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Do road user roles serve as social identities? Differences between self-described cyclists and car drivers

Gepubliceerd: 2018 : Hoekstra, A.T.G; Twisk, D.A.M.; Hagenzieker, M.P.
Trefwoorden: Mens, gedrag & verkeer,
Research in different domains has shown that people categorize oneself and others as ingroup ("us") and outgroup ("them") members, resulting in group-based stereotyping and attribution errors that...

Naturalistic Driving-onderzoek bij de SWOV

Gepubliceerd: 2013 : Knapper, A; Nes, N. van; Christoph, M.
Trefwoorden: Technologie & ITS, Mens, gedrag & verkeer,

Adherence to driving cessation advice given to patients with cognitive impairment and consequences for mobility

Gepubliceerd: 2018 : Piersma, D.; Fuermaier, A.B.M.; Waard, D. de; Davidse, R.J.; Groot, J. de; Doumen, M.J.A.; Ponds, R.W.H.M.; Deyn, P.P. de; Brouwer, W.H.; Tucha, O.
Trefwoorden: Risico's, Mens, gedrag & verkeer,
Background Driving is related to social participation; therefore older drivers may be reluctant to cease driving. Continuation of driving has also been reported in a large proportion of patients with...

Recording of alcohol in official crash statistics: underreporting and procedures to improve statistics

Gepubliceerd: 2018 : Vissers, L.; Houwing, S.; Wegman, F.
Trefwoorden: Verkeersveiligheid in cijfers, Risico's,
Worldwide 1.25 million people die in road crashes every year and it is widely recognized that drink driving is an important risk-increasing factor. Official statistics of alcohol-related crashes are...

Verkeersvaardigheidstraining met virtual reality voor basisschoolleerlingen

Publicatie/rapport R-2018-12
Gepubliceerd: 2018 (SWOV): Wijlhuizen, G.J.; Kint, S. van der
Trefwoorden: Mens, gedrag & verkeer, Educatie,
Verzekeraar Interpolis startte in 2015 met ‘SlimOpWeg’, een meerjarig programma met als doel het aantal verkeersongevallen terug te dringen met 25% in 2020. Binnen dit programma worden diverse...... Lees meer

Sustainable Safety 3rd edition – The advanced vision for 2018-2030

isbn: 978-90-73946-17-0
Gepubliceerd: 2018 (SWOV): SWOV
Trefwoorden: Vervoerswijzen, Voetganger, Fiets, Personenauto, Risico's, Infrastructuur, Technologie & ITS, Visie & beleid, Mens, gedrag & verkeer, Handhaving, Educatie,Traffic; safety;...
The vision of Sustainable Safety is an optimal approach to improve road safety, originating from the Netherlands. It is a vision that is shared by many road safety professionals. A sustainably safe...

The European road safety decision support system on risks and measures

Gepubliceerd: 2018 : Martensen, H.; Diependaele, K.; Van den Berghe, W.; Papadimitriou, E.; Yannis, G.; Schagen, I. van; Weijermars, W.; Wijnen, W.; Filtness, A.; Thomas, P.; Machata, K.; Aigner Breuss, E.; Kaiser, S.; Hermitte, T.; Thomson, R.
Trefwoorden: Visie & beleid, Internationaal,
The European Road Safety Decision Support System ( is an innovative system providing the available evidence on a broad range of road risks and possible countermeasures. This paper...

Interaction between pedestrians and automated vehicles: A Wizard of Oz experiment

Gepubliceerd: 2018 : Rodríguez Palmeiro, A.; Kint, S. van der; Vissers, L.; Farah, H.; Winter, J.C.F. de; Hagenzieker, M.
Trefwoorden: Vervoerswijzen, Personenauto, Technologie & ITS, Mens, gedrag & verkeer,
Automated vehicles (AVs) will be introduced on public roads in the future, meaning that traditional vehicles and AVs will be sharing the urban space. There is currently little knowledge about the...

Situation awareness increases when drivers have more time to take over the wheel in a Level 3 automated car: A simulator study

Gepubliceerd: 2018 : Vlakveld, W.; Nes, N. van; Bruin, J. de; Vissers, L.; Kroft, M. van der
Trefwoorden: Technologie & ITS, Mens, gedrag & verkeer,
Vehicle automation may improve road safety because most crashes are caused by human error. However, reliable autonomous vehicles in which the ‘driver’ never has to take over the wheel are still in...

Het basisdiagram, een macropscopisch verkeersstroommodel

Gepubliceerd: 1976 : Botma, H.