Samuel G. Charlton
Samuel G. Charlton
Professor, School of Psychology, University of Waikato
Verified email at waikato.ac.nz
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Driving while conversing: Cell phones that distract and passengers who react
SG Charlton
Accident Analysis & Prevention 41 (1), 160-173, 2009
2492009
The role of attention in horizontal curves: A comparison of advance warning, delineation, and road marking treatments
SG Charlton
Accident Analysis & Prevention 39 (5), 873-885, 2007
2222007
The effect of cell phone type on drivers subjective workload during concurrent driving and conversing
R Matthews, S Legg, S Charlton
Accident Analysis & Prevention 35 (4), 451-457, 2003
2072003
Explicit and implicit processes in behavioural adaptation to road width
B Lewis-Evans, SG Charlton
Accident Analysis & Prevention 38 (3), 610-617, 2006
1692006
Driving without awareness: The effects of practice and automaticity on attention and driving
SG Charlton, NJ Starkey
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 14 (6), 456-471, 2011
1512011
Handbook of human factors testing and evaluation
SG Charlton, TG O'Brien
CRC Press, 2019
1342019
Perceptual and attentional effects on drivers’ speed selection at curves
SG Charlton
Accident Analysis & Prevention 36 (5), 877-884, 2004
1192004
Driving on familiar roads: Automaticity and inattention blindness
SG Charlton, NJ Starkey
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 19, 121-133, 2013
1132013
Conspicuity, memorability, comprehension, and priming in road hazard warning signs
SG Charlton
Accident Analysis & Prevention 38 (3), 496-506, 2006
892006
Using endemic road features to create self-explaining roads and reduce vehicle speeds
SG Charlton, HW Mackie, PH Baas, K Hay, M Menezes, C Dixon
Accident Analysis & Prevention 42 (6), 1989-1998, 2010
812010
What’s the risk? A comparison of actual and perceived driving risk
SG Charlton, NJ Starkey, JA Perrone, RB Isler
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and Behaviour 25, 50-64, 2014
592014
Road user behaviour changes following a self-explaining roads intervention
HW Mackie, SG Charlton, PH Baas, PC Villasenor
Accident Analysis & Prevention 50, 742-750, 2013
562013
Not all minds wander equally: The influence of traits, states and road environment factors on self-reported mind wandering during everyday driving
BRD Burdett, SG Charlton, NJ Starkey
Accident Analysis & Prevention 95, 1-7, 2016
522016
The role of looming and attention capture in drivers’ braking responses
HR Terry, SG Charlton, JA Perrone
Accident Analysis & Prevention 40 (4), 1375-1382, 2008
522008
Fatigue, work-rest cycles, and psychomotor performance of New Zealand truck drivers
SG Charlton, PH Baas
New Zealand Journal of Psychology 30 (1), 32-39, 2001
50*2001
Measurement of cognitive states in test and evaluation
SG Charlton
Handbook of human factors testing and evaluation, 97-126, 2019
462019
Survey of New Zealand truck driver fatigue and fitness for duty
PH Baas, SG Charlton, GT Bastin
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 3 (4), 185-193, 2000
462000
The effects of moderate alcohol concentrations on driving and cognitive performance during ascending and descending blood alcohol concentrations
NJ Starkey, SG Charlton
Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental 29 (4), 370-383, 2014
452014
Curve speed management
SG Charlton, JJ De Pont
Land Transport New Zealand research report, 2007
412007
Risk in our midst: Centrelines, perceived risk, and speed choice
SG Charlton, NJ Starkey
Accident Analysis & Prevention 95, 192-201, 2016
402016
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