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The roles of subjective and objective risk in cycling safety

By Narelle L. Haworth
Topics: 170000 PSYCHOLOGY AND COGNITIVE SCIENCES, Cycling safety, Subjective risk, Objective risk
Year: 2012
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.qut.edu.au:55058

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  1. (2013). Accepted for publication in Transportation Research Record. Questions? n.haworth@qut.edu.au Mark your Diaries!
  2. (2012). Cyclists and drivers in road interactions: A comparison of perceived risk. Accident Analysis & Prevention, available electronically.
  3. (2012). Relationships between self-reported bicycling injuries and perceived risk among cyclists in
  4. (2009). Subjective and objective safety. The effect of road safety measures on subjective safety among vulnerable road users. TOI report 1009/2009.

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