Firefighter project publications

Peer reviewed journal articles

Okoli, J.O., Watt, J., Weller, G. (In press). How do cues aid expert judgement when managing complex incidents? A qualitative analysis of fire incident reports. Journal of contingencies and crisis management

Okoli, J.O., Weller, G and Watt, J. (2016) Information filtering and intuitive decision making model: Towards a model of expert intuition. Journal of Cognition, Technology and Work, 18 (1), pp 89-103

Okoli, J.O., Watt, J., Weller, G. (2016). Dynamic risk Assessment: the role of experience in fireground decision making. Journal of Risk Management. doi:10.1057/rm.2015.20

Okoli, J.O., Weller, G., Watt, J. (2014).  Eliciting Experts' Knowledge in Emergency Response Organizations. International Journal of Emergency Services, 3(2): 118-130.

Conference presentations

Okoli, J. O., Weller, G., Watt, J., & Wong, B. L. W. (2013). Decision making strategies used by experts and the potential for training intuitive skills: A preliminary study. In H. Chaudet, L. Pellegrin, & N. Bonnardel (Eds.), Proceedings of the 11th international conference on naturalistic decision making (NDM 2013), Marseille, France, 21-24 May 2013 (pp. 227-232). Paris, France: Arpege Science Publishing

Okoli, J.O., Weller, G., Watt, J. (2013). Decision making strategies used by experts and the potential for training intuitive skills: A preliminary study. Paper presented at the Annual research conference, Middlesex University, UK

Okoli, J.O., Watt, J., Weller, G. (2014). Managing Risks and Uncertainties on the Fire Ground. Abstract presented at the society for Risk Analysis conference, Istanbul Turkey, June 16-18.

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