Barry Watson
Barry Watson
Verified email at qut.edu.au
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Dialling and driving: Factors influencing intentions to use a mobile phone while driving
SP Walsh, KM White, MK Hyde, B Watson
Accident Analysis & Prevention 40 (6), 1893-1900, 2008
2662008
Examining the effectiveness of physical threats in road safety advertising: The role of the third-person effect, gender, and age
I Lewis, B Watson, R Tay
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 10 (1), 48-60, 2007
2132007
An application of the driver behaviour questionnaire in an Australian organisational fleet setting
J Davey, D Wishart, J Freeman, B Watson
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 10 (1), 11-21, 2007
2042007
The role of fear appeals in improving driver safety: A review of the effectiveness of fear-arousing (threat) appeals in road safety advertising.
I Lewis, B Watson, R Tay, KM White
International Journal of Behavioral Consultation and Therapy 3 (2), 203, 2007
2012007
How do other people influence your driving speed? Exploring the ‘who’and the ‘how’of social influences on speeding from a qualitative perspective
JJ Fleiter, A Lennon, B Watson
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 13 (1), 49-62, 2010
1922010
Mobile phone use while driving: An investigation of the beliefs influencing drivers’ hands-free and hand-held mobile phone use
KM White, MK Hyde, SP Walsh, B Watson
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 13 (1), 9-20, 2010
1792010
Comparing safety climate factors as predictors of work-related driving behavior
AR Wills, B Watson, HC Biggs
Journal of safety research 37 (4), 375-383, 2006
1792006
Promoting public health messages: Should we move beyond fear-evoking appeals in road safety?
IM Lewis, B Watson, KM White, R Tay
Qualitative Health Research 17 (1), 61-74, 2007
1702007
The relative impact of work-related stress, life stress and driving environment stress on driving outcomes
P Rowden, G Matthews, B Watson, H Biggs
Accident Analysis & Prevention 43 (4), 1332-1340, 2011
1692011
Factors predicting intentions to speed in a work and personal vehicle
S Newnam, B Watson, W Murray
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 7 (4-5 …, 2004
1652004
Effects of average speed enforcement on speed compliance and crashes: A review of the literature
DW Soole, BC Watson, JJ Fleiter
Accident Analysis & Prevention 54, 46-56, 2013
1612013
Response efficacy: The key to minimizing rejection and maximizing acceptance of emotion-based anti-speeding messages
IM Lewis, B Watson, KM White
Accident Analysis & Prevention 42 (2), 459-467, 2010
1572010
Understanding the psychosocial factors influencing the risky behaviour of young drivers
B Scott-Parker, B Watson, MJ King
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 12 (6), 470-482, 2009
1542009
The speed paradox: the misalignment between driver attitudes and speeding behaviour
J Fleiter, B Watson
2005 Australasian Road Safety Research, Policing & Education Conference, 187-192, 2005
1522005
Changing drivers' intentions and behaviours using fear-based driver fatigue advertisements
R Tay, B Watson
Health Marketing Quarterly 19 (4), 55-68, 2002
1462002
An examination of message-relevant affect in road safety messages: Should road safety advertisements aim to make us feel good or bad?
I Lewis, B Watson, KM White
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 11 (6), 403-417, 2008
1452008
Internet versus paper‐and‐pencil survey methods in psychological experiments: Equivalence testing of participant responses to health‐related messages
I Lewis, B Watson, KM White
Australian Journal of Psychology 61 (2), 107-116, 2009
1412009
A further exploration of sensation seeking propensity, reward sensitivity, depression, anxiety, and the risky behaviour of young novice drivers in a structural equation model
B Scott-Parker, B Watson, MJ King, MK Hyde
Accident Analysis & Prevention 50, 465-471, 2013
1172013
Can organisational safety climate and occupational stress predict work-related driver fatigue?
C Strahan, B Watson, A Lennonb
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 11 (6), 418-426, 2008
1142008
Extending the explanatory utility of the EPPM beyond fear-based persuasion
I Lewis, B Watson, KM White
Health Communication 28 (1), 84-98, 2013
1072013
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