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Nicola Power
Nicola Power
Lecturer in Psychology, Lancaster University
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Decision inertia: Deciding between least worst outcomes in emergency responses to disasters
L Alison, N Power, C van den Heuvel, M Humann, M Palasinksi, J Crego
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 88 (2), 295-321, 2015
872015
Coping with uncertainty: Police strategies for resilient decision-making and action implementation
C van den Heuvel, L Alison, N Power
Cognition, Technology & Work 16 (1), 25-45, 2014
862014
Immersive simulated learning environments for researching critical incidents: A knowledge synthesis of the literature and experiences of studying high-risk strategic decision …
L Alison, C Van Den Heuvel, S Waring, N Power, A Long, T O’Hara, ...
Journal of Cognitive Engineering and decision making 7 (3), 255-272, 2013
822013
Extreme teams: Toward a greater understanding of multiagency teamwork during major emergencies and disasters.
N Power
American Psychologist 73 (4), 478, 2018
722018
Drivers of public trust and confidence in police in the UK
S Merry, N Power, M McManus, L Alison
International journal of police science & management 14 (2), 118-135, 2012
582012
A systematic review of the potential hurdles of interoperability to the emergency services in major incidents: recommendations for solutions and alternatives
A House, N Power, L Alison
Cognition, technology & work 16 (3), 319-335, 2014
562014
The effects of subjective time pressure and individual differences on hypotheses generation and action prioritization in police investigations.
L Alison, B Doran, ML Long, N Power, A Humphrey
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 19 (1), 83, 2013
482013
Decision-making in intensive care medicine–A review
FR James, N Power, S Laha
Journal of the Intensive Care Society 19 (3), 247-258, 2018
462018
Redundant deliberation about negative consequences: Decision inertia in emergency responders.
N Power, L Alison
Psychology, public policy, and law 23 (2), 243, 2017
422017
A taxonomy of endogenous and exogenous uncertainty in high-risk, high-impact contexts.
L Alison, N Power, C van den Heuvel, S Waring
Journal of Applied Psychology 100 (4), 1309, 2015
422015
Offence or defence? Approach and avoid goals in the multi‐agency emergency response to a simulated terrorism attack
N Power, L Alison
Journal of occupational and organizational psychology 90 (1), 51-76, 2017
362017
Decision inertia in critical incidents
N Power, L Alison
European Psychologist, 2018
272018
Mapping our underlying cognitions and emotions about good environmental behavior: Why we fail to act despite the best of intentions
N Power, G Beattie, L McGuire
Semiotica 2017 (215), 193-234, 2017
192017
When do we believe experts? The power of the unorthodox view
L Alison, L Almond, P Christiansen, S Waring, N Power, G Villejoubert
Behavioral Sciences & the Law 30 (6), 729-748, 2012
112012
Communication and coordination across event phases: A multi‐team system emergency response
O Brown, N Power, SM Conchie
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology 94 (3), 591-615, 2021
92021
Fear of crime on the rail networks: Perceptions of the UK public and British Transport Police
N Power, MA McManus, R Lynch, J Bonworth
Crime Prevention and Community Safety 18 (2), 91-104, 2016
72016
Intensive care decision-making: Identifying the challenges and generating solutions to improve inter-specialty referrals to critical care
N Power, NR Plummer, J Baldwin, FR James, S Laha
Journal of the Intensive Care Society 19 (4), 287-298, 2018
62018
Cognition in Crisis: Decision inertia and failures to take action in multi-agency emergency response command teams
N Power
University of Liverpool, 2015
52015
Immersive simulations with extreme teams
O Brown, N Power, SM Conchie
Organizational Psychology Review 10 (3-4), 115-135, 2020
32020
Monitoring changes in cohesion over time in expedition teams: the role of daily events and team composition
O Brown, E Barrett, N Power
22019
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