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Conference Paper

Armstrong, Kerry A., Livingstone, Kerrie, Wilson, Adrian, Watson, Barry C., Watson, Angela, & Barraclough, Peter (2012) Prevalence of unregistered driving and associated driver behaviours in Queensland. In Australasian Road Safety Research, Policing & Education Conference 2012, 4-6 October 2012, Wellington, New Zealand.
Number of full-text downloads 146

Watson, Barry C., Armstrong, Kerry A., Watson, Angela, Wilson, Adrian, & Livingstone, Kerrie (2011) A roadside survey of unlicensed driving in Queensland. In Proceedings of Australasian Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference 2011, Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre, Perth, WA.
Number of full-text downloads 139

Armstrong, Kerry A., Obst, Patricia L., Livingstone, Kerrie, & Haworth, Narelle L. (2009) An investigation of differences in crash characteristics between males and females involved in a fatigue-related crash or close call event. In Transportation Research Board Fourth International Conference on Women's Issues in Transportation, Irvine California.
Number of full-text downloads 205

Livingstone, Kerrie, Armstrong, Kerry, Obst, Patricia L., & Smith, Simon S. (2009) Postpartum fatigue and driving : relating experiences, thoughts and opinions 12 weeks post-birth. In The 4th International Conference on Women's Issues in Transportation, Transportation Research Board / National Academy of Sciences, Irvine and Newport Beach, California.
Number of full-text downloads 241

Conference Item

Armstrong, Kerry A., Watson, Barry C., Livingstone, Kerrie, & Watson, Angela (2010) Profiling the offence patterns of disqualified drink drivers in Queensland, Australia. In International Council on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety Conference (T2010), 22 - 26 August 2010, Oslo, Norway.

QUT Thesis

Livingstone, Kerrie Anne (2011) A comparison of the psychological, social, and legal factors contributing to speeding and drink driving behaviour. Masters by Research thesis, Queensland University of Technology.
Number of full-text downloads 445

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