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CHAPTERS  & JOURNALS

A comprehensive list of co-authored books and articles

Co-authored Books

 

Smith, F., Eriksen, C. and Bor, R. (2015) Coping with the Psychological Effects of Illness: Strategies to Manage Anxiety and Depression. London. Sheldon Press.  HIGHLY COMMENDED at 2015 BMA Book Award

Bor, R., Eriksen, C and Chaudry, S. (2014) Coping with Stress. London: Sheldon Press.

 

Oakes, M., Bor. R. and Eriksen, C. (2012) Overcoming Shyness and Social Anxiety. London: Sheldon Press.

Eriksen, C., Bor, R. and Oakes, M. (2012) The Panic Attack Workbook. London: Sheldon Press.

Bor, R., Gill, S., Miller, R. and Evans, A. (2009) Counselling in Health Care Settings: A Practitioner’s Handbook. Basingstoke: Palgrave McMillan.

Bor, R., Eriksen, C. and Oakes, M. (2009) Overcome your Fear of Flying. London: Sheldon Press.

Bor, R. and Hubbard, T. (Eds.) (2006) Aviation Mental Health. Hampshire. Ashgate.

Bor R, Gill S, Miller R. and Parrott C. (2004) Doing Therapy Briefly. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Lloyd, M. and Bor, R. (2004) Communication Skills for Medicine (2nd ed.) Edinburgh. Churchill Livingstone.

Bor, R. (Ed.) (2003) Passenger Behaviour. Hampshire. Ashgate.

Bor, R. and Van Gerwen, L. (Eds.) (2003) Psychological Perspectives on the Treatment of Fear of Flying. Hampshire. Ashgate.

 

Bor, R. (2003) Anxiety at 35,000 feet: An Introduction to Clinical Aviation Psychology. London. Karnac.

Refereed academic papers

Tami Avis, Robert Bor, and Carina Eriksen. (2019) APAHF in Practice -The Impact of Work on Pilots’ Personal Relationships - A Qualitative Study. Aviation Psychology and Applied Human Factors (2019), 9(1), 31–41

Abstract:  This study investigates how pilots perceive the way in which their work and shift patterns may impact upon their personal

relationships. It also examines the way in which pilots cope with frequently having to form and then put on hold relationships both at

home and at work. Three hundred pilots were surveyed by questionnaire to examine the impact of working in the airline industry on

personal relationships. Participants were recruited over a 4-year period between 2012 and 2016 on a university’s Master’s program in

Air Transport Management. The qualitative data were analysed using thematic analysis (TA). The study found that that partner support was

key in managing the demands of shift work and that having an understanding partner was the key to the relationship working. This study is

representative of a single sample of mostly male pilots flying for more than 2 years. Future research may seek to use a more diverse sample.

Laukkala T, Vuorio A, Bor R, Budowle B,  Navathe P, Pukkala E, Sajantila A. (2018) Copycats in Pilot Aircraft-Assisted Suicides after the Germanwings Incident. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2018, 15, 491

Laukkala T, Bor R, Budowle B,  Navathe P, Sajantila A, Sainio M, Vuorio A. (2018)  Pilot Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Fatal Aviation Accidents. A Descriptive Study. Aviation Psychology and Applied Human Factors (2018), 8, pp. 93-99.

Laukkala T, Bor R, Budowle B, Sajantila A, Navathe P, Sainio M, Vuorio A. (2017) Attention-Defecit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Fatal Accidents in Aviation Medicine. Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance, 88, 9, 871-875.

Aerospace Medical Association (2016) Co-author of: Pilot mental health: expert working group recommendations – Revised 2015. Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance, 87, 5, 505-7.

 

Aerospace Medical Association (2012) Co-author of: Pilot mental health: expert working group recommendations. Aviation, Space & Environmental Medicine, 83, 1184-5.

 

Oakes M, Bor R. (2010) The psychology of fear of flying (part 1): A critical evaluation of current perspectives on the nature, prevalence and etiology of fear of flying. Travel Medicine and Infectious Diseases, 8, 327-338.

 

Oakes M, Bor R. (2010) The psychology of fear of flying (part 2): A critical evaluation of current perspectives on approaches to treatment. Travel Medicine and Infectious Diseases, 8, 339-363.

 

Bor R. (2007) Psychological factors in airline passenger and crew behaviour: a clinical overview. Travel Medicine and Infectious Disease, 5, 207-216.

 

Bor R. (2007) Pilots and mental health. The Log, 67, 7, 13-15.

 

Bor R. (2003) Trends in disruptive passenger behaviour on board UK registered aircraft: 1999-2003. Travel Medicine and Infectious Disease, 1, 153-157.

 

Bor R, Field G, Scragg P (2002) The mental health of pilots: an overview. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 15, 239-256.

 

Lane P, Bor R. (2002) Cabin crew experiences and perceptions of air rage. International Journal of Applied Aviation Studies, 2, 57-70.

 

Bor R, Russell M, Parker J, Papadopoulos L. (2001) Survey of the world’s airlines about managing disruptive passengers. International Civil Aviation Organisation Journal, 56, 2, 21-30.

 

Bor R, Parker J, Papadopoulos L. (2000) Psychological treatment of a fear of flying: a review. Journal of the British Travel Health Association, 1, 21-26.

 

Scragg P, Bor R, Mendham M. (2000) Feigning post-traumatic stress disorder on the PAI. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 7, 155-160.

 

Bor R, Parker J, Papadopoulos L. (2000) Psychological treatment of a fear of flying. Counselling Psychology Review, 15, 2, 13-17.

 

Palmer S, Bor R, Josse J. (2000) A self-help tool kit for conquering fears and anxieties about flying. Counselling Psychology Review, 15, 2, 18-29.

 

Bor R. (1999) Unruly passenger behaviour and in-flight violence: a psychological perspective. Travel Medicine International, 17, 1, 5-10. Reprinted in: AIRNEWS, 1999, 27, 3, 40-44 and Travel Medicine in Practice, 1999, 1, 2, 33-5.