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Crundall, D., Crundall, E., Burnett, G., Shalloe, S., and Sharples, S. (in press). The impact of map orientation and generalisation on congestion decisions: A comparison of schematic-egocentric and topographic-allocentric maps. Ergonomics.

Crundall, D., Crundall, E., Clarke, D., and Shahar, A. (in press). Why do car drivers violate the right-of-way of motorcycles at t-junctions? Accident Analysis and Prevention.

Konstantopoulos, P., Chapman, P., & Crundall, D. (in press). Driver’s introspection on eye movements. Exploring the ability to identify differences in driving experience by observing short videos with eye movements. Transportation Research Part F

Shahar, A.. van Loon, E., Clarke, D., and Crundall, D. (in press). Attending Overtaking Cars and Motorcycles Through the Mirrors before Changing Lanes. Accident Analysis and Prevention.

Stedmon, A. W., Crundall, D., Crundall, E., Irune, A., Saikayasit, R., van Loon, E., Ward, P., and Greig, N., (in press). Developing a collective test battery to investigate rider behavior: an integrated experiment approach. Advances in Transportation Studies.

Crundall , D. and Underwood, G. (2011). Visual attention while driving: Measures of eye movements used in driving research. In: PORTER, B. E., ed. Handbook of Traffic Psychology. Elsevier, pp. 137-148.

Shahar, A., Clarke, D., and Crundall, D. (2011). Applying the motorcyclist’s perspective to improve car drivers’ attitudes towards motorcyclists. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 43, 5, 1743-1750. Underwood, G, Crundall , D. and Chapman, P. (2011). Driving simulator validation with hazard perception. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 14.

Clarke, D. D., Ward, P. J., Bartle, C. and Truman, W. A. (2010) Older drivers' road traffic crashes in the UK. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 42, 1018-1024. ISSN 0001-4575.

Clarke, D. D., Ward, P. J., Bartle, C. and Truman, W. (2010) Killer Crashes: Fatal Road Traffic Accidents in the UK. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 42(2), 764-770. ISSN 0001-4575.

Crundall, D. Andrews, B., van Loon, E., & Chapman, P. (2010). Commentary training improves responsiveness to hazards in a driving simulator. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 42, 2117-2124.

Bener, A., Crundall, D., Ozkan, T, & Lajunen, T. (2010). Mobile phone use while driving: A major public health problem in an Arabian society. Journal of Public Health, 18, 123-129.

Konstantopoulos, P., Crundall, D., & Chapman, P. (2010). Driver's visual attention as a function of driving experience and visibility. Using a driving simulator to explore visual search in day, night and rain driving. Accident Analysis and Prevention, Special Issue, 42, 827-834

Shahar, A., Poulter, D., Clarke, D., & Crundall, D. (2010). Motorcyclists' and car drivers' responses to hazards. Transportation Research Part F, 13, 243-254.

Shahar, A., Alberti,C., Clarke, D., & Crundall, D. (2010). Hazard perception as a function of target locations and the field of view. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 42, 1577-1584.

Sheppard, E., Ropar, D., Underwood, G. and Van Loon, E. (2010). Brief Report: Driving Hazard Perception in Autism. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 40, 504-508.

Van Loon, E., Khashawi, F. & Underwood, G. (2010). Visual strategies used for time-to-arrival judgments in driving. Perception, 39, 1216-1229.

Crundall, D. (2009). The Deceleration Detection Flicker Test: A measure of experience? Ergonomics, 52, 6, 674 - 684.

Clarke, D. D., Ward, P. J., Bartle, C. and Truman, W. A. (2009) Work-related road traffic collisions in the UK. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 41, 354-351. ISSN 0001-4575.

Galpin, A., Underwood, G., & Crundall, D. (2009). Change blindness in driving scenes. Transportation Research Part F, 12, 179-185.

Jackson, A. L., Chapman, P., & Crundall, D. (2009). What happens next? Predicting other road users' behaviour as a function of driving experience and processing time. Ergonomics, 52, 2, 154-164.

Underwood, G., Chapman, P. & Crundall, D. (2009). Experience and visual attention in driving. Chapter in C. Castro (editor), Human Factors of Visual and Cognitive Performance in Driving. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, pp. 89-116.