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The speed paradox: The misalignment between driver attitudes and speeding behavious.
Speed enforcement programmes in France and Queensland: First elements for a systematic comparison.
Fatalism and road safety in developing countries, with a focus on Pakistan.
Social influences on drivers in China.
Automated speed enforcement in Australia: Recent examples of the influence of public opinion on program sustainability.
Promoting a more positive traffic safety culture in Australia: lessons learnt and future directions
Promoting a more positive traffic safety culture in Australia: lessons learnt and future directions.
Criminal histories of crash and non-crash involved Queensland speeding offenders: Evidence supporting the idea that we drive as we live
Students' Responses to the RACQ Docudrama Program
Enhancing Public Demand for Safer Speeds on the Road: Input from Australian and New Zealand Stakeholders
Socio-Cultural Beliefs and Road Use in a Low Income Country: a Qualitative Investigation of Superstition-Related Road Use Behaviour in Pakistan
Lost in Translation? A Humorous International Driver Sleepiness Commercial Viewed by Australian Young Drivers
Prevalence and Perception of Following Too Close in Queensland