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Identifying ‘at-risk’ child pedestrians and improving their road crossing skills.
Painting a designated space: Cyclist and driver compliance at cycling infrastructure at intersections.
Prevalence of mobile phone vs. child-related driver distraction in a sample of families with young children.
Predictors of older drivers' looking behaviour when negotiating intersections
The Australian Naturalistic Driver Study: from beginnings to launch.
Qualitative Consumer Input for Enhancing Child Restraint Product Information to Prevent Misuse: Preliminary Results
Using Instructional Videos to Promote Correct Use of Child Restraint Systems: Qualitative Consumer Input and Quantitative Testing
Using Naturalistic Driving Study Data to Understand Child Vehicle Occupant Behaviour when Travelling in Child Restraint Systems
Australian Naturalistic Driving Study (ANDS): using 20,000 trips to get a glimpse at locations and speeds where data was collected
Bouncing back and maintaining mobility: the relationship between resilience and driving in the Ozcandrive study
What are Australian drivers doing behind the wheel? An overview of secondary task data from the Australian naturalistic driving Study