Browsing by Author "Charlton, Samuel G."

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  • Audio on the go: The effect of audio cues on memory in driving

    Dua, Matthew J.; Charlton, Samuel G. (Elsevier BV, 2019)
    An inability to recall details from an otherwise uneventful drive on a familiar route is a common experience to many. Whether this amnesia for everyday driving is because we don't actually form strong memories when we are ...
  • Co-driving: Passenger actions and distractions

    Charlton, Samuel G.; Starkey, Nicola J. (Elsevier, 2020)
    Approximately one third of car trips involve one or more passengers and yet we know little about how the presence of a passenger helps or hinders safety and efficiency. To date, research in this area has focused on the ...
  • Does Familiarity breed inattention? Why drivers crash on the roads they know best

    Charlton, Samuel G.; Starkey, Nicola J. (Australasian College of Road Safety, 2012)
    This paper describes our research into the nature of everyday driving, with a particular emphasis on the processes that govern driver behaviour in familiar, well - practiced situations. The research examined the development ...
  • Does haste make waste? The human factors of overtaking land design

    Charlton, Samuel G.; Alley, Brett D.; Baas, Peter H.; Wigmore, Brenda (New Zealand Ergonomics Society, 2001)
    The aim of this research was to improve overtaking safety and efficiency through improvements in road signage, markings, geometry and speed control associated with the placement and layout of passing lanes. The approach ...
  • Drivers use of in-vehicle information systems and perceptions of their effects on driving

    Starkey, Nicola J.; Charlton, Samuel G. (Frontiers Media SA, 2020)
    In recent years the number of cars on the road with manufacturer installed in-vehicle information systems (IVIS) has increased dramatically, and with smartphones connecting directly to these systems drivers can access a ...

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  • Protected cycle lanes and cyclists’ behaviour and perceptions of safety

    Knight, Alexandra Rose (The University of Waikato, 2021)
    Due to the climate crisis, and many other benefits associated with cycling, governments worldwide have been advised to increase their country’s cycling mode share. However, in many places, including New Zealand, cycling ...
  • Travel and commuting before and after COVID-19

    Thomas, Francene Maree Feraband (The University of Waikato, 2021)
    Major life events such as COVID-19 have the potential to change how people think about their transport choices. The COVID-19 pandemic has posed a threat to health and created an extended period of disruption in people’s ...
  • To drive, or not to drive: Mode choice in daily commute

    Sivasubramaniyam, Rathee Dewi (The University of Waikato, 2021)
    Mode choice for daily commute refers to the process whereby commuters choose a travel mode for their daily trips to work. Despite its ordinary nature, it often involves a series of decisions and consideration of various ...
  • An analysis of perceptual errors in perspective displays

    Luther, Rebecca E. (The University of Waikato, 2004)
    Display dimensionality 1s one of the most debated issues m the design of cockpit-based displays of air traffic information. Many practitioners agree that presenting air traffic information on an integrated 30 display is ...
  • Another piece for the puzzle: Psychophysiological indicators of the absence of empathic responding in Factor I psychopathy

    Isler, Veronika (The University of Waikato, 2003)
    Antisocial behaviour has increasingly been identified as a problem in today's Western societies. One of the crucial issues is the question of identification, prevention and/or treatment. There is much debate among social ...

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