Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour


Publication Venue For

  • Behind the wheels with autism and ADHD: Brain networks involved in driving hazard detection.  77:274-292. 2021
  • Methodological considerations for longitudinal investigations of young drivers.  75:214-221. 2020
  • Rewards decrease risky decisions for adolescent drivers: Implications for crash prevention.  74:272-279. 2020
  • A dynamical systems perspective on driver behavior.  63:193-203. 2019
  • Learning to drive: A reconceptualization.  62:316-326. 2019
  • A pilot investigation on the effects of combination transcranial direct current stimulation and speed of processing cognitive remediation therapy on simulated driving behavior in older adults with HIV.  58:1061-1073. 2018
  • Effect of age on children's pedestrian behaviour: Results from an observational study.  58:556-565. 2018
  • Relations between a laboratory-based sustained attention task and traffic violations in an Iranian sample of drivers.  58:177-183. 2018
  • Effect of electronic device use while driving on cardiovascular reactivity.  54:188-195. 2018
  • Using simulation to assess the ability of youth to safely operate tractors.  48:28-37. 2017
  • Visual behavior differences in drivers across the lifespan: A digital billboard simulator study.  41:19-28. 2016
  • Predicting aberrant driving behaviour: The role of executive function.  34:18-28. 2015
  • Children's pedestrian route selection: Efficacy of a video and internet training protocol.  26:171-179. 2014
  • Indicators of self-rated driving across 3 years among a community-based sample of older adults.  13:307-314. 2010
  • Pedestrian behaviors at and perceptions towards various pedestrian facilities: An examination based on observation and survey data.  6:249-274. 2003
  • International Standard Serial Number (issn)

  • 1369-8478