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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.
Child restraint misuse: Incorrect and inappropriate use of restraints by children reduces their effectiveness in crashes.
Improving child restraint design – upcoming changes in restraint standards and remaining challenges.
Inappropriate restraint use by child occupants - injury implications and factors in inappropriate use.
Misuse of restraints by child occupants.
The Australian child restraint evaluation program.
What should ANCAP be assessing in the rear seat?
Child occupant protection in Australia.
Risk factors for serious injury to child occupants 0-3 years in motor vehicle crashes
Validation of an in-vehicle monitoring device for measuring driving exposure and deceleration events
Victorian family day care scheme providers’ knowledge of child restraint best practice
Victorian family day care scheme providers’ knowledge of child restraint best practice.
Abrasion resistance of motorcycle protective clothing worn by Australian motorcyclists
Accommodation of low birth weight babies in dedicated and convertible rearward facing child restraint systems
Behind the Wheel: a randomised controlled trial evaluating a safe transport program for older drivers
Longitudinal patterns in older drivers' speeding behaviour
Motorcycle protective clothing: physiological and perceptual barriers to their summer use
The Austroads In-depth Case Control Study of Motorcycle Crashes in NSW: Causal relationship findings
Behind the wheel: Process evaluation of a safe-transport program for older drivers delivered in a randomised controlled trial
Child restraint use among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in 12 communities in NSW
Comparative Performance of the Cambridge Abrasion Machine in Different Laboratories
Likely sustainability of a child restraint program among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in 12 communities in NSW
Motorcycle protective clothing: impact on cognitive performance and mood when worn in hot conditions
Naturalistic driving study analysing the effect of rainfall on driving behaviour for older drivers
Older drivers and rapid deceleration
Protective Clothing and Impact Protection for Motorcyclists
Qualitative Consumer Input for Enhancing Child Restraint Product Information to Prevent Misuse: Preliminary Results
Rapid Deceleration and Crash Events in an RCT Evaluating a Safe Transport Program for Older Drivers
The Safest System: Preventing crashes by preventing errors
Delivery of a Child Restraint Program in 12 Aboriginal Communities in NSW: Elements for a Detailed Process Evaluation
Integrated Booster Seats: Crash Protection, Ease of Use and Child Induced Errors in Use
Powered Two and Three Wheeler Safety in Low and Middle Income Countries: Usage, Risk Factors and Effective Interventions for Safety
The Effect of Correct Child Restraint Cross-Chest Clip Use On Injury Outcomes In Motor Vehicle Crashes
Use of Alternative Forms of Transport in Older Drivers in the Suburban Outskirts of Sydney
Using Instructional Videos to Promote Correct Use of Child Restraint Systems: Qualitative Consumer Input and Quantitative Testing
Sex differences evident in self-reported but not naturalistic measurement of driving patterns of older drivers: implications for safe driving programs
Unfolding the full extent of major road trauma crashes
Who uses child restraint fitting stations? Results of a parent survey