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    1. Abdel-Aty, M. A. and Abdelwahab, H. T. (2000) Exploring the relationships between alcohol and the driver characteristics in motor vehicle accidents Accident Analysis and Prevention 32, 473-482

    2. ACT Roads and Stormwater (1999) ACT Traffic Volumes Volume II:  Results of the Data Collection Program Canberra: Department of Urban Services, ACT Government

    3. Adams, J. G. U. (1995) Risk London: University College London Press

    4. Ajzen, I. (1985) In J. Kuhl and J. Beckmann (Eds.) Action control: From cognition to behaviour. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

    5. Ajzen, I. (1988) Attitudes, personality and behaviour. Open University Press, Milton Keynes.

    6. Ajzen, I. (1991). The theory of planned behaviour. Organisational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 50,179-211.

    7. American Academy of Pediatrics (1995) Children, Adolescents, and Advertising http://www.aap.org/policy/00656.html:

    8. Assum, T., Bjornskau, T., Fosser, S. and Sagberg, F. (1999) Risk compensation - the case of road lighting Accident Analysis and Prevention 31, 545-553

    9. Buchanan, T. and Smith, J. L. (1999). Using the Internet for psychological research: Personality testing on the World Wide Web. British Journal of Psychology, 90,125-144.

    10. Burke, M. (1999) Real men don't drink New Scientist 164(2214), 58-63

    11. Canberra Times (2000) We're a nation of high-risk boozers: study Canberra Times  21 November 5

    12. Casswell, S. (1995) Does alcohol advertising have an impact on the public health? Drug and Alcohol Review 14, 395-404

    13. Colombijn, F. (1998) Canberra:  a sheep in wolf's clothing International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 22(4), 565-581

    14. Department of the Environment, Transport, and the Regions (1997). Road Accidents Great Britain1996: The casualty report. TSO, London.

    15. Dobson, A., Brown, W., Ball, J., Powers, J. and McFadden, M. (1999) Women drivers' behaviour, socio-demographic characteristics and accidents Accident Analysis and Prevention 31, 525-535

    16. Elander, J., West, R. and French, D. (1993). Behavioural correlates of individual differences in road traffic crash risk: an examination of methods and findings. Psychological Bulletin, 113, 279-294.

    17. Evans, L. & Wasielewski, P. (1983). Risky driving related to driver and vehicle characteristics. Accident Analysis Prevention, 15 (2).

    18. Evans, L. (1970a). Automobile-speed estimation using a movie-film simulation. Ergonomics, 13, 231-237.

    19. Evans, L. (1970b). Speed estimation from a moving automobile. Ergonomics, 13, 219-230.

    20. Evans, L. (1991). Traffic Safety and the Driver. Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York.

    21. Evans, L. and Herman, R. (1976). Note on driver adaptation to modified vehicle starting acceleration. Human Factors, 18, 235-240.

    22. Evans, L. and Wasielewski, P. (1983). Risky driving related to driver and vehicle characteristics. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 15,121-136.

    23. French, D. J., West, R. J., Elander, J. and Wilding, J. M. (1993). Decision-making style, driving style, and self-reported involvement in road traffic accidents. Ergonomics, 36, 627-644.

    24. Gray, D. (2000) Warning on alcohol sponsorhip The Age  1 June

    25. Grube, J. W. and Wallack, L. (1994) Television beer advertising and drinking knowledge, beliefs and intentions among school children American Journal of Public Health 84, 254-259

    26. Hartig, K. and Dunn, K. (1998) Roadside memorials:  interpreting new deathscapes in Newcastle, New South Wales Australian Geographical Studies 36(1), 5-20

    27. Hass-Klau, C. (1990) The Pedestrian and City Traffic London: Belhaven Press

    28. Hass-Klau, C., Nold, I., Bocker, G. and Crampton, G. (1992) Civilised Streets:  A Guide to Traffic Calming Brighton: Environment and Transport Planning

    29. Hewson, C. M., Laurent, D. and Vogel, C. M. (1996). Proper methodologies for psychological and sociological studies conducted via the Internet. Behaviour Research Methods, Instruments, and Computers, 28,186-191.

    30. Holzapfel, H. (1995) Violence and the car World Transport Policy and Practice 1(1), 41-44

    31. Horswill, M. S. & Coster, M. E. (In press). The effect of vehicle characteristics on drivers' risk-taking behaviour. Ergonomics.

    32. Horswill, M. S. & Coster, M. E. (In Press). User-controlled photographic animations, photograph-based questions, and questionnaires: Three instruments for measuring drivers' risk-taking behavior on the Internet. Behavioral Research Methods, Instruments, and Computers.

    33. Horswill, M. S. and McKenna, F. P. (1999). The development, validation, and application of a video-based technique for measuring an everyday risk-taking behaviour: drivers' speed choice. Journal of Applied Psychology, 84, 977-985.

    34. Horwood, L. J. and Fergusson, D. M. (2000) Drink driving and traffic accidents in young people Accident Analysis and Prevention 32, 805-814

    35. Jernigan, D. H., Monteiro, M., Room, R. and Saxena, S. (2000) Towards a global alcohol policy: alcohol, public health and the role of WHO Bulletin of the World Health Organization 78(4), 491-507

    36. Joksch, H.C. (1976). Critique of Sam Peltzman's study - the effects of automobile safety regulation. Accident Analysis Prevention, 8.

    37. Keeffe, T. (2000) A Race Out of Place:  The Changing Meaning of Place in the Parliamentary Zone   BA Hons Thesis Canberra: School of Geography and Oceanography, University College, University of New South Wales, Australian Defence Force Academy

    38. Krantz, J. H., Ballard, J. and Scher, J. (1997). Comparing the results of laboratory and World-Wide-Web samples on the determinants of female attractiveness. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers, 29, 264-269.

    39. Lawson, K. (2000) V8 race:  longer road closures Canberra Times  29 November 6

    40. Lund, A.K., & Zador, P. (1984). Mandatory belt use and driver risk taking. Risk Analysis, 4 (1).

    41. Mackay, H. (1990) The Mackay Report:  Sponsorship Sydney: Mackay Research

    42. Matthews, M. L. and Cousins, L. R. (1980). The influence of vehicle type on the estimation of velocity while driving. Ergonomics, 23,1151-1160.

    43. McDaniel, S. R. and Mason, D. S. (1999) An exploratory study of influences on public opinion towards alcohol and tobacco sponsorship of sporting events Journal of Services Marketing 13(6), 481-499

    44. McLean, A. J., Kloeden, C. N., McColl, R. A. and Laslett, R. (1995) Reduction in the legal blood alcohol limit from 0.08 to 0.05:  effects on drink driving and alcohol-related crashes in Adelaide Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, Volume 1, Adelaide:, Road Accident Research Unit, University of Adelaide

    45. NCA (2000a) The National Capital Plan Canberra: National Capital Authority

    46. NCA (2000b) The Parliamentary Zone Review (Outcomes) Report Canberra: National Capital Authority

    47. NCPA (1996) National Views on Australia's Capital Canberra: National Capital Planning Authority

    48. Neit, D. (2000) Sergeant, Australian Federal Police, Traffic Section, Canberra  Personal Communication,  29 November 2000

    49. Parker, D., Reason, J. T., Manstead, A. S. R. and Stradling, S. G. (1995). Driving errors, driving violations, and accident involvement. Ergonomics, 38,1036-1048.

    50. Pasveer, K. A. and Ellard, J. H. (1998). The making of a personality inventory: Help from the WWW. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, and Computers, 30, 309-313.

    51. Pegrum, A. (2000) The advertising signs are legal Canberra Times  8 June 10

    52. Peltzman, S. (1975). The effects of automobile safety regulation. Journal of Political Economy, 83 (4).

    53. Preusser, D.F., Lund, A.K., Williams, A.F., & Blomberg, R.D. (1988). Belt use by high-risk drivers before and after New York's seat belt use law. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 20 (4).

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    56. Rees, J. and Davey, J. (2000) Parliamentary Triangle is just the wrong venue Canberra Times  6 June 8

    57. Rock, S.M. (1993). Risk compensation and the Illinois seat belt use law. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 25 (5).

    58. Rumar, K., Berggrund, R., Jernberg, P., & Ytterbom, R. (1976). Driver reaction to a technical safety measure - studded tires. Human Factors, 18 (5).

    59. Rumar, K., Berggrund, U., Jernberg, P. and Ytterbom, U. (1976). Driver reaction to a technical safety measure. Human Factors, 18, 443-454.

    60. Saffer, H. (1991) Alcohol advertising bans and alcohol abuse:  an international perspective Journal of Health Economics 10, 65-79

    61. Saffer, H. (1997) Alcohol advertising and motor vehicle fatalities Review of Economics and Statistics 79(3), 431-442

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    63. Sagberg, F., Fosser, S. and Saetermo, I. F. (1997). An investigation of behavioural adaptation to airbags and antilock brakes among taxi drivers. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 29, 293-302.

    64. Schmidt, W. C. (1997). World-Wide Web survey research: Benefits, potential problems, and solutions. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, and Computers, 29, 274-279.

    65. Sears, D. O. (1986). College Sophomores in the Laboratory: Influence of a narrow database on social psychology's view of human nature. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 51, 515-530.

    66. Senior, C. and Smith, M. (1999). The internet... A possible research tool? The Psychologist, 12, 442-444.

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    68. Smith, M. A. and Leigh, B. (1997). Virtual subjects: Using the Internet as an alternative source of subjects and research environment. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, and Computers, 29, 496-505.

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    70. Stirling, T. (2000) V8 race should be elsewhere, Letter to the Editor Canberra Times  6 December 10

    71. Stradling, S. G., Meadows, M. L. and Beatty, S. (1999). Factors affecting car use choices. Report for the Department of Environment, Transport, and the Regions. Transport Research Institute, Napier University, Edinburgh.

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