strategic behaviour, $55,000
62.    From NASA for research on scheduling models for strategic behaviour, $55,000
63.    From Veteran’s Administration for research on navigational problems in the blind, $6000
64.    From National Science Foundation for research on role of human operators in automated discrete manufacturing systems, $99,982  (With Prof. P. Sanderson).
65.    From Department of Energy for research on direct perception displays for nuclear power plants, $448,790 (with Prof. B. G. Jones and Prof. P. Sanderson).
66.    From INRS for research on vigilance in complex tasks.   250,000 FF    
67.    From DERA for research on human factors in levels of automation, £166,000



Major Consulting Activities


1.    U.K. Representative on NATO Science Committee Special Panel on Human Factors (Chairman, 1977-78), United Kingdom, 1976-81
2.    Flying Personnel Research Committee (U.K.M.O.D.), United Kingdom, 1977-80
3.    Proctor & Gamble, Inc., Cincinnati, Pulp and Paper Division:  To advise on human factors in automation, US, 1979
4.    U.K. Department of Energy:  To advise on human factors in man-machine interfacing for underwater robots and remotely piloted vehicles, United Kingdom, 1980
5.    Member of committee to write brief for U.K. N.I.I. on Human Factors for Sizewell 'B' Nuclear Power Plant Public Enquiry, 1980-81
6.    U.S. Air Force:  Reviewer of biocybernetics research programme, Washington, DC, 1982
7.    Maine Yankee Atomic:  Lectures on Human Factors in Workload, USA, 1982
8.    Ontario Hydro:  Report on probable effects of 12-hour shift on human error at Bruce Heavy Water Plant, Toronto, Canada, 1982
9.    Member of IEEE Subcommittee 7.2 on Guidelines for Human Factors in Nuclear Control Rooms, USA, 1982
10.    Member of IEEE Subcommittee 7 (Nuclear Power Engineering Committee), 1982
11.    IBM:  Seminar on the design of VDT stations, Toronto, Canada, 1982
12.    Department of Supplies and Services, Ottawa:  Human Factors in Ice Breaker Design, Canada, 1983
13.    Transport Canada: Task analysis and simulation design for ice breakers, Canada.
14.    Department of Transportation:  Development of Simulators for Ice Breaker Design and Crew Training - As Vice President, Man-Machine Systems Consultants, Inc., Canada
15.    U.K. Nuclear Installations Inspectorate:  Human factors in nuclear safety in North America,  1980-88
16.    Sunnybrook Hospital:  Human Factors Evaluation of Medical Archives, Toronto, Canada, 1983
17.    Thorne Stevenson & Kellogg and Consumers Distributing:  Design of Work Stations for New Warehousing Systems, Toronto, Canada, 1983
18.    U.S. National Research Council:  Working Party on Supervisory Control, USA, 1983
19.    Vice President (and co-founder) of MMS-Man-Machine-Systems Consultants Inc., (now Human Factors North, Inc.) Toronto, Canada, 1983
20.    U.S. National Research Council:  Working Party on Modeling Cognitive Performance, Washington, DC, 1984
21.    Canadian Navy:  Evaluation of Electronic Engine Control Room for Canadian Ships, Ottawa, Canada
22.    Transport Canada: Mental Stress in Vehicle Guidance, Toronto, Canada, 1984
23.    Member of Human Factors Subcommittee of Advisory Committee on Nuclear Safety of the Atomic Energy Control Board of Canada, 1984-88
24.    Atomic Energy Control Board, Canada: Methods of Task Analysis, 1985
25.    Atomic Energy Control Board, Canada: Modeling Human Error, 1985
26.    Defense and Civil Institute of Environmental Medicine: Performance Measurement Systems, Toronto, Canada, 1985
27.    SPAR Aerospace Ltd: Human Factors in Remote Manipulators, Toronto, Canada, 1985
28.    Atomic Energy Control Board:  Design of Emergency Operating Procedures, Ottawa, Canada, 1986
29.    Atomic Energy Control Board:  Use of simulators in training and certification, Ottawa, Canada, 1986
30.    John Arnott Associates:  A bibliography of mental workload research since 1979, Toronto, Canada, 1986
31.    Chairman of National Research Council Panel on Research Needs in Human Factors for Nuclear Safety, 1986-88
32.    Esso Inc.: Control room review and redesign, Toronto, Canada, 1987
33.    Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd: Industrial Seminars in Human Factors, Ottawa, Canada, 1987
34.    Lecturer on Sensory Mechanisms, Attention, and Human/Machine function allocations at NATO AGARD meetings in Portugal, Greece, and The Netherlands on   Human Engineering Design Considerations for Aircrew Station Modifications   (3 lectures in each course lecture on Sensory Mechanisms and Human-machine function allocation at University of Dayton short course), 1988
35.    Member of National Research Council Human Factors Committee, 1988-date
36.    Battelle Corporation:  Review of methods to evaluate new designs for nuclear power reactors, 1990-date
37.    National Research Council Board of the Army for Science and Technology:  Human factors in chemical demilitarization, 1988-date
38.    Oak Ridge National Laboratory: assessor of Program on Applied Mathematics, 1989-date
39.    Chairman of National Research Council Panel on Human Error, 1990-date
40.    President and co-founder of Technosophy, Inc., a human factors consulting company.
41.    Evaluation Systems, Inc. 1992 - date
42.    CEC Joint Research Centre, Ispra, Italy. 1992.
43.    Johnson Controls, Inc., Milwaukee, 1992.
44.    Human Factors North, 1993.
45.    Battelle Corporation: IVHS human factors and High Speed Train Human Factors, 1994.
46.    Nissan Corporation Cambridge Basic Research: driver mental models and automation, 1997-date
47.    Expert witness in Public Inquiry, Southall Rail Crash, 1999.
48.    Expert witness in Public Inquiry Ladbroke Grove Rail Crash, 2000.
49.    Racal/London Underground Hazops analysis of mobile phone use in London underground.
50.    Consultant to MoD/DERA on advanced displays. 2000
51.    Consultant to MoD/DERA on modelling attention. 2000




Other

        Sailed Atlantic Ocean in Sunne Rising  , my 31 foot sloop, 1983