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The purpose of this research is to investigate the very early stages of visual processing by measuring the brain's electrical activity using EEG. Further, this study will assess driving performance of older adults via the CARRS-Q advanced driving simulator.
The purpose of this project is to explore young drivers’ knowledge of, and compliance with the Graduated driver licensing (GDL) rules and other on-road rule compliance (i.e., speeding behaviour and mobile phone use).
The purpose of this study is to obtain information regarding participants' behaviour in relation to technology interventions that have been designed and prototyped as a part of this project to persuade drivers to adopt a fuel efficient and safe driving style.
The purpose of this project is to discuss parents' perceptions, beliefs and attitudes on the use of quad bikes for children under the age of 16 years.
The purpose of this project is to explore parental experiences of the provisional phase (P plate) and what they do to encourage their young P plate drivers to comply with the restrictions under the graduated driver licensing system in Queensland and the ACT.
The purpose of this project is to gather the views, thoughts, perceptions, and opinions you have about your experience as a driver education and training participant and the use of driving simulators as training tools.
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