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Catherwood, Dianne F and Edgar, Graham K and Alford, Christopher A and Nikolla, Dritan (2011) Brain activity linked to the filtering of visual information under uncertain conditions. Neuroscience Letters, 500. e43-e43.
Catherwood, Dianne F and Edgar, Graham K and Nikolla, Dritan and Alford, Christopher A and Brookes, David and Baker, Steven and White, Sarah (2014) Mapping Brain Activity During Loss of Situation Awareness: an EEG investigation of a basis for top-down influence on perception. Human Factors, 56 (8). pp. 1428-1452. ISSN 0018-7208
Catherwood, Dianne F and Edgar, Graham K and Sallis, Geoffrey and Medley, Andrew and Brookes, David (2012) Fire alarm or false alarm?!: Situation awareness and decision-making 'bias' of firefighters in training exercises. International Journal of Emergency Services, 1 (2). pp. 135-158. ISSN 2047-0894
De Ste Croix, Mark B and Deighan, Martine A and Armstrong, N (2007) Functional eccentric-concentric ratio of knee extensors and flexors in pre-pubertal children, teenagers and adults. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 28 (9). pp. 768-772. ISSN 14393964
Edgar, Graham K (2007) Accommodation, cognition, and virtual image displays: A review of the literature. Displays, 28 (2). pp. 45-59. ISSN 01419382
Edgar, Graham K and Catherwood, Dianne F and Sallis, Geoffrey and Brookes, David and Medley, Andrew (2012) "I always know what's going on." Assessing the Relationship between Perceived and Actual Situation Awareness across Different Scenarios. World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 6 (11). pp. 1433-1434.
Edgar, Graham K and Edgar, Helen E (2007) Using signal detection theory to measure situation awareness: the technique, the tool (QUASA), the test, the way forward. In: Decision Making in Complex Environments. Ashgate, Aldershot, pp. 373-385. ISBN 978-0-7546-4950-2
Edgar, Graham K and Edgar, Helen E and Curry, Martin B (2003) Using signal detection theory to measure situation awareness in command and control. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 47 (18). pp. 2019-2023. ISSN 15419312
Edgar, Graham K and Neary, C and Craig, I and Pope, J C (1993) Oculo-motor responses and virtual image displays. AGARD, Combat Automation for Airborne Weapon Systems: Man/Machine Interface Trends and Technologies. p. 18.
Edgar, Graham K and Smith, A J and Stone, H E and Beetham, D L and Pritchard, C (2000) QUASA: Quantifying and analysing situational awareness. In: IMCD People in Digitized Command and Control Symposium, 2000, RMCS Shrivenham, UK.
Evans, Mel (2015) The Influences of Films on Child Perceptions of Science and Scientists. Masters thesis, University of Gloucestershire.
Gerrard, Edward (2010) How Does Coursework Based Study Affect the Learning of Pupils in Secondary Science Education? PhD thesis, University of Gloucestershire.
McEwen, Lindsey and Jones, Owain (2012) Building local/lay flood knowledges into community flood resilience planning after the July 2007 floods, Gloucestershire, UK. Hydrology Research, 43 (5). p. 675. ISSN 0029-1277
Morley, Tim I and Fayet, Annette L and Jessop, Helene and Veron, Paul and Veron, Merlin and Clark, Jacquie and Wood, Matthew J (2016) The seabird wreck in the Bay of Biscay and South-Western Approaches in 2014: A review of reported mortality. Seabird, 29. pp. 22-38.
Rogers, Sally L and Kaufman, Jim (2016) Location, location, location: the evolutionary history of CD1 genes and the NKR-P1/ligand systems. Immunogenetics, 68 (8). pp. 499-513. ISSN 0093-7711
Saukko, Paula M and Reed, Matt and Britten, Nicky and Hogarth, Stuart (2010) Negotiating the boundary between medicine and consumer culture: Online marketing of nutrigenetic tests. Social Science and Medicine, 70 (5). pp. 744-753. ISSN 0277-9536
Tasker, Louise and White, J and Milligan, A and Hedger, W and Scurr, J (2012) Predictors of Three-Dimensional Breast Kinematics during Bare-Breasted Running. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 44 (7). pp. 1351-1357. ISSN 0195-9131
Trubody, Ben (2013) ‘Sloppy Thinking’: To What Extent Can Philosophy Contribute to the Public Understanding of Science? PhD thesis, University of Gloucestershire.
Webb, Julia C (2015) Can you use pollen to catch criminals? In: 52 Things You Should Know About Palaeontology. Agile Libre, Nova Scotia, pp. 34-35. ISBN 978-0987959447
Wolffsohn, James S and Edgar, Graham K and McBrien, Neville A (1996) The effects of viewing modality and positioning of a car head-up display (HUD) on response times. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, 16 (3). pp. 253-254.