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Mark Johann King
Mark Johann King
Deputy Director, Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety - Queensland (CARRS-Q), Queensland
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Illegal pedestrian crossing at signalised intersections: incidence and relative risk
MJ King, D Soole, A Ghafourian
Accident Analysis & Prevention 41 (3), 485-490, 2009
1992009
Understanding the impacts of mobile phone distraction on driving performance: A systematic review
O Oviedo-Trespalacios, MM Haque, M King, S Washington
Transportation research part C: emerging technologies 72, 360-380, 2016
1872016
Understanding the psychosocial factors influencing the risky behaviour of young drivers
B Scott-Parker, B Watson, MJ King
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 12 (6), 470-482, 2009
1652009
Drivers’ and cyclists’ experiences of sharing the road: Incidents, attitudes and perceptions of visibility
JM Wood, PF Lacherez, RP Marszalek, MJ King
Accident Analysis & Prevention 41 (4), 772-776, 2009
1622009
A further exploration of sensation seeking propensity, reward sensitivity, depression, anxiety, and the risky behaviour of young novice drivers in a structural equation model
B Scott-Parker, B Watson, MJ King, MK Hyde
Accident Analysis & Prevention 50, 465-471, 2013
1192013
Effects of road infrastructure and traffic complexity in speed adaptation behaviour of distracted drivers
O Oviedo-Trespalacios, MM Haque, M King, S Washington
Accident Analysis & Prevention 101, 67-77, 2017
1152017
Speeding by young novice drivers: What can personal characteristics and psychosocial theory add to our understanding?
B Scott-Parker, MK Hyde, B Watson, MJ King
Accident Analysis & Prevention 50, 242-250, 2013
1042013
Risk factors of mobile phone use while driving in Queensland: Prevalence, attitudes, crash risk perception, and task-management strategies
O Oviedo-Trespalacios, M King, MM Haque, S Washington
PLoS one 12 (9), e0183361, 2017
912017
“They’re lunatics on the road”: Exploring the normative influences of parents, friends, and police on young novices’ risky driving decisions
B Scott-Parker, B Watson, MJ King, MK Hyde
Safety science 50 (9), 1917-1928, 2012
902012
The impact of changes to the graduated driver licensing program in Queensland, Australia on the experiences of Learner drivers
BJ Scott-Parker, L Bates, BC Watson, MJ King, MK Hyde
Accident Analysis & Prevention 43 (4), 1301-1308, 2011
902011
Factors contributing to crashes among young drivers
LJ Bates, J Davey, B Watson, MJ King, K Armstrong
Sultan Qaboos university medical journal 14 (3), e297, 2014
792014
The influence of sensitivity to reward and punishment, propensity for sensation seeking, depression, and anxiety on the risky behaviour of novice drivers: a path model
B Scott‐Parker, B Watson, MJ King, MK Hyde
British journal of psychology 103 (2), 248-267, 2012
772012
Driving behaviour while self-regulating mobile phone interactions: A human-machine system approach
O Oviedo-Trespalacios, MM Haque, M King, S Demmel
Accident Analysis & Prevention 118, 253-262, 2018
762018
“I drove after drinking alcohol” and other risky driving behaviours reported by young novice drivers
B Scott-Parker, B Watson, MJ King, MK Hyde
Accident Analysis & Prevention 70, 65-73, 2014
752014
Examining the effects of an eco-driving message on driver distraction
H Rouzikhah, M King, A Rakotonirainy
Accident Analysis & Prevention 50, 975-983, 2013
732013
Evaluation of the red light camera program and the owner onus legislation
DR South, WA Harrison, I Portans, M King
Road Traffic Authority of Victoria, 1988
691988
Confirmatory factor analysis of the behaviour of young novice drivers scale (BYNDS)
B Scott-Parker, B Watson, MJ King, MK Hyde
Accident Analysis & Prevention 49, 385-391, 2012
672012
Young, inexperienced, and on the road: do novice drivers comply with road rules?
B Scott-Parker, B Watson, MJ King, MK Hyde
Transportation research record 2318 (1), 98-106, 2012
612012
Investigation of pedestrian crashes on two-way two-lane rural roads in Ethiopia
GS Tulu, S Washington, MM Haque, MJ King
Accident Analysis & Prevention 78, 118-126, 2015
582015
The perspectives of older drivers on the impact of feedback on their driving behaviours: A qualitative study
H Hassan, M King, K Watt
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 28, 25-39, 2015
582015
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