Vanessa Beanland
Vanessa Beanland
University of Otago, Department of Psychology
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Driver inattention and driver distraction in serious casualty crashes: Data from the Australian National Crash In-depth Study
V Beanland, M Fitzharris, KL Young, MG Lenné
Accident Analysis & Prevention 54, 99-107, 2013
Systematic review of driving simulator validation studies
RA Wynne, V Beanland, PM Salmon
Safety science 117, 138-151, 2019
Is there a case for driver training? A review of the efficacy of pre-and post-licence driver training
V Beanland, N Goode, PM Salmon, MG Lenné
Safety science 51 (1), 127-137, 2013
Personality domains and traits that predict self-reported aberrant driving behaviours in a southeastern US university sample
V Beanland, M Sellbom, AK Johnson
Accident Analysis & Prevention 72, 184-192, 2014
Looking without seeing or seeing without looking? Eye movements in sustained inattentional blindness
V Beanland, K Pammer
Vision research 50 (10), 977-988, 2010
Bad behaviour or societal failure? Perceptions of the factors contributing to drivers' engagement in the fatal five driving behaviours
PM Salmon, GJM Read, V Beanland, J Thompson, AJ Filtness, A Hulme, ...
Applied ergonomics 74, 162-171, 2019
Risk and safety perception on urban and rural roads: Effects of environmental features, driver age and risk sensitivity
JA Cox, V Beanland, AJ Filtness
Traffic injury prevention 18 (7), 703-710, 2017
Integrating Human Factors Methods and Systems Thinking for Transport Analysis and Design
GJM Read, V Beanland, MG Lenne, NA Stanton, PM Salmon
CRC Press, 2017
Attending to music decreases inattentional blindness
V Beanland, RA Allen, K Pammer
Consciousness and cognition 20 (4), 1282-1292, 2011
Where do novice and experienced drivers direct their attention on approach to urban rail level crossings?
KL Young, MG Lenné, V Beanland, PM Salmon, NA Stanton
Accident Analysis & Prevention 77, 1-11, 2015
Safety in numbers: Target prevalence affects the detection of vehicles during simulated driving
V Beanland, MG Lenné, G Underwood
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 76, 805-813, 2014
Gap acceptance at stop-controlled T-intersections in a simulated rural environment
V Beanland, MG Lenné, N Candappa, B Corben
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 20, 80-89, 2013
Acceptability of rider assistive systems for powered two-wheelers
V Beanland, MG Lenné, E Fuessl, M Oberlader, S Joshi, T Bellet, A Banet, ...
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 19, 63-76, 2013
Using the decision ladder to understand road user decision making at actively controlled rail level crossings
CM Mulvihill, PM Salmon, V Beanland, MG Lenné, GJM Read, GH Walker, ...
Applied ergonomics 56, 1-10, 2016
To stop or not to stop: Contrasting compliant and non-compliant driver behaviour at rural rail level crossings
V Beanland, PM Salmon, AJ Filtness, MG Lenné, NA Stanton
Accident Analysis & Prevention 108, 209-219, 2017
Expert drivers are better than non-expert drivers at rejecting unimportant information in static driving scenes
K Pammer, A Raineri, V Beanland, J Bell, M Borzycki
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 59, 389-400, 2018
Do cyclists make better drivers? Associations between cycling experience and change detection in road scenes
V Beanland, LJ Hansen
Accident Analysis & Prevention 106, 420-427, 2017
Change detection in urban and rural driving scenes: Effects of target type and safety relevance on change blindness
V Beanland, AJ Filtness, R Jeans
Accident Analysis & Prevention 100, 111-122, 2017
Minds on the blink: The relationship between inattentional blindness and attentional blink
V Beanland, K Pammer
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 74, 322-330, 2012
The relationship between sustained inattentional blindness and working memory capacity
V Beanland, EHC Chan
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 78, 808-817, 2016
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