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Accident analysis and prevention

Journal Volume: 35
Journal Issue: 5
Journal Year: 2003
Articles in SafetyLit: 22

A disaggregate approach to crash rate analysis

Accident involvement among learner drivers--an analysis of the consequences of supervised practice

An investigation of road crossing in a virtual environment

Analysis of traffic accidents at urban intersections in Riyadh

Assessing the driving performance of older adult drivers: on-road versus simulated driving

Assessing the validity of road safety evaluation studies by analysing causal chains

Behavioural characteristics and accidents: findings from the Health Survey for England, 1997

Behavioural observations of adult-child pairs at pedestrian crossings

Changes in collision rates among novice drivers during the first months of driving

Consideration of driver home county prohibition and alcohol-related vehicle crashes

Evidence for an early onset of endogenous alcohol production in bodies recovered from the water: implications for studying alcohol and drowning

Factors associated with the likelihood of injury resulting from collisions between four-wheel drive vehicles and passenger cars

Firearms in US homes as a risk factor for unintentional gunshot fatality

Identifying factors that predict persistent driving after drinking, unsafe driving after drinking, and driving after using cannabis among young adults

Occupant deaths in large truck crashes in the United States: 25 years of experience

Older drivers and road safety: the acceptability of a range of intervention measures

Reducing injuries among Native Americans: five cost-outcome analyses

Restricting intersection visibility to reduce approach speeds

Small female head and neck interaction with a deploying side airbag

Studies of neck injury criteria based on existing biomechanical test data

Traffic sense--which factors influence the skill to predict the development of traffic scenes?

Wireless telephones and the risk of road crashes