Dr Claire Pekcan

Liverpool Business School

Degrees

2017, Royal Holloway University of London, United Kingdom, PhD Management
1994, University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom, MSc Occupational Psychology
1993, University of Leicester, United Kingdom, BSc (Hons) Psychology

Editorial/letter to the editor

Pauksztat B, Zhao M, Pekcan C, Barnett M. 2021. Introduction to the special issue on “International merchant shipping in the 21st century: Social science perspectives” Marine Policy, 130 DOI Publisher Url

Journal article

van Leeuwen WMA, Pekcan C, Barnett M, Kecklund G. 2021. Mathematical modelling of sleep and sleepiness under various watch keeping schedules in the maritime industry Marine Policy, 130 DOI Publisher Url

Hu L, Naeem W, Rajabally E, Watson G, Mills T, Bhuiyan Z, Raeburn C, Salter I, Pekcan C. 2020. A multiobjective optimization approach for COLREGs-Compliant path planning of autonomous surface vehicles verified on networked bridge simulators IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, 21 :1167-1179 DOI Publisher Url

Barnett M, Gatfield D, Overgaard B, Pekcan C, Graveson A. 2006. Barriers to progress or windows of opportunity? A study in career path mapping in the maritime industries WMU Journal of Maritime Affairs, 5 :127-142 DOI Publisher Url

Chapters

Conway N, Pekcan C. 2019. Psychological contract research: Older, but is it wiser? Handbook of Research on the Psychological Contract at Work :10-34 9781788115674 DOI Publisher Url

Jepsen JR, Zhao Z, Pekcan C, Barnett M, Van Leeuwen WMA. 2017. Risk factors for fatigue in shipping, the consequences for seafarers’ health and options for preventive intervention Maritime Psychology: Research in Organizational and Health Behavior at Sea :127-150 9783319454283 DOI Publisher Url

Barnett M, Pekcan C. The human element in shipping Encyclopedia of Maritime and Offshore Engineering DOI Publisher Url

Thesis/Dissertation

Pekcan C. 2017. Safety at sea: understanding the role of the psychological contract in seafarers' safe and unsafe behaviour using affective events and ego depletion theories Conway N, Symon G.

Conference publication

Maurier P, Corrignan P, Barnett M, Gatfield D, Pekcan C, Clarke G, Akerstedt T. 2011. Fatigue and performance in bridge and engine control room watchkeeping on a 6 on / 6 off watch regime RINA, Royal Institution of Naval Architects - International Conference on Human Factors in Ship Design and Operation, Papers, :61-69

Barnett M, Gatfield D, Pekcan C, Northcott L, Turner DM, Rowley I. 2007. The mitigation of human error in the use of automated shipboard systems RINA, Royal Institution of Naval Architects International Conference - Human Factors in Ship Design, Safety and Operation - Papers, :27-40

Gatfield DI, Pekcan CH, Barnett ML. 2006. The janus principle in maritime safety: Looking backwards to look forward RINA, Royal Institution of Naval Architects International Conference - Learning from Marine Incidents III - Papers, 2006 :25-33

Pekcan C, Gatfield D, Barnett M. 2005. Content and context: Understanding the complexities of human behaviour in ship operation RINA, Royal Institution of Naval Architects International Conference - Human Factors in Ship Design, Safety and Operation, :99-107

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