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Water transportation is transportation across or under water, usually in ships and submarines. Psychologists have been interested in particular aspects of this activity including:

  • Performance of crews
  • Safety issues at sea
  • Navigation
  • Perception in and above water under different conditions
  • Aspects of disasters at sea

See alsoEdit

References & BibliographyEdit

Key textsEdit

BooksEdit

  • Harrison, A. A., Clearwater, Y. A., & McKay, C. P. (1991). From Antarctica to outer space: Life in isolation and confinement. New York, NY: Springer-Verlag Publishing.
  • Hutchins, E. (1993). Learning to navigate. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.
  • Hutchins, E. (1995). Cognition in the wild. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.
  • Kirschenbaum, S. S. (2001). Analyzing submarine decision making: A question of levels. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers.
  • Kirschenbaum, S. S. (2001). Decision-making studies in a simulated submarine. Santa Monica, CA: Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.
  • Lee, J. D., & Sanquist, T. F. (1996). Maritime automation. Hillsdale, NJ, England: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
  • Papenhuijzen, B. (1997). Navigation simulation. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers.
  • Yule, W., Udwin, O., & Bolton, D. (2002). Mass transportation disasters. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

PapersEdit

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  • Belousov, K., Horlick-Jones, T., Bloor, M., Gilinskiy, Y., Golbert, V., Kostikovsky, Y., et al. (2007). Any port in a storm: Fieldwork difficulties in dangerous and crisis-ridden settings: Qualitative Research Vol 7(2) May 2007, 155-175.
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  • Berg, J. S., Grieger, T. A., & Spira, J. L. (2005). Psychiatric Symptoms and Cognitive Appraisal following the Near Sinking of a Research Submarine: Military Medicine Vol 170(1) Jan 2005, 44-47.
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  • Bierly, P. E., & Spender, J. C. (1995). Culture and high reliability organizations: The case of the nuclear submarine: Journal of Management Vol 21(4) 1995, 639-656.
  • Bisantz, A. M., Roth, E., Brickman, B., Gosbee, L. L., Hettinger, L., & McKinney, J. (2003). Integrating cognitive analysis in a large-scale system design process: International Journal of Human-Computer Studies Vol 58(2) Feb 2003, 177-206.
  • Bjorkli, C. A., Roed, B. K., Bjelland, H. V., Gould, K. S., & Hoff, T. (2007). Activity theory as a supportive framework in design of navigation equipment: Activites Vol 4(1) 2007, 179-187.
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  • Bolton, D., O'Ryan, D., Udwin, O., Boyle, S., & Yule, W. (2000). The long-term psychological effects of a disaster experienced in adolescence: II: General psychopathology: Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry Vol 41(4) May 2000, 513-523.
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Additional materialEdit

BooksEdit

  • Dahl, K. R., & Colbron, G. I. (1925). Attempt to reach Carls Harbor--In Germania Harbor--Storm--Return to Borlace Warren--A valuable catch--On Clavering again. New York, NY: D Appleton & Company.
  • Dahl, K. R., & Colbron, G. I. (1925). Across Gael Hampke's Bay--The robber chieftain of Clavering--A bird paradise--Our first musk-ox--Melancholy. New York, NY: D Appleton & Company.
  • Dahl, K. R., & Colbron, G. I. (1925). Captain and sailors come to Tasiusak--Winter quarters in the "castle"--Scurvy--A spring voyage--Ship in sight--A Norwegian sealer--The quest arrives--We go home. New York, NY: D Appleton & Company.
  • Dahl, K. R., & Colbron, G. I. (1925). The departure--The crew and the ship--At sea--Hunters and sailors--Mallemucks--Polar christening. New York, NY: D Appleton & Company.
  • Dahl, K. R., & Colbron, G. I. (1925). The die is cast--Chewing tobacco and sledding--Slow progress--Snowstorms--The captain abdicates--Death very near us--Movement on the ice--Drifting over open sea--Land in sight--Anchored--Our drifting is over--The record drift of the Teddy--A difficult turn--Wet sleeping bags--Rockbottom at last!--Three cheers for Greenland! New York, NY: D Appleton & Company.
  • Dahl, K. R., & Colbron, G. I. (1925). Exploit of the rescue party--The sleds are abandoned--Through the tidal fissures--A frightful road--Snow houses for the night--One man sick--A hard day's march--Saved. New York, NY: D Appleton & Company.
  • Dahl, K. R., & Colbron, G. I. (1925). Fast in the ice again--Violent pressure--The rudder smashed--We leave the ship--First night on the ice--We build a house--Ice comforts--Our rapid drift--Birthday festivities and bear visitors--Night watches--Midway between Iceland and Greenland--Ocean swell. New York, NY: D Appleton & Company.
  • Dahl, K. R., & Colbron, G. I. (1925). The first big storm--Number two follows quickly--The first serious pressure--The ship springs a leak--Anticipation and disappointment--Our depot is destroyed--We are driven very near the coast--Almost capsized. New York, NY: D Appleton & Company.
  • Dahl, K. R., & Colbron, G. I. (1925). Frustrated hopes--Fog--Ice and more ice--Advance or retreat?--Caught in the ice--On the watch for Carls Harbor--Autumn approaches. New York, NY: D Appleton & Company.
  • Dahl, K. R., & Colbron, G. I. (1925). The hunter's handbook--"That confounded ship"--Fox trapping--Big game--Life at the station. New York, NY: D Appleton & Company.
  • Dahl, K. R., & Colbron, G. I. (1925). No communication with Carls Harbor--Scoresby Sound abandoned--Homeward journey soon--The first attempt--A difficult start--Bass Rock. New York, NY: D Appleton & Company.
  • Dahl, K. R., & Colbron, G. I. (1925). North of Jan Mayen--Field ice ahead--The first meeting. New York, NY: D Appleton & Company.
  • Dahl, K. R., & Colbron, G. I. (1925). On the outermost Skerries--Attempt to reach Nunakitit--Cross currents--In the ravine--Rescue party sent out--Snowstorms and sleeping bags--Cheerless outlook--On half rations--Open water--Three sled crews on the island--The east Greenland bear hunter--Rescued by Greenlanders--Seven are left in the ravine--In Utorkarmiut--The seven are rescued--Happy reunion. New York, NY: D Appleton & Company.
  • Dahl, K. R., & Colbron, G. I. (1925). Our chance of rescue--Taking stock--Peaceful days--Our wireless--Cabaret on the Teddy. New York, NY: D Appleton & Company.
  • Dahl, K. R., & Colbron, G. I. (1925). Snowstorms and housework--The "bear that scratched"--Violent swell--The floe splits under our house--Westward ho!--Clear the sleds--Land in sight--The Teddy adrift--Letters for home--A surprising noon latitude--Hasty departure--Bivouac near the ship--The sinking vessel. New York, NY: D Appleton & Company.
  • Dahl, K. R., & Colbron, G. I. (1925). A summer night in the ice--Our catch--The engine goes on strike--Land in sight. New York, NY: D Appleton & Company.
  • Dahl, K. R., & Colbron, G. I. (1925). The "Teddy" expedition among the ice floes of Greenland. New York, NY: D Appleton & Company.
  • Dahl, K. R., & Colbron, G. I. (1925). Trip to Denmark Harbor abandoned--At anchor off Borlace Warren--A poor hunting season--Future of fox trapping--Valdemarshaab--A polar record. New York, NY: D Appleton & Company.
  • Dahl, K. R., & Colbron, G. I. (1925). We are driven towards Rathebone Island--Heavy pressure--Open water--We lose our big chance--Storm amid the ice floes--A night of terror--The jib saves us. New York, NY: D Appleton & Company.
  • Gray, W. D., & Kirschenbaum, S. S. (2000). Analyzing a novel expertise: An unmarked road. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers.
  • Nansen, F. (1897). By sledge and kayak. New York, NY: Harper & Brothers.
  • Nansen, F. (1897). Farewell to Norway. New York, NY: Harper & Brothers.
  • Nansen, F. (1897). Farthest north: Being a record of a voyage of exploration of the ship "Fram" 1893-96 and of a fifteen months' sleigh journey by Dr. Nansen and Lieut. Johansen (Vol 1). New York, NY: Harper & Brothers.
  • Nansen, F. (1897). Farthest north: Being the record of a voyage of exploration of the ship "Fram" 1893-96 and of a fifteen months' sleigh journey by Dr. Nansen and Lieut. Johansen (Vol 2). New York, NY: Harper & Brothers.
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PapersEdit

  • Bailey, N., Housley, W., & Belcher, P. (2006). Navigation, interaction and bridge team work: Sociological Review Vol 54(2) May 2006, 342-362.
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DissertationsEdit

  • Roggenbuck, J. W. (1976). Socio-psychological inputs into carrying capacity assessments for float-trip use of white-water rivers in Dinosaur National Monument: Dissertation Abstracts International.

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