Measures to assess risk in traffic as reflected by individual test performance, in attitude measurement and by behaviour and interaction

21–23 March 2005

Campo Grande, Brazil

Local organizer: Reinier Johannes Antonius Rozestraten

The conference was organized in close co-operation with Universidade Católica Dom Bosco (UCDB)

Programme

Keynotes

Brasilian National Traffic Policy: Challenges and Perspectives

Ailton Brasiliense Pires

Traffic accident risks in developing countries: superseding biased approaches

Eduardo Vasconcellos

Medical costs of motor vehicle casualties in São Paulo, Brazil

Julia Greve

Safety assessment

What are we allowed to ask, what can we know—traffic psychological analysis of driver behaviour

Christine Chaloupka

Testing attention in traffic situations

Thays Aparecida Nunes Campozano
Reinier Johannes Antonius Rozestraten

Social representation of drivers in traffic

Maria Solange Felix Pereira

Proposal for the foundation of a Brazilian inter-disciplinary traffic and transport research center—CIBRAPTT

Reinier Johannes Antonius Rozestraten

Traffic Conflict Technique—a useful tool for safety assessment in traffic

Sverker Almqvist

Psychotherapy in Group, Cognitive Behavioral Approach: Use of specific techniques for the year of driving

Marta Vieira Vilela

Hazard labels of dangerous products: are they passing the risk message?

Cláudia Mont’Alvão
Melina Pettendorfer

Risky behaviour and risky groups

Other drivers’ behaviour and speed violations

Lars Åberg

Individual variable of errors and violations of Brazilian drivers

Claudia Aline Monteiro

Are overtaking manoeuvres involving high driver risk in Jordan?

Sami Hamamdeh
Lina Shbeeb

Risk perception and speeding

Iara Picchioni Thielen

Study of the relationship between drivers’ skill and safety level, anger, and commitment of violations and errors, and his/her possible involvement in traffic accidents

Gislene Maia de Macêdo

Social context as determinant of boys accidents in road traffic in Belém City, Brazil

João Bosco de Assis Rocha

Risk homeostasis theory and traffic education requirements

Gerald J. S.Wilde

Sleep, habits, quality of life and accidents in truck drivers of Brazil and Portugal

José Carlos  Souza

Road safety in southeast Asia factors affecting motorcycle safety

Ghazwan Al-Haji
Per Lindskog

Analysis of the relationship between the metropolitan socio-spatial structure and traffic accidents victims

Leonardo Rodrigues Lagoeiro de Magalhães

Safety strategies

Children injury prevention in traffic in Brazil

Alessandra Bianchi

Road Safety Audit—A Brazilian Experience

Adauto Martinez Filho

The perceptions of the traffic police as to their role within the traffic system—case study for Ilha do Governador, Rio de Janeiro

Marilita Gnecco de Camargo Braga

Should the Chilean Government Establish Restrictions for Young Drivers?

Francisco Fresard

Implementing road safety audits in Brazil

José Luiz Fuzaro Rodrigues

Preventing avoidable traffic accidents by integrating sustainable safety plans

Govert Schermers

Safety school islands

Edilson Factori

Infrastructure and planning

Reconstruction and maintenance consequences in traffic safety of secondary highways

José Bernardes Felex

Highway intersections in Brazil: past, present and future

Fábio Quintela Fortes

The land use and the potential traffic risk

Maria da Penha Pereira Nobre

Perception gaps between experts and drivers on roadway safety conditions

Mara Diógenes

Evaluating the safety risk of geometric design using reliability analysis

Tarek Sayed

London Borough of Merton Kerbskills Programme

Paulo Camara

Posters

Stress in traffic

Marta Vieira Vilela

Does urban violence influence the road user’s behaviour related to traffic safety?

Barbara Stolte Bezerra

Moral development and speeding

Gislei Mocelin Polli

The use of the car as an extension of the house and traffic conflicts. Your car—Your home

Neuza Corassa

The imagery and the use of the bicycle: A survey among residents of Taguatinga, federal District of Brasília

Zenith Nara Costa Delabrida

Conspicuity, Environment and Beauty on traffic signs – The
relation between these aspects

Adriane Monteiro Fontana

Thoughts about trespassing laws and rules under
psychoanalytical approach

Valquiria Pucu Wollmann do Amaral

Transversal traffic education

Reinier Johannes Antonius Rozestraten

Collective traffic and individual behaviour: using metaphor to link subjectivity and society

Iara Picchioni Thielen

Speeding: the law and the drivers

Iara Picchioni Thielen

Application of Road Safety Audits to Urban Streets

Mohammed Mahdi Khabiri

Road safety audit for school areas

Barbara Stolte Bezerra

Conflict between transportation safety and environmental concern

Mohammed Mahdi Khabiri

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