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Dr Mark Kleidon

Dr Mark Kleidon
Name Mark Kleidon
Position Manager (Service Reporting)
Section Client Services
Office E120
Location Toowoomba Campus
Phone +61 7 4631 2047
Extension 2047
Email
Qualifications ADipEng ToowoombaTAFE , DipMultimedia ToowoombaTAFE , BMM(Hons) Griffith , PhD USQ

Industry affiliations
Member of the Golden Key International Honours Society

Administrative responsibilities
Manager - ICT Project Portfolio
Information Architect - ICT Capital Projects
USQ Environment and Sustainability Committee Member


Research most notable
Kleidon, M. (2010). The role of fatigue, safety climate, and emotional intelligence in shaping safety bahaviours in aviation maintenance. PhD Dissertation, Australia: University of Southern Queensland.
Fogarty, G., & Kleidon, M. (2008). Measuring emotional intelligence and its relevance to safety behaviours. Proceedings of the 50th Annual Conference of the International Military Testing Association. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 29 Sept - 3 October.
Treffner, P., Peter, M., & Kleidon, M. (2008). Gestures and phases: The dynamics of speech-hand communication. Ecological Psychology, 20(1), 32-64.
Fogarty, G., & Kleidon, M. (2007). RAAF aviation maintenance safety. Report provided to the Royal Australian Air Force.
Fogarty, G., & Kleidon, M. (2006). Navy aviation maintenance safety. Report provided to the Royal Australian Navy.
Kleidon, M., Albion, M., & Fogarty, G. (2005). Navy aviation maintenance safety. Report provided to the Royal Australian Navy.
Kleidon, M. (2003). The influence of gestures on speech perception. Griffith University. Gold Coast Campus Library (QGU:GC) Call No: Gold Coast P90 .K63 2003.


Publications in ePrints

Kleidon, Mark William (2010) The role of fatigue, safety climate, and emotional intelligence in shaping safety behaviours in aviation maintenance. [Thesis (PhD/Research)]

Treffner, Paul and Peter, Mira and Kleidon, Mark (2008) Gestures and phases: the dynamics of speech-hand communication. Ecological Psychology, 20 (1). pp. 32-64. ISSN 1040-7413