David Clarke - Research Grants
1972-1975: DPhil studentship from Social Science Research Council for project on 'The structural analysis of verbal behaviour'.
1975-1980: £96,000 from Social Science Research Council for project on 'The sequential structure of social behaviour applied to social skills and group conflict', jointly with Dr. Michael Argyle and Dr. Peter Collett.
1980-1985: £236,000 from Social Science Research Council for research programme on 'The social psychology of long-term relationships', jointly with Dr. Michael Argyle and Dr. Peter Collett.
1982: SSRC CASS Award. D.Phil. studentship given for a student to work on 'Family stress and parenting problems of adolescents' in collaboration with Highfield Family and Adolescent Psychiatric Unit, Warneford Hospital, Oxford.
1983: SSRC Linked Studentship given for a student to work in connection with the SSRC Research Programme on the 'Social Psychology of Long-term Relationships', supervised jointly with Dr. Michael Argyle.
1985: ESRC CASS Award. D.Phil. studentship given for student to work on The effects disturbed adolescents have on their families', in collaboration with Highfield Family and Adolescent Psychiatric Unit, Warneford Hospital, Oxford.
1985-1987: £29,000 from Economic and Social Research Council for project on 'The role of emotion in processes of high-level interaction and control'.
1985-1988: £30,000 from Economic and Social Research Council for project on 'Configurations for autonomous development in cognitive systems'.
1986: ESRC CASS Award. D.Phil. studentship given for student to work on 'Task characteristics in the promotion of long-term cognitive change.'
1988-1989: £21,000 from Economic and Social Research Council, Industry, Economy and Environmental Research Development Group, Transport Research Initiative for project on 'Attribution theory in Transport research'.
1989-1991: £125,000 from Transport and Road Research Laboratory for project on 'The analysis of pre-accident sequences'.
1989-1991: £4,500 from University of Nottingham Research Fund for project on 'Rule-finder software: A new research tool for applied psychology'.
1989-1992: £19,000 from The Leverhulme Trust for project on 'The history of semantics and its consequences for a new theory of semantic change'.
1990-1992: £27,000 from Joint Research Councils' Initiative in Cognitive Science and Human-Computer Interaction, for project on 'A multidisciplinary exploration of the problem of joint action', jointly with Dr John Bowers.
1992: £700 from South East Thames Regional Health Authority for specialist data analysis in connection with project on upper limb dysfunction.
1992-1995: £198,000 from Transport Research Laboratory for project on 'Causal Mapping of Selected Road Accident Cases'.
1993-1995: £29,000 from The Leverhulme Trust for project on 'Language, Action and Context: The history of pragmatics in America and Europe, 1800-1930'.
1995: £1200 Departmental summer project grant for a student to work on 'Affect space: A new method for measuring affective responses'.
1995: ESRC PhD studentship given for student to work on 'Structured judgement analysis of violent incidents'.
1995: MRC PhD studentship given for student to work on 'Loneliness and depression in university students'.
1998-2001: £352,000 from The Transport Research Laboratory / The Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions ('DETR') for 'In Depth Accident Causation Study of Young Drivers'.
1998-2001: £7600. Co-applicant for student to obtain PhD training fees from NHS executive.
1999: £3,000. Consultancy for Defence Evaluation and Research Agency (DERA).
2001-2004: £666,000 from the Department for Transport Local government and the Regions (DTLR) for 'In-depth study of motorcycle and work-related accidents'.
2001-2006: £1.2 million from Leverhulme Trust (with 10 other senior academics), Programme grant for the Study of 'Risk, the Public Understanding of Science, and Public Policy'establishing The Institute for the Study of Genetics and Bio-risks in Society (IGBiS).
2003-2006: £47,820. Co-applicant, ESRC/NERC PhD studentship for a study of 'The role of affect in risk perception of and decisions about biotechnology'.
2005-2006: £239,000 from Department for Transport for 'In-depth study of trends in fatal accidents', linking with partner projects at UCL and the Transport Research Laboratory.
2005-2008: £900,000. Co-applicant. ESRC and Nottingham University grant for 'Understanding New Forms of Digital Record for e-Social Science', funding a 'node' of the ESRC 'National Centre for e-Social Science, Manchester.
2006: £74,671. Co-applicant. Department for Transport, for 'Car driver skills and attitudes in relation to motorcycle safety' (Phase 1).
2006-2007: £74,647 from Department for Transport / Greater Manchester Police Authority / Neighbourhood Road Safety Initiative, for 'A detailed analysis of the circumstances surrounding child-pedestrian road-accidents in the Greater Manchester area'.
2007-2008: £50,000 from University of Nottingham Research Committee, and the Schools of Civil Engineering; Mechanical, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering; Psychology; Electrical & Electronic Engineering; and Computer Science & Information Technology, to establish Transport Research as a strategic priority of the University.
2007-2010: £64,500 from Economic and Social Research Council: 'CASE' studentship for work on 'New methods for predicting violent incidents in clinical settings'.
2007: £95,090. Co-applicant. The Vehicle and Operator Services Agency for a 'Driver Behavioural Profiling Feasibility Study'.
2007: £12,861 from Department for Transport, via Framework Agreement with Transport Research Laboratory, for 'Analysis of deprivation in fatal road-traffic accidents'.
2007-09: £197,008 from Department for Transport, via Framework Agreement with Transport Research Laboratory, for 'In-depth study of road traffic accidents involving older drivers'.
2007-2009: £541,000. Co-applicant. Department for Transport, for 'Car driver skills and attitudes in relation to motorcycle safety' (Phases 2-5).
2008: £2,800 from Transport for London for a case-study of cyclist fatalities.
2009: £4,000 from Transport Research Laboratory Ltd for feasibility study of analysis methods for fatal road traffic collisions.
2011: £12,000. Co-applicant. Higher Education Innovation Fund, for 'Public Perception of Carbon Capture and Storage: A vignette study approach'.
2011-14: £61,000. Co-applicant. National Centre for Carbon Capture and Storage. PhD studentship.