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Lennon, Alexia J., Haworth, Narelle L., Titchener, Kirsteen, Siskind, Victor, McKenzie, Kirsten, FitzGerald, Gerard, et al. (2009) Injury prevention in Queensland : report to Queensland Injury Prevention Council.
Titchener, Kirsteen, White, Melanie J., & Kaye, Sherrie-Anne (2009) In-vehicle driver distractions : characteristics underlying drivers' risk perceptions. In Proceedings of the 2009 Australasian Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference : Smarter, Safer Directions, Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Sydney, New South Wales.
Titchener, Kirsteen & Wong, Ides (2010) Driver distractions: Characteristics underlying drivers' risk perceptions. Journal of Risk Research, 13(6), pp. 771-780.
Lennon, Alexia J., Titchener, Kirsteen, & Haworth, Narelle L. (2010) Current child restraint practice in Queensland, new legislation and future challenges. Road & Transport Research, 19(1), pp. 18-28.
White, Melanie Jade, Cunningham, Lauren, & Titchener, Kirsteen (2011) Young drivers’ optimism bias for accident risk and driving skill : accountability and insight experience manipulations. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 43(4), pp. 1309-1315.
Edworthy, Judy, Hellier, Elizabeth, Titchener, Kirsteen, Naweed, Anjum, & Roels, Richard (2011) Heterogeneity in auditory alarm sets makes them easier to learn. International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics, 41(2), pp. 136-146.
Too, Lay San, Haworth, Narelle L., Lennon, Alexia J., & Titchener, Kirsteen (2011) Community beliefs about intentional injury and responsibility for prevention. Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health.
Titchener, Kirsteen, Haworth, Narelle, & Lennon, Alexia (2011) Knowledge, attitudes and beliefs towards injury prevention : a population based telephone survey. International Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion, 18(3), pp. 227-234.
White, Melanie, Titchener, Kirsteen, & Cunningham, Lauren (2011) Reducing optimism bias in young novice drivers: The potential of accountability or insight experience interventions: Final report to the NRMA-ACT Road Safety Trust and VicRoads. The Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety - Queensland, Queensland University of Technology, Australia.
Thompson, Kirrilly, Hirsch, Lily, Mueller Loose, Simone, Sharma-Brymer, Vinathe, Rainbird, Sophia, Titchener, Kirsteen, et al. (2012) Riding a mile in their shoes : understanding Australian metropolitan rail passenger perceptions and experiences of crowdedness using mixed-methods research. Road and Transport Research, 21(2), pp. 46-59.
Wong, Ides, Mahar, Douglas P., Titchener, Kirsteen, & Freeman, James E. (2013) The impact of anxiety on processing efficiency : implications for the attentional control theory. The Open Behavioral Science Journal, 7(6), pp. 7-15.
Wong, Ides Y., Mahar, Douglas P., & Titchener, Kirsteen (2014) Driven by distraction : investigating the effects of anxiety on driving performance using the Attentional Control Theory. Journal of Risk Research. (In Press)