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Amanda N. Stephens
Amanda N. Stephens
Monash University Accident Research Centre (MUARC)
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Situational specificity of trait influences on drivers’ evaluations and driving behaviour
AN Stephens, JA Groeger
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 12 (1), 29-39, 2009
2072009
Situational specificity of trait influences on drivers’ evaluations and driving behaviour
AN Stephens, JA Groeger
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 12 (1), 29-39, 2009
2072009
Anger-congruent behaviour transfers across driving situations
AN Stephens, JA Groeger
Cognition & emotion 25 (8), 1423-1438, 2011
1242011
Driving anger as a psychological construct: Twenty years of research using the Driving Anger Scale
JL Deffenbacher, AN Stephens, MJM Sullman
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 42, 236-247, 2016
1132016
Driving anger in Malaysia
MJM Sullman, AN Stephens, M Yong
Accident Analysis & Prevention 71, 1-9, 2014
982014
The expression of anger amongst Turkish taxi drivers
MJM Sullman, AN Stephens, D Kuzu
Accident Analysis & Prevention 56, 42-50, 2013
912013
The expression of anger amongst Turkish taxi drivers
MJM Sullman, AN Stephens, D Kuzu
Accident Analysis & Prevention 56, 42-50, 2013
912013
Validation of the driver behaviour questionnaire in a representative sample of drivers in Australia
AN Stephens, M Fitzharris
Accident Analysis & Prevention 86, 186-198, 2016
752016
Drivers display anger‐congruent attention to potential traffic hazards
AN Stephens, SL Trawley, R Madigan, JA Groeger
Applied cognitive psychology 27 (2), 178-189, 2013
742013
A comparison of the driving anger scale and the propensity for angry driving scale
MJM Sullman, AN Stephens
Accident Analysis & Prevention 58, 88-96, 2013
732013
Development of a short form of the driving anger expression inventory
AN Stephens, MJM Sullman
Accident Analysis & Prevention 72, 169-176, 2014
722014
Anger, aggression and road rage behaviour in Malaysian drivers
MJM Sullman, AN Stephens, M Yong
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 29, 70-82, 2015
672015
Cognitive biases in aggressive drivers: Does illusion of control drive us off the road?
AN Stephens, K Ohtsuka
Personality and individual differences 68, 124-129, 2014
622014
The relationship between Motorcycle Rider Behaviour Questionnaire scores and crashes for riders in Australia
AN Stephens, J Brown, L de Rome, MRJ Baldock, R Fernandes, ...
Accident Analysis & Prevention 102, 202-212, 2017
572017
Multiple driver distractions: A systemic transport problem
TC Lansdown, AN Stephens, GH Walker
Accident Analysis & Prevention 74, 360-367, 2015
562015
Alcohol consumption patterns and attitudes toward drink-drive behaviours and road safety enforcement strategies
AN Stephens, CA Bishop, S Liu, M Fitzharris
Accident Analysis & Prevention 98, 241-251, 2017
492017
Following slower drivers: Lead driver status moderates driver’s anger and behavioural responses and exonerates culpability
AN Stephens, JA Groeger
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 22, 140-149, 2014
482014
Couples, contentious conversations, mobile telephone use and driving
TC Lansdown, AN Stephens
Accident Analysis & Prevention 50, 416-422, 2013
482013
Self-reported speed compliance and attitudes towards speeding in a representative sample of drivers in Australia
AN Stephens, M Nieuwesteeg, J Page-Smith, M Fitzharris
Accident Analysis & Prevention 103, 56-64, 2017
462017
The relative importance of real-time in-cab and external feedback in managing fatigue in real-world commercial transport operations
M Fitzharris, S Liu, AN Stephens, MG Lenné
Traffic injury prevention 18 (sup1), S71-S78, 2017
452017
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