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International Conference on Driver Behaviour and Training

5 June 2013

The sixthInternational Conference on Driver Behaviour and Training will take place in Helsinki on the 19th-20th August 2013.

There will be seventy research papers across nineteen symposiums with contributions from road safety researchers and organisations from over 30 countries presented.

High calibre academic institutions and road safety groups will provide the audience with an exciting forum from which to network and learn more about some of the cutting-edge research taking place around the world.

Topics amomgst others include:

  • Driver Behaviour and Driver Training
  • Cultural Issues in Self-Reported Driver Behaviour
  • Methodological Consideration in Driver Behaviour
  • Vehicle and Road Safety
  • Risk Perception and Driver Behaviour
  • Changing Driver Behaviour
  • Assessing Risky Driving
  • Distraction and Road User Behaviour
  • Driver Behaviour and Telematics
  • Driver Fatigue and Overload
  • Issues in Hazard Perception

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