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Lisa Wundersitz
Lisa Wundersitz
Centre for Automotive Safety Research, University of Adelaide
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Best practice in road safety mass media campaigns: A literature review
L Wundersitz, T Hutchinson, J Woolley
Social psychology 5, 119-186, 2010
962010
An examination of the environmental, driver and vehicle factors associated with the serious and fatal crashes of older rural drivers
JP Thompson, MRJ Baldock, JL Mathias, LN Wundersitz
Accident Analysis & Prevention 50, 768-775, 2013
642013
Driver distraction and inattention in fatal and injury crashes: Findings from in-depth road crash data
L Wundersitz
Traffic injury prevention 20 (7), 696-701, 2019
482019
The efficacy of road safety education in schools: A review of current approaches
SJ Raftery, LN Wundersitz
Criminology 50 (March), 88-100, 2011
312011
Road safety mass media campaigns: Why are results inconclusive, and what can be done?
TP Hutchinson, LN Wundersitz
International journal of injury control and safety promotion 18 (3), 235-241, 2011
302011
The relative contribution of system failures and extreme behaviour in South Australian crashes
LN Wundersitz, MRJ Baldock
Centre for Automotive Safety Research, University of Adelaide, 2011
282011
What can we learn from recent evaluations of road safety mass media campaigns?
L Wundersitz, TP Hutchinson
Journal of the Australasian College of Road Safety 22 (4), 40-50, 2011
232011
Understanding the context of alcohol impaired driving for fatal crash–involved drivers: a descriptive case analysis
L Wundersitz, S Raftery
Traffic injury prevention 18 (8), 781-787, 2017
202017
Road safety advertising and social marketing
L Wundersitz, TP Hutchinson
Journal of the Australasian College of Road Safety 22 (4), 34-40, 2011
202011
Older drivers in rural and urban areas: Comparisons of crash, serious injury, and fatality rates
J Thompson, M Baldock, J Mathias, L Wundersitz
Australian Transport Council, 2010
192010
Identifying and improving exposure measures
L Wundersitz, P Hutchinson
Centre for Automotive Safety Research, 2008
192008
Phone use while driving: results from an observational survey
LN Wundersitz
Traffic injury prevention 15 (6), 537-541, 2014
182014
Annual performance indicators of enforced driver behaviours in South Australia, 2007
L Wundersitz, K Hiranandani, M Baldock
Centre for Automotive Safety Research, 2009
182009
Young People born in 1984: Extent of involvement with the juvenile justice system
G Skrzypiec, L Wundersitz
Office of Crime Statistics and Research, 2005
182005
An analysis of young drivers involved in crashes using in-depth crash investigation data
LN Wundersitz
Decision making (Total) 62 (61.0), 115, 2012
162012
South Australia's Driver Intervention Program: Participant characteristics, best practice discussion and literature review
LN Wundersitz, P Hutchinson
Centre for Automotive Safety Research, 2006
162006
Severity and type of pedestrian injuries related to vehicle impact locations and results of sub-system impact reconstruction
R Anderson, A McLean, L Streeter, G Ponte, M Sommariva, V Lindsay, ...
IRCOBI, 2002
132002
A comparison of reported driving self-regulation by older adults and GPS-based measurements of their actual driving exposure
JP Thompson, MRJ Baldock, JL Mathias, LN Wundersitz
Road & Transport Research: A Journal of Australian and New Zealand Research …, 2016
122016
The relative contribution of system failures and extreme behaviour in South Australian crashes
L Wundersitz, M Baldock, S Raftery
Accident Analysis & Prevention 73, 163-169, 2014
122014
Characteristics identifying young drivers at a higher risk of crashing.
L Wundersitz
122007
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