Stradling, S. G. (2007). Cameras help spot risky drivers before they crash
Stradling, S. G., Carreno, M., Ferguson, N., Rye, T., Halden, D., Davidson, P., …Wigan, M. (2005). Accessibility and transport
The Topic Report uses a number of multivariate statistical analyses to examine the inter-linking of person and household characteristics with travel availability measures look...
Carreno, M., Stradling, S. G., Rye, T. & Willis, A. (2003). Urban design principles for vulnerable pedestrian groups. In Baohua, M. (Ed.). Traffic and Transportation Studies - Proceedings of ICTTS 2004, 98-106. ISBN 7030137809/U.28
National Debate for Young Drivers is a Consultancy project funded by Atkins Global.
Psychology of Travel Paper
SHS Topic Report - Accessibility & Transport
Stradling, S. G. (2010). National debate on young drivers’ safety
This report presents the findings of a national debate on young driver safety undertaken across Scotland. It has been undertaken to meet a commitment in Scotland’s Road Safety...
Stradling, S. G., Martin, L., Rae, C. & Campbell, M. (2004). Symptoms of driver fatigue on long car journeys and recent collision involvement
Stradling, S. G. (2006). Determinants of car dependence. In Garling, T. & Steg, L. (Eds.). Threats from Car Traffic to the Quality of Urban Life: Problems, Causes, Solutions, 187-204. ISBN 0-08-044853-4
Stradling, S. G., Anable, J. & Carreno, M. (2007). Performance, importance and user disgruntlement: a six-step method for measuring satisfaction with travel modes. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice. 41, 98-106. doi:10.1016/j.tra.2006.05.013. ISSN 0965-8564
The technique described in this paper builds on work in the customer service literature on the measurement of customer dissatisfaction to develop a new way of combining measur...
Stradling, S. G., & Scott, M. J. (1999). Counselling for post-traumatic stress disorder. Sage
Broughton, P. S., Fuller, R., Stradling, S., Gormley, M., Kinnear, N., O'Dolan, C. & Hannigan, B. (2008). Conditions for speeding behaviour: A comparison of car drivers and powered two wheeled riders. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 12, 417-427. doi:10.1016/j.trf.2009.07.001. ISSN 1369-8478
Against a UK background of decreases in collisions involving car drivers, motorcycle collisions are on the increase. To throw light on this process, this paper explores differ...
Stradling, S. G. (2008). Cutting down and slowing down: changes in car use and speeding on Scotland's road. Behavioural Research in Road Safety. , 63-69
Driving:is a skill-based, socially regulated, expressive activity involving balancing capability and task difficulty to avoid loss of control, along with real time negotiation...
Fuller, R., Gormley, M., Stradling, S., Broughton, P., Kinnear, N., O'Dolan, C. & Hannigan, B. (2008). Impact of speed change on estimated journey time: Failure of drivers to appreciate relevance of initial speed. Accident analysis and prevention. 41, 10-14. doi:10.1016/j.aap.2008.07.013. ISSN 0001-4575
Higher speeds are associated with increases in the probability of crashing and the severity of the outcome. Logically drivers speed to save time, and research evidence support...
Stradling, S. G. (2011). Travel mode choice. In Porter, B. E. (Ed.). Handbook of Traffic PsychologyAcademic Press. ISBN 978-0-12-381984-0
Stradling, S. G., Carreno, M., Rye, T. & Noble, A. F. (2007). Passenger perceptions and the ideal urban bus journey experience. Transport Policy. 14, 283-292. doi:10.1016/j.tranpol.2007.02.003. ISSN 0967-070X
Respondents living close to a Quality Bus Corridor indicated which of 68 items were ‘Things I dislike or things that discourage me
from using the bus in Edinburgh’. Eight unde...
Stradling, S. G. (2005). Moving around: the psychology of transport
Why do we move around at all? Because we can, because we have to, because we like to is the simplest formulation dividing out the different kinds of motive forces driving trav...
Sexton, B., Hamilton, K., Baughan, C., Stradling, S. G. & Broughton, P. (2005). Risk and motorcyclists in Scotland. Scottish Executive Research Unit
Study of attitudes to risk taking and understanding of risks amongst motorcyclists in Scotland in order to inform future Road Safety Scotland campaigns.
Brake Pilot of Young Driver Education Sessions
The current thesis aimed to explore the novice driver problem from a psychological perspective. The ultimate aim was to e...