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David Crundall
David Crundall
Professor of Psychology, Nottingham Trent University
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Visual attention while driving: sequences of eye fixations made by experienced and novice drivers
G Underwood, P Chapman, N Brocklehurst, J Underwood, D Crundall
Ergonomics 46 (6), 629-646, 2003
6522003
Effects of experience and processing demands on visual information acquisition in drivers
DE Crundall, G Underwood
Ergonomics 41 (4), 448-458, 1998
6281998
Driver's visual attention as a function of driving experience and visibility. Using a driving simulator to explore drivers’ eye movements in day, night and rain driving
P Konstantopoulos, P Chapman, D Crundall
Accident Analysis & Prevention 42 (3), 827-834, 2010
5042010
Anger while driving
G Underwood, P Chapman, S Wright, D Crundall
Transportation Research Part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 2 (1), 55-68, 1999
4211999
Visual search while driving: skill and awareness during inspection of the scene
G Underwood, P Chapman, K Bowden, D Crundall
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 5 (2), 87-97, 2002
4112002
Driving simulator validation with hazard perception
G Underwood, D Crundall, P Chapman
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 14 (6), 435-446, 2011
3812011
Driving experience and the functional field of view
D Crundall, G Underwood, P Chapman
Perception 28 (9), 1075-1087, 1999
3651999
Some hazards are more attractive than others: Drivers of varying experience respond differently to different types of hazard
D Crundall, P Chapman, S Trawley, L Collins, E Van Loon, B Andrews, ...
Accident Analysis & Prevention 45, 600-609, 2012
3052012
Selective searching while driving: the role of experience in hazard detection and general surveillance
G Underwood, D Crundall, P Chapman
Ergonomics 45 (1), 1-12, 2002
2482002
Eye movements and hazard perception in police pursuit and emergency response driving.
D Crundall, P Chapman, N Phelps, G Underwood
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 9 (3), 163, 2003
2202003
What happens next? Predicting other road users' behaviour as a function of driving experience and processing time
L Jackson, P Chapman, D Crundall
Ergonomics 52 (2), 154-164, 2009
2052009
Commentary training improves responsiveness to hazards in a driving simulator
D Crundall, B Andrews, E Van Loon, P Chapman
Accident Analysis & Prevention 42 (6), 2117-2124, 2010
1992010
Attending to the peripheral world while driving
D Crundall, G Underwood, P Chapman
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for…, 2002
1992002
Hazard prediction discriminates between novice and experienced drivers
D Crundall
Accident Analysis & Prevention 86, 47-58, 2016
1832016
Attraction and distraction of attention with roadside advertisements
D Crundall, E Van Loon, G Underwood
Accident Analysis & Prevention 38 (4), 671-677, 2006
1812006
An application of the theory of planned behaviour to truck driving behaviour and compliance with regulations
DR Poulter, P Chapman, PA Bibby, DD Clarke, D Crundall
Accident analysis & prevention 40 (6), 2058-2064, 2008
1552008
Why do car drivers fail to give way to motorcycles at t-junctions?
D Crundall, E Crundall, D Clarke, A Shahar
Accident Analysis & Prevention 44 (1), 88-96, 2012
1322012
Regulating conversation during driving: a problem for mobile telephones?
D Crundall, M Bains, P Chapman, G Underwood
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 8 (3), 197-211, 2005
1242005
Driving experience, attentional focusing, and the recall of recently inspected events
G Underwood, P Chapman, Z Berger, D Crundall
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 6 (4), 289-304, 2003
1092003
Road traffic accidents in the United Arab Emirates compared to Western countries
A Bener, D Crundall
Advances in Transportation Studies an international Journal 6, 5-12, 2005
1062005
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