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A meta-analysis of driving performance associated with the use of cellular telephones while driving: Results and methodological implications.
An exploration of the role of driver distraction in serious road crashes.
Coping with distractions—the task for driver training and education.
Crikey! It’s cognitively complex.
Driver distraction - a factor in level crossing fatalities.
Driver distraction countermeasures.
Driver distraction related crashes in New Zealand.
Driver distraction: A law enforcement perspective.
Driver distraction: A review of the literature.
Driver distraction: Breakdowns of a multi-level control process.
Driver distraction: Reflections on the past, present and future.
Driver state monitoring to mitigate distraction.
Drivers’ attitudes, awareness and knowledge about driver distractions: Research from two central Sydney communities.
Fatigue and coping with driver distraction.
In-vehicle technologies, Advanced driver assistance systems and driver distraction: Research challenges.
Investigation of the interaction between visual impairment and multi-tasking on driving performance.
Key findings from focus group research on inside-the-vehicle distractions in New Zealand.
NOGOs with driver distraction.
Regulation by design; not crisis.
Roadside advertising - A driver distraction by design.
Technology and driver distraction - the need for industry guidelines.
The effects of text messaging on young novice driver performance.
Work-related driving and driver distraction: Using the Haddon matrix to identify and manage the distractions.
‘Visual clutter’ and external-to-vehicle driver distraction.
What Direction is Needed to Reduce Road Trauma in Australia?
Development of a supplementary education and training program for novice drivers in China.
Investigating the role of fatigue, sleep and sleep disorders in commercial vehicle crashes: A systematic review.
Application of social network analysis to the study of post-injury rehabilitation and health service utilisation
Best practice versus ‘in practice’: Insights into Improving Australian Industry Road Safety Management
Enhancing road safety with in-vehicle telematics
Estimating the safety benefits of separated cycling infrastructure: Does modelling the mechanism matter?
Identifying the organisational determinants of work-related road traffic injury
Safer cycling: An in-depth crash study in Melbourne, Australia
Distracting and Risky Behaviours while Cycling: a Comparison of Group and Non-Group Riders in Western Australia
Opportunities to Refresh the Current NSW Road Safety Strategy and Integrate Safety Priorities with Broader Transport Planning Outcomes
The Psychology of Drivers and Leadership Practices in Predicting Safe Driving.
Evidence for the 'safety in density' effect for cyclists; validation of agent-based modelling results