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Journal Article

Wood, Joanne M., Tyrrell, Richard A., Chaparro, Alex, Marszalek, Ralph P., Carberry, Trent P., & Chu, Byoung Sun (2012) Even moderate visual impairments degrade drivers’ ability to see pedestrians at night. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science.
Number of full-text downloads 194
Number of citations in Scopus 28
Number of citations in Web of Science® 25

Wood, Joanne M., Tyrrell, Richard A., Marszalek, Ralph P., Lacherez, Philippe F., Carberry, Trent P., & Chu, Byoung Sun (2012) Using reflective clothing to enhance the conspicuity of bicyclists at night. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 45(March), pp. 726-730.
Number of full-text downloads 1,345
Number of citations in Scopus 17
Number of citations in Web of Science® 15

Chu, Byoung S., Wood, Joanne M., & Collins, Michael J. (2010) The effect of presbyiopic vision corrections on nighttime driving performance. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 51(9), pp. 4861-4866.
Number of full-text downloads 119
Number of citations in Scopus 12
Number of citations in Web of Science® 11

Wood, Joanne M., Tyrrell, Richard A., Marszalek, Ralph P., Lacherez, Philippe F., Carberry, Trent P., Chu, Byoung Sun, et al. (2010) Cyclist visibility at night : perceptions of visibility do not necessarily match reality. Journal of the Australasian College of Road Safety, 21(3), pp. 56-60.
Number of full-text downloads 2,031

Wood, Joanne M., Chaparro, Alex, Carberry, Trent P., & Chu, Byoung Sun (2010) Effect of simulated visual impairment on nighttime driving performance. Optometry & Vision Science, 87(6), pp. 379-386.
Number of full-text downloads 204
Number of citations in Scopus 12
Number of citations in Web of Science® 10

Chu, Byoung-Sun, Wood, Joanne M., & Collins, Michael J. (2009) Effect of presbyopic vision corrections on perceptions of driving difficulty. Eye and Contact Lens : Science & Clinical Practice, 35(3), pp. 133-143.
Number of full-text downloads 452
Number of citations in Scopus 13
Number of citations in Web of Science® 12

Chu, Byoung Sun, Wood, Joanne M., & Collins, Michael J. (2009) Influence of presbyopic corrections on driving-related eye and head movements. Optometry and Vision Science, 86(11), pp. 1267-1275.
Number of full-text downloads 298
Number of citations in Scopus 6
Number of citations in Web of Science® 5

Tyrrell, Richard A., Wood, Joanne M., Chaparro, Alex, Carberry, Trent P., Chu, Byoung-Sun, & Marszalek, Ralph P. (2009) Seeing pedestrians at night : visual clutter does not mask biological motion. Accidents Analysis and Prevention, 41(3), pp. 506-512.
Number of full-text downloads 822
Number of citations in Scopus 32
Number of citations in Web of Science® 30

Conference Paper

Wood, Joanne M., Tyrrell, Richard A., Chaparro, Alex, Marszalek, Ralph P., Carberry, Trent P., & Chu, Byoung Sun (2010) Modest visual impairments and headlamp glare reduce pedestrian visability at night. In Transportation Research Board 89th Annual Meeting 2010 (CD-ROM), Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, USA .

Chu, Byoung Sun, Wood, Joanne M., & Collins, Michael J. (2009) Influence of presbyopic corrections on driving-related eye and head movements. In Proceedings of the 12 Biennial Scientific and Educators' Meeting in Optometry, Optometrists Association Australia, University of Auckland, Auckland.

Chu, Byoung Sun, Wood, Joanne M., & Collins, Michael J. (2009) Driving-related eye and head movements are changed by the type of presbyopic correction. In Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science (IOVS), Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Broward County Convention Center, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Number of citations in Web of Science® 5

QUT Thesis

Chu, Byoung Sun (2010) The impact of presbyopic spectacles and contact lenses on driving performance. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.
Number of full-text downloads 2,500

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