Traffic Injury Prevention


Publication Venue For

  • Distracted pedestrian behavior: An observational study of risk by situational environments.  23:346-351. 2022
  • Developmental trajectories of driving attention in adolescents: Preliminary findings from REACT.  22:S163-S165. 2021
  • Evaluating disparities in child occupant protection using a proportion-eliminated approach to mediation.  22:252-255. 2021
  • The effect of prior night sleep on simulated driving performance in medical residents.  22:S159-S160. 2021
  • Automatic collision notification availability and emergency response times following vehicle collision—an analysis of the 2017 crash investigation sampling system.  21:S135-S139. 2020
  • Relations between adolescent sensation seeking and traffic injury: Multiple-mediating effects of road safety attitudes, intentions and behaviors.  20:789-795. 2019
  • School safe driving climate: Theoretical and practical considerations for promoting teen driver safety in school settings.  19:644-650. 2018
  • Comparison of recidivism rates for a teenage trauma prevention program after the addition of high-fidelity patient simulation.  19:225-229. 2018
  • Decomposition analysis of the effects of vehicle safety technologies on the motor vehicle collision–related mortality rate from 1994 to 2015.  19:S169-S172. 2018
  • The effect of poor sleep and occupational demands on driving safety in medical residents.  19:S137-S140. 2018
  • Teaching infant car seat installation via interactive visual presence: An experimental trial.  18:188-192. 2017
  • Characterization of drug and alcohol use among senior drivers fatally injured in U.S. motor vehicle collisions, 2008–2012.  17:788-795. 2016
  • The useful field of view assessment predicts simulated commercial motor vehicle driving safety.  17:763-769. 2016
  • How do children learn to cross the street? The process of pedestrian safety training.  17:573-579. 2016
  • Predicting Motor Vehicle Collisions in a Driving Simulator in Young Adults Using the Useful Field of View Assessment.  16:818-823. 2015
  • Evaluating the Effect of a Mechanical Adjunct to Improve the Installation of Child Restraint Systems to Vehicles.  16:S24-S31. 2015
  • The Impact of Billboards on Driver Visual Behavior: A Systematic Literature Review.  16:234-239. 2015
  • The Prevalence of Distraction Among Passenger Vehicle Drivers: A Roadside Observational Approach.  16:140-146. 2015
  • Prevalence of and Factors Associated with Distraction Among Public Transit Bus Drivers.  15:720-725. 2014
  • A cost-benefit analysis of risk-reduction strategies targeted at older drivers.  7:352-359. 2006
  • Motor vehicle restraint system use and risk of spine injury.  7:256-263. 2006
  • International Standard Serial Number (issn)

  • 1538-9588
  • Electronic International Standard Serial Number (eissn)

  • 1538-957X