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Understanding attitudes to priorities at side road junctions (2019)
Journal Article
Flower, J., & Parkin, J. (2019). Understanding attitudes to priorities at side road junctions. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 62, 246-257. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trf.2019.01.005

Junctions are places of interaction and hence conflict for all road users. Two thirds of all collisions in built up areas occur at junctions, with pedestrians and cyclists being most at risk. The aim of the research is to investigate the attitudes... Read More about Understanding attitudes to priorities at side road junctions.

Trust in an autonomously driven simulator and vehicle performing maneuvers at a T-junction with and without other vehicles (2018)
Book Chapter
Morgan, P. L., Williams, C., Flower, J., Alford, C., & Parkin, J. (2018). Trust in an autonomously driven simulator and vehicle performing maneuvers at a T-junction with and without other vehicles. In N. Stanton, & J. Kacprzyk (Eds.), Advances in Human Aspects of Transportation Proceedings of the AHFE 2018 International Conference on Human Factors in Transportation, July 21–25, 2018, Loews Sapphire Falls Resort at Universal Studios, Orlando, Florida, USA, 363-375. Springer

Autonomous vehicle (AV) technology is developing rapidly. Level 3 automation assumes the user might need to respond to requests to retake control. Levels 4 (high automation) and 5 (full automation) do not require human monitoring of the driving task... Read More about Trust in an autonomously driven simulator and vehicle performing maneuvers at a T-junction with and without other vehicles.

Field testing of the ACCESS materials: a portfolio of materials to assist health workers to identify children with disabilities and offer simple advice to mothers (2005)
Journal Article
Wirz, S., Edwards, K., Flower, J., & Yousafzai, A. (2005). Field testing of the ACCESS materials: a portfolio of materials to assist health workers to identify children with disabilities and offer simple advice to mothers. International Journal of Rehabilitation Research, 28(4), 293-302

Children in less-developed countries with mild to moderate disabilities often remain unidentified until school age. Delayed identification leads to less successful interventions for most children and risks secondary disabilities. The disability group... Read More about Field testing of the ACCESS materials: a portfolio of materials to assist health workers to identify children with disabilities and offer simple advice to mothers.

Collaboration in disability policies (2000)
Journal Article
Chapuis, L., Flower, J., Wirz, S., Jennings, B., & Jackson, K. (2000). Collaboration in disability policies. International Journal of Rehabilitation Research, 23(2), 81-89

Collaboration between stakeholders of disability policies in the South and in the North.

Rhetoric or reality? The participation of disabled people in NGO planning (2000)
Journal Article
Flower, J., & Wirz, S. (2000). Rhetoric or reality? The participation of disabled people in NGO planning. Health Policy and Planning, 15(2), 177-185. https://doi.org/10.1093/heapol/15.2.177

User involvement in planning is now well established in the fields of both health and development. This study looks at one particular client group, namely disabled people, and addresses the question: How do selected European-based international non... Read More about Rhetoric or reality? The participation of disabled people in NGO planning.