"I only looked away for a split second ...": The role of distraction in driver and rider crashes in rural and remote North Queensland.
Edmonston, Colin & Steinhardt, Dale A. (2007) "I only looked away for a split second ...": The role of distraction in driver and rider crashes in rural and remote North Queensland. In 42nd Australian Psychological Society Annual Conference, 25-29 September, Brisbane, Qld, Australia. (Unpublished)
The overall program goal is to reduce the incidence and economic, medical and social costs of road crashes in rural and remote Queensland. Why rural road safety? 21% of the population of Queensland live in rural areas. 39% of serious road crash injuries occur there. Study aims: - Understand behavioural and social factors contributing to crashes - Develop, identify and trial targeted interventions. Study area: - North and west of Bowen excluding urban areas of Townsville and Cairns - 40% of Queensland's land area.
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