I did my BSc in Psychology at University of Nottingham, where my project related to driving anxiety and memories of driving tests. I then did my MSc in Human Factors and Ergonomics at Loughborough University, where my project related to the effects of secondary task engagement on hazard perception ability during periods of highly autonomous driving.
My PhD surrounds vulnerable road user interactions with autonomous vehicles in mixed traffic environments.
List your principal research activities and interests: Road user behaviour and traffic psychology, autonomous vehicles, transport safety
Investigating interactions between vulnerable road users and autonomous vehicles.
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