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Marion Tan

Postdoctoral Fellow

School of Psychology

Research Expertise

Research Interests

Marion's research work looks into enhancing resilience through understanding the intersections between human behaviour, technology, and disaster management. 

Thematics

Design – for Commerce, Community and Culture

Area of Expertise

Field of research codes
Business and Management (150300):
Cognitive Sciences (170200):
Commerce, Management, Tourism And Services (150000):
Computer Perception, Memory and Attention (170201):
Computer-Human Interaction (080602): Information And Computing Sciences (080000): Information Systems (080600):
Innovation and Technology Management (150307):
Psychology And Cognitive Sciences (170000):
Studies In Human Society (160000)

Research Outputs

Journal

Tan, ML., Prasanna, R., Stock, K., Doyle, EEH., Leonard, G., & Johnston, D. (2020). Usability factors influencing the continuance intention of disaster apps: A mixed-methods study. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. 50
[Journal article]Authored by: Hudson-Doyle, E., Johnston, D., Rahubadde Kankanamge, R., Stock, K., Tan, M.
Tan, ML., Prasanna, R., Stock, K., Doyle, EEH., Leonard, G., & Johnston, D. (2020). Understanding end-users’ perspectives: Towards developing usability guidelines for disaster apps. Progress in Disaster Science. 7, 100118-100118 Retrieved from http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2590061720300557
[Journal article]Authored by: Tan, M.
Becker, JS., Potter, SH., Prasanna, R., Tan, ML., Payne, BA., Holden, C., . . . Johnston, DM. (2020). Scoping the potential for earthquake early warning in Aotearoa New Zealand: A sectoral analysis of perceived benefits and challenges. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. 51
[Journal article]Authored by: Becker, J., Johnston, D., Rahubadde Kankanamge, R., Tan, M.
Tan, ML., Prasanna, R., Stock, K., Doyle, EEH., Leonard, G., & Johnston, D. (2020). Understanding end-users' perspectives: Towards developing usability guidelines for disaster apps. Progress in Disaster Science. 7
[Journal article]Authored by: Hudson-Doyle, E., Johnston, D., Rahubadde Kankanamge, R., Stock, K., Tan, M.
Tan, ML., Prasanna, R., Stock, K., Doyle, EEH., Leonard, G., & Johnston, D. (2020). Modified Usability Framework for Disaster Apps: A Qualitative Thematic Analysis of User Reviews. International Journal of Disaster Risk Science. 11(5), 615-629
[Journal article]Authored by: Hudson-Doyle, E., Johnston, D., Rahubadde Kankanamge, R., Stock, K., Tan, M.
Santiago, JSS., Manuela, WS., Tan, MLL., Saňez, SKB., & Tong, AZU. (2018). Agency-driven post-disaster recovery: A comparative study of three Typhoon Washi resettlement communities in the Philippines. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. 27, 480-489
[Journal article]Authored by: Tan, M.
Gotangco, CK., Favis, AM., Guzman, MAL., Tan, ML., Quintana, C., & Josol, JC. (2017). A supply chain framework for characterizing indirect vulnerability. International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management. 9(2), 184-206
[Journal article]Authored by: Tan, M.
Tan, ML., Prasanna, R., Stock, K., Hudson-Doyle, E., Leonard, G., & Johnston, D. (2017). Mobile applications in crisis informatics literature: A systematic review. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. 24, 297-311
[Journal article]Authored by: Hudson-Doyle, E., Johnston, D., Rahubadde Kankanamge, R., Stock, K., Tan, M.
Santiago, JSS., Manuela, WS., Tan, MLL., Sañez, SK., & Tong, AZU. (2016). Of timelines and timeliness: lessons from Typhoon Haiyan in early disaster response. Disasters. 40(4), 644-667
[Journal article]Authored by: Tan, M.

Conference

Tan, ML., Prasanna, R., Stock, K., Hudson-Doyle, E., Leonard, G., & Johnston, D.Enhancing the usability of a disaster app: Exploring the perspectives of the public as users. Proceedings of the International ISCRAM Conference. (pp. 876 - 886).
[Conference]Authored by: Hudson-Doyle, E., Johnston, D., Rahubadde Kankanamge, R., Stock, K., Tan, M.

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