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Marilyn Johnson
Marilyn Johnson
Senior Researcher, Monash University
E-mail confirmado em monash.edu
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Riding through red lights: The rate, characteristics and risk factors of non-compliant urban commuter cyclists
M Johnson, S Newstead, J Charlton, J Oxley
Accident Analysis & Prevention 43 (1), 323-328, 2011
1452011
Naturalistic cycling study: identifying risk factors for on-road commuter cyclists
M Johnson, J Charlton, J Oxley, S Newstead
Annals of Advances in Automotive Medicine/Annual Scientific Conference 54, 275, 2010
1442010
Why do cyclists infringe at red lights? An investigation of Australian cyclists’ reasons for red light infringement
M Johnson, J Charlton, J Oxley, S Newstead
Accident Analysis & Prevention 50, 840-847, 2013
1132013
Extending life on the bike: Electric bike use by older Australians
M Johnson, G Rose
Journal of Transport & Health, 2015
1032015
Bicycling crash characteristics: An in-depth crash investigation study
B Beck, M Stevenson, S Newstead, P Cameron, R Judson, ER Edwards, ...
Accident Analysis & Prevention 96, 219-227, 2016
902016
Safety in numbers? Investigating Australian driver behaviour, knowledge and attitudes towards cyclists
M Johnson, J Oxley, S Newstead, J Charlton
Accident Analysis & Prevention 70, 148-154, 2014
862014
Electric bikes–cycling in the New World City: an investigation of Australian electric bicycle owners and the decision making process for purchase
M Johnson, G Rose
Australasian Transport Research Forum, Brisbane, 2-4 October, 2013
642013
The impact of cognitive impairment on self-management in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: A systematic review
C Baird, J Lovell, M Johnson, K Shiell, JE Ibrahim
Respiratory medicine 129, 130-139, 2017
572017
Cyclists and open vehicle doors: Crash characteristics and risk factors
M Johnson, S Newstead, J Oxley, J Charlton
Safety Science 59, 135-140, 2013
572013
How much space do drivers provide when passing cyclists? Understanding the impact of motor vehicle and infrastructure characteristics on passing distance
B Beck, D Chong, J Olivier, M Perkins, A Tsay, A Rushford, L Li, ...
Accident Analysis & Prevention 128, 253-260, 2019
512019
Self-management of heart failure in dementia and cognitive impairment: a systematic review
J Lovell, T Pham, SQ Noaman, MC Davis, M Johnson, JE Ibrahim
BMC Cardiovascular Disorders 19 (1), 99, 2019
432019
Does the role of a bicycle share system in a city change over time? A longitudinal analysis of casual users and long-term subscribers
T Jain, X Wang, G Rose, M Johnson
Journal of Transport Geography 71, 45-57, 2018
382018
Exploring the process of travel behaviour change and mobility trajectories associated with car share adoption
T Jain, M Johnson, G Rose
Travel Behaviour and Society 18, 117-131, 2020
352020
Safer cycling in the urban road environment: study approach and protocols guiding an Australian study
M Stevenson, M Johnson, J Oxley, L Meuleners, B Gabbe, G Rose
Injury Prevention, injuryprev-2014-041287, 2014
272014
Cycling futures
J Bonham, M Johnson
University of Adelaide Press, 2015
262015
Naturalistic cycling study: Identifying risk factors for cyclists in the Australian capital territory
M Johnson, D Chong, J Carroll, R Katz, J Oxley, J Charlton
262014
Cyclists and red lights: a study of behaviour of commuter cyclists in Melbourne
M Johnson, J Charlton, J Oxley
AUSTRALASIAN ROAD SAFETY RESEARCH POLICING EDUCATION CONFERENCE, 2008 …, 2008
252008
Bicycle train intermodality: Effects of demography, station characteristics and the built environment
H Weliwitiya, G Rose, M Johnson
Journal of Transport Geography 74, 395-404, 2019
202019
The Impact of Cognitive Impairment in Dementia on Self‐Care Domains in Diabetes Mellitus: A Systematic Search and Narrative Review
T Santos, J Lovell, K Shiell, M Johnson, JE Ibrahim
Diabetes/metabolism research and reviews, e3013, 2018
202018
Cyclist-related content in novice driver education and training
J Bonham, M Johnson
Accident Analysis & Prevention 111, 321-327, 2018
192018
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