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  • Driving on familiar roads: Automaticity and inattention blindness

    Charlton, Samuel G.; Starkey, Nicola J. (Elsevier, 2013)
    This paper describes our research into the processes that govern driver attention and behavior in familiar, well-practiced situations. The experiment examined the effects of extended practice on inattention blindness and ...
  • Driving while conversing: Cell phones that distract and passengers who react

    Charlton, Samuel G. (Elsevier, 2009)
    The research systematically compared the driving performance and conversational patterns of drivers speaking with in-car passengers, hands-free cell phones, and remote passengers who could see the driver's current driving ...
  • Driving with Attention-Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder: Influences of Demand and Arousal in Real Traffic

    Randell, Nastassia Jane Saviah (University of Waikato, 2015)
    Previous research has indicated a critical role of task demand in determining driving outcomes amongst individuals with attention-deficit/ hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). These findings are derived predominantly from ...
  • Driving without awareness: The effects of practice and automaticity on attention and driving

    Charlton, Samuel G.; Starkey, Nicola J. (2011)
    This research examined the development of proceduralised “driving without awareness” in a driving simulator by paying participants to drive a simulated road regularly over 12 weeks of testing. This longitudinal research ...
  • DrownBaseTM – Identifying at risk factors: Strategies and issues around Māori practices and activities towards water safety

    Karapu, Rolinda; Haimona, Mark; Takurua, Nātana (Maori and Psychology Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2008)
    Aotearoa has some of the most extensive and beautiful waterways in the world. The seas, rivers, beaches, and lakes provide endless opportunities for Māori to enjoy water activities, such as gathering kai, swimming, hoe ...
  • Drug delivery by electroporation: Review

    Talele, Sadhana (Springer-Verlag, 2013)
    Drug delivery is the method or process of administering a pharmaceutical compound to achieve a therapeutic effect in humans or animals. Most common routes of administration include the preferred non-invasive peroral (through ...
  • Drug Rehabilitation and Practice Dilemmas in the Maldives

    Ageel, Ihsana (The University of Waikato, 2006)
    Abstract Substance misuse is a global phenomenon. However, little is known about substance misuse issues in Islamic nations or about the provision of preventative and rehabilitative services in such nations. This thesis ...
  • Drugs and driving in New Zealand: An approach to THC culpability

    Troncoso Vergara, Carolina (The University of Waikato, 2006)
    For years statistical analysis has been applied to different areas of the natural and applied sciences to determine the degree of confidence that can be placed in research results. This work is a good example of how ...
  • Drying characteristics of New Zealand Chestnuts

    Biju Cletus, Anila (The University of Waikato, 2007)
    Chestnut is a relatively new nut crop to New Zealand and they do grow well in New Zealand conditions. Research to date in New Zealand indicated that New Zealand chestnuts present some unique features compared to chestnuts ...
  • Drying curves and apparent diffusivity of New Zealand chestnut variety ‘1015’

    Biju Cletus, Anila; Carson, James K. (Elsevier, 2008)
    New Zealand chestnuts grow relatively large by comparison with Asian or American varieties and have the potential to be a lucrative crop. However they are susceptible to fungal rots and need to be dried at relatively low ...
  • Drymatter content and fruit size affect flavour and texture of novel Actinidia deliciosa genotypes

    Nardozza, Simona; Gamble, Joanna; Axten, Lauren G.; Wohlers, Mark W.; Clearwater, Michael J.; Feng, Jinquan; Harker, F. Roger (John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2010)
    BACKGROUND: Previous studies with commercial kiwifruit cultivars have demonstrated that the taste of fruit with higher dry matter content (DM) is more liked by consumers. A unique replicated trial of kiwifruit genotypes ...
  • Dual cultural identity and tangihanga: Conflict, resolution and unexpected outcomes

    Edge, Kiri; Nikora, Linda Waimarie (Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, 2010)
    New Zealand has a significant number of dual-cultural whānau (families) which incorporate the identities of both Pākehā (New Zealander of European descent) and Māori (indigenous peoples of New Zealand). Little attention ...
  • Dune restoration as a mitigation strategy for the management of coastal hazards

    de Lange, Willem P.; Jenks, Greg (2007-07-04)
    This is a slideshow presented at the conference Conserv-Vision: the next 50 years, held at Hamilton, New Zealand, 2007.
  • Dust from Australia- A reappraisal

    Healy, T.R. (Waikato Geological Society, The University of Waikato, 1970)
    This paper reviews the meteorological events of October 1928 associated with severe duststorms in Australia and subsequent transport of dust to New Zealand. In the light of contemporary knowledge of the jet streams, and ...
  • Dust under the whāriki: Embracing the messiness of curriculum

    White, Elizabeth Jayne (NZCER Press, 2011)
    This article examines the early childhood curriculum in action by looking at two oppositional forces that are at play: authoritative discourse (which is perceived as uncontestable) and internally persuasive discourse (which ...
  • Dusty horizons

    Lowe, David J.; Tonkin, Philip J.; Palmer, Alan S.; Palmer, Jonathan G. (Geological Society of New Zealand in association with GNS Science, 2008)
    Dust whipped up and deposited by wind forms sheets of loess, which drape over the land. These loess deposits and the soils formed within them yield insights into past climatic and environmental change.
  • Dusty horizons

    Lowe, David J.; Tonkin, Philip J.; Palmer, Jonathan G.; Lanigan, Kerri Miriam; Palmer, Alan S. (Geoscience Society of New Zealand with GNS Science, 2015)
    Dust whipped up and deposited by wind forms sheets of loess, which drape over the land. These loess deposits and the soils formed within them yield insights into past climatic and environmental change.
  • DVD Review: Move it

    Cheesman, Sue (2007)
    DVD review of Move it (Dance class choreographed and taught by Anita Hutchins).
  • Dying to research: An autoethnographic exploration of researching Māori and whānau experiences of end-of-life care

    Moeke-Maxwell, Tess; Nikora, Linda Waimarie; Te Awekotuku, Ngahuia (Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, 2010)
    The authors critically reflect on the autoethnographic process involved in navigating a smooth pathway towards investigating dying, death and bereavement for Māori whānau (families) in a way that supports and gives voice ...
  • The dynamic adjustment of factor inputs and its policy implications for major wheat producing areas in China

    Chen, Shuzhang; Oxley, Les; Xu, Zheng; Wang, Yanqing; Ma, Hengyun (Elsevier, 2013)
    China's major wheat producing areas play a crucial role in ensuring domestic grain production and food security more generally and it is therefore of significance, both empirically and theoretically, to investigate the ...