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Steve O'Hern
Steve O'Hern
Associate Professor, Tampere University
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Understanding travel patterns to support safe active transport for older adults
S O'Hern, J Oxley
Journal of Transport & Health 2 (1), 79-85, 2015
732015
Validation of a bicycle simulator for road safety research
S O’Hern, J Oxley, M Stevenson
Accident Analysis & Prevention 100, 53-58, 2017
472017
A scientometric review of powered micromobility
S O’Hern, N Estgfaeller
Sustainability 12 (22), 9505, 2020
452020
Falling while walking: a hidden contributor to pedestrian injury
J Oxley, S O’Hern, D Burtt, B Rossiter
Accident Analysis & Prevention, 2017
412017
Infrastructure requirement for autonomous vehicle integration for future urban and suburban roads–Current practice and a case study of Melbourne, Australia
H Manivasakan, R Kalra, S O'Hern, Y Fang, Y Xi, N Zheng
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 152, 36-53, 2021
382021
Older adults at increased risk as pedestrians in Victoria, Australia: an examination of crash characteristics and injury outcomes
S O’Hern, J Oxley, D Logan
Traffic injury prevention 16 (sup2), S161-S167, 2015
382015
Fatal cyclist crashes in Australia
S O’Hern, J Oxley
Traffic Injury Prevention 19 (sup2), S27-S31, 2018
302018
Parental role in children’s road safety experiences
C Muir, S O'Hern, J Oxley, A Devlin, S Koppel, JL Charlton
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 46, 195-204, 2017
272017
An observational study of restraint and helmet wearing behaviour in Malaysia
J Oxley, S O'Hern, A Jamaludin
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 56, 176-184, 2018
252018
On-road virtual reality autonomous vehicle (VRAV) simulator: An empirical study on user experience
X Zou, S O'Hern, B Ens, S Coxon, P Mater, R Chow, M Neylan, HL Vu
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 126, 103090, 2021
212021
Personality traits as predictors of cyclist behaviour
S O’Hern, AN Stephens, KL Young, S Koppel
Accident Analysis & Prevention 145, 105704, 2020
212020
Pedestrian injuries due to collisions with cyclists Melbourne, Australia
S O’Hern, J Oxley
Accident Analysis & Prevention 122, 295-300, 2019
212019
What makes cyclists angry? The relationships between trait anger, interest in cycling and self-reported comfort levels
S O'Hern, AN Stephens, KL Young, S Koppel
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 62, 672-680, 2019
172019
Investigating the impact of connected and automated vehicles on signalized and unsignalized intersections safety in mixed traffic
A Karbasi, S O’Hern
Future transportation 2 (1), 24-40, 2022
162022
Self-reported pedestrian behaviour in Australia
S O'Hern, AN Stephens, N Estgfaeller, V Moore, S Koppel
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 75, 134-144, 2020
142020
How safe are children when transported by bicycle?
J Oxley, S O'Hern, S Raftery, J Woolley
Traffic injury prevention 17 (sup1), 163-167, 2016
142016
Self-reported mindfulness, cyclist anger and aggression
AN Stephens, S O’Hern, KL Young, R Chambers, C Hassed, S Koppel
Accident Analysis & Prevention 144, 105625, 2020
132020
Australian cyclists’ engagement in secondary tasks
KL Young, AN Stephens, S O'Hern, S Koppel
Journal of Transport & Health 16, 100793, 2020
132020
Bicycle rider behavior and crash involvement in Australia
S O’hern, N Estgfaeller, AN Stephens, SA Useche
International journal of environmental research and public health 18 (5), 2378, 2021
122021
Safer vehicles and technology for older adults
J Oxley, J Charlton, D Logan, S O’Hern, S Koppel, L Meuleners
Traffic injury prevention 20 (sup2), S176-S179, 2019
122019
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