ARSRPE Conference Paper Database
Choosing not to speed: A qualitative exploration of differences in perceptions about speed limit compliance and related issues.
Hooning offenders and offences: Who and what are we dealing with?
What can riders tell us about motorcycle rider training? A view from the other side of the fence
A profile of designated drivers and the people who use them: A survey of two provincial Queensland cities
Driver perceptions of police speed enforcement: differences between camera-based and non-camera based methods: results from a qualitative study
Motorcycle Rider Training and Perceptions of Skill
Predicting the Acceptance and Rejection of Emotion-based Anti-Speeding Messages: The role of attitudinal beliefs and personal involvement
Sources of data on occupational road safety: an international review
Different approaches to measuring specific deterrence: Some examples from speeding offender management
Driver knowledge about road fatalities in Australia
A roadside survey of unlicensed driving in Queensland
Priorities for developing and evaluating data quality characteristics of road crash data in Australia
Do drivers respond emotionally and behaviourally differently to an intentionally anger provoking driving situation than to an ambiguous but potentially provocative one - results of a self-report survey
How males and females define speeding and how they would feel getting caught for it - some implications for anti speeding message development
Is it time to revisit the problem young driver
Prevalence of unregistered driving and associated driver behaviours in Queensland
Risk taking by motorcyclists - rider training and stages of change
How accurate is the identification of serious traffic injuries by Police? The concordance between Police and hospital reported traffic injuries
Point-to-point speed enforcement: Recommendations for better practice
Safer driving agreements in the Australian context: Can they be effective?
The Australian 400-car Naturalistic Driving Study: Innovation in road safety research and policy
“If they say go faster or something I’ll probably go faster”: Peer influence upon the risky driving behaviour of young novices
“My mother would freak out”: Understanding the influence of parents on the risky behaviour of their young novice drivers