TRAFFIC PSYCHOLOGY




JULY 20 - WEDNESDAY

           8:30              11:30       13:00       14:30           16:00           17:30

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S10        SY TRF 1          SY TRF 2                SY TRF 6                        DM TRF
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Exhibition
Area       PO TRF (SESSION 1)                        PO TRF (SESSION 2)


JULY 21 - THURSDAY


           8:30              11:30       13:00       14:30           16:00           17:30

S10        SY TRF 3          SY TRF 4                SY TRF 5
D-4        TS TRF 1          TS TRF 2                TS TRF 3                        TS TRF 4

Exhibition
Area       PO TRF (SESSION 3)                        PO TRF (SESSION 4)


JULY 22 - FRIDAY
           8:30              11:30       13:00       14:30           16:00           17:30

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TRAFFIC PSYCHOLOGY +----------------------------------+ WEDNESDAY 20 8:30 +----------------------------------+ SY TRF 1 Room: S10 ISSUES IN INTERCULTURAL TRAFFIC PSYCHOLOGY: ATTITUDES TO ROAD SAFETY IN DIFFERENT COUNTRIES OF EUROPE Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Pierre BARJONET; INRETS, LPC, France SY TRF (1) 1 SELF-STATED RISKY BEHAVIORS. SPANISH DRIVERS COMPARED WITH DRIVERS OF OTHER EUROPEAN COUNTRIES Fermina SANCHEZ; ; Dirección General de Tráfico, Spain SY TRF (1) 2 SAFETY ATTITUDES OF CAR DRIVERS IN SWITZERLAND IN COMPARISON WITH THOSE IN NEIGHBOURING COUNTRIES Raphael D. HUGUENIN; ; Swiss Council for Accident Prevention, Switzerland SY TRF (1) 3 DIFFERENT HABITS AND ATTITUDES TOWARDS DRINKING AND DRUNK DRIVING IN EUROPE Rainer CHRIST; ; Kuratorium für Verkehrssicherheit, Austria SY TRF (1) 4 INTERNATIONAL DIFFERENCES IN OPINIONS ABOUT TRAFFIC MEASURES Charles GOLDENBELD; ; Swow Institute for Road Safety Research, The Netherlands POSTER SESSION 1 PO TRF 1 PERCEPTION AND UNDERSTANDING OF PICTOGRAMS IN TRANSPORT AREA Marie-Pierre BRUYAS ; INRETS/LESCO, FRANCE PO TRF 5 EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL ON RESPONSES ELECTION TIME IN DRIVING Rosa M. DIAZ HURTADO & M.D. POLO & C. GRAU & M. RODAMILANS & C. ESCERA & J.M. SERRA & J. SANCHEZ-SASTRE & M. SANCHEZ-TURET; UNIVERSIDAD DE BARCELONA, SPAIN PO TRF 6 PROCEDURE FOLLOWED IN THE ELABORATION OF AN INSTRUMENT FOR EVALUATING ANXIETY WHEN DRIVING Rosa BAÑULS EGEDA & J. SANMARTIN ARCE & A. CANO VINDEL; UNIVERSITY OF VALENCIA, SPAIN PO TRF 7 ANXIETY AND RECKLESSNESS IN DRIVING Rosa BAÑULS EGEDA & M.J. LOPEZ LATORRE & P. TEJERO; UNIVERSITY OF VALENCIA, SPAIN PO TRF 8 SOCIAL-COGNITIVE VARIABLES IN ROAD TRAFFIC: THEORY, ASSESSMENT AND INTERVENTION Antonio M. BARROS ; UNIVERSIDADE DO MINHO, PORTUGAL PO TRF 9 MOTIVATIONAL AND COGNITIVE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN "RISKY" AND "SAFE" YOUNG ROAD USERS Enrique CARBONELL & P. TEJERO & R. BAÑULS; UNIVERSIDAD DE VALENCIA, SPAIN PO TRF 10 A RECONSIDERATION OF THE RELATIONSHI BETWEEN DRIVING EXPERIENCES, ACCIDENT RECORD AND OPTIMISM BIAS. James DALZIEL & R.F.S. JOB; THE UNIVERSITY OF SIDNEY, AUSTRALIA +----------------------------------+ WEDNESDAY 20 11:30 +----------------------------------+ SY TRF 2 Room: S10 DRIVER BEHAVIOR AT INTERSECTION Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Kazumi RENGE; Tezukayama University, Japan SY TRF (2)1 AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY OF DRIVER BEHAVIOR TOWARD CYCLISTS WHEN TURNING LEFT Sinya YOSHIDA; Tohoku Gakuin University, Japan SY TRF (2)2 EFFECT OF THE SIDE-VIEW DISTANCE ON DRIVERS' SEARCHING HEAD MOVEMENTS AT UNCONTROLLED INTERSECTIONS Kazumi RENGE; Tezukayama University, Japan SY TRF (2)3 SEARCHING BEHAVIOR OF OLDER DRIVERS AT INTERSECTIONS: COULD AN IN-CAR NAVIGATION SYSTEM HELP? Ulrich TRAENKLE; & POHLMANN, Stefan; Technical University of Chemnitz, Germany SY TRF (2)4 SAFETY FOR CONFLICT BEHAVIOUR BETWEEN DRIVERS AND PEDESTRIANS AT INTERSECTIONS Soon Chul LEE; Road Traffic Safety Association, Korea Discussant(s): Esko KESKINEN, Finland & Hiro OHTA, Japan +----------------------------------+ WEDNESDAY 20 14:30 +----------------------------------+ PS TRF Room: AU B DETECTION AND PSYCHOLOGICAL TREATMENT OF POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS REACTIONS FOLLOWING MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS Chairperson(s): David J. de L. HORNE; The University of Melbourne, Australia Participants: William YULE, Institute of Psychiatry, UK Edward J. HICKLING, Albany, New York, USA Susan JEAVONS, La Trobe University, Australia SY TRF 6 Room: S10 RISK HOMEOSTASIS THEORY: CURRENT PERSPECTIVES Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Gerald WILDE; Queen's University, Canada SY TRF (6) 1 RISKY HEALTH AND SAFETY HABITS RELATED TO THE PERCEIVED VALUE OF THE FUTURE Thröstur BJORGVINSSON; WILDE, G.J.S. KINGSTON, CANADA SY TRF (6) 2 EXPERIMENTS ON RISK- HOMEOSTASIS Ulrich TRAENKLE; TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITAET, GERMANY SY TRF (6) 3 RISK HOMEOSTASIS THEORY:WHERE IS YOUR FUTURE? Rüdiger M. TRIMPOP; RUHR UNIVERSITY BOCHUM, GERMANY SY TRF (6) 4 DRIVER RESPONSE TO IMPROVED LATERAL VISIBILITY: EVIDENCE OF USABILITY OF "RISK HOMEOSTASIS THEORY" Nicholas J. WARD; HUSAT RESEARCH INSTITUTE, UNITED KINGDOM SY TRF (6) 5 RISK HOMEOSTASIS THEORY IN SIMULATED ENVIRONMENTS Ian GLENDON; HOYES, T.W. ASTON BUSINESS SCHOOL, UK. SY TRF (6) 6 DIFFERENCES IN TARGET RISK AND DRIVING STYLE BETWEEN"SENSATION SEEKERS" AND "SENSATION AVOIDERS" Adriaan HEINO; MOLDEN, H.H.VAN DER . TRC, NETHERLANDS POSTER SESSION 2 PO TRF 11 SOCIAL CONSCIOUSNESS OF THE CONSEQUENCES OF TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS L. FERNANDEZ-DOMENECH & E. CARBONELL VAYA; UNIVERSITY OF VALENCIA, SPAIN PO TRF 12 BLOOD ALCOHOL CONCENTRATION (BAC) IS NOT ALWAYS A GOOD INDICATOR OF THE COGNITIVE IMPAIREMENT Angela HERNANDEZ COLLADOS & Miquel SANCHEZ-TURET; UNIVERSIDAD DE BARCELONA, SPAIN PO TRF 13 CULTURAL DIFFERENCES IN RISK PERCEPTION AMONG DRIVING INSTRUCTORS María Helena HOFFMANN & J. SOLER & E. CARBONELL; UNIVERSIDAD DE VALENCIA, SPAIN PO TRF 14 RISK PERCEPTION AMONG DRIVERS: CULTURAL DIFFERENCES María Helena HOFFMANN & J. SOLER & E. CARBONELL; UNIVERSIDAD DE VALENCIA, SPAIN PO TRF 15 TRAINING OF DRIVING IN THE DARK IN NORDIC COUNTRIES Ari KATILA & Esko KESKINEN & Mika HATAKKA & Sirkku LAAPOTTI; UNIVERSITY OF TURKU, FINLAND PO TRF 16 JAPANESE AND FINNISH YOUNG NOVICE DRIVERS' ESTIMATE SAME RISKS IN TRAFFIC BUT ON DIFFERENT LEVEL Esko KESKINEN & Hanna SAVONTAUS & Mika HATAKKA & Ari KATILA & Sirkku LAAPOTTI (Finland) & Hiro OTA & Nobuyuki FUKAZAWA (Japan); UNIVERSITY OF TURKU, FINLAND PO TRF 26 SUBJECTIVE REACTIONS TO ALCOHOL AMONG YOUNG ADULTS M.D. POLO & R. DIAZ & C. ESCERA & D. MATAIX & C. GRAU; UNIVERSITAT DE BARCELONA, BARCELONA +----------------------------------+ WEDNESDAY 20 16:00 +----------------------------------+ KA TRF 1 Room: S8 ATTITUDE VERSUS SKILLS IN PREDICTING ROAD USER BEHAVIOUR Talib ROTHENGATTER; UNIVERISITY OF GRONINGEN, The Netherlands +----------------------------------+ THURSDAY 21 8:30 +----------------------------------+ SY TRF 3 Room: S10 INFORMATION TECHNIQUE AND BEHAVIOUR Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Wilfried ECHTERHOFF; & Hartmut HÄCKER, Bundesanstalt für Strabenwesen, Germany SY TRF (3) 1 WHAT THE DRIVER DOESN'T SEE P. CAIRNEY; Australian Road Research Board, Australia SY TRF (3) 2 SELF-EXPLAINING ROADS: NEW APPROACHES IN IMPROVING ROAD SAFETY J. THEEUWES; TNO Institute for Human Factors, The Netherlands SY TRF (3) 3 DEVELOPMENT OF ROAD INFORMATION DESIGN IN TERMS OF VISIBILITY AND ESTHETICS K. NOGUCHI; Chiba University, Japan SY TRF (3) 4 MONITORING SPEED INSTRUMENTS UNDER FIELD CONDITIONS A. SPRENGER; Forschungsgemeinschaft Auto-Sicht-Sicherheit, Germany SY TRF (3) 5 DRIVER ASSISTANCE OR AUTOMATED DRIVING B. FÄRBER; & B. FÄRBER& M. POPP; Universität der Bundeswehr, Germany SY TRF (3) 6 DEFINITION AND EVALUATION OF DRIVING AIDS G. MALATERRE; INRETS, France SY TRF (3) 7 EFFECTS OF NEW TECHNOLOGY IN CARS ON DRIVER ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIOR S. FISHER; & I. GOODALL & L. WARK; University of Strathclyde, UK TS TRF 1 Room: D-4 GENERAL APPROACHES AND ACCIDENT RATES TS TRF (1) 1 ACCIDENT PROBABILITY AFTER ACCIDENT OCCURRENCE Ricardo D. BLASCO & Jose M. CORNEJO; UNIVERSIDAD DE BARCELONA, SPAIN. TS TRF (1) 2 STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS Stanisa MILOSEVIC ; UNIVERSITY OF BELGRADE, YUGOSLAVIA TS TRF (1) 3 HOW TO LIE WITH THE CONCEPT OF ACCIDENT RISK Soili KESKINEN & LAAPONTTI, S. & HATAKKA, M. & KATILA, A.; UNIVERSITY OF TURKU, FINLAND TS TRF (1) 4 REINVENTING THE WHEEL: PSYCHOLOGY'S CONTRIBUTION TO ROAD SAFETY Patrick J. KENNY & Dianna KENNY; THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA TS TRF (1) 5 THE PRESENT STATUS OF TRAFFIC SAFETY IN THE WORLD. AN EMPIRICAL APPROACH THROUGH THE PSYCLYT`S DATA BASE Francisco ALONSO PLA & F. TORTOSA GIL & L. MONTORO GONZALEZ; UNIVERSITAT DE VALENCIA, SPAIN TS TRF (1) 6 ACCIDENTS DE LA ROUTE ET CATEGORISATION: DE LA DESCRIPTION A L'INTERPRETATION Pierre VAN ELSLANDE & Danièle DUBOIS; INRETS, FRANCE POSTER SESSION 3 PO TRF 18 DRIVING EXPOSURE: QUANTITY AND QUALITY OF DRIVING Sirkku LAAPOTTI & HATAKKA, M. & KESKINEN, E. & KATILA, A.; UNIVERSITY OF TURKU, FINLAND PO TRF 19 REACTION TIME VARIABILITY AND HASTENING WHILST DRIVING AS FACTORS FOR ACCIDENT-PRONE DRIVERS Katsuya MATSUNAGA ; KYUSHU UNIVERSITY, JAPAN PO TRF 20 REDUCING THE ADVERSE EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL ON COGNITIVE AND PSYCHOMOTOR SKILLS RELATED TO DRIVING Keith MILLAR & Richard H. HAMMERSLEY & Frances FINNIGAN; UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW, SCOTLAND, UK PO TRF 21 AGGRESSIVE RESPONSES TO DRIVING SCHOOL INSTRUCTORS Takako MOCHIZUKI & Y. KAKIMOTO; TOKAI UNIVERSITY, JAPAN PO TRF 22 EVALUATION OF THE IMPACT OF A COMMUNITY-BASED TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS PREVENTION PROGRAM Luis MONTORO & P. TEJERO & C. CIVERA; UNIVERSIDAD DE VALENCIA, SPAIN PO TRF 24 DRIVING BEHAVIOR OF ELDERLY DRIVERS ---WITH PARTICULAR REGARD TO CONSIDERATION OF THE HIGHLY ADVANCED--- Satoru NISHIYAMA & Mieko FUJIKAWA; HIROSHIMA UNIVERSITY, JAPAN PO TRF 25 OLDER DRIVERS' BEHAVIOR AT INTERSCTIONS Hiro OTA & Esko KESKINEN; TOHOKU INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, JAPAN +----------------------------------+ THURSDAY 21 11:30 +----------------------------------+ SY TRF 4 Room: S10 SAFE DRIVING: IMPROVEMENTS WITH TRAINING AND SUPPORT Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Maria J. KUIKEN; University of Groningen, The Netherlands SY TRF (4) 1 BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS AND SAFETY TRAINING R. FULLER; Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland SY TRF (4) 2 REDUCTION IN THE RATE OF DRIVING INSTRUCTION: AN INDEX OF PUPILS LEARNING? J.A. GROEGER; & B.A. CLEGG, University of Leeds, UK SY TRF (4) 3 THE IMPACT OF ADDITIONAL IN-VEHICLE FEEDBACK IN REDUCING SAFETY RELATED DRIVING ERRORS M.J. KUIKEN; University of Groningen, The Netherlands SY TRF (4) 4 DRIVER IMPROVEMENT MEASURES; POSSIBILITIES AND LIMITING FACTORS S. SIEGRIST; Swiss Council for Accident Prevention, Switzerland SY TRF (4) 5 OBSERVATION AND ASSESSMENT OF ROAD USER INTERACTION R. RISSER; FACTUM, Austria SY TRF (4) 6 IS SAFE DRIVING A DIFFICULT RASK? B. BIEHL; Universitat Mannheim, Germany Discussant(s): J.A. ROTHENGATTER, Traffic Research Centre, University of Groningen, The Netherlands & Enrique CARBONELL VAYA, Unidad de Investigacion en Psicologia y Seguridad Vial, Universidad de Valencia, Spain TS TRF 2 Room: D-4 RISK TAKING AND RISK MANAGEMENT TS TRF (2) 1 DRIVER'S RISK MANAGEMENT IN DYNAMIC ENVIRONMENTS. A STUDY OF DRIVER BEHAVIOR IN CAR-FOLLOWING SITUATIONS Farida SAAD ; Laboratoire de Psychologie de la Conduite, FRANCE TS TRF (2) 2 BEHAVIOURAL CUES OR ATTENTIONAL CLUES: WHY DO TRAFFIC SIGNS INFLUENCE BEHAVIOR? John GROEGER & P.R. CHAPMAN; UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS, UNITED KINGDOM TS TRF (2) 3 RISK TAKING ON THE ROAD: THE ROLE OF OPTIMISM BIAS AND RISK UTILITY S.H. Vivian LEE & PRABHAKAR, T. & JOB, R.F.S.; UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA TS TRF (2) 4 THE EFFECT OR THE MAGNITUDE AND PROBABILITY OF LOSS IN THE RISK TAKEN BY DRIVES María GRAS ; UNIVERSITY OF GIRONA, SPAIN TS TRF (2) 5 PSYCHOLOGICAL MEASURES TO SUPPORT THE SPEED LIMIT OF 30 K.P.H. C. HAGEMEISTER & K. WESTHOFF & W. MOEHLER & SPRINGFIELD; DRESDEN TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY, GERMANY TS TRF (2) 6 RISK MANAGEMENT BY ANALYSIS OF ACCIDENT DATA Peter F. LOURENS ; UNIVERSITY OF GRONINGEN, THE NETHERLANDS +----------------------------------+ THURSDAY 21 14:30 +----------------------------------+ SY TRF 5 Room: S10 SOCIAL AND INDIVIDUAL FACTORS INFLUENCING ROAD USER BEHAVIOR Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): F.P. McKENNA; University of Reading, UK SY TRF (5) 1 OBSERVED VEHICLE SPEED AND DRIVERS' PERCEIVED SPEED OF OTHERS L. ABERG; & L. LARSEN; Storrefersignkekeinfurschiung, Denmark SY TRF (5) 2 WHAT CAUSES RISKY DRIVING? THE ROLE OF PERSONALITY AND ATTITUDES R. WEST; St. George Hospital Medical School, UK SY TRF (5) 3 DEVELOPING A HAZARD PERCEPTION TEST F.P. McKENNA; & J. CRICK; University of Reading, UK SY TRF (5) 4 PSYCHOLOGICAL MARKERS OF RISK RELATED TO AGE: THE YOUNG DRIVER E.J. CARBONELL VAYA; Universidad de Valencia, Spain SY TRF (5) 5 FEELINGS OF MENTAL OVERLOAD RELATIVE TO DIFFERENT TRAFFIC SITUATIONS IN OLD AND MIDDLE AGED DRIVERS L. HAKAMIES-BLOMQVIST; University of Helsinki, Finland SY TRF (5) 6 HOW TO ASSESS THE EFFICIENCY OF SAFETY CAMPAIGNS? P. BARJONET; INRETS, France SY TRF (5) 7 CRITERIA FOR GOOD QUALITY TRAFFIC R. RISSER; Factum, Austria SY TRF (5) 8 PROBLEM AWARENESS, WILLINGNESS TO CHANGE, AND POLICY EVALUATION: A NATIONAL STUDY AMONG DUTCH CAR USERS L. STEG; & C. VLEK & T. ROOIJERS, University of Groningen, The Netherlands TS TRF 3 Room: D-4 LEARNING AND PERFORMANCE IN TRAFFIC PSYCHOLOGY TS TRF (3) 1 ESTIMATION OF SPEED ON ACTUAL DRIVING SITUATION: UNDERSTIMATION AND RESPONSE EXPANSION Julio LILLO & M.A. RECARTE & L.M. NUNES; U.C.M.UNIVERSIDAD COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID, SPAIN TS TRF (3) 2 VISUAL EXPERTISE AS A PART OF AUTOMOBILE DRIVING EXPERIENCE Catherine BERTHELON & Daniel MESTRE & Rémi TARAMINO; INRETS, FRANCE TS TRF (3) 3 DRIVER STRESS STATES, COGNITIVE INTERFERENCE AND DRIVER PERFORMANCE Gerald MATTHEWS ; UNIVERSITY OF DUNDEE, U.K. TS TRF (3) 4 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PRACTICE CONDITIONS AND DRIVING PERFORMANCE. A SIMULATOR STUDY OF DUAL-TSK PERFORMANCE Lisbeth HARMS ; SWEDISH ROAD AND TRANSPORT INSTITUTE (VTI), SWEDEN TS TRF (3) 5 EVALUATION AND VALIDATION OF COMPUTER DRIVING SIMULATORS Jaime SANMARTIN ARCE & S. BAYARRI & P. VALERO & M. FERNANDEZ MARTIN & J.G. MOLINA IBAÑEZ, UNIVERSITAT DE VALENCIA, SPAIN TS TRF (3) 6 PERFORMANCE CURVE IN LEARNING THROWING AND KICKING TASKS WITH DIFFERENT CONTEXTUAL INTERFERENCE PRACTICE SCHEDULES Efthimis KIOUMOURTZOGLOU & E. POLLATOU & M. MICHALOPOULO & G. TZETZIS & G. THEODORAKIS; DEMOCRITUS UNIVERSITY OF THRACE/PHYSICAL EDUCATION, GREECE POSTER SESSION 4 PO TRF 17 FACTORS OF ADADPTATION TO SHIF-WORK AND TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS Peter KOVES & J. RIED & G. PINTER; MILITAR HOSPITAL OF BUDA, HUNGARY PO TRF 27 EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF ROADWAY INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION BY WAY OF HOM-HONKING Kazumi RENGE ; TEZUKAYAMA UNIVERSITY, JAPAN PO TRF 28 SLOVENE DRIVERS AND THEIR ATTITUDES TOWARD THE HITCH-HICKING: SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PERSONAL ASPECTS Velko S. RUS & Miran MURKO & Darko STEVANCEC; FACULTY OF PHILOSOPHY, R. OF SLOVENIA PO TRF 29 JAPANESE AND FINNISH YOUNG NOVICE DRIVERS' ESTIMATE SAME RISKS IN TRAFFIC BUT ON DIFFERENT LEVEL Hanna SAVONTAUS & Esko KESKINEN & Hatakka MIKA & Katila ARI & Laapotti SIRKKU; UNIVERSITY OF TURKU, FINLAND PO TRF 30 EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDY ON EVALUATION OF RIDING COMFORT OF THE TRAIN Hiroaki SUZUKI ; Japanese Railway Technical Research Institute, JAPAN PO TRF 31 COMPARISON OF DRIVER BEHAVIOR AT INTERSECTIONS BETWEEN SEAT BELT USERS AND NON-USERS Shinya YOSHIDA ; TOHOKU GAKUIN UNIVERSITY, JAPAN PO TRF 32 DEVELOPMENT OF ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIORS REGARDING TRAFFIC SAFETY Bojan ZLENDER & N. ARNERIC & B. KRAIGHER & M. MIS & M. POLIC; SLOVENE ROAD SAFETY COUNCIL, SLOVENIA +----------------------------------+ THURSDAY 21 17:30 +----------------------------------+ TS TRF 4 Room: D-4 EVALUATING AND PREDICTING DRIVING BEHAVIOR TS TRF (4) 1 ANXIETY AND TRAFFIC SAFETY Rosa BAÑULS EGEA & E. CARBONELL VAYA & J.J. MIGUEL TOBAL; UNIVERSITY OF VALENCIA, SPAIN TS TRF (4) 2 PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT AND SELF-CONCEPT OF CONVICTED DRIVERS UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL Manfred BAUER & Renate BAAB; UNIVERSITY OF REGENSBURG, GERMANY TS TRF (4) 3 TELL ME ABOUT YOUR CAR - I'LL TELL YOU ABOUT YOUR DRIVING HABITS! Mika HATAKKA & Esko KESKINEN & Ari KATILA & Sirkku LAAPOTTI; UNIVERSIDAD OF TURKU, FINLAND TS TRF (4) 4 OPTIMISM BIAS: ITS ROLE IN DRIVING BEHAVIOR AND INCOMPATIBILITY WITH ILLUSION OF CONTROL S.H. Vivian LEE & JOB, R.F.S.; UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA TS TRF (4) 5 DRIVING STYLE AND PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS Guy LABIALE ; INRETS-LESCO, FRANCE TS TRF (4) 6 RANDOM BREATH TESTING AND TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS IN NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA Harold STANISLAW ; UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA +----------------------------------+ FRIDAY 22 17:30 +----------------------------------+ TS TRF 5 Room: D-4 PSYCHOSOCIAL APPROACH IN TRAFFIC PSYCHOLOGY TS TRF (5) 1 ACCIDENT RATE AND ROAD ACTIVITY IN MOPED USERS BETWEEN 14 AND 20 YEARS OF AGE Alberto VALENTIN & Jose Diego GARCIA; DIRECCION GENERAL DE TRAFICO, SPAIN TS TRF (5) 2 ROAD BEHAVIOUR AND ACCIDENT RATE IN BICYCLE USERS José Diego GARCIA & A. VALENTIN; DIRECCION GENERAL DE TRAFICO, SPAIN TS TRF (5) 3 APPLYING THE THEORY OF PLANNED BEHAVIOUR TO EXPLAIN DRINKING-DRIVING BEHAVIOUR Pilar TEJERO & E. CARBONELL & L. MONTORO; UNIVERSITY OF VALENCIA, SPAIN TS TRF (5) 4 TRAINABILITY TEST FOR PROFESSIONAL DRIVERS IN THIRD WORLD COUNTRIES Cas STEENKAMP ; HSRC, SOUTH AFRICA

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