Gunhild Sætren
Gunhild Sætren
Nord University
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Effects of trust in high-risk organizations during technological changes
GB Sætren, K Laumann
Cognition, Technology & Work 17, 131-144, 2015
A study of a technological development process: Human factors—the forgotten factors?
GB Sætren, S Hogenboom, K Laumann
Cognition, Technology & Work 18, 595-611, 2016
Simulator training in driver education—Potential gains and challenges
GB Sætren, PA Pedersen, R Robertsen, P Haukeberg, M Rasmussen, ...
Safety and reliability–Safe societies in a changing world, 2045-2049, 2018
Organizational change management theories and safety–A critical review
GB Saetren, K Laumann
Safety Science Monitor 20 (1), 1-10, 2017
Simulator versus traditional training: A comparative study of night driving training
GB Sætren, C Lindheim, MR Skogstad, P Andreas Pedersen, ...
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society annual meeting 63 (1 …, 2019
Driving simulators in teaching and learning: A qualitative study
GB Sætren, JR Vaag, PA Pedersen, TF Birkeland, TO Holmquist, ...
Supplemental instruction 1, 67-87, 2021
Opportunities and limitations in use of simulators in driver training in Norway. A qualitative study
GB Sætren, TF Birkeland, PA Pedersen, C Lindheim, MR Skogstad
Proceedings of the 29th European Safety and Reliability Conference (ESREL …, 2019
Situational awareness in a creeping crisis: How the initial phases of the COVID‐19 pandemic were handled from a crisis management perspective in the Nursing Home Agency in Oslo
GB Sætren, JR Vaag, IF Hansen, GA Bjørnfeld
Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management 31 (3), 545-559, 2023
Buyers of road transport services: sustainability and safety responsibility
K Grinerud, GB Sætren, WK Aarseth
Proceedings of the 30th European Safety and Reliability Conference and the …, 2020
The future of driver training and driver instructor education in Norway with increasing ADAS technology in cars
GB Sætren, JP Wigum, R Robertsen, P Bogfjellmo, E Suzen
Safety and Reliability–Safe Societies in a Changing World, 1433-1440, 2018
Theoretical learning outcome of night driving. A comparison study of traditional real life training and simulator training
R Robertsen, GB Sætren, P Haukeberg, H Sivertsen
Risk, Reliability and Safety: Innovating Theory and Practice: Proceedings of …, 2017
Competition and its potential negative effect on safety in powered two-wheeler (PTW) training seen from a system perspective
GB Sætren, PH Bogfjellmo, JP Wigum
Research in Transportation Economics 82, 100881, 2020
Crisis communication and trustworthiness among crisis actors: towards a typology of crisis management difficulties
J Badu, BI Kruke, GB Saetren
Safety in extreme environments 5 (2), 119-130, 2023
A psychological investigation of selection criteria for learning agents (super users) and allocation of responsibilities in the implementation of technological change
JR Vaag, GB Sætren, TH Halvorsen, SD Sørgård
Frontiers in psychology 13, 928217, 2022
The use of driving simulator for training learner drivers belonging to a high-risk group.
GB Sætren, JR Vaag, TO Holmquist
Research Publishing Services, 2021
A qualitative study of the rider training system for younger riders in powered two-wheelers (PTW) class AM146 and A1, and its effect on risk
GB Sætren, JP Wigum, PH Bogfjellmo
Proceedings of the 29th European Safety and Reliability Conference (ESREL …, 2019
Consequences of insufficient focus on human factors in a design phase of new automated technology
G Sætren, S Hogenboom, K Laumann, DN Veritas
SRA-E2013, 2013
Cognitive technology development and end-user involvement in the Norwegian petroleum industry–Human factors missing or not?
GB Sætren, J Ernstsen, R Phillips, EG Aulie, HC Stenhammer
Safety science 170, 106337, 2024
Computer-assisted management training for emergency response professionals in challenging environments
GB Sætren, HC Stenhammer, N Andreassen, OJ Borch
Safety in extreme environments 4 (3), 277-290, 2022
Exploring how automated technology and advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) are taught in the Norwegian driver-training industry. A qualitative study.
JP Wigum, GB Sætren
Research Publishing, Singapore, 2022
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