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Publisher: Elsevier

Volume 58, Number 1, 2013

Risky driving behavior among university students and staff in the Sultanate of Oman
pp. 1-9(9)
Authors: Al Reesi, H.; Al Maniri, A.; Plankermann, K.; Al Hinai, M.; Al Adawi, S.; Davey, J.; Freeman, J.

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Which visual measures affect change in driving difficulty after first eye cataract surgery?
pp. 10-14(5)
Authors: Fraser, M. L.; Meuleners, L. B.; Lee, A. H.; Ng, J. Q.; Morlet, N.

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How similar are two-unit bicycle and motorcycle crashes?
pp. 15-25(11)
Authors: Haworth, N.; Debnath, A. K.

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The relationship between vehicle roof crush and head, neck and spine injury in rollover crashes
pp. 46-52(7)
Authors: Dobbertin, K. M.; Freeman, M. D.; Lambert, W. E.; Lasarev, M. R.; Kohles, S. S.

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Analysis of driver and passenger crash injury severity using partial proportional odds models
pp. 53-58(6)
Authors: Mooradian, J.; Ivan, J. N.; Ravishanker, N.; Hu, S.

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Different risk thresholds in pedestrian road crossing behaviour: A comparison of French and Japanese approaches
pp. 59-63(5)
Authors: Sueur, C.; Class, B.; Hamm, C.; Meyer, X.; Pele, M.

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Driving with pets as a risk factor for motor vehicle collisions among older drivers
pp. 70-74(5)
Authors: Blunck, H.; Owsley, C.; MacLennan, P. A.; McGwin, G.

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Debiasing overoptimistic beliefs about braking capacity
pp. 75-80(6)
Authors: Svenson, O.; Eriksson, G.; Mertz, C. K.

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A comparison of the Driving Anger Scale and the Propensity for Angry Driving Scale
pp. 88-96(9)
Authors: Sullman, M. J. M.; Stephens, A. N.

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Safety riding program and motorcycle-related injuries in Thailand
pp. 115-121(7)
Authors: Woratanarat, P.; Ingsathit, A.; Chatchaipan, P.; Suriyawongpaisal, P.

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Driver perceptions of the safety implications of quiet electric vehicles
pp. 122-131(10)
Authors: Cocron, P.; Krems, J. F.

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The effect of male teenage passengers on male teenage drivers: Findings from a driving simulator study
pp. 132-139(8)
Authors: Ouimet, M. C.; Pradhan, A. K.; Simons-Morton, B. G.; Divekar, G.; Mehranian, H.; Fisher, D. L.

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Attention allocation patterns in naturalistic driving
pp. 140-147(8)
Authors: Wong, J. T.; Huang, S. H.

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Vehicle-based studies of driving in the real world: The hard truth?
pp. 162-174(13)
Authors: Carsten, O.; Kircher, K.; Jamson, S.

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The view from the road: The contribution of on-road glance-monitoring technologies to understanding driver behavior
pp. 175-186(12)
Authors: Taylor, T.; Pradhan, A. K.; Divekar, G.; Romoser, M.; Muttart, J.; Gomez, R.; Pollatsek, A.; Fisher, D. L.

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Is naturalistic driving research possible with highly instrumented cars? Lessons learnt in three research centres
pp. 187-194(8)
Authors: Valero-Mora, P. M.; Tontsch, A.; Welsh, R.; Morris, A.; Reed, S.; Touliou, K.; Margaritis, D.

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An on-road network analysis-based approach to studying driver situation awareness at rail level crossings
pp. 195-205(11)
Authors: Salmon, P. M.; Lenne, M. G.; Young, K. L.; Walker, G. H.

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At the cross-roads: An on-road examination of driving errors at intersections
pp. 226-234(9)
Authors: Young, K. L.; Salmon, P. M.; Lenne, M. G.

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An analysis of driving and working hour on commercial motor vehicle driver safety using naturalistic data collection
pp. 249-258(10)
Authors: Soccolich, S. A.; Blanco, M.; Hanowski, R. J.; Olson, R. L.; Morgan, J. F.; Guo, F.; Wu, S. C.

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Older driver distraction: A naturalistic study of behaviour at intersections
pp. 271-278(8)
Authors: Charlton, J. L.; Catchlove, M.; Scully, M.; Koppel, S.; Newstead, S.

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Older drivers and rapid deceleration events: Salisbury Eye Evaluation Driving Study
pp. 279-285(7)
Authors: Keay, L.; Munoz, B.; Duncan, D. D.; Hahn, D.; Baldwin, K.; Turano, K. A.; Munro, C. A.; Bandeen-Roche, K.; West, S. K.

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A naturalistic study of commuter cyclists in the greater Stockholm area
pp. 286-298(13)
Authors: Gustafsson, L.; Archer, J.

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Chunking: A procedure to improve naturalistic data analysis
pp. 309-317(9)
Authors: Dozza, M.; Bargman, J.; Lee, J. D.

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The value of site-based observations complementary to naturalistic driving observations: A pilot study on the right turn manoeuvre
pp. 318-329(12)
Authors: van Nes, N.; Christoph, M.; Hoedemaeker, M.; van der Horst, R. A.

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Data collection and processing tools for naturalistic study of powered two-wheelers users' behaviours
pp. 330-339(10)
Authors: Espie, S.; Boubezoul, A.; Aupetit, S.; Bouaziz, S.

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Critical power two wheeler driving patterns at the emergence of an incident
pp. 340-345(6)
Authors: Vlahogianni, E. I.; Yannis, G.; Golias, J. C.

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