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How can psychology contribute to the future of rail development?

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Presentation for the RRUKA conference at MOSI, Manchester, UK

Presentation for the RRUKA conference at MOSI, Manchester, UK

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  • 1. How can psychology make a significant contribution to future rail developments? Dr Jenna Condie University of Salford @jennacondie Flickr: ronsho
  • 2. How can I contribute? What’s already going on? What’s not? Why not? The value of psychology?
  • 3. Report : Link A national dialogue…
  • 4. Report : Link A national dialogue…
  • 5. The complexities of people Flickr:mattbuck4950Flickr:sardinista
  • 6. Flickr: Free Grunge Textures Identities Flickr: vasilennka
  • 7. Flickr: Free Grunge Textures Identities Flickr: vasilennka
  • 8. A Psychology of Rail… Understanding the interactions between people and technology Flickr: R~P~MFlickr: R~P~M
  • 9. A Psychology of Rail… Understanding the interactions between people and technology Flickr: R~P~MFlickr: R~P~M
  • 10. Value of social science input Walking school buses: Link Life transitions and travel behaviour Project Blog: Link Flickr: Sharkbait
  • 11. How can psychology make a significant contribution to future rail developments? Dr Jenna Condie University of Salford @jennacondie Flickr: ronsho