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About two in three people have experienced carsickness at some point in their life (Reason & Brand, 1975). Little is known about current numbers of sufferers, cultural differences, or which modulating factors are being perceived as most relevant. Therefore, given a global increase of interest in carsickness driven by the development of automated vehicles, this survey intended to assess the status quo of carsickness in different parts of the world. We conducted an online survey with N = 4,479 par...
An over-proportionally large number of car crashes is caused by novice drivers. In a field experiment, we investigated whether and how car drivers who had recently obtained their driving license reacted to app-based feedback on their safety-relevant driving behavior (speeding, phone usage, cornering, acceleration and braking). Participants went through a pre-measurement phase during which they did not receive app-based feedback but driving behavior was recorded, a treatment phase during which th...
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#1Shirley S. Ho (NTU: Nanyang Technological University)H-Index: 18
#2Vetra Jing Xuan Leow (NTU: Nanyang Technological University)
Last. Yan Wah Leung (NTU: Nanyang Technological University)H-Index: 1
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Abstract This study employs the cognitive miser model and science literacy model as theoretical frameworks to investigate motivations behind public willingness to use driverless cars in Singapore. Findings from a large-scale survey of 1,006 adult Singaporeans indicate that public willingness to use driverless cars was strongly related to value predispositions, especially affect. Aside from having a direct relationship with willingness to use driverless cars, this study found that affect also had...
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#1Eike Schmidt (Ford Motor Company)
#2Ouren X. Kuiper (VU: VU University Amsterdam)H-Index: 1
Last. Jelte E. Bos (VU: VU University Amsterdam)H-Index: 23
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Abstract About two in three people have experienced carsickness at some point in their life ( Reason & Brand, 1975 ). Little is known about current numbers of sufferers, cultural differences, or which modulating factors are being perceived as most relevant. Therefore, given a global increase of interest in carsickness driven by the development of automated vehicles, this survey intended to assess the status quo of carsickness in different parts of the world. We conducted an online survey with N ...
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#1Mario A. Trógolo (CONICET: National Scientific and Technical Research Council)
Last. Sergio Alexis Dominguez-Lara (Universidad de San Martín de Porres)H-Index: 6
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Abstract The Multidimensional Driving Style Inventory (MDSI) is the most comprehensive measure of typical driving behavior to date and has been frequently used to compare driving styles across different groups of drivers, particularly between gender- and age-related groups. However, the factor structure of MDSI has not been clearly established and its measurement invariance has not been demonstrated. The goal of the present study was to examine the internal structure and measurement invariance o...
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Abstract Considering that deaths and injuries due to run overs near pedestrian bridges (PB) are preventable events, this research aims to analyze the factors related to the use of pedestrian bridges in students of a public university of Honduras. This was made through a quantitative methodology; 330 questionnaires were applied to a sample of university students. Results suggest that 17.27% of the respondents don’t use the bridge. Most respondents (62.42%) believe it’s faster to cross the street ...
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#1John G. Gaspar (UI: University of Iowa)H-Index: 9
#2Timothy L. Brown (UI: University of Iowa)H-Index: 17
Abstract Lane departure warnings (LDW) have the potential to mitigate a significant number of lane departure crashes. Such safety benefits have yet been realized, in part due to drivers deactivating LDW systems. Perceived false alarms—where drivers receive a warning but feel the warning was unnecessary or incorrect—could lead to system disuse. In part, this could be a failure of LDW systems to account for the state of the driver. The current study investigated whether LDWs were more effective fo...
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#1Lyndel Bates (Griffith University)H-Index: 12
#2Levi Anderson (Griffith University)
Last. Étienne Blais (UdeM: Université de Montréal)H-Index: 6
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Abstract Deterrence theory is the predominant theory used to underpin road policing initiatives. However, survey research indicates that this approach may not be as effective for young drivers. This study uses focus groups, conducted in both metropolitan and regional locations in two Australian states (Queensland and Victoria), to explore three components of classical deterrence theory: certainty, severity & swiftness. The results suggest that geographical context affected perceptions of certain...
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