Driver Distraction in the UK
Michelle Yong and Dr. Mark Sullman - University of Hertfordshire & Cranfield University, UK.
Time to complete - 10 minutes.
Do you drive and live in the UK? We invite you to take part in a quick on-line survey on Driver Distraction in the UK. The aim of the study is to investigate the prevalence of drivers engaging in distracting activities and their perceived risks of the distractions.
Eloise Manb - Nottingham Trent University, UK.
his study involves completing a 10-15 minute questionnaire which looks at personality factors, stress and other demographic information as predictors of the ‘road rage’ phenomenon, also known as aggressive driving. Takes approx. 15 minutes.
Mr Simon Heslop, Dr Joan Harvey, Dr Neil Thorpe and Dr Corinne Mulley - Newcastle University
A road safety research team from Newcastle University have developed a questionnaire to investigate the issue of driver boredom and its role in road safety. They need as many drivers as possible to take part in the survey.
The Commuting Experience and Psychological Flow
Daniel Phipps - Nottingham Trent University
Investigating the working persons’ daily commute to work and the types of activities people take part in on their commute, focussing on psychological flow