Accident Analysis and Prevention

Journal

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  • Adolescent driving behavior before and during restrictions related to COVID-19.  144. 2020
  • Demographic, driving experience, and psychosocial predictors of adolescent distracted driving beliefs.  144. 2020
  • Unsafe riding behaviors of shared-bicycle riders in urban China: A retrospective survey.  131:1-7. 2019
  • Comparing road safety performance across countries: Do data source and type of mortality indicator matter?.  121:129-133. 2018
  • Trends in injury morbidity in China, 1993–2013: A longitudinal analysis of population-based survey data.  113:179-186. 2018
  • Aggression, emotional self-regulation, attentional bias, and cognitive inhibition predict risky driving behavior.  109:78-88. 2017
  • Availability and consistency of health and non-health data for road traffic fatality: Analysis of data from 195 countries, 1985–2013.  108:220-226. 2017
  • Adolescent and adult drivers’ mobile phone use while driving with different interlocutors.  104:18-23. 2017
  • Experiential exposure to texting and walking in virtual reality: A randomized trial to reduce distracted pedestrian behavior.  102:116-122. 2017
  • Self-reported vs state-recorded motor vehicle collisions among older community dwelling individuals.  101:22-27. 2017
  • Mechanisms behind distracted driving behavior: The role of age and executive function in the engagement of distracted driving.  98:123-129. 2017
  • Racing with friends: Resistance to peer influence, gist and specific risk beliefs.  96:180-184. 2016
  • Differential impact of personality traits on distracted driving behaviors in teens and older adults.  92:107-112. 2016
  • The role of Body Mass Index in child pedestrian injury risk.  90:29-35. 2016
  • Driving with pets and motor vehicle collision involvement among older drivers: A prospective population-based study.  88:169-174. 2016
  • Community-based pedestrian safety training in virtual reality: A pragmatic trial.  86:9-15. 2016
  • Relations between temperamental fear and risky pedestrian behavior.  80:178-184. 2015
  • Antecedents and consequences of pediatric dog-bite injuries and their developmental trends: 101 cases in rural China.  63:22-29. 2014
  • Driving errors of learner teens: Frequency, nature and their association with practice.  72:433-439. 2014
  • It takes two: A brief report examining mutual support between parents and teens learning to drive.  69:23-29. 2014
  • Emerging issues in safe and sustainable mobility for older persons.  61:138-140. 2013
  • Keeping baby safe: A randomized trial of a parent training program for infant and toddler motor vehicle injury prevention.  60:35-41. 2013
  • Aortic injuries in newer vehicles.  59:253-259. 2013
  • Dog safety in rural China: Children's sources of safety information and effect on knowledge, attitudes, and practices.  59:164-169. 2013
  • Driving with pets as a risk factor for motor vehicle collisions among older drivers.  58:70-74. 2013
  • Impact of distracted driving on safety and traffic flow.  61:63-70. 2013
  • Reducing older driver motor vehicle collisions via earlier cataract surgery.  61:203-211. 2013
  • Are parents just treading water? the impact of participation in swim lessons on parents' judgments of children's drowning risk, swimming ability, and supervision needs.  50:1169-1175. 2013
  • Effects of mobile Internet use on college student pedestrian injury risk.  51:78-83. 2013
  • Examining parents' behaviors and supervision of their children in the presence of an unfamiliar dog: Does the Blue Dog intervention improve parent practices?.  54:108-113. 2013
  • Interventions to maintain mobility: What works?.  61:167-196. 2013
  • The association between knee airbag deployment and knee-thigh-hip fracture injury risk in motor vehicle collisions: A matched cohort study.  50:964-967. 2013
  • Self-rated driving and driving safety in older adults.  48:523-527. 2012
  • Marital conflict and fifth-graders' risk for injury.  47:30-35. 2012
  • Distraction and pedestrian safety: How talking on the phone, texting, and listening to music impact crossing the street.  45:266-271. 2012
  • Older drivers' attitudes about instrument cluster designs in vehicles.  43:2024-2029. 2011
  • Prevalence of teen driver errors leading to serious motor vehicle crashes.  43:1285-1290. 2011
  • The association of activity level, parent mental distress, and parental involvement and monitoring with unintentional injury risk in fifth graders.  43:848-852. 2011
  • Adolescent drivers' perceptions of the advantages and disadvantages of abstention from in-vehicle cell phone use.  42:1570-1576. 2010
  • Recognition of home injury risks by novice parents of toddlers.  41:1070-1074. 2009
  • The association between price of regular-grade gasoline and injury and mortality rates among occupants involved in motorcycle- and automobile-related motor vehicle collisions.  41:1075-1079. 2009
  • Attentional control, high intensity pleasure, and risky pedestrian behavior in college students.  41:658-661. 2009
  • The influence of carrying a backpack on college student pedestrian safety.  41:352-356. 2009
  • Predictors of injury among younger and older adults in fatal motor vehicle crashes.  40:1804-1810. 2008
  • Injury risks between first- and second-generation airbags in frontal motor vehicle collisions.  40:1371-1374. 2008
  • Validation of virtual reality as a tool to understand and prevent child pedestrian injury.  40:1394-1400. 2008
  • The incidence of shopping cart-related injuries in the United States, 2002-2006.  40:1253-1256. 2008
  • Systemwide implications of the repeal of the national maximum speed limit.  39:180-189. 2007
  • Individual difference factors in risky driving: The roles of anger/hostility, conscientiousness, and sensation-seeking.  38:801-810. 2006
  • Predictors of driving exposure and avoidance in a field study of older drivers from the state of Maryland.  38:823-831. 2006
  • Individual difference factors in risky driving : The roles of anger/hostility, conscientiousness, and sensation-seeking.  38:801-810. 2006
  • The strength of graduated drivers license programs and fatalities among teen drivers and passengers.  38:135-141. 2006
  • The efficacy of an educational intervention in promoting self-regulation among high-risk older drivers.  35:393-400. 2003
  • Factors related to driving difficulty and habits in older drivers.  33:413-421. 2001
  • Visual risk factors for driving difficulty among older drivers.  32:735-744. 2000
  • Characteristics of traffic crashes among young, middle-aged, and older drivers..  31:181-198. 1999
  • Driving avoidance and functional impairment in older drivers.  30:313-322. 1998
  • Identifying crash involvement among older drivers: Agreement between self-report and state records.  30:781-791. 1998
  • Epidemiology of motor vehicle crash-related serious eye injuries.  26:385-390. 1994
  • International Standard Serial Number (issn)

  • 0001-4575
  • Electronic International Standard Serial Number (eissn)

  • 1879-2057