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Curriculum Vitae of Gerald J.S. Wilde, Ph.D.


 

I     education

 

1.    Secondary Education: Gymnasium (Beta programme),Deventer, The Netherlands, 1945-1951

2.    Military Service in Dutch Army, paramedic training (conscripted): 1951-1953

3.    B.A. (Psychology):University of Amsterdam, 1955

4.    M.A. (Psychology): University of Amsterdam, 1959 (cum laude)

5.    Ph.D. (Faculty of Mathematics and Physical Sciences) University of Amsterdam, 1962 (cum laude)

 

ii   positions held


1.    Lecturer at University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 1959-1962

2.    Lecturer at University of Utrecht, the Netherlands, 1962-1964

3.    Research psychologist, Psychosomatic Research Unit, Amsterdam University Hospital, the Netherlands, 1962- 1964

4.    Visiting professor, City University of New York, (Hunter College) USA, 1964-1965

5.    Assistant professor, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario        , Canada, 1965-1966

6.    Associate professor, Queen’s University, 1966-1971

7.    Professor, Queen’s University, 1971-1997

8.    Visiting Scientist, Organisme National de Sécurité Routière, France, 1971-1972

9.    Visiting Professor, University of Groningen, the Netherlands, 1978-1979

10.  Professor Emeritus, Queen’s University, 1997-present

 

 

iii   awards and fellowships

 

1.    Rockefeller Foundation (USA), grant for international study (inDenmark), 1957.

2.    Visiting Scientist’s Award of the French Government, 1971-1972.

3.    Visiting Scientist’s Award, Dutch National Research Council, January-August 1979.

4.    National Research Council (Canada), travel fellowship (toFrance) in relation to Sabbatical Leave, 1971-1972.

5.    Department of External Affairs, Ottawa, for travel toAustralia, 1977.

6.    Department of Transportation Canberra, Australia, Grant for travel inAustralia, 1977.

7.    Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada: research fellowship in relation to sabbatical leave (partly spent inFrance), 1983-1984.

8.    Visiting Scientist’s Award, Institut National de Recherche sur les Transports et leur Sécurité. Paris, France, Summer 1988.

9.    Visiting Scientist’s Award, Bureau suisse de prévention des accidents (BPA), Berne, Switzerland, January-March, 1995.

10.  Visiting Scientist’s Award, Dutch National Research Council (NWO),Groningen, May-August, 1995.

 

 

iv    teaching experience 


Psychometrics, personality theory, educational measurement, behaviour modification, abnormal psychology, social psychology, mass media communication effects, ergonomic (aka human factors) psychology, accident causation theory, accident prevention.

 

v     research experience


1959-1970: psychometric approaches to personality assessment; consumer behaviour; psychosomatic medicine. 1965-1968: heritability of individual differences; behaviour modification in the addictions; sensory deprivation.


1969-present: the ergonomics of fitting the human-made environment (the workplace, traffic environment, etc.) to human performance capabilities and limitations; traffic behaviour and accident causation; mass communication theory and its application to the alleviation of behavioural problems of societal concern, job satisfaction, risk taking, effect of alcohol upon performance.

 

vi    administrative and related experience (only major commitments mentioned):


a)     At Queens’s University:


1.    Clinical Training Programme, Dept. of Psychology, Queen’s University (1965-66), Chairman.

2.    Admissions Committee, Faculty of Arts and Science, Queen’s University (1968-1970), member and later chairman

3.    Chairman, Special Admissions Panel, Queen’s University (1972-1975).

4.    Ethics Procedures Committee, Dept. of Psychology, Queen’s University (1972-1973), chairman.

5.    Vice-Principal’s Advisory Committee on Occupational and Environmental Health, Queen’s University (1977-1984), member.

6.    Feasibility Committee regarding Contract Research and Consulting in Applied Psychology, Dept. of Psychology, Queen’s University (1978-1981), chairman.

7.    Social Programmes Evaluation Group, Queen’s University, Executive Committee (1980-1981, member),

8.    Undergraduate Admissions Advisory Committee (1980-1984), member.

9.    Michener Visitor Subcommittee (1981-1984), chairman.

10. The Council, Canadian Institute for Guided Ground Transport, Queen’s University, (1979-1984), member.

11. Nominating Committee, Faculty of Arts and Science (1986-1989), member.

12.  Queen’s University’s Senate (1986-1989), elected member on behalf of the School of Graduate Studiesand Research.

13. Elected (by Senate) member of the Advisory Research Committee (1988-1989).

14. Advisory Committee to the CanadianInstitute of Guided Ground Transport, Queen’s University (1987-1996).

15. Search Committee, new director for Canadian Institute of Guided Ground Transport (1989-1991).

16. Search Committee, Bader Chair in Northern Baroque Art (1991-1994).

17. Chair, Major Ethics Review Committee (1990-1993).

18. Ergonomics Steering Committee (1989 - 1998).

 

b)     outside Queen’s University:


1.     Research Board, Dutch Psychological Association (1962-1964), member.

2.     Board of Directors, Clinical Division of the Dutch Psychological Association (1963-1964), member.

3.     Committee on Distribution and Use of Psychological Tests, Ontario Psychological Association (1968-1969), member.

4.     Team Committee on Road Safety Research of the Canadian Institute of Engineering (1967-1969), member.

5.     Research Correlation Committee of the Roads and Transportation Association of Canada, (1969-1973), member.

6.     Research Group on the Scientific Evaluation of Safety Campaigns, Road Research Programme, Organisation de Cooperation et de Développement Economiques (OECD) Paris, France (1970-1975), chairman.

7.     AUCC Foreign Post-Graduate Fellowship Committee, Canada (1970-1971), member.

8.     Kingston Executive Committee of “Operation Thank You Canada” (commemoration of Holland’s liberation by the Canadian Forces in 1945) (1970-71), member, Ontario.

9.     Subcommittee on Road Safety Campaigns, Canada Safety Council (1970-1971), member.

10.   Canadian Association for the Advancement of Netherlandic Studies, (1972-1977), president.

11.   California Task Force on Driver Improvement, (1974-1975), member.

12.   Sub-Group III on the Use of Mass Media for the Promotion of Pedestrian Safety OECD/ECMT (European Conference of Ministers of Transport) Paris, France (1975-1979), chairman.

13.   Health Promotion Committee, Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox and Addington District Health Council, Ontario (1983-1985), member.

14.   Editorial Board of the journal Disaster Management (1988-1992), member.

15.   Scientific Review Committee for research on Treatment Programme Evaluation, Research on Drug Abuse Programme of Health and Welfare Canada; Ottawa, and the Medical Research Council, (1975-1977), member.

16.   Editorial Board of the Safety Science (formerly Journal of Occupational Accidents (1989-2005), member.

17.   Editorial Board of the JournalRecherche - Transports - Sécurité, Paris, France (1989-1998), member.

18.   International Committee on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, Stockholm, Sweden, (1986-present), member.

19.   Scientific Programme Committee, International Symposium on Young Drivers’ Alcohol and Drug Impairment, Amsterdam, the Netherlands (September 13-15, 1986), member.

20.   Scientific Programme Committee, Eleventh International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, Chicago, Chicago, Ill., USA (October 24-27, 1989), member.

21.   Scientific Programme Committee, 23rd Annual conference of the Human Factors Association of Canada,Ottawa, (September 26-28, 1990), member.

22.   Symposium Organizer, First European Congress of Psychology, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, (July 3-7, 1989).

23.   Human Factors Association of Canada, Chair, Scientific Programme Committee, annual conference, (1990).

24.   Editorial Board, Accident Analysis and Prevention (1991-1995), member.

25.   Symposium Organizer, 2nd European Congress of Psychology, Budapest, Hungary, (July 8-12, 1989).

26.   Symposium Organizer, 23rd International Congress of Applied Psychology, Madrid, Spain, (July 17-22, 1989).

27.  Symposium Organizer, International Conference on Traffic and Transport Psychology, Valencia, Spain, May 22-25, 1996

28.   International Association of Applied Psychology, Member of the Executive of the Division of Traffic and Transportation Psychology.

29.            Member, Expert Panel for Review of Search and Rescue Canada,Ottawa, 1996-97.

30.   Member, Expert Panel for Review of Intergovernmental Cooperation, Search and Rescue Canada,Ottawa, January 1998.

31.   Member, International Committee Programme, European Conference on Transport Psychology. Université catholique de l’ouest, Angers, France, June 16-19, 1999.

32.   Member, advisory committee on driver training and licensing, Canadian Standards Association, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2007.

33.  Member, Editorial Board for The Open Occupational Health & Safety Journal, 2008-present.

 

 

vii          consulting experience


a)     Consulting services performed for agencies, laboratories and government departments (which deal with transportation safety) in Sweden, Finland, The Netherlands, West Germany, France, Ireland, Washington (D.C.), California, Michigan, Côte d’Ivoire (West Africa), New Zealand, Canada (Federal and Provincial: Quebec, Saskatchewan, British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario), the State of São Paulo (Brazil), Switzerland (Bureau suisse de prevention des accidents), Australia (Australian Road Research Board, Canberra ACT), Provincial Police Academy (of the Ontario Provincial Police) in Orillia, Ontario;


b)     Performed for other agencies, including law offices (re: expert testimony involving the criminal code, the highway traffic act, litigation for accident injury, health damage due to cigarette smoking, and a public inquiry regarding a mining disaster, i.e., the Westray Public Inquiry, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada) <http://psyc.queensu.ca/faculty/wilde/westray.html>; market research companies (on the use of psychology in consumer research); Health and Welfare Canada, Ottawa (on the use of mass communications in the prevention of drug abuse); Search and Rescue Secretariat (Ministry of National Defence), Ottawa, Canada; Canadian Mountain Holidays (risk assessment and risk management in helicopter skiing), Banff, British Columbia, Canada; Search and Rescue Canada (prevention of Search and Rescue incidents); Transportation Development Centre, Transport Canada, Montreal (on trucking safety); TranSys Research Ltd. Kingston, Ontario, Canada (on railway crossing safety).


c)     Performed for documentary programmes of various television stations (e.g., CTV Toronto; BBC and Discovery Channel, London, Great Britain, CBC, Toronto; Finnish National Television, Helsinki, Finland).

 

 

viii books


1.     Wilde, G.J.S. Neurotische labiliteit gemeten volgens de vragenlijstmethode (The questionnaire measurement of neuroticism; with a summary in English)Amsterdam, van Rossen, 1963 (176 pages).

2.     Groen, J., van der Valk, J.M., Treurniet, N., Kits van Heijningen, H., Pelser, J.E. and Wilde, G.J.S. Het acute myocordinfarct; een psychosomatische studie (Acute myocardial infarction: a psychosomatic study).Haarlem, Bohn, 1965 (340 pages).

3.     Wilde, G.J.S. Neurotische labiliteit gemeten volgens de vragenlijstmethode. Tweede vermeerderde uitgave [as above No. 1, second enlarged edition), Amsterdam: van Rossen, 1970 (215 pages).

4.     Berry, J., and Wilde, G.J.S. (Eds.) Social Psychology: The Canadian Context,Toronto, McClelland and Stewart, 1972 (378 pages).

5.     van Dijl, H. en Wilde, G.J.S. Handleiding bij de Amsterdamse Biografische Vragenlijst voor Kinderen - ABVK. Amsterdam: van Rossen, 1982 (144 pages).

6.     Trimpop, R.M. and Wilde, G.J.S. (Eds.) Challenges to Accident Prevention: The Issue of Risk Compensation Behaviour. Styx Publications,Groningen, theNetherlands, 1994 (150 pages).

7.     Wilde, G.J.S. Target risk: Dealing with the danger of death, disease and damage in everyday decisions. Toronto: PDE Publications (234 pages). Also distributed on the Internet <http://psyc.queensu.ca/target>.

8.     Wilde, G.J.S. Riesgo Desado? El comportamiento humano ante el peligro. Versión al español: Ing. L. Daniel Ramírez I. Mexico City: Asociacion Mexicana de Higiene y Seguridad, 2001 (323 pages). <http://www.darsegu.com/content/view/22/74/>

8a.   Russian translation of item #7: <http://dqa.paideia.ru/kaph/bekman/web/epist03.shtml> and

         <http://www.avtoclub.org.ru/books/gomeostas/gomeo-0.php>,

         <http://otipb.ucoz.ru/_ld/10/1045_857100093.pdf>

9a.   Wilde, G.J.S. TargetRisk 2: A New Psychology of Health and Safety: What works, what doesn’t and why…. Toronto: PDE Publications, 2001 (255 pages).

9b. Wilde, G.J.S. O Limite Aceitavel do Risco (Portuguese version of item #9, translated by Prof. Reinier Rozestraten), São Paulo SP, Brazil: Casa do Psicologo, 2005, 318 pages) www.casadopsicologo.com.br Selected parts available on the web: http://books.google.com/books?id=SL9ARZb-f0AC&pg=PP1&lpg=PP1&dq=rozestraten%2Bwilde&source=web&ots=DzHSiLgYJT&sig=d4nU-F7vZfJZB3GYu42FoC-WlIQ#PPA127,M1gYJT&sig=d4nU-F7vZfJZB3GYu42FoC-WlIQPPA127,M1

9c   Wilde, G.J.S, The Japanese Translation (by Prof. Shiguru Haga) of my book "Target Risk 2" (Toronto: PDE Publications, 2001), published by Shinyo-sha, Publishers,Tokyo, March 2007. <http://bookweb.kinokuniya.co.jp/htm/9784788510333.html>

 

ix   chapters in books


1.      Barendregt, J.T., Aris-Dijkstra, M., Diercks, L.M.J. and Wilde, G.J.S. The Rorschach Test as a Means of Testing the Hypothesis of Psychosomatic Specificity: A cross-Validation Study. Chapter III (20 pages) in Barendregt, J.J. (Ed.) Research in Psychodiagnostics, The Hague-Paris, Mouton, 1961, 33-64.

2.      Barendregt, J.T., de Bruin, A.T. and Wilde, G.J.S. Psychological Variables Correlated with Psychosomatic Diseases. Chapter VIII (16 pages) in Barendregt, J.T. (Ed.) Research in Psychodiagnostics, The Hague-Paris, Mouton, 1961, 122-137.

3.      Wilde, G.J.S. Behaviour Therapy for Addicted Cigarette Smokers. Chapter VII, Negative Reinforcement: Escape and Avoidance (3 pages) in Wenrich, W.W., Shellenberger, F.F. and Strahan, R.J. Conditioning and the Modification of Maladaptive Human Behaviour, New York, Associated Educational Services Corporation, 1968.

4.      Philipp, R.L., Wilde, G.J.S. and Day, J.H. Suggestion and Relaxation in Asthmatics, Chapter in Olthuis, F.H., (Ed.) Psychosomatiek: Het Groenboek. Meppel (Holland), Broom, 1973.

5..    Thompson, W.R. and Wilde, G.J.S. Behaviour Genetics. Chapter II (24 pages) in Wolman, B.J. (Ed.) Handbook of General Psychology.New York, Wiley, 1973, 206-229.

6.      Wilde, G.J.S. Trait Description and Measurement by Personality Questionnaires. Chapter III in Cattell, R.B. and Dreger, R.M. (Eds.) Handbook for Modern Personality Theory,New York, Wiley, 1977, 69-103.

7.      Wilde, G.J.S. On the choice of denominator for the calculation of accident rates. S. Yagar, Transport Risk Assessment,University ofWaterloo Press,Ontario, 1984, 139-154.

8.      Wilde, G.J.S., Claxton-Oldfield, S.P. and Platenius, P.H. Risk homeostasis in an experimental context. In L. Evans and R. Schwing (Eds.) Human Behavior and Traffic Safety.New York: Plenum, 1985, 119-142.

9.      Wilde, G.J.S. Risk homeostasis theory and its implications for highway safety. In M.V. Del Barrio et al.: II Seminario de Formación Vial. Valencia (Spain): Departamento de Psicologia General, Universidade de Valencia, 1985, 139-160.

10.   Wilde, G.J.S. Epilogo. In J. Soler and F. Tortosa, Psicologia y tráfico.Vaullibres,Valencia (Spain), 1987, 315-318.

11.   Wilde, G.J.S. and Hieatt, D. Information Processing, Chapter 4 in Study Guide: Ergonomics (Toronto:HumberCollege), 1987.

12.   Wilde, G.J.S. Motivational Factors for Safety and Health, Chapter 6 in Study Guide: Ergonomics (Toronto:HumberCollege), 1987.

13.   Joly, R. and Wilde, G.J.S. The effect of BAC at .08% by volume upon skill and risk-taking tendency in a response-timing task. In Noordzij, P.C. and Roszbach R. (Eds.) Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety (Amsterdam: Elsevier) 1987, 173-176.

14.   Wilde, G.J.S. Incentives for Safe Driving and Insurance Management. In C.A.Osborne, Report of Inquiry into Motor Vehicle Accident Compensation in Ontario, Vol.II. Published by the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General and the Ministry of Financial Institutions, Queen’s Printer forToronto, 1988, 464-511.

15.   Wilde, G.J.S Risk homeostasis theory applied to a fictitious instance of an individual driver’s decision making. In T. Rothengatter and R. de Bruin (Eds). Road User Behaviour: Theory and Research.Wolfeboro,NH: Van Gorcum, 1988, 66-76.

16.   Wilde, G.J.S. Risk taking in psychomotor and cognitive tasks as a function of probability of loss, skill and other person-related variables. In T. Rothengatter and R. de Bruin (Eds). Road User Behaviour: Theory and Research.Wolfeboro,NH,USA:Van Gorcum, theNetherlands, 1988, 120-126.

17.   Wilde, G.J.S. Risk homeostasis theory and its promise for improved safety. In Trimpop, R.M. and Wilde, G.J.S. (Eds.) Challenges to accident prevention: The issue of risk compensation behaviour. Styx Publications,Groningen, theNetherlands, 1994

18.   Heino, A., Van der Molen, H.H. and Wilde, G.J.S. Electrodermale responses en verbale schattingen als risico-indicatoren bij automobilisten. In J.A. Rothengatter en H. Korteling (Eds.), Verkeerspsychonomie in Nederland, Assen, NL: Van Gorcum, 1992, 21-41.

19.   Heino, A., Van der Molen, H.H., and Wilde, G.J.S. Electrodermal responses and verbal risk estimates as indicators of perceived level of risk during a car-driving task. In R.M. Trimpop and G.J.S. Wilde, (Eds.). Challenges to accident prevention: The issue of risk compensation behaviour.Groningen, theNetherlands:Styx Publications, 1994.

20.   Wilde, G.J.S. New techniques for determining subjects’ risk-taking tendency in their task performance. In R.M. Trimpop and G.J.S. Wilde, (Eds.). Challenges to accident prevention: The issue of risk compensation behaviour.Groningen, theNetherlands:Styx Publications, 1994.

21. Wilde, G.J.S. Accident models: Risk homeostasis. Chapter 56.10 in Jeanne. M. Stellman (Editor-inChief), ILO Encyclopeadia of Occupational Health and Safety (4th edition).Geneva,Switzerland: International Labour Office, 1998.

22.   Wilde, G.J.S. Incentive Programmes. Chapter 60.16 in Jeanne. M. Stellman (Editor-in-Chief), ILO Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety (4th edition).Geneva,Switzerland: International Labour Office, 1998.

23.   Wilde, G.J.S.  Habent sua fata libelli. Foreword in R.M. Trimpop, The psychology of risk-taking behavior.Amsterdam: North-Holland, 1994.

24.   Heino, A., Van der Molen, H.H., and Wilde, G.J.S.  Effect van beloningen voor veilig rijden op rijsnelheid en risicoperceptie.  Chapter in F.J.J.M. Steyvers and P.G.M. Miltenberg (Eds.), Gedragsbeïnvloeding in verkeers-  en vervoersbeleid. Haren, theNetherlands: Traffic Research Centre, 1996 , pp. 71-73.

25.   Wilde, G.J.S. Improving Trucking Safety and Profitability through Safety Incentive Schemes. Chapter in F.F. Saccomanno and J.H. Shortreed (Eds.), Truck Safety: Perceptions and Reality.Waterloo,Ontario,Canada: The Institute for Risk Research, 1996 (ISBN0-9696747-7-5).

26.   Wilde, G.J.S. Two challenges to driver education: Improvement of risk perception and reduction of risk acceptance. In Schulz, U. (Ed.), Wahrnehmungs-, Entscheidungs- und Handlungsprozesse beim Führen eines Kraftfahrzeu gs: Zum Gedenken an Ulrich Tränkle.Münster,Germany: LIT Verlag, 1997, pp. 15-40.

27.   Wilde, G.J.S. The concept of target risk and its implications for accident prevention strategies. In A. M. Feyer and A. Williamson (Eds.), Occupational Injury: Risk, Prevention and Intervention. London: Taylor and Francis, 1998, pp. 82-105.

28.   Wilde, G.J.S. Risk homeostasis: A Synopsis. In Herzberg, A.M. and Krupka, I.(Eds.). Statistics, Science and Public Policy. II Hazards and Risks.Kingston,Ontario: Queen’s University, 1998 (ISBN 0-88911-817-5), pp. 39-45.

29. Wilde, G.J.S. Risk homeostasis. In Saito, I. And Kawana, Y. (Eds.)The handbook of experimental social psychology 7: Applied social psychology [in Japanese].Tokyo: Seishin Shobo Publishers, 1999, pp. 101-104.

30. Wilde, G.J.S. The awareness and acceptance of risk acceptance at Westray. In McCormick, C. (ed.), The Westray Chronicles. A Case Study in Corporate Crime,Halifax,Nova Scotia: Fernwood Publishing, 1999, pp. 97-116.

31.   Wilde, G.J.S. Alcohol, Fatigue, Inattention and Other Immediate Causes of Accidents and Their Significance for an Effective Accident Prevention Strategy. In von Holst, H., Nygren, A. and Andersson, A. Transportation, Traffic Safety and Health – Human Behaviour.Berlin: Springer, 2000, pp. 181-202.

32. Wilde, G.J.S. On the homeostasis of risk. Chapter 1 in Hennessy, D.A. and Wiesenthal, D. L. (Eds) Contemporary Issues in Road User Behavior, Nova Science Publishers, Hauppauge, New York, 2005, pp. 3-12.

33. Wilde, G.J.S. Risk homeostasis theory and its implications for road accident prevention, Chapter in "Towards Future Traffic Safety Research" (H. Monterde-i-Bort  and D. Moreno-Ribas, Eds.).Palmero Edicciones,Spain, (to be published in 2008).

34.  Wilde, G.J.S. (2013). Homeostasis drives behavioural adaptation. Chapter 5 in Rudin-Brown, C.M.  and Jamson, S.L. [Eds]. Behavioural adaptation and road safety. Baton Rouge: CRC Press.

35.  Wilde, G.J.S.  (2013). Applying the risk-homeostatic paradigm to improvement of safety and lifstyle-dependent health.  Chapter 21 in Rudin-Brown, C.M.  and Jamson, S.L. [Eds]. Behavioural adaptation and road safety. Baton Rouge: CRC Press.

 

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x       book reviews written


1.      Driving Passion, by Marsh, P. and Collett, P, London: Jonathan Cape, 1986, for the Whig-Standard Magazine,   1987.

2.      Risk Watch, by Urquhart, J. and Heilmann, K. New York: Facts on File Publications, 1987, for At the Centre, Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety, 1988, 10, 18-19.

3.      Individual behaviour in the control of danger, by Hale, A.R. and Glendon, A.I. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 1987), for Accident Analysis and Prevention, 1988, 20, 327-329.

4.      Psychosocial aspects of disaster, by Gist, R. and Lubin, B. (Eds.), New York: Wiley, 1989, for Disaster Management, (1990).

5       Work design in practice, by C.M. Haslegrave, J.R. Wilson, E.N. Corlett and I. Manenica (Eds.), Journal of Organizational Behavior, 1994, 15, 191-192.

6.      Dealing with Risk; Why the Public and the Experts Disagree on Environmental Issues, by H.W. Margolis, University of Chicago Press, 1996, for International Statistical Institute, Short Book Reviews, Vol. 17, 1997, pp. 42-43.   

 

xi           Journal Articles


1.    Wilde, G.J.S. and Barendregt, J.T. Toetsing van de hypothese der psychosomatische specificiteit met behulp van de vier-platen-test van Van Lennep (Testing hypothesis of psychosomatic specificity by means of Van Lennep’s Four Picture Test). Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie, 1957, 12, 38-55.

2.    Barendregt, J.T., Aris-Dijkstra, M., Diercks, L.J. and Wilde, G.J.S. De Rorschach test als middel tot toetsing van de hypothese der psychosomatische specificiteit (An evaluation of the Rorschach test as a means of testing hypotheses of psychosomatic specificity). Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie, 1958, 13, 173-189.

3.    Weber, A., Wilde-Ninaber, W.A. and Wilde G.J.S. Enkele psychologische aspecten van vacantiereizen naar het buitenland in groepsverband (A comparative psychological study of group and individual travellers abroad). Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie, 1958, 13, 129-160.

4.    Wilde, G.J.S. Het effect van verpakking op de verkoop; enkele praktische gezichtspunten bij het onderzoek (The effect of packaging on sales: Some research issues). Revue der Reklame, July, 1958.

5.    Ogilvie, R.G. and Wilde, G.J.S. Harmonisch marktonderzoek (Balanced market research). Revue der Reklame, June 1959.

6.    Ogilvie, R.G. and Wilde, G.J.S. Marktonderzoek, stand van zaken en ontwikkeling (Psychological market research, status praesens and developments). Maatschappijbelangen, 1959, 7, 351-355.

7.    Wilde, G.J.S. De vier-platen-test van Van Lennep als middel tot toetsing van de hypothese der psychosomatische specificiteit (An evaluation of Van Lennep’s Four-Picture-Test as a means of testing the hypothesis of psychosomatic specificity). Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie, 1960, 15, 145-157.

8.    Oosterhuis, H.J.G.H. and Wilde, G.J.S. Psychiatric Aspects of Myasthenia Gravis. Psychiatria, Neurologia, Neurochirurgia, 1964, 67, 484-496.

9.    Wilde, G.J.S. Behaviour Therapy for Addicted Cigarette Smokers: A Preliminary Investigation. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 1964, 2, 107-109. (reprinted as Chapters in Books, No.3)

10.  Wilde, G.J.S. Inheritance of Personality Traits; an investigation into the hereditary determination of neurotic instability, extraversion and other personality traits by means of a questionnaire administered to twins. Acta Psychologica, 1964, 12, 145-154.

11.  Wilde, G.J.S. Social Desirability Set Interindividual Differences in Item Desirability, and Validity of Neuroticism Questionnaires. Acta Psychologia, 1964, 12, 145-154.

12.  Wilde, G.J.S. Psychologie in de psychiatrische universiteitskliniek; enige bevindingen omtrent de werkwijze van psychologische afdelingen in psychiatrische universiteitsklinieken in Nederland en Engeland en enkele suggesties t.a.v. de opleiding van klinische psychologen (Psychology in University Institutes of Psychiatry; some observations regarding psychology departments in university institutes of psychiatry in the Netherlands and in Great Britain, and some suggestions with regard to the training of clinical psychologists.) Mededelingen van het Instituut v. Clinische en Industriele Psychologie van de Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht, entire No. 6, October 1964.

13.  Wilde, G.J.S. Can Personality be Measured? A Commentary. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 1964, 8, 317-318.

14.  Treurniet, N. and Wilde, G.J.S. Untersuchung einiger Psychosomatischen Hypothesen mit Hilfe der kontinuierlichen intraarteriellen Blutdruckmessung bei einem Patienten mit essentieller Hypertonie. (Psychosomatic hypotheses investigated by means of continuous intra-arterial blood pressure measurements in an essential hypertension patient). Psyche, 1966, 20, 54-66.

15.  Wilde, G.J.S. The Significance of Decided and Query Answers to Lie-Items in a Personality Questionnaire. British Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 1966, 5, 37-41.

16.  Gillissen, J.P.A., Wilde, G.J.S. and van Dijl, H. De mate van neuroticisme bij patienten met neusverstoppingen. (The degree of neuroticism in patients with vasomotor rhinitis). Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde, 1967, 111, 210-214.

17.  Wilde, G.J.S. Critical aspects of behaviour therapy with special reference to the addictions. Ontario Psychological Association Quarterly, 1967, 20, 75-78.

18.  Gendreau, P.E., Freedman, N.L., Wilde, G.J.S. and Scott, G.D. Stimulation seeking after seven days of perceptual deprivation. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1968, 26, 547-550.

19.  Gendreau, P.E., Horton, J.G., Hooper, D.G., Freedman, N., Wilde, G.J.S. and Scott, G.D. Perceptual deprivation and perceptual skills: some methodological considerations. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1968, 27, 57-58.

20. Gendreau, P., Freedman, N., Wilde, G.J.S., and Scott, G.D. (1968). Stimulation seeking after seven days of perceptual deprivation. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 26, 547-550.

21.  Gendreau,. P., Horton, J.G., Hooper, D.G., Freedman, N., Wilde, G.J.S., and Scott, G.D. (1968). Perceptual deprivation and perceptual motor skills: Some methodological considerations. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 27, 57-58.

22.  Wilde, G.J.S. Het effect van persoonlijkheid en situatie op het antwoordproces in de ABV: een repliek. (Trait and situational effects upon the personality questionnaire response process). Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie, 1969, 24, 405-416.

23.  Wilde, G.J.S. and Fortuin, S. Self-report and Error-Choice; an application of the error-choice principle to the construction of personality test items. British Journal of Psychology, 1969, 60, 101-108.

24.  Paton, R.T. and Wilde, G.J.S. The influence of three reinforcement modifications on perception in psychotic children. The Canadian Psychologist, 1970, 11, 261-268.

25.  Philipp, R.L. and Wilde, G.J.S. Stimulation seeking behaviour and extraversion. Acta Psychologica, 1970, 32, 269-280.

26.  Wilde, G.J.S. and de Wit, O. Self-report and Error-Choice; Individual differences in the operation of the error-choice principle and their validity in personality questionnaire items. British Journal of Psychology, 1970, 61, 219-228.

27.  Wilde, G.J.S. An experimental study of mutual behaviour imitation and person perception in MZ and DZ twins: implications for an experimental psychometric analysis of heritability coefficients. Acta Geneticae Medicae et Gemellologiae, 1970, 19, 273-279.

28.  Williams, R.A., Cousins, L.S. and Wilde, G.J.S. Communication, Media, and Audience Effects upon Attitude change with regard to Automobile Safety Responsibility. Behavioral Research in Highway Safety, 1971, 1, 155-171.

29.  Gendreau, P., Freedman, N.L., Wilde, G.J.S. and Scott, G.D. Changes in EEG Alpha Frequency and Evoked Response Latency during Solitary Confinement. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 1972, 79, 54-59.

30.  Phillip, L.R., Wilde, G.J.S. and Day, J.H. Suggestion and Relaxation in Asthmatics. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 1972, 16, 193-204. (reprinted as Chapters in Books, No. 4)

31.  Wilde, G.J.S. Social Psychological Factors and the Use of Mass Publicity. Canadian Psychologist, 1973, 14, 107.

32.  Wilde, G.J.S. Wirkung und Nutzen von Verkehrssicherheitskampagnen: Ergebnisse und Forderungen - ein Überblick. Zeitschrift für Verkehrssicherheit (Munich) 1974, 20, 227-238.

33.  Wilde, G.J.S. Evaluation de l’efficacité de l’éducation du public et des programmes d’ information relativement à l’alcool, à la drogue et à la sécurité routière. Toxicomanies, 1975, 8, 117-134.

34.  Wilde, G.J.S. Social Interaction Patterns in Driver Behaviour; an Introductory Review. Human Factors, 1976, 18, 477-492.

35.  Wilde, G.J.S., Cake, L. and McCarthy, M.B. Driver Behaviour at Signalized Railroad Crossings. Zeitschrift fur Verkehrssicherheit (Munich), 1976, 4, 163-169.

36.  Brandt, D.E. and Wilde, G.J.S. A Technique for Controlling Speech Disfluencies Induced by Delayed Auditory Feedback. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 1977, 2, 149-156.

37.  Wilde, G.J.S. Etude psychologique de la préocupation des conducteurs pour la sécurité routière et de leurs opinions sur les moyens de lutter contre l’alcoolisme au volant. Toxicomanies, 1977, 10, 163-187.

38.  Browning, J.J. and Wilde, G.J.S. L’effet de l’alcool sur la perception du risque dans des situations simulées et réalistes de conduite en automobile. Toxicomanies, 1977, 10, 253-267.

39.  Wilde, G.J.S. Theories der Risikokompensation der Unfallverursachung und praktische Folgerungen fur die Unfallverhütung. Hefte zur Unfallheilkunde, 1978, 130, 134-156.

40.  Wilde, G.J.S. Sozialverhalten von Verkehrsteilnehmern und Theorien der Unfallverursachung. Gruppendynamik, 1978, 9, 163-282.

41.  Wilde, G.J.S. Immediate and Delayed Feedback in Driver Interaction. International Review of Applied Psychology, 1980, 29, 439-460.

42.  Wilde, G.J.S. and Stinson, J.F. Injuries in Locomotive Cabs. Journal of Safety Research, 1980, 12, 179-184.

43.  Wilde, G.J.S. and Murdoch, P.A. Incentive Systems for Accident-Free and Violation-Free Driving in the General Population. Ergonomics, 1982, 25, 879-890.

44.  Wilde, G.J.S. and Stinson, J.F. The Monitoring of Vigilance in Locomotive Engineers. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 1983, 15, 87-93.

45.  Wilde, G.J.S. The theory of Risk Homeostasis: Implications for Safety and Health. Risk Analysis, 1982, 2, 209-225.

46.  Wilde, G.J.S. Critical Issues in Risk Homeostasis Theory: A reply. Risk Analysis, 1982, 2, 249-258.

47.  Wilde, G.J.S. Evidence refuting the theory of risk homeostasis? A rejoinder to Frank P. McKenna. Ergonomics, 1984, 27, 294-304.

48.  Wilde, G.J.S. and Kunkel, E.  Die begriffliche und empirische Problematik der Risikokompensation. Zeitschrift für Verkehrssicherheit, 1984, 30, 52-61.

49.  Wilde, G.J.S. The use of incentives for the promotion of accident-free driving. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 1985, Supplement No. 10, 161-168.

50.  Wilde, G.J.S. Assumptions necessary and unnecessary to risk homeostasis. Ergonomics, 1985, 28, 1531-1538.

51.  Wilde, G.J.S. Beyond the concept of risk homeostasis: Suggestions for research and application towards the prevention of accidents and lifestyle-related disease. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 18, 1986, 377-401.

52.  Wilde, G.J.S. Notes on the interpretation of traffic accident data and of risk homeostasis: A reply to L. Evans Risk Analysis, 6, 95-101, 1986.

53.  Wilde, G.J.S. The Q’Code: A Simple System for Small-Computer Coding of Antique maps. Cartographica, 22, 60-76, 1985.

54.  Wilde, G.J.S. Metodos para promover segurança no trànsîto e uso do cinto de segurança. Psicologia e Trànsito, 2, 13-17, 1985 (Brazil).

55.  Wilde, G.J.S. Risk homeostasis theory and traffic accidents: propositions, deductions and discussion of dissension in recent reactions: Ergonomics 1988, 31, 441-468.

56.  Carr, A.J. and Wilde, G.J.S. Effects of actual and potential stressor control on physiological and self-reported stress response. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 1988, 6, 371-387.

57.  Wilde, G.J.S. Accident countermeasures and behavioural compensation: the position of risk homeostasis theory, Journal of Occupational Accidents, 1989, 10, 267-292.

58.  Platenius, P.H. and Wilde, G.J.S. Personal characteristics related to accident histories of Canadian pilots. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine, 1989, 60, 42-45.

59.  Wilde, G.J.S. Véhicule informatisé et sécurité routière. Recherche Transports Sécurité, No. 26, Juin 1990, 29-36.

60.  Wilde, G.J.S. Economics and Accidents: A Commentary. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 1991, 24, 81-84.

61.  Lonero, L.P. and Wilde, G.J.S. Get your incentive program off the ground. Occupational Health and Safety Canada, 1992, 8, 62-71.

62.  Wilde, G.J.S. Effects of mass media communications upon health and safety habits of individuals: An overview of issues and evidence. Addiction, 1993, 88, 983-996.

63.  Ward, N.J., and Wilde, G.J.S. A comparison of vehicular approach speed and braking between day and night-time periods at an automated railway crossing.  Safety Science, 1995, 19, 31-44.

64.  Ward, N.J. and Wilde, G.J.S. Field observation of advance warning/advisory signage for passive railway crossings with restricted lateral sightline visibility: An experimental investigation.  Accident Analysis and Prevention, 1995, 27, 185-197.

65.  Burns, P.C. and Wilde, G.J.S. Accident history related to driving styles and sensation seeking personality: The case of the taxi driver.  Personality and Individual Differences, 1995, 18, 267-278.

66.  Ward, N.J. and Wilde, G.J.S. Driver approach behaviour at railway crossings before and after enhancement of lateral sight distances: An experimental investigation of a risk perception and behavioural compensation hypothesis.  Safety Science, 1996, 22, 63-75.

67.  Heino, A., van der Molen, H.H. and Wilde, G.J.S. Risk perception, risk taking, accident involvement and the need for stimulation. Safety Science, 1996, 22, 35-48.

68.  Björgvinsson, Th. and Wilde, G.J.S. Risky health and safety habits related to perceived value of the future. Safety Science , 1996, 22, 27-34.

69.  Heino, A., van der Molen, H.H. and Wilde, G.J.S. Risk experience between sensation avoiders and sensation seekers. Personality and Individual Differences, 1996, 20, 71-79.

70.  Ward, N.J. and Wilde, G. J.S. Driver approach behaviour at an unprotected way crossing before and after enhancement of lateral sight distances: An experimental investigation of a risk perception and  behavioural compensation hypothesis. Safety Science, 1996, 22, 63-76.

71.  Simonet, S. and Wilde, G.J.S. Risk: Perception, acceptance and homeostasis. Applied Psychology: An International Review , 1997, 46, 235-252.

72.  Wilde, G.J.S. Risk homeostasis theory: An overview. Injury Prevention , 1998, 4, 89-91.

73.  Wilde, G.J.S., Gerszke, D. and Paulozza, L. Risk optimization training and transfer.      

        Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 1998, 1, 77-93.

74. Wilde, G.J.S. Targeting Risk. Recovery, 1998, 9, 18-19. Also accessible at: <http://www.icbc.com/oldrecover/Volume9/Number2/TargetingRisk/>

75.  Arnedt, J.T., Wilde, G.J.S., Munt, P.W. and MacLean, A.W. Simulated driving performance following prolonged wakefulness and alcohol consumption: Separate and combined contributions to impairment. Journal of Sleep Research, 2000, 9, 233-241.

76   Arnedt, J.T., Wilde, G.J.S., Munt, P.W. and MacLean, A.W. How do prolonged wakefulness and alcohol compare in the decrements they produce on a simulated driving task? Accident Analysis & Prevention, 2001, 33, 337 - 344.

77. Wilde, G.J.S , Robertson, L.S. and Pless, I.B. For and Against: Does risk homeostasis theory have implications for road safety? Invited article. British Medical Journal, 324, 2002, 1149-1152.

78.  Wilde, G.J.S. (2009). Roadside aesthetic appeal, driver behaviour and safety. Canadian Journal of Transportation, 3, (e-journal): <http://journals.hil.unb.ca/index.php/CJT/article/view/15258/16418>..

79. Wilde, G.J.S. (2011) Risicohomeostase in een notedop. Almanak voor Economie en Econometrie 2011-2012, Erasmus Universiteit, Rotterdam, the Netherlands, pp.62-63.

80. Wilde, G.J.S. (2013). The reduction of novice drivers’ accidents requires improved perception and reduced acceptance of risk. Questions Vives, Recherches en Education [Universite de Marseile, France] <http://questionsvives.revues.org/>.

 

 

 

xii          papers in published conference proceedings


1.      Wilde, G.J.S. Psychological factors in traffic safety. Proceedings, Conference on Highway Research, The Engineering Institute of Canada, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, October 19, 1968.

2.      Wilde, G.J.S. Panelist at the Seminar on the Medical Aspects of Safe Driving, organized by the Ontario Department of Transport, Toronto, May 1970. Printed report of the proceedings, Toronto, Ontario, Canada,  1970.

3.      Wilde, G.J.S. Road Safety Publicity: Status Quo and Future Developments. Proceedings, International Conference on the Design of Safety Campaigns, Rome, Italy, October 13-15, 1971.

4.      Wilde, G.J.S. General Survey and Efficiency and Effectiveness of Road Safety Campaigns: Achievements and Challenges. Proceedings, International Conference on Road Safety Campaigns. The Hague, the Netherlands, October 19-20, 1972.

5.      Wilde, G.J.S. How to induce behaviour change in the general population. Proceedings, National Conference on Fitness and Health, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, December 4-6, 1972.

6.      Wilde, G.J.S. Some psychological aspects of sanctions as means of controlling road-user behaviour. Proceedings, Workshop on the use of Sanctions in Controlling Behaviour on the Roads. Centre of Criminology, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, December 13-14, 1972.

7.      Wilde, G.J.S., Brown, I.D.R. and Cake, L.J. The effects of different campaign components upon behaviour change in road users. First International Conference on Driver Behaviour, Zürich, Switzerland, Oct. 8-12, 1973 (abstract only).

8.      L’Hoste, J.L., Labadie, M.J. and Wilde, G.J.S. Conception et experimentation d’une campagne d’incitation au port de la ceinture de sécurité. First International Conference on Driver Behaviour, Zurich, Switzerland, Oct. 8-12, 1973 (abstract only).

9.      Wilde, G.J.S. and Niepold, R. Estimation subjective du danger lors de manuoevres de dépassements en fonction de l’expérience du conducteur. First International Conference on Driver behaviour, Zurich, Switzerland, Oct. 8-12, 1973 (abstract only).

10.   Wilde, G.J.S. “An Observational Study of Road-User Behaviour at Railway Crossings”. Proceedings of a Seminar on Research and Innovations in Guided Ground Transport, April 16-17, 1974, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

11.   Wilde, G.J.S. Evaluation of Effectiveness of Public Education and Information Programmes Related to Alcohol, Drugs, and Traffic Safety. Proceedings, Sixth International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs, and Traffic Safety, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Sept. 8-13, 1974.

12.   Wilde, G.J.S. and Kluger, J.H. L’influence héréditaire sur la performance etudiée au moyen de jumeaux. Actes, Premier symposium québécois en performance motrice et comportement humain, Université de Québec à Trois-Rivières, Québec, Canada,
les 20-21 septembre 1974.

13.   Wilde, G.J.S. Commentary, Proceedings, Expert Conference on the Prevention of Alcohol Problems. University of California, Berkeley, California, USA, Dec. 9-11, 1974.

14.   Wilde, G.J.S. Social Interaction Pattern in Driver Behaviour. Driver Betterment Research Colloquium, (summaries of discussions and recommendations published), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA, June, 1975.

15.   Wilde, G.J.S., Cunningham, L. and McKay, C. Adoption of Shoulder Belt Use and Changes in Driver Attitudes in Response to the Ontario Seat Belt Legislation: Report on Aggregate Data. Proceedings, Annual Conference of the Traffic Injury Research Foundation of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, October 6-8, 1976.

16.   Wilde, G.J.S. The Risk Compensation Theory of Accident Prevention. Proceedings, Twelfth Annual Convention of the Austrian Traumatological Society, Salzburg, Austria, October 7-9, 1976.

17.   Browning, J.J. and Wilde, G.J.S. The effect of Beverage Alcohol on Perceived Risk under Realistic and Simulated Traffic Conditions. Proceedings, Seventh International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, Melbourne, Australia, January 24-28, 1977.

18.   Wilde, G.J.S. A psychological study of drivers’ concern for road safety and their opinions of various public policy measures against drinking and driving. Proceedings, Seventh International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, Melbourne, Australia, Jan. 24-28, 1977, 410-424.

19.   Wilde, G.J.S. Safety Messages for Pedestrians and Cyclists. Rapporteur’s statement at the OECD/OCDE Conference on Pedestrians and Cyclist’s Safety, Paris, France, May 14-16, 1979 (proceedings prepublished).

20.   Wilde, G.J.S. The Amber Light Problem. Proceedings, Symposium on Traffic Safety, Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Groningen, the Netherlands, June 7, 1979.

21.   Wilde, G.J.S. Gestion et stratégie de la sécurité routière: le point de vue d’un chercheur. Proceedings, Symposium sur la gestion de la security routière au Québec, Montréal, Canada. November 18-20, 1979.

22.   Wilde, G.J.S. A Critical view of Countermeasure Development and Evaluation. Proceedings, 8th International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, Stockholm, Sweden,. June 15-19, 1980, 1145-1159.

23.   Wilde, G.J.S. and Stinson, J.F. Vigilance Equipment in Locomotive Cabs. Proceedings, 14th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors Association of Canada, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Oct. 1-2, 1981, 28-32.

24.   Klima, G., Wilde, G.J.S. and Von Konigslow, R. Training of Computer Text Editing Skill. Proceedings, 14th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors Association of Canada, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Oct. 1-2, 1981, 111-114.

25.   Wilde, G.J.S. Objektive und subjektive Sicherheit im Wechselwirkungsbereich Fahrer-Strasse: Die Theorie der Risikohomoeostase. Vortraege anlaesslich des Seminars der Forschungsgruppe Berlin, Berlin, Germany, 5./6. November, 1981, 18-26.

26.   Wilde, G.J.S. and Stinson, J.F. Alertness Monitoring in Train Driving: Development of a New Design Concept. Proceedings, Symposium, Canadian Institute of Guided Ground Transport, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, Feb. 22-26, 1982.

27.   Jonah, B., Dawson, N., McGregor, C. and Wilde, G.J.S. Promoting Seat Belt Use: A comparison of Three Approaches. Proceedings, 26th Annual Conference of the American Association for Automotive Medicine, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Oct. 4-6, 1982, 167-181.

28.   Wilde, G.J.S. Reward and Punishment in Traffic Safety Management. Proceedings, Provincial Conference on Traffic Safety for Community Leaders. Vancouver, B.C., Canada,  Nov. 17-19, 1982.

29.   Wilde, G.J.S. Incentive Programmes as an Alternative Approach to Accident Reduction in Young Drivers. Proceedings, International Symposium on Young Driver Accidents, Banff, Alberta, Canada, Nov. 2-5, 1983.

30.   Wilde, G.J.S. On the choice of denominator for the calculation of accident rates. Proceedings, Symposium on Risk Transport. University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, December 6-7, 1983, 139-154.

31.   Wilde, G.J.S. Homeostatic Mechanisms in the Causation of Mortality due to Accidents and Lifestyle-Dependent Disease. Third International Conference on System Science in Health Care, Munich, F.R. Germany, July 16-20, 1984, 342-345.

32.   Wilde, G.J.S. Directions for research and application for the purpose of safety and lifestyle-dependent health promotion, based upon risk homeostasis theory. Proceedings, Annual meeting of the Institute of Management Science and the Organizational Research Society of America, April 29 - May 1, 1985 Boston Mass, USA (abstract only).

33.   Grant, B.A. and Wilde, G.J.S. Perceived risk: Its measurement and variability across four types of roadway. Proceedings, 18th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors Association of Canada. Sept 27-28, 1985, Hull, Quebec, Canada.

34.   Wilde, G.J.S. La théorie du risque homéostatique: les débats actuels. Proceedings, ATEC 86 International Conference on the Lack of Road Safety, Paris, France, June 9-13, 1986.

35.   Platenius, P.H. and Wilde, G.J.S. Personal characteristics related to accident histories of Canadian pilots. Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, Columbus, Ohio, USA, April 27-30, 1987, 739-745.

36.   Wilde, G.J.S., Hay, M.C. and Brites, J.N.  An analysis of video-recorded driver behaviour at level railway crossings. Proceedings, 22nd Annual Conference of the Human Factors Association of Canada, Toronto Conference Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Nov. 27-29, 1989, 271-275.

37.   Wilde, G.J.S., Trimpop, R.M. and Joly, R. The effects of various amounts of alcohol upon risk taking tendency and confidence in task performance. Proceedings, 11th International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety. Chicago, Ill., USA, Oct. 24-27, 1989, 494-499.

38.   Wilde, G.J.S. Questioning the progress: the matter of yardsticks and the influence of the economic juncture. Proceedings, 11th International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, Chicago, Ill., USA, Oct. 24-27, 1989, 106-114.

39.   Wilde, G.J.S. How do the benefits of DUI countermeasures compare with their costs? Why raise the question? Proceedings, 11th International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, Chicago, Ill., USA, Oct. 24-27, 1989, pp. 125-130.

40.   Wilde, G.J.S. Issues that Remain: Commentary on Session Three. Proceedings Enforcement and Rewarding Strategies and Effects. International Road Safety Symposium organized by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, Copenhagen, Denmark, September 19-21, 1990, 157-163.

41.   Wilde, G.J.S. Risk homeostasis theory and its promise for improved safety. Proceedings, TV Symposium 124: Risk Homeostasis? Nurmes, Finland, August 7-10, 1989, 4-30.

42.   Wilde, G.J.S. Accident prevention through incentives for safety in industry and road traffic: an analysis of international experience. Invited paper, Proceedings of the Thirteenth International GIs Summer Symposium “Der Mensch und seine Risiken in Gesellschaft, Technik und Umwelt - psychologisch pädagogisch, soziologisch-, Gelsenkirchen, Germany,  , June 15-17, 1992, 61-69.

43.   Wilde, G.J.S. (1992). Modification of driver behaviour through incentives for accident-free driving: implications for automobile insurance practices. Paper presented at The International Conference on Automobile Insurance and Road Accident Prevention, OECD, Amsterdam, the Netherlands..

44.   Heino, A., van der Molen, H.H. en Wilde, G.J.S. Individuele verschillen in autorijgedrag en risicoperceptie (individual differences in driver behaviour and risk perception). Poster presented at BBC Conference, Biologisch Centrum, Haren, Groningen, the Netherlands, December 14, 1992 (abstract published in proceedings), 54-55.

45.   Heino, A., van der Molen, H.H. en Wilde, G.J.S. Individuele verschillen in autorijdrag and risicoperceptie. Paper presented at The Annual Conference of Psychology in the Netherlands, November 19-20, 1992, the Netherlands (abstract published in proceedings), 34.

46.   Wilde, G.J.S. Improve risk perception and reduce risk acceptance: Two proposals for driver education”. Proceedings, Novice Driver Education Symposium, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta,  Canada, April 22-23, 1993; published by the Alberta Motor Association.

47.   Björgvinsson, Th. and Wilde, G.J.S. Risky health and safety habits related to the perceived value of the future. 23rd International Congress of Applied Psychology, Symposium “Risk homeostasis theory: Current perspectives”, Madrid, E., Spain, July 18-22, 1994 (abstract only).

48.   Wilde, G.J.S. Improving trucking safety and profitability by safety incentive schemes. Paper presented at the conference Truck Safety: Perceptions and Reality (organized by the Institute for Risk Research at the University of Waterloo, Ontario), Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Sept. 11-13, 1995.

49.   Wilde, G.J.S. Accident risk: Perception, acceptance and homeostasis. 3rd International Conference on Injury Prevention and Control. Melbourne, Australia, Feb. 18-22, 1996.

50.   Wilde G.J.S. Reducing risk acceptance by incentives for safety. Presentation in the Round Table Session: Self Responsibility and Regulation in Road Safety. 3rd International Conference on Injury Prevention and Control. Melbourne, Australia, Feb. 18-22, 1996.

51.   Wilde, G.J.S. The concept of target risk and accident prevention strategies. 1996 Occupational Injury Symposium, Worksafe Australia, Sydney, Australia, Feb. 24-27, 1996.

52. Björgvinsson, Th. and Wilde, G.J.S. Drivers’ risky habits and their perception of the value of the future. International Conference on Traffic and Transport Psychology, Valencia, Spain, May 22-25, 1996 (abstract only).

53.   Wilde, G.J.S., Gerszke, D. and Paulozza, L. Risk optimization training and transfer. International Conference on Traffic and Transport Psychology, Valencia, Spain, May 22-25, 1996 (abstract only).

54.   Wilde, G.J.S. Target Risk. Invited address, Risk-Based Asset Management for Dams, Reservoirs and Hydro Plants; The 1997 H.G. Acres Seminar, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, May 9, 1997 (abstract only).

55. Wilde, G.J.S. Risk Homeostasis Theory: An Overview. Proceedings, 1977 Wilderness Risk Managers Conference, Snowbird, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, Oct. 12-14, 1997, pp. 3-6.

56. Wilde, G.J.S. To improve Safety per Unit Distance of Mobility is to Increase Mobility per Head of Population. Proceedings of the Second World Congress on Safety of Transportation. Delft, the Netherlands, Feb. 18-20, 1998, pp. 356-362.

57.   Wilde, G.J.S. Alcohol, fatigue, inattention and other immediate causes of accidents: Their significance for an effective accident prevention strategy. Invited address, presented at the Fourth Annual Conference on Transportation, Traffic Safety and Health organized by the Karolinska Institute, WHO and Volvo, Tokyo, Japan, Oct. 21-22, 1998 (proceedings in press)

58.  Wilde, G.J.S. Do traffic calming devices reduce the accident rate per head of population or per unit distance driven? Presented at the Traffic Safety Summit 1998. Lodge at Kananaskis, Alberta, Canada, Oct. 4-7, 1998, http://www.ama.ab.ca/trafsafe/traf_safe_summit/presnt34.pdf.

59.  Wilde, G.J.S. Risk homeostasis Theory: Overview. Proceedings of the 1999 Wilderness Risk Management Conference, Sierra Vista, Arizona, USA, October, 14-16, 1999, pp. 4-7

60.  Wilde, G.J.S. Enhancing workers’ and drivers’ interest in their own safety. Proceedings, MAA Young Drivers Seminar, Sydney, NSW, Australia, March 31, 2000. http://www.smartrisk.ca/learningseries/2002-11-25_riskhomeo/risktheory2.pdf

61.  Wilde, G.J.S. Risk Homeostasis Theory: An Overview. Keynote address, Canadian Society of Safety Engineering, Annual Conference, Calgary, Alberta, , Oct. 24-27, 2000.

62. Wilde, G.J.S. Risk Homeostasis or The Limits to Safety. Invited paper presented at the NATO CCMS (Committee on the Challenges of Modern Society) Natural Hazards Meeting, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Oct.9-10, 2003.

xiii         technical reports


1.      Wilde, G.J.S. ABV (Amsterdam Personality Inventory) Personality questionnaire with 8 scoring categories, keys, manual, separate percentile norms for sex and age groups. Special forms for use in Flemish Belgium. Amsterdam, van Rossen, 1962.

2.      Burger, A.W., Wilde, G.J.S. and de Waard, J.A.A., Voorlopige Handleiding bij de Graffelschaal (Behaviour rating scales and manual for use in occupational therapy settings). Published by van Rossen, Amsterdam, 1966.

3.      Wilde, G.J.S. and van Dijl, H. ABV-K (Amsterdam Personality Inventory for children between 8 and 15 years). Four scoring keys, manual, percentile norms for male and female subjects. Amsterdam, van Rossen, 1967.

4.      Wilde, G.J.S. and Curry, G.A. Psychological Aspects of Road Research: A Study of the Literature 1959-1968. Published by Road and Motor Vehicle Traffic Safety, Ministry of Transport, Ottawa, 1970 (144 pages).

5.      Berry, J. and Wilde, G.J.S. Social Psychology of Canada, an Annotated Bibliography, Queen’s University, Dept. of Psychology, 1971 (96 pages).

6.      Wilde, G.J.S., L’Hoste, J., Sheppard, D. and Wind, G. Road Safety Campaigns: Design and Evaluation. The Use of Mass Communications for the Modification of Road User Behaviour. Published by the O.E.C.D. (i.e., Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development), Paris, France, 1971 (76 pages). Also published in French: Campagnes de Sécurité Routière, Calcul et Evaluation.

7.      Curry, G., Hieatt, D., Young, R., and Wilde, G.J.S. Portable Instrumentation for Driver Behaviour Research. Queen’s University Studies of Safety in Transport, Report No. 71-1, prepared for Traffic Safety, Transport Canada, July 1971.

8.      Laidlaw, J.B., and Wilde, G.J.S. A Validation Study of Tapping Performance as a Measure of Perceptual Processing Load. Queen’s University Studies of Safety in Transport, Report No. 71-3 to the Ministry of Transport, Road and Motor Vehicle Traffic Safety Branch, August 1971.

9.      Ganton, N., and Wilde, G.J.S. Verbal Ratings of Estimated Danger by Drivers and Passengers as a Function of Driving Experience. Queen’s University Studies of Safety in Transport; Report to Road and Motor Vehicle and Traffic Safety, Ministry of Transport, July 1971.

10.   Wilde, G.J.S. Alcohol and Highway Safety, A review in Quest of Remedies. Report CTS la 74, Road and Motor Vehicle Traffic Safety, Ministry of Transport, Ottawa, Canada, 1974. Report on the NATO/Committee on the Challenges of Modern Society.. Also published in French: Alcool et sécurité routière; une étude visant à découvrir des remèdes à ce problème.

11.   Wilde, G.J.S., Cake, L.J. and LeBrasseur, R. Mass Media Safety Campaigns: an Annotated Bibliography of Recent Developments 1970-1973. Prepared for the United States Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington, D.C., 1974 (208 pages).

12.   McGaughey, T.P., Michaut, G.M.E. and Wilde G.J.S. Work-rest schedules and vigilance problems of railway operating personnel. Canadian Institute of Guided Ground Transport, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, June 1974. (31 pages).

13.   Wilde, G.J.S. and McCarthy, M.B. An Observational Study of Road User Behavior at Railroad Crossings. Progress Report in the Annual Report, No. 73-11, of the Canadian Institute for Guided Ground Transport, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, June 1974.

14.   Curry, G.A., Hieatt, D.J. and Wilde, G.J.S. Task Load in the Motor Vehicle Operator: A comparative Study of Assessment Procedures. Published by Road and Motor Vehicle Traffic Safety, Ministry of Transport, Report CR7504, Ottawa, 1975 (267 pages).

15.   Wilde, G.J.S., Cake, L.J. and McCarthy, M.B. An Observational Study of Driver Behaviour at Signalized Railroad Crossings. Published by the Canadian Institute of Guided Ground Transport, Report No. 75-16, Queen’s University, Kingston, 1975 (136 pages).

16.   Wilde, G.J.S., O’Neil, B., and Cannon, D. A psychometric investigation of drivers’ concern for road safety and their opinion of various measures for accident prevention. Queen’s University, Studies of Safety in Transport, prepared for Road and Motor Vehicle Traffic Safety, Ministry of Transport, Ottawa, 1975 (269 pages).

17.   Wilde, G.J.S. The effectiveness of mass communication and legal measures on alcohol and traffic safety. New Directions in Alcoholism, Cassette Tape A-21. Faces West Productions, San Francisco, California, 1975 (35 minutes).

18.   Browning, J.J. and Wilde, G.J.S. Research in Drinking and Driving: A short Review and Annotated Bibliography of Research Interests Conducted, Report to Road and Motor Vehicle Traffic Safety, Ministry of Transport, Ottawa, 1975, (32 pages).

19.   Smith, C.A., and Wilde, G.J.S. Accident Reporting in the Mass Media: A Pilot Study. Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Studies of Safety, Ministry of Transport, Ottawa, Sept. 1975.

20.   MacFeeters, L., and Wilde, G.J.S. The Effects of Sensory Restriction Upon Perception of Driving Speed at Thirty Miles per Hour and Below. Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Studies of Safety in Transport, Report to Traffic Safety, Transport Canada, Ottawa, June 1975.

21.   Wilde, G.J.S., O’Neil, B., and Cannon, D. Drivers’ Safety Mindedness and Opinions of Public Policies for Accident Prevention. Traffic Safety, Transport Canada, Ottawa, 1975.

22.   Wilde, G.J.S. Shoulder Belt Use Related to Sex, Age, Moving Speed and Weather Conditions. Transport Canada, Traffic Safety, Report TP 1093/Cr 7709, Ottawa, 1977.

23.   Wilde, G.J.S., and Ackersviller, M.J. Accident Reporting in the Canadian Daily Press, Part I: Content Analysis of Twelve Newspapers in Ontario and Quebec. Queen’s University, Studies of Safety in Transport. Report prepared for Traffic Safety, Transport Canada, Ottawa, July 1977.

24.   Wilde, G.J.S., and Ackersviller, M.J. Accident Reporting in the Canadian Daily Press, Part II: Readership Analysis. Queen’s University, Studies of Safety in Transport. Report prepared for Traffic Safety, Transport Canada, 1977.

25.   Wilde, G.J.S. Mass Media Communications for Pedestrian Safety. Report to the Road Research Programme of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (Paris) (58 pages). Published by the United Kingdom Transport and Road Research Laboratory, Crowthorne, Berkshire, 1978.

26.   Ackersviller, M.J., and Wilde, G.J.S. Accident Reporting in the Canadian Daily Press, Part III: Experimental Evaluation of a Modified Reporting Style. Queen’s University, Studies of Safety in Transport. Report prepared for Traffic Safety, Transport Canada, 1979.

27.   Murdoch, P.A. and Wilde, G.J.S. Reward and Punishment in Driver Behaviour; A Study of Legal and Socio-Economic Means for Improving Drivers’ Concern for Road Safety. Queen’s University. Studies of Safety in Transport. Report published by the Ministry of Transportation and Communications, Toronto, 1980.

28.   Wilde, G.J.S., and Stinson, J.F. Human Factors Considerations in Locomotive Cab Design. Published by the Canadian Institute of Guided Ground Transport, Report No. 80-9, Queen’s University, Kingston, 1980 (178 pages).

29.   Feyerer, N.M. and Wilde, G.J.S. Driver approach behaviour at signalized rural intersections. Published by the Ministry of Transportation and Communications, Research and Development Division, Toronto, Ontario, 1980 (50 pages).

30.   Wilde, G.J.S. and Ackersviller, M.J. Accident Journalism and Traffic Safety Education. Transport Canada, Traffic Safety, Report No. TP 3659 E/CR 8202, Ottawa, 1981 (75 pages).

31.   Wilde, G.J.S. and Ackersviller, M.J. La communication des accidents par les media et l’éducation à la sécurité routière. Transports Canada, Sécurité routière. Rapport TO 3659 F/CR 8202, Ottawa, 1981 (French translation of above).

32.   Palmer, D.L. and Wilde, G.J.S. A Model of Consumer Behaviour Relative to Energy Conservation. Prepared for Transport Canada, Traffic Safety in Connection with the Workshop on Promoting Fuel Efficient Driver Behaviour, Ottawa, March 23-24, 1982 (36 pages).

33.   Wilde, G.J.S. and Ackersviller, M.J. The Effect of Posting Observed Driver Behaviour upon Subsequent Driver Response: The Case of Moving Speed Prepared for Transport Canada, Traffic Safety, July 1982 (54 pages).

34.   Grant, B.A., Jonah, B A, Wilde, GJS & Ackersviller-Mont, E, M. The use of feedback to encourage seat belt wearing (TMRU 8301). Road Safety and Motor Vehicle Regulation Dictorate, Ottawa, Canada, 1983.

35.   Buck, L., Dewar, R., and Wilde, G.J.S. Hinton Train Collision: Submission to the Honourable Mr. Justice René Paul Foisy, prepared by a Technical Committee of the Human Factors Association of Canada, Rexdale, Ont., March 1986 (17 pages).

36.   Platenius, P.H., and Wilde G.J.S. “ A psychometric study of Canadian pilot licence holders and their aviation accident risk”. Prepared for Aviation Safety Bureau, Canadian Aviation Safety Board, Canadian Transport Commission, Ottawa), July 1986.

37.   Wilde, G.J.S. “Safety Campaigns”, Chapter XI in “OECD Road Safety Research: A Synthesis”, published by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, Paris, 1986.

38.   Hauer, E., and Wilde, G.J.S. Grade crossing safety: a review of data and methods. Commissioned by the Canadian Transportation Commission (Ottawa) March 1987.

39.   Wilde, G.J.S., Hay, M.C., and Brites, J.N. Video-recorded driver behaviour at railway crossings: approach speeds and critical incidents.  Prepared for Transportation Development Centre Transport Canada. Canadian Institute for Guided Ground Transport, Report No. 87-6, December 1987)

40.   Wilde, G.J.S. Véhicule informatisé et sécurité routière. INRETS, Paris, France, Sept. 1989

41.   Wilde, G.J.S. Focus on broadcast alcohol advertising: mass media communications and their persuasive effect. Technical report commissioned by the Alcohol and Other Drugs Directorate, Health and Welfare Canada, March 1989.

42.   Heino, A., Van der Molen, H.H., and Wilde, G.J.S. Risk-homeostatic processes in car following behaviour: electrodermal responses and verbal risk estimates as indicators of the perceived level of risk during a car driving task. Report VK 90-22, Verkeerskundig Studiecentrum, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, 1991.

43.   Burns, P.C. and Wilde, G.J.S. Risk taking in make taxi drivers: relationships among personality, experimental measures, observational data, and driver records. Technical Report on a study supported by the Coordinator of Highway Safety Research Grant Programme, Ministry of Transportation, Ontario (vii+129 pages), November, 1992.

44.   Ward, N.J. and Wilde, G.J.S. The effect of visual obstruction and signage upon motorist behaviour at railway crossings: An experimental investigation. Final Technical Report to the Ontario Ministry of Transportation Rail Office (Agreement #2130-9390-790) (xvii + 173 pages), December, 1992.

45.   Lonero, L.P., Clinton, K.M., Wilde, G.J.S., Roach, K., McKnight, A.J., MacLean, H. and Guastello, S.J. and Lamble, R.W. The roles of legislation, education and reinforcement in changing road user behaviour. Toronto, Ontario: Safety Research Office, Safety Policy Branch, Report SRO-94-102, ISBN 0-7778-2827-8, Ministry of Transportation, July 1994 (273 pages).

46.   Lonero, L.P., Clinton, K.M., Wilde, G.J.S, Holden, R.R., McKnight, A.J., McKnight, S. and Young, M. Awareness of risk and self restricted driving in older drivers. (report SRO-93-103, ISBN 0-7778-3166-X) Toronto, Ontario: Safety Research Office, Safety Policy Branch, Ministry of Transportation.

47.   Wilde, G.J.S. Improving trucking safety and profitability by safety incentive schemes. Prepared for Transportation Development Centre, Transport Canada, July 1995, Report Nr. TP 12305E.

         Also published in French: Amélioration de la sécurité et de la rentabilité du camionnage par des mesures incitatives, Rapport No. TP12305F, Centre de développement des transports, Transport Canada.

48.   Wilde, G.J.S. and Simonet, S.L. Economic fluctuations and the traffic accident rate in Switzerland: A longitudinal perspective. Bureau suisse de prévention des accidents, Berne CH, 1996 (27 pages). http://www.bfu.ch/German/forschung/Forschungsergebnisse/pdfForschungergebnisse/Pilotstudien/R9615.pdf.

49.   Lonero, L., Clinton, K., Brock, J., Wilde, G., Laurie, I. and Black, D. Novice driver education: Model curriculum outline. AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, 1440 New York Avenue, N.W., Suite 201, Washington, D.C. 20005, March 1995 (95 pages).

50.   Lonero, L.P., Clinton, K., Wilde, G.J.S., Roach, K. McKnight, A.J., MacLean, H. Guastello, S. J., and Lamble, R.W. In search of safer roads: What works in changing road user behaviour. Report SRO-95 102 (ISBN 0-778-4354-0), Safety Research Office, Safety Policy Branch, Minstry of Transportation, Ontario, Oct. 1995. (25 pages).

51.   Wilde, G.J.S. Risk awareness and risk acceptance at the Westray Coal mine: An attempt to undestand miners’ perceptions, motivations and actions prior to the accident. Report submitted to the Westray Mine Public Inquiry (Halifax, NS), April 1997. (21 pages). Also accessible on the web: <http://psyc.queensu.ca/faculty/wilde/westray.html>

52.   V. Knowles, B. Persaud, M. Parker, Jr., G. Wilde, "Safety, Speed & Speed Management," Transport Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, March 1997.

53.   Barton, R., Tardif L.P., Wilde G.J.S. and Bergeron, J. (1998). “Incentive Programs for Enhancing Truck Safety and Productivity: A Candian Perspective. Report No. TP 13256E. Montreal, Quebec: Transportation Development Centre, Transport Canada, 52 pages).

54.   As above: Egalement disponible en français: “Programmes d’incitation à la sécurité et à la productivité dans le secteur du camionage; Point de vue canadien. Rapport Nr. Report No. TP 13256F. Montréal, Québec: Centre de développment des transports , Transports Canada (67 pages).

55.   Barton, R., Bergeron, J., Marchand, R., Tardif, L.-P. and Wilde, G. How to implement incentive programs for safety and productivity: guidelines for transport fleets. Montreal: Transportation Development Centre, Transport Canada, Report TP 13413 E , March 1999.

56.   As above: Egalement disponible en français: Barton, R., Bergeron, J., Marchand, R., Tardif, L.-P. and Wilde, G. La mise en œuvre de programmes incitatives relatif à la sécurité et la productivité: Lignes directrices pour parcs de camions. Montréal,: Centre de développment des transports , Transports Canada, Rapport TP 13413 F , mars 1999.

57. English, G. and Wilde, G. Wayside horn issues and potential research tasks. A discussion paper submitted to Transport Development Centre, Transport Canada, October 2003. (31 pages).

58.   English, G and Wilde G. Saguenay Wayside Horn Evaluation Project. Submitten to Transport Canada, Transportation Development Centre, Montréal, Canada, June 2006 (36 pages) (également disponible en français).

xiv papers presented at conferences without published proceedings

                  (no record prior to 1965)

 

1.      Wilde, G.J.S., Fortuin, S., and de Wit, O. An application of the Error-Choice Principle to the Measurement of Personality Traits. Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 1966.

2.      Philipp, R.L., and Wilde, G.J.S. An Investigation of the Stimulation Need of Extraverts and Introverts, using Positive Reinforcement. Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, June 5-7, 1968.

3.      Gendreau, P., Scott, G.D. and Wilde, G.J.S. Stimulation Seeking after Seven Days of Perceptual Deprivation. Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, June 5-7, 1968.

4.      Brandt, D.E., and Wilde, G.J.S. Models of Speech and Stuttering: An Experimental Investigation. Paper read at the 29th Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, June 5-7, 1968, (with Brandt, D.E.).

5.      Gendreau, P., Freedman, N.L., Scott, G.D. and Wilde, G.J.S. The effect of seven days perceptual deprivation on the visual evoked potential and EEG frequency. Paper read at the 29th Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, June 5-7, 1968.

6.      Wilde, G.J.S. and Olive, C. Motivational Distortion in Mental Load Measurements. Semi-Annual Convention of the Human Factors Association of Canada, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, January 1970.

7.      Wilde, G.J.S. Social Psychological Factors and Use of Mass Publicity in Road-User Behaviour. Paper read at the Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, June 1071, St. John’s, Nfld, Canada.

8.      Wilde, G.J.S. Is personality inherited? Twin research in the Netherlands and in Canada. Annual Convention of the Human Factors Association of Canada, Learned Societies, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, June 1972.

9.      Wilde, G.J.S. Portable instrumentation of psychological and mental load variables in car drivers. Annual Convention of the Human Factors Association of Canada, Learned Societies, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, June 1972.

10.   Wilde, G.J.S. Is there an Ergonomic Solution for the Highway Accident Problem? Seventh Annual Conference of the Human Factors Association of Canada. Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, June 8-9, 1974.

11.   Wilde, G.J.S. Immediate and Delayed Feedback in Social Interaction patterns in Road User Behaviour. Convention, International Association of Applied Psychology, Munich, Germany, July 31 -August 4/78.

12.   Wilde, G.J.S. Deficiencies in the Use of Intermediate Criteria of Accident Countermeasure Effectiveness. Presented at Convention, International Association of Applied Psychology, Munich, Germany, July 31 -August 4/78.

13.   Wilde, G.J.S., and Murdoch, P. Incentive Systems for Accident-Free Driving in the General Population. Presented at the International Conference on Road Safety, organized by the British Psychological Society, Welsh Branch, Cardiff, Wales, Great Britain, Sept. 7-11, 1981.

14.   Wilde, G.J.S. Social Interaction Patterns in Road User Behaviour. Lecture presented at the 1982 Study Week in Traffic Safety organized by the Department of Civil Engineering, University of Toronto and the Department of Psychology, Queens University, Clark Hall, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, March 29-April 1, 1982.

15.   Wilde, G.J.S. Risk Taking Behaviour and Deterrence in Road Safety. Lecture presented at 1982 Study Week in Traffic Safety organized by the Department of Civil Engineering, University of Toronto and the Department of Psychology, Queens University, Clark Hall, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, March 29-April 1, 1982.

16.   Jonah, B. and Wilde, G.J.S. A Comparative Study of the Effects of Enforcement and Posted Feedback upon Compliance with Seat Belt Legislation. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Montreal, Canada, June 9-11, 1982.

17.   Wilde, G.J.S., Jonah, B. and Ackersviller, M. The Effect of Posted Feedback upon Drivers’ Urban Speeds: Cross-validation and Extension of Earlier Studies. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association mentioned above.

18.   Wilde, G.J.S. and Ackersviller, M. Traffic Accident Reporting in the Daily Press: Evaluation of Existing Practices and of an Experimental Manipulation. Canadian Multi-Disciplinary Road Safety Conference, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, June 6-8, 1983.

19.   Wilde, G.J.S. “Risk homeostasis and its promise for safety promotion”, presented at the First European Congress of Psychology, Amsterdam, the Netherlands,  July 3-7, 1989.

20.   Wilde, G.J.S. Incentive programmes for accident-free operations in the workplace. Ergonomics Workshop for local industries, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, Donald Gordon Centre, Nov. 14, 1989.

21.   Wilde, G.J.S. and Trimpop, R.M. Risk and Driving: A study of Young Male Drivers. Conference organized by the Automobile Journalists’ Association of Canada. Toronto, Ontario, Canada, SkyDome Hotel, February 16-17, 1990.

22.   Wilde, G.J.S. Laboratory approaches to the quantitative assessment of risk-taking behaviour. NOFS Conference, Longyear City, Spitzbergen, Norway, August 1-5, 1990.

23.   Wilde, G.J.S. and Burns, P.C. Risk perception and risk acceptance by young male drivers. Paper presented at the 2nd Annual Conference of Recipients of Grants from the Coordinator of Highway Safety, Ministry of Transportation, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, May 8, 1991.

24.   Wilde, G.J.S. Risk: A Cultural Invariant. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association for the Advancement of Netherlandic Studies, Learned Societies’ Conferences, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, June, 1-2, 1991.

25.   Wilde, G.J.S. New methods for the quantitative assessment of risk taking behaviour. Paper presented at the 2nd European Congress of Psychology, Budapest, Hungary, July 8-12, 1991.

26.   Heino, A., Van der Molen, H.H., and Wilde, G.J.S. Differences in driving styles and risk perception between “risk avoiders” and “risk seekers”. Paper presented at the 2nd European Congress of Psychology, Budapest, Hungary, July 8-12, 1991.

27.   Wilde, G.J.S. Effects of mass media communications upon health and safety habits of individuals: an overview of issues and evidence. International Symposium, Alcohol-related Accidents and Injuries. Yverdon-les-Bains, Switzerland, December 2-5, 1991.

28.   Heino, A., van der Molen, H.H. and Wilde, G.J.S. Gedragseffect van beloningen voor veilig rijden. Presented in poster session at the Annual Meeting of the Contactgroep Psychonomie, Institute for Perception, Soesterberg, the Netherlands, March 22, 1995.

29.   Björgvinsson, Th. and Wilde, G.J.S. Risk homeostasis and individual differences in health and safety habits. In. M. Murray (chair), Accidents, safety and risk taking. Symposium conducted at the Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada, June 15-17, 1995.

 

 

xv          colloquia, guest lectures and conference addresses

              solicited by their organizers (no record prior to 1965; no printed documents, except some in electronic form)

 

1.   Psychological Contributions to Psychosomatic Research. Colloquium presented to the Department of Psychology, University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada, March 1965.

2.   Psychological Approaches to the Treatment of Alcoholism. Colloquium presented to the Department of Psychiatry, University of Leyden, the Netherlands, June 1966.

3.   Critical Aspects of Behaviour Therapy with Special Reference to the Addictions. Annual Convention of the Ontario Psychological Association, Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, 1967.

4.   Identification of Personality Traits by Verbal Measurements. Invitational Conference on Models in Modern Personality Theory, University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois, USA, 1967.

5.   Twins and the Genetics of Personality Traits. Grand Rounds, Dept. of Psychiatry, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, Jan. 25, 1970.

6.   Aspects motivationnels et cognitifs en situations de doubles tâches. Colloquium presented at the Institut de Psychologie Appliquée, Sorbonne University, Paris, France, May, 1970.

7.   Les mass-media et la sécurité routière. Invited and paper presented at a Conference organized by L’Automobile Speciale, Milan, Italy, Nov. 18, 1971.

8.   Design and Evaluation of Safety Publicity: a Digest of International Experience. Third Annual Conference of the Canada Safety Council, Saskatoon, Sask., Canada, June 6, 1971.

9.   Campagnes de sécurité: échecs et réussites. Exposé aux cadres de la Prévention Routière. Montlhéry Essonne, France, Janvier, 1972.

10. (with L’Hoste, J.) Efficacité des campagnes de sécurité routière. Onzième semaine internationale d’étude de la technique de la circulation et de sa sécurité. Brussels, Belgium, 18-23 Sept. 1972.

11. Psychological Contributions to Systems Design. Colloquium presented at Loyalist College, Belleville,Ontario, Canada, October 31, 1973.

12. Psychological Theories of Accident Causation. Conference on Dynamic Design for Safety, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, August 26-29, 1974.

13. Designing Campaigns for Effective Behaviour Modification, Annual Conference, Roads and Transportation Association of Canada, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Sept. 22-26, 1974.

14. Discussant, First National Symposium on Driver Education. Toronto, Ontario, Canada, October 25, 1974.

15. Road User Behaviour and Traffic Safety: Toward a Rational Strategy of Accident Prevention. Annual Convention of the Dutch Road Safety League, RAI Conference Centre, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, April 26, 1975.

16. The Law of the Conservation of Accidents and Beyond. Colloquium, Department of Psychology, University of Mannheim, West-Germany, April 28, 1975.

17. Situational and Human Factors in Driver Decision Making, Meeting of the Ottawa Chapter of the Institute of Transportation Engineers, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, May 15, 1975.

18. L’analyse psychologique de la causalité des accidents routiers. Colloquium presented at the Université de Moncton, N.B., Canada, Jan. 20, 1976.

19. On the Constructive Use of Mass Media Publicity. Paper presented at the Seminar on the Uses and Abuses of the Mass Media, Belleville, Ontario, Canada, April 26-27, 1977.

20. Design characteristics of Effective Mass Media Publicity for the Promotion of Road Safety. Paper presented at the Federal-Provincial Seminar on Mass Media Communications, Ottawa, Canada, May 26-27, 1977.

21. Driver Behaviour at Railroad Crossings. Meeting of the Toronto Chapter of the Institute of Transportation Engineers, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Sept. 20, 1977.

22. The Law of the Conservation of Misery, or the Study of Driver Behaviour. Colloquium, Department of Psychology, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, October 6, 1977.

23. Social and Motivational Factors in Road User Behaviour. Human Factors Workshop, Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., USA, January 14, 1979.

24. Presentation to Select Committee on Traffic Safety. Ontario Provincial Legislature, Parliament Building, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, March 1977.

25. Risk Taking Strategies and Accident Causation Colloquium, University of Groningen, the Netherlands, Department of Experimental Psychology, January 16, 1979.

26. Mass media messages and Road User Behaviour. Guest lecture in course on Social Studies of Traffic Behaviour, University of Groningen, the Netherlands, Department of Psychology, Feb. 28, 1979.

27. The Role of Mass Media Communications in Road Safety Promotion. Colloquium, Academy for Transportation Science, Tilburg, the Netherlands, April 4, 1979.

28. Homeostatic Processes in Risk Taking Behaviour. Colloquium. Institute of Sensory Physiology, RVO-TNO, Soesterberg, the Netherlands, April 12, 1979.

29. Risk compensation Theory. Colloquium, University of Helsinki, Finland. Faculty of Social Sciences, April 23, 1979.

30. Towards a More Educational Accident Journalism. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Finnish road safety research community, Lahti, Finland, April 25, 1979.

31. The Law of the Conservation of Accidents. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Finnish road safety research community, Lahti, Finland, April 25, 1979.

32. Homeostatic Processes in Risk Taking Behaviour. Colloquium, Helsinki Technical University, Finland, April 27, 1979

33. Homeostatic Processes in Risk Taking Behaviour. Colloquium, University of Technology, Delft, the Netherlands, May 2, 1979.

34. Mass Media and Traffic Safety: The State of the Art of Effective Communication Design. Colloquium, University of Munich, West-Germany, Department of Psychology, May 9, 1979.

35. A Discussion of Strong and Weak Points in Professional Organizations of Psychologists. Panel discussion, Annual Convention of the Dutch Psychological Association, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, American Hotel, June 7, 1979.

36. Simulation and Field Experimentation in Risk Research. Guest lecture, Academy of Social Sciences, Leeuwarden, the Netherlands, June 14, 1979.

37. Homeostatic Processes in Risk-Taking Behaviour. Colloquium, Department of Psychology, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, July 5, 1979.

38. Road Safety Education through the Mass Media. Paper presented at the Road Safety Education Seminar at An Foras Forbartha, the National Institute for Physical Planning and Construction Research, Dublin, Eire, July 19, 1979.

39. Psychological Aspects of Safe and Unsafe Behaviour, and the Design of Safe Environments. Presented at Safety Officers’ Training Day, Hotel Dieu Hospital, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, October 10, 1979.

40. Community Response to the Promotion of Seat Belt Use. Colloquium, Department of Community Health and Epidemiology, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, Nov. 16, 1979.

41. The Media as an Agent of Change. Invited address, Michigan State Conference on Public Information and Education, Lansing, Michigan, USA, Dec. 3-4, 1979.

42. Reward and Punishment in Driver Behaviour. Invited presentation to the Steering Committee, Drivers and Vehicles, Ministry of Transportation and Communication, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Jan. 8, 1980.

43. The Role of Public Information Programs in Promoting Highway Safety: An overview. Presented at the Human Factors Workshop, Annual Convention of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., USA, Jan. 20, 1980.

44. Program Improvement Relating to Attitudes and Motivations. Invited paper presented at the Highway Safety Strategy Planning Seminar, Ministry of Transportation and Communications, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Nov. 30 - Dec. 1, 1980.

45. Les facteurs motivationnels dans l’éducation des usagers de la route. Invited paper, Road Safety Conference, Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Travaux Publics, Yamoussoukro, Ivory Coast (West Africa), Jan. 26-30, 1981.

46. Les mesures pour la promotion de la sécurité routière au Canada. Invited paper, Road Safety Conference, Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Travaux Publics, Yamoussoukro, Ivory Coast (West Africa), Jan. 26-30, 1981.

47. Sources of Stress and Job Satisfaction in the Law Librarians’ Occupation. Presented at the Annual Convention of the Canadian Association of Law Libraries, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, May 20-22, 1981.

48. Immediate and Underlying Causes of Traffic Accidents. Colloquium presented at the Dept. of Civil Engineering, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Oct. 15, 1981.

49. Conveying Information to Vehicle Operators. Colloquium presented at the National Swedish Institute for Road and Traffic Research, Linkoeping, Sweden, Nov. 10, 1981.

50. The Risk Homeostasis Theory of Road User Behaviour. Colloquium presented at the National Swedish Institute for Road and Traffic Research, Linkoeping, Sweden, Nov. 10, 1981.

51. The Theory of Risk Homeostasis in Safety and Health Habits. Colloquium, Dept. of Psychology, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, October 8, 1982.

52. Truck Safety and Risk Compensation. Invited presentation at Public Hearing of the Ontario Commission on Truck Safety, Ontario, Canada, Feb. 26, 1982.

53. Psychological Contributions to Ergonomics. Presented at the meeting of the Industrial Accident Prevention Association, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, March 16, 1982.

54. Incentive versus Deterrence Systems in the Control of Drinking Driving. Paper presented at the conference of the Alcoholic Beverage International Medical Advisory Committee, Halifax, N.S., Canada, Oct. 608, 1982.

55. Une analyse théorique des comportements des usagers de la route. Colloquium, Bureau Suisse de la Prévention des Accidents, Berne, Switzerland, Aug. 19, 1983.

56. Motivational Factors in the Causation and Prevention of Accidents. Symposium on Traffic Safety, Ministry of Transportation and Communications. Toronto, Ontario, Canada, June 24, 1983.

57. La théorie du risque homéostatique. Colloquium, Centre de Recherche sur les Transports, Université de Montréal, Montréal, Québec, Canada, Nov. 11, 1983.

58. (with Platenius, P.H.) Psychological Factors in Aviation Accidents: Report on a Study in Progress. Annual meeting, Ontario Chapter, Canadian Pilots’ Association, Toronto, Canada, March 7, 1984.

59. Introduction to Risk Homeostasis Theory, Colloquium presented at BAST (Federal Department of Highways, Research Division) Cologne, F.R. Germany, April 10, 1984.

60. Homeostatic Theory of Risk Taking in Traffic: Concepts and Implications. Colloquium presented at General Motors Research Laboratories, Warren, Michigan, USA, April 15, 1984.

61. The Effect of Seatbelt Wearing Legislation upon the Fatal Accident Rate. Paper presented at the 92nd Annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada, August 24 - 28, 1984.

62. La théorie du risque homéostatique et le comportement des usagers de la route. Colloquium presented to the psychological division of the State Department of Transportation (DETRAN), Santos, S.P., Brazil, November 23, 1984.

63. Methods for Encouraging Seatbelt Use and for Promoting Road Safety, invited keynote address, Technical Meeting on the Use of Mass Media Communications for the Promotion of Seatbelt Wearing, São Paulo, Brazil, November 26-27, 1984.

64. Risk Compensation and homeostasis, presented at Human Factors Workshop “Driver Risk Compensation”, Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C. , USA, Jan. 13, 1985.

65. La théorie du risque homéostatique et la psychologie de la santé. Colloquium, Dept. of Psychology, University of Montreal, Canada, April 10, 1985.

66. The Q’Code: a simple system for small-computer coding of antique maps. Presented at Eleventh International Conference on the History of Cartography, Ottawa, Canada, July 8-12, 1985.

67. Public safety regulation: How far do we go? Presented at Future Outlooks Conference, Ministry of Consumer and Commercial Relations, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Oct 7-8, 1985.

68. Recent experiments on risk homeostasis. Colloquium, Institut National de Recherches des Transports et leur Sécurité (INRETS, a branch of the French government’s national research council), Paris, France, June 12, 1986.

69. Risk taking and health. School of Nursing, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, March 17, 1986.

70. Mass Media Communications for the Promotion of Traffic Safety. Second National Conference on Traffic Psychology, Federal University at Uberlandia, Minas Gerais, Brazil, Aug. 11 - 15, 1986.

71. The theory of risk homeostasis. Colloquium, Department of Psychology, University of Ribeirão Prêto, São Paulo, Brazil, August 18, 1986.

72. Incentive systems for safe driving. Future Outlook Seminar, Ministry of Transportation and Communications. Toronto, Canada, Oct. 7, 1987.

73. Riskantes Verhalten und Risk Management im Jahre 2001. Presented at the Conference “Verkehr 2001: Sicherheitsstrategien für das 3. Jahrtausend”, Wien, Austria, Oct. 15, 1987.

74. Driving and Risk Taking. Guest Lecture, Napanee and District Secondary School, Ontario, Canada, Nov. 5., 1987.

75. Risk homeostasis theory: recent developments. Institute for Perception-TNO, Soesterberg, the Netherlands, Jan. 20, 1988.

76. Human motivation for risk. Department of Psychology, University of Mannheim, West-Germany, Jan. 26, 1988.

77. Critique of the draft report by Friedland, M. et al. “Future Direction of Sanctions and Reward Programmes” to the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research. 14th Meeting of the Road Research Group, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Toronto, Canada, April 11, 1988.

78. Experimental investigations of risk homeostasis theory. Department of Psychology, University of Aachen, West-Germany, April 19, 1988.

79. Risk homeostasis theory and lifestyle-dependent health. Department of Epidemiology and Health Care Research, Faculty of Medicine, University of Maastricht, the Netherlands, April 20, 1988.

80. Une stratégie motivationelle en faveur de la sécurité routière - au delà de la théorie de l’homéostasie du risque. LPC-INRETS (Laboratoire de Psychologie de la Conduite, Institut National de Recherche des Transports et leur Sécurité) Paris, France, le 14 juin, 1988.

81. Wilde, G.J.S., and Trimpop, R.M. Risk Perception and Risk Acceptance in Young Male Drivers. Paper presented at the First Annual Conference of Recipients of Grants from the Coordinator of Highway Safety, Ministry of Transportation of Ontario, Toronto, Canada, May 9, 1990.

82. “Design and Economics of Safety Incentive Programmes”. Paper presented at Economics of Ergonomics: Issues for Management. Symposium organized by the Ergonomics Research Group at Queen’s University, Donald Gordon Centre, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, June 14, 1990.

83. “Risk homeostasis”, invited paper, Annual Conference of the College, University and School Safety Council of Ontario, Donald Gordon Centre, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, May 15-17, 1989.

84. “Risk homeostasis:, the continuing debate”. Keynote address presented at the 8th Annual Conference of NOFS (Nordic Organization of Safety Researchers), Nurmes, Finland, Aug. 7-11, 1989.

85. “Risk and Driving: A Study of Young Drivers”. A Study of Young Drivers”. Conference organized by the Automobile Journalists’ Association of Canada. Toronto Conference Centre, Canada, February 13-16, 1990.

86. “Psychometric Approaches to the Assessment of Risk-taking Behaviour” Colloquium, Vermont Alcohol Research Center, Burlington, Vermont, USA, November 19, 1990.

87. “Are you taking too much risk or too little?” New methods for the quantification of risk-taking behaviour”. Colloquium, Dept. of Psychology, Ruhr University, Bochum, Germany, December 12, 1990.

88. “New Approaches toward the Quantitative Assessment of Individual Differences in Risk Taking”. Colloquium presented at the Defence and Civil Institute for Environmental Medicine (DCIEM), Toronto, Ontario, Canada, January 8, 1991.

89. “L’homéostasie du risque et les influences psycho-économiques sur le taux d’accidents”. Colloquium presented at the Dept. of Administrative Science at the Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada, March 4, 1991.

90. “Are you taking too much risk or too little, and how can you tell?” Presented to the Department of Psychology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA, March 23, 1992.

91. “Neem je te veel of te weinig risico, en hoe kan je dat weten? Presented to the Department of Psychology, University of Groningen, the Netherlands, April 9, 1992.

92. (with P.C. Burns) “Risk taking in male drivers: Interrelations between laboratory measures, observational data and driver records”. Presented at the Annual Conference of Grant Holders, Coordinator of Highway Safety Research Grant Program, Ministry of Transport, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, May 13, 1992.

93. “Are you taking too much risk or too little, and how can you tell? Presented at the Institute of Psychology, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster , Germany, June 16, 1992.

94. “Are there too many accidents? Laboratory studies of risk optimization.” Presented at “Human Factors Festival”, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA, March 14-16, 1994.

95. “Improving trucking safety and profitability by safety incentive plans.” Invited paper presented at Research and Development meeting, Transportation Development Centre, Transport Canada, Montreal, Québec, Canada, Oct. 27, 1994.

96. “Are you taking too much risk or too little, and how can you tell?” Colloquium presented at the Institut für Psychologie, University of Berne, Switzerland, Feb. 9, 1995.

97. “Improving industrial safety through safety incentive plans.” Invited paper presented at the Experten-Kongress Arbeitssicherheit: Neue Grundlagen für die Praxis - Risiko und Motivation. Bundesanstalt für Arbeitsschutz, Dortmund, Germany, March 9, 1995.

98. “Risk homeostasis and accident prevention.“ Invited paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Swiss Association for Traffic Psychology, Berne, Switzerland, March 15, 1995.

99. “Economic factors in accident causation.” Invited paper presented to the Bureau suisse de prévention des accidents, Berne, Switzerland, March 22, 1995.

100. “Acceptatie van risico’s: maatregelen die wel en die geen effect zullen hebben op het aantal ongelukken per hoofd van de bevolking” (“Risk acceptance: Interventions that will and that will not affect accident frequency per head of population”). Invited address, Symposium “Accepteren wij onveiligheid; Preventiemaatregelen in theoretisch perspectief,” Traffic Research Centre, University of Groningen, the Netherlands, June 21, 1995.

101. “Will current intelligent transportation systems lead to expected safety benefits?”, invited lecture, HUSAT Research Institute, Loughborough University of Technology, Great Britain, June 27, 1995.

102. “Are you taking too much risk or too little, and how can you tell?” Colloquium presented at the Division of Applied Psychology, Aston University, Birmingham, Great Britain, June 28, 1995.

103. “Are you taking too much risk or too little, and how can you tell?” Colloquium presented at the Department of Psychology of the University of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland, Nov. 8, 1995.

104. A series of six lectures presented in the postgraduate course offered by the Nordic Institute for Advanced Education in Occupational Health and Safety (NIVA, based in Helsinki, Finland), Hótel Ísland, Reykjavik, Iceland, Nov.6-10, 1995: (1) “Risk homeostasis: The theory”, (2) “Risk homeostasis: The data”, (3) “Incentive programmes for accident prevention”, (4) “Are you taking too much risk or too little, and how can you tell?”, (5) “The use of mass media communications for the promotion of safety and lifestyle-dependent health”, (6) “Economic fluctuations and the accident rate”.

105. “Psychological factors in the causation and prevention of traffic accidents.” Invited address presented at the Third Volvo South-American Symposium on Traffic Safety, Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil, Nov. 29, 1995.

106 “Risk homeostasis: The theory”, and “Risk homeostasis: The data”, invited addresses presented at the Paraná State Department of Traffic, Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil, Dec. 1, 1995.

107. “Risk homeostasis”, Guest lecture in Occupational Health and Safety and the Environment (Mining Engineering 462), Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, Jan. 16, 1996.

108. “Risk Homeostasis: The Theory and its Implications”. Invited presentation at the Swedish Road and Transportation Institute (VTI), Linköping, Sweden, June 14, 1996.

109. “The Myth of the Technological Fix”, invited address at “Advances in Military Load Carriage: A Workhop sponsored by TTCP - TLG-8 and DCIEM, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, Oct.7-10, 1996.

110. “Target Risk”, luncheon speech presented at the Risk & Society Roundtable, organized by Environment Canada, Emergency Preparedness Canada and the Geological Survey of Canada as part of the International Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction, Ottawa, Canada, Parliament Hill, Centre Block, Nov. 29, 1996. íí

111. “Risk homeostasis”, Guest lecture in Occupational Health and Safety and the Environment (Mining Engineering 462), Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, Jan. 14, 1997.

112. “Vigilance devices used in locomotive cabs”. Guest lecture in Mechanical Engineering 495, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, March 17, 1997.

113. “Risk homeostasis”, presented at the Conference on Statistics, Science and Public Policy, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, April 23-25, 1997.

114. “Risk homeostasis” Invited paper at the CRBOH (Canadian Registration Board of Occupational Hygienists) Annual Meeting, Queen’s University, Canada, June 6, 1997.

115. “The art of influencing risk-relevant behaviour,” paper presented at the 4th Eureko Risk Management Seminar, Stockholm, Sweden, Sept. 26, 1977.

116. “Risk Homeostasis”, Opening address presented at the Wilderness Risk Managers Conference, Snowbird, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, Oct. 12-14, 1997.

117. “Driver training - Why don’t we get the results we are looking for?” (with Lawrence P. Lonero), keynote speech, 1997 National Driver Education and Awareness Conference, Wellington, New Zealand, Nov. 6-7, 1997.

118. “Influencing driver behaviour,” (with Lawrence P. Lonero), keynote speech, 1997 National Driver Education and Awareness Conference, Wellington, New Zealand, Nov. 6-7, 1997.

119. “Risk homeostasis theory: An overview,” guest lecture in graduate course in Political Science (Dr. B. Berman), Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, Nov. 26, 1997.

120. “Mesures incitatives à la sécurité.” (“Safety Incentives”). (Avec/with J. Bergeron); Rapport présenté au Séminaire de l‚OCDE sur la formation et l‚évaluation des conducteurs de véhicules lourds, Québec, 19-21 octobre 1997. (International Seminar on Truck Driver Training and Evaluation, The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, Québec, Oct.19-21, 1997, Canada.

121. “Risk homeostasis”, Guest lecture in Occupational Health and Safety and the Environment (Mining Engineering 462), Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, Feb. 3, 1998.

122. “Risk Homeostasis Theory: Implications for Safety and Health.” Colloquium presented to the Department of Environmental Medicine, Clinical Sciences Building, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, Feb. 6, 1998.

123. “De invloed van beloningssystemen en de verwachte waarde van de toekomst op veiligheid en volksgezondheid.” (The influence of incentive systems and the expected value of the future on safety and public health). Department of Psychology, University of Groningen, the Netherlands, May 25, 1998.

124. “Teoria de la homeostasis del riesgo,” invited paper,presented at XXXIV Congreso Nacional de Seguridad, World Trade Centre, Mexico City, Mexico, Nov. 9-13, 1998 (summarized in Memoria, pp. 267-289, translation by Ing. Daniel Ramírez).

125. “Fundamentos de la teoria de homeostasis del riesgo,” invited paper, presented at XXXIV Congreso Nacional de Seguridad, World Trade Centre, Mexico City, Mexico, Nov. 9-13, 1998 (summarized in Memoria, pp. 267-289, translation by Ing. Daniel Ramírez).

126. “New developments in traffic accident prevention: An international perspective.” Inivited address, Congresso Internacional de Trânsito, Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, Nov. 25-27, 1998.

127. “Risk homeostasis theory and its relevance for wilderness risk management,” seminar presented at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Avalanche Association, Penticton, British Columbia, Canada, May 5-7, 1999.

128. “Risk homeostasis theory: Practical implications for accident prevention,” seminar presented at the Department of civil Engineering, University of Lund, Sweden, Sept. 9, 1999.

129.“Risk homeostasis theory: Basic concepts and implications.” Workshop presented at the Senior Nuclear Plant Management Program, Leadership & Management Training Department, Ontario Power Generation, Briars Inn, Town of Georgina, Ontario, Canada, Sept. 29, 1999.

130. “Risk homeostasis theory: practical implications for wilderness risk management. Workshop resented at the 1999 Wilderness Risk Management Conference, Sierra Vista, Arizona, USA, October, 14-16, 1999.

131.“Risk homeostasis: Basic concepts and supporting data,” paper presented at the 4th Brazilian Congress and 2nd Latin-American congress of Traffic Accidents and Medicine, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Oct. 27-30, 1999.

132.“Risk homeostasis: Promoting safety and positive health habits,” paper presented at the 4th Brazilian Congress and 2nd Latin-American congress of Traffic Accidents and Medicine, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Oct. 27-30, 1999.

133. “Risk homeostasis theory: Recent developments,” paper presented at the XXXV Congreso Nacional de Seguridad, World Trade Centre, Mexico City, Mexico, Nov. 3-6, 1999.

134. “Driver Risk Taking Behaviour, “ paper to be presented at the Road Safety Conference sponsored by the Manitoba Safety Council, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, Dec. 1, 1999.

135. “Technological Interventions And The Homeostasis of Risk” Guest lecture in Occupational Health and Safety and the Environment (Mining Engineering 462/862), Queens’ University, Ontario, Canada, 2000.01.18.

136. “Government and Insurance Policies for Motivating Young Drivers in their Own Safety,” presented at the MAA Young Drivers Seminar, 2000.03.31, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

137. “Risk Homeostasis Theory,” colloquium presented in the Department of Psychology, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 2000.04.03.

138. “Incentive systems for trucking safety.” Presented at the roundtable conference organized by the American Trucking Associations, Alexandria, Virginia, August 1, USA.

139. “Target Risk, or the Limits to Safety” presented to safety representatives at the Worsley Alumina Refinery plant, Bunbury, Western Australia, No. 16, 2000.

140. “Target Risk, or the Limits to Safety”, “Mass Media Communications for Safety and Health” and “Are you taking too much risk or too little, and how can you tell?”, 3 presentations at a Seminar organized by the Industrial Foundation for Accident Prevention (IFAP) and presented at the Burswood Conference Centre, Perth, Western Australia, Nov. 22, 2000.

141. “Target Risk, or the Limits to Safety” presentation to the Chamber of Business and Commerce, Perth, Western Australia, Nov. 23, 2000.

142. “Risk Homeostasis Theory: an Overview” round-table presentation to the SGIO (State Government Insurance Office), Perth, Western Australia, Nov. 23, 2000.

143. “Are you taking too much risk, or too little, and how can you tell? Colloquium presented to the Department of Psychology, Murdoch University, Perth, Western Australia, Nov. 24, 2000.

144. “Target Risk, or the Limits to Safety” Organized by the Industrial Foundation for Accident Prevention (IFAP) and presented to the Minerals Council of Australia, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, Nov. 28, 2000.

145.     “Risk Homeostasis Theory: an Overview” presented to the Traffic Accident Commission (TAC) of the State of Victoria, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, Nov. 29, 2000.

146. “Target Risk, or the Limits to Safety”, “Mass Media Communications for Safety and Health” and “Are you taking too much risk or too little, and how can you tell?”, 3 presentations at a Seminar organized by the Industrial Foundation for Accident Prevention (IFAP) and presented in the Parkroyal Hotel, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, Dec.1, 2000.

147. “Target Risk, or the Limits to Safety”, “Mass Media Communications for Safety and Health” and “Are you taking too much risk or too little, and how can you tell?”, 3 presentations at a Seminar organized by the Industrial Foundation for Accident Prevention (IFAP) and presented in hotel Royal on the Park, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, Dec. 4, 2000.

148. “Risk Homeostasis: Theory and Data” presented to the Yukon Workers’ Compensation Health and Safety Board, Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, Canada, Feb. 26, 2001.

149. “Risk Homeostasis: Applications to Safety and Health” presented to the Yukon Workers’ Compensation Health and Safety Board, Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, Canada, Feb. 26, 2001.

150. “The Prime Importance of Risk Acceptance in everyday Decisions: On the road/On the Job,” Keynote address, 19th Annual Conference, Nova Scotia Safety Council, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, March 29, 2001.

151. “How Safe are Our Streets and Roads?”, Urban Forum, presented at City Hall, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, April 9, 2001.

152. “Risk homeostasis theory: Data and practical implications. Invited address to the Canadian Operators and Pilots Association, Ottawa, Canada, May 15, 2001.

153. “Road safety implications of risk homeostasis theory. Invited address to the Champions’ Conference, Disneyworld, Orlando, Florida, USA, June 6, 2001.

154. Risk homeostasis: Theory and applications.” A 5-day set of seminar lectures presented at the Nordic Institute for Advanced Education in Occupational Health and Safety (NIVA, based in Helsinki, Finland), Tampere, Finland, June 12-16, 2001.

155. “Understanding Risk: Applications for the Workplace, ” invited seminar at the Laurentian School of Human Kinetics and the Mines and Aggregates Safety and Health Association, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada, March 7-8, 2002.

156. “Entrevista – Segurança”, published in Mobilidade, No. 3, Porto Alegre RS, Brazil, Sept. 2002, p.14.

157. “Risk Homeostasis Theory; An Introduction” Teleconference organized by Smartrisk Foundation, Nov. 25, 2002, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

158. “Risk acceptance on the job and on the road”, invited address to the Pulp and Paper Health and Safety Association, Eastern Brach, Annual Conference, Nov. 27, 2002, Donald Gordon Centre, Kingston , Ontario, Canada.

159. “The theory of Risk Homeostasis”, invited presentation, Probus, Kingston, Ontario, May 14, 2003, Canada.

160. ”On the psychology of risk taking”, invited talk, The Kingston
Rotary, Travelodge Hotel, Kingston, Oct. 26, 2005, Canada.

161. “Risk homeostasis and its implications for effective accident prevention.” Invited paper presented at the 2006 Conference of the Organisation for Risk Prevention (ORP2006), Seville, Spain, May 1-12

162. “Risk Homeostasis and Expectations for the future,” invited address at the Wilton Conference, Wiston House, West Sussex, May 26-29, 2007, Great Britain.

163. “Risk Homeostasis and Expectations for the future,” invited address at the 2007 conference of the Organisation for Risk Prevention (ORP2007), Sheraton Conference Centre, Santiago de Chile, Chile, May 9-11, 2007.

164. “Risk homeostasis: Why so many safety measures do not seem to work while other ones do.” Invited address at the first International Conference organized by FENASDETRAN (Federal Association of State Departments of Transport), Salvador, Bahia, Brazil, Nov. 7- 9, 2007.

165. “Risk Homeostasis Theory: an Overview of 30 Years of Research,” colloquium presented at the Friedrich-Schiller University in Jena, Dept. of Occupational and Industrial Psychology, Germany, Jan. 22, 2008.

166. “Risk Homeostasis: an overview,” invited address at the 35th Annual Industrial Safety Seminar, Saskatchewan Safety Council, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, 2008. 02. 04-06.

167. “Can technology bring about a sustainable reduction in the number of traffic deaths?” Invited lecture in the Applied Science Sustainability Speaker Series 2, Faculty of Applied Science, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, 2008.03.11.

168. “Risk Homeostasis: Theory, evidence and practical implications” Invited lectures at the Road Safet Advance Course, Dept. of Civil Engineering, University of Palermo,Italy, Feb. 2-4, 2009.

169. “Risk Homeostasis: The Theory, Evidence and Consequences for Effective Accident Prevention Invited address presented at the Western Conference on Safety, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, April 6-7, 2009.

170. “Expectationism: Key to a more safety-oriented culture?” Invited address at the National Rural Summit on Traffic Safety Culture, Big Sky, Montana, USA, June 22, 2009.

171. “Roadside aesthetic appeal, driver behaviour and safety,” Invited address at theInternational SIIV Workshop, Human-centred Infrastructure Design, Faculty of Engineering, University of Naples Federico II, Italy, Oct.1-2, 2009.

 

xvi  professional societies (past or present membership)

1.      The Human Factors Association of Canada/Association canadienne d’ergonomie

2.      Technical Advisory Council of the International Federation of Pedestrians, the Hague, Holland.

3.      The Transportation Research Board, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C. 

4.      The Human Factors Society (USA)

5.      Société d’ergonomie de langue française (SELF Paris)

6.      Canadian Association for the Advancement of Netherlandic Studies (president, member)

7.      Canadian Psychological Association

8.      American Association for Automotive Medicine

9.      Canadian Association of Road Safety Professionals

10.   Dutch Psychological Association

11.   Registered Psychologist (Province of Ontario)

12.   Ontario Psychiatric Association (assoc. member)

13.   Ontario Psychological Association

14.   Transportation Research Board (Washington, D.C.)

15.   International Association for Applied Psychology

16.  European Association for Decision Research

17.   International Council on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety (ICADTS)

18.   Member, Institute for Risk Research, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

19.   Member of the Executive Committee of Division 13 (Traffic and Transport Psychology) of the International Association of Applied Psychology.

 

 

xvii  graduate student supervision

 

         Seventeen completed Ph.D. theses.

         Twelve completed M.A. theses.

 

 

xviii       peer review of research proposals submitted

to the following agencies:

1.      Health and Welfare Canada

2.      Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada,

3.      Medical Research Council of Canada

4.      Institut de recherche en santé et sécurité du travail du Québec - (Programme de recherche subventionnée)

5.      FCAR (Fonds pour la Formation de Chercheurs et l’Aide à la Recherche), Québec.

6.      Research Coordination Service of the Catholic University of Louvain (Belgium).

7.      National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C.

8.      SSHRC/MRC, postdoctoral fellowship applications

9.      Road Safety Group, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Toronto

10.   National Sience and Engineering Research Council, Ottawa, Canada

11.   Israel Science Foundation, Jerusalem.

12.   Fonds de recherche sur la nature et les technologies, Québec.

 

 

xix peer review of manuscripts submitted to the following journals:

1.      Ergonomics

2.      Accident Analysis and Prevention

3.      Disaster Management

4.      Health Education Quarterly

5.      Risk Analysis

6.      Risk Abstracts

7.      Journal of Studies on Alcohol

8.      Safety Science (formerly Journal of Occupational Accidents)

9.      Queen’s Quarterly

10.   Canadian Journal of Behavioral Science/Revue canadienne des sciences du comportement

11.   Injury Prevention

12.  Journal of Individual Differences

13.  Queen’s University Law Journal

 

 

xx          external examiner of ph.d. theses

 

York University , Toronto, Canada                            University of Melbourne, Australia

University of Groningen, the Netherlands              Université de Montréal, Canada

University of Jena, Germany                                      Université de Strasbourg, France

  

 

xxi         Participation in faculty career and laboratory performance review

                  (for appointment, tenure, promotion, special awards, research  funding and structure)

 

Bergische Universität/Gesamthochschule Wuppertal, Germany

Cambridge Basic Research, M.I.T., Massachusetts, USA

Griffith University, Queensland, Australia

John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, NY, USA

Laboratoire de la psychologie de la conduite (INRETS, site visit and evaluation, 1999), Paris, France

Laurentian University , Ontario, Canada

Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada

Ruhr-Universität, Bochum, Germany

Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada

University College Dublin, Ireland

University College London, England

University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada

University of Leeds, England

University of Louvain , Belgium

University of Technology, Loughborough, Leicestershire, England

University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

University of Western Ontario, Canada

York University , Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland

 

xxii  public appearances etc. (semi- or non-academic contexts)

a) Newspaper interviews: In Canada: Toronto Star, The Globe and Mail, the Financial Post, Impetus, the Montreal Gazette, Motor Truck Magazine (Toronto), Sunday Star (Toronto), The Whig-Standard, Transpo (Ottawa), Today’s Trucking (Toronto),Truck News (Toronto).The Spectator (Hamilton, Ont.), The Queen’s Journal (Kingston, Ontario), The Globe and Mail (Report on Business Magazine, July 1996), The Vancouver Sun (Vancouver, 1996.08.05), Times Globe (St. John, New Brunswick, Aug. 12, 1996), Telegraph Journal (St. John, New Brunswick, Aug. 31, 1996), Toronto Star (Ontario, July 23, 1997, p. B3, James Daw: “Expert calls road blitz useless”) In Australia: The West Australian, Perth, Nov. 16, 2001. In Finland: Hameen Sauomat (Helsinki), Liikennevilkku . In the USA: Washington Post, U.S.A Today, New York Times .In Spain: Las Provincias (Valencia). In Brazil: Folha de S. Paulo, Folha da Tarde, O Estado de S. Paulo, Gazeta do Povo (Curitiba, Paraná, Nov. 30, 1995), A Tribuna (São Paulo, Dec. 27, 1995). In the Netherlands: de Volkskrant (Amsterdam), Diemensies (Groningen), Het Parool (Arnoldussen, P.: Verkeer: een constante zucht naar avontuur. Amsterdam, June 24, 1995, p.27). In New Zealand: “Expert suggests incentive system for safe driving,” The Dominion, Wellington, Nov. 7, 1997.

b) Interviews with traffic journals and other magazines: In the Netherlands: Hendriks, R. (1995). Gerald J.S. Wilde: Dun ijs is niet gevaarlijk, als je er maar niet op loopt. Verkeerskunde , 46, (10), 26-28) The Hague, October 1995). In the USA.: Turnbull, A. (1996). Psychology of Safety. Truckers News, April, pp. 92-94. Fortune magazine (“A meditation on risk”, by Justin Fox, Oct. 3, 2005, pp.50-62. In Canada: “Safety measures can backfire”, Global Strategems, Aug. 21, 1996 In Sweden: Nolén, Sixten: Bilbälten och cykelhjälmar - meninglösa trafiksäkerhetsåtgäder?VTI Aktuellt, Nr. 4-5, 1996, pp. 8-9.

c) Radio appearances: Australia: Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000.03.31; Radio 91.5 , Youth Radio, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000.03.31; Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Brisbane, Queensland, 2000.04.03: B105, Brisbane, 2000.03.31; Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Perth, 2000.11.15; Curtin University Radio, Perth, 2000.11.15. Austria: Radio Wien (Vienna, Austria), Canada: CKLC (Kingston, Ontario): CKWS (Kingston, Ontario); CJFM (Ottawa); C100-FM (Halifax, N.S.); CBC “As it happens”, guest on “Cross-Country Check-up”, CBC (Toronto); CBC (Ottawa); CBC, “Morningside “(Toronto, Jan. 29, 1996); CBC, “Metro Morning” (Toronto, March 11, 1996); CBC-Kelowna, B.C., Jan. 31, 1997; CEB-Corner Brookn Nfld, Jan. 31, 1997; CBC-Thunder Bay, Ont. Feb. 4, 1997. CBC-Toronto, “Ontario Morning”, June 9, 1997; CBC-Toronto, “Metro Morning”, June 10, 1997; Radio Talk 640, Toronto, July 23, 1997; CBC-Ottawa, July 24, 1997; Radio AM900, interview on risk-taking behaviour (“Shrinkrap”, with Dr. Jim Ricks), Victoria, B.C., Canada, 1998.03.22; interview on risk homeostasis, 1999.10.08; CBC-Wnnipeg, Manitoba, 1999.12.01; CFRA, Ottawa, 2000.05.23; interview on risk homeostasis, CBC-Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada, 2001.02..27, interview on risk homeostasis, CHON, Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada, 2001.02..27. CBC Radio 1, Nov. 1, 2002, Toronto; CBC Radio 1, “Sounds like Canada”, 2004, 01.16; CBC Radio 1, “All in a day,” Feb. 23, 2006;  Great Britain: BBC (Radio Wales), BBC (World Service) New Zealand: National Radio New Zealand, Nov. 5, 1997; Independent Radio News, Nov. 5, 1997; NRZ Radio, Nov. 6, 1997; Auckland radio station, Sept. 4, 2009. The Netherlands: Dutch National Radio,  USA: some radio station hotline in Palm Springs, California, 1997. Renaissance Radio, Phoenix, Arizona, (along with 39 other US radio stations), 1999.10.08

 

d) Television appearances: Australia: Channel 9, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000.03.31; Local channel, Bunbury, Western Australia, 2000.11.16; Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Perth. Brazil: Television Bandeirantes, Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Nov. 27, 1998. Canada: Educational TV (Ottawa), CKWS-TV (Kingston), Radio Canada (Toronto and Montreal Studios), CBC (Toronto and Ottawa studios), CTV (Toronto), Radio Québec TV (Montréal); CTV: “W5” (Toronto, March 26, 1996); CBC Newsworld (Toronto, Sept. 13 and 14, 1996); Discovery Channel, Toronto, Jan. 23, 1997; CBC-Newsworld (Ralph Benmergui Live) Jan. 29, 1997; CKWS, Kingston, Ont. Oct. 26, 2000; CKWS, Kingston, Ont. Oct. 28, 2002; Panelist on The Agenda with Steve Paikin, TVO Toronto, Jan. 8, 2009;  Finland: Finnish National Television (Helsinki). Ireland: Irish National Television, New Zealand: TV1 New Zealand, Nov. 7, 1997; CNN New Zealand, Nov. 7, 1997. The Netherlands: Dutch National Television United Kingdom: BBC Television (London, U.K.),  USA, CBS New Sunday Morning, recorded 2009.07.14.

 

e) Interviews with television stations: TVS (London, England); Discovery Channel/Channel 4 Documentary (UK) (1997.07.28) TVS (“Living Dangerously”, London, England), aired 1999.04.12.

f) Interviews with radio stations: BBC Radio, Programme 4 (London, England, June 26, 1996). CBC Ottawa, on railway crossing accidents, 1998.02.13).

g) Popular articles written for Dutch and Italian traffic magazines, McGraw-Hill’s Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, the Whig-Standard (Kingston , Ontario), The Journal (Addiction Research Foundation, Toronto)

h) Guest speaker at various service clubs (e.g., the Rotary), employees’ meetings (e.g., Dupont, Bell Canada) and citizen’s groups (The Community Policing Advisory Committee, Town Hall, Napanee, Ontario, May 1, 1996; Environment and Transportation Department, Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton, 2799 Swansea Crescent, Ottawa, May 14, 1996). “On the psychology of risk”, presented at the Kingston, Ontario, Rotary on Oct. 26, 2005;

 

 

xxiii   references to my name and work , i.e.,  those I am aware of  in non-academic media

Herald-Tribune (Grande Prairie, Alberta), the Herald (New Britain, Connecticut),

NRC-Handelsblad (Rotterdam, the Netherlands), Queen’s Alumni Review (Kingston, Ontario), The Independent (United Kingdom), Die Zeit (Hamburg, Germany), Harrowsmith (Camden East, Ontario), Bavarian Television Network (Munich, Germany), Frankfurter Zeitung (Germany), Tiroler Tageszeitung (Austria), Wiener Zeitung (Austria), De Volkskrant (Netherlands), Diàrio Popular (Brazil), São Paulo Shimbun, O Diàrio (Piracicaba, Brazil, Cidade de Santos (Brazil), Noticias Populares (São Paulo, Brazil), Jornal da Tarde (São Paulo, Brazil), Estado de Minas (Belo Horizonte, Brazil), Diàrio de Pernambuco (Brazil), Times Union (USA), Trafikblinken (Helsinki, Finland), Free Press (Winnipeg, Manitoba), Bill Bryson, Saturday Evening Post, September, 1988, “Life’s Little Gambles” (USA); Psychology Today (USA), Readers’ Digest (USA), Vancouver Sun, November 8, 1993, Risk Homeostasis re: Anti-Lock Braking Systems (Canada), New York Times (USA), USA Today (USA), Het Parool (Amsterdam, the Netherlands), Canadian Business, Oct. 1994, Toronto, Ontario; Berliner Zeitung, 1994.05.14, Carlheinz Willmann: “Die Lust an der Angst fährt mit” Berlin, Germany, The New Yorker (Jan. 22, 1996, pp.32-36, USA), Gazeta do Povo, Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil, Nov. 30, 1995), A Tribuna, São Paulo, Brazil, Dec. 27, 1995), The Ottawa Citizen, Ottawa, Ontario, (Jan.27 and Feb. 3, 1996), The Christchurch Press, Christchurch, New Zealand (March 2, 1996), Report on Business Magazine, The Globe and Mail, Toronto, Ontario (July, 1996, p.195); Canadian Insurance News, November 15, 1996, 4, p. 277, Canada, Tribune-Review, Pittsburgh, Penna, USA (1996.08.06),The Kingston Whig-Standard, Kingston, Canada, June 6, 1997: Ontario, June 6, 1997, The Globe and Mail, Toronto, Ontario, “Making things safer can be risky business” by Dan Keegan, June 7, 1997, Globe and Mail, Toronto, Ontario, “Drunk-driving law queried” (CP), June 7, 1997. Sonntagszeitung (Gerhard Wisnewski), Switzerland. Nov. 7, 1997, “Co-operation in driver education”, The Ensign, New Zealand, Nov. 25, 1998, “Cooperation in driver education”, Dargaville and District News, New Zealand, Dec. 22, 1997, “Money over the dam; Manitobans want more spending on flood control. The cost-effective answer could be doing nothing at all,” by Peter Shawn Taylor, Canadian Business, Toronto, Ontario, Feb. 13, 1998, pp.17-18,“The inner journey: It’s now or never”, Escape, The Global Guide for the Adventurous Traveler, Santa Monica, Calif., USA, April, 1998, p.26-27, Correio do Povo, Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, Nov. 25,1998, Correio do Povo, Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, Nov. 26, 1998, Zero Hora, Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, Nov. 25, 1998, Globe and Mail, Toronto, Canada, April, 24, 1999, National Post, Toronto, Canada: editorial: “Safe at any speed” (by Peter Shawn Taylor) August 10, 1999, .Australia: the West Australian (article by Steve Butler), Nov. 16, 2001; Occupational Health and Safety Canada, (article by Mark Sabourin), Canada, January 2001,  “Too much protection raises risk” by Alan Macleod, The Yukon News, Whitehorse, March 2, 2001, Canada, “Driving as dangerous as ever” by George Gondos, The Toronto Star, March 24, 2001, Canada, “Hell on wheels” by John Nicol, Maclean’s Magazine, Toronto, Canada, May 7, 2001, pp. 14-19,  "Astronauts face, embrace risk as return to space nears" in The New York Times, (July 10, 2005, p.18) USA,  and the Edmonton Journal, Canada,  July 10, 2005; New York Times USA, Psychology Today USA,  Justin Fox: A Meditation on Risk. Fortune, Oct.10, 2005, pp. 50-62, USA, El Mercurio, May 8, 2006, Santiago, Chile (article by Francisco Fresard), Planet-friendly design? Bah, humbug. By Andrew Potter,  MacLean’s Magazine (Canada) Feb. 12, 2007, Vancouver Sun, Canada, “How much risk do you live with?” by Chad Skelton, 2007.03.09, Der Spiegel (Germany): Risiko statt Sicherheit: Der Mensch sucht die Gefahr.  September 7, 2007,  Sunday Star (Christchurch, New Zealand), Teen Drivers, by Neil Clarkson, Sept. 7, 2007, page C6, Smithsonian Magazine, Washington DC, USA, April 2009, <http://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/Presence-of-Mind-Buckle-Up-And-Behave.html?c=y&page=2>,  “Homeostasis theory: Will Serial Class make comp flying safer?” By Bruce Goldsmith, in Cross Country, Brighton, East Sussex, Great Britain, Nov. – Dec., 2010, pp. 36-37. L'Express. France, 2012.02.13. Le Journal de Forbach, France, 2013.01.18