- The effects of external motivation and real-time automated feedback on speeding behavior in a naturalistic settingIan J Reagan
Office of Behavioral Safety Research, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, DC 20590, USA
Hum Factors 55:218-30. 2013..In this field experiment, the authors tested an alerting system and a monetary incentive system with the objective of reducing speeding more than 5 mph faster than the posted speed limit...
- Using naturalistic driving data to identify variables associated with infrequent, occasional, and consistent seat belt useIan J Reagan
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, United States
Accid Anal Prev 50:600-7. 2013..The results of this project may help focus messaging efforts to convert occasional and inconsistent seat belt users to consistent users...