The windows are open but nobody is home: Young drivers and hazard perception
USC is pleased to host the fourth annual Young Drivers' Seminar. Join us to make a difference in road safety for young drivers. Young driver road safety is of utmost importance around the world, and our community seminars share the latest research – and what you can do to help.
- Wednesday 29 November
8:30am - 12:00pm
- USC- Lecture theatre 3 (LT3)
- Morning tea is provided
- Dr Bridie Scott-Parker - University of the Sunshine Coast
Topic: There's a maccas on the left and something on the right: P-platers, perception, passion, and peril.
- Dr Oscar Oviedo-Trespalacios - Queensland University of Technology
Topic: Young drivers fail to get the message: The complex problem of driver distraction.
- Professor Carlo Prato - The University of Queensland
Topic: Young drivers in Israel and Queensland and their willingness to be risky on the road.
- Mr Steve Cantwell - University of Waikato
Topic: The brain behind the wheel: Adolescent neurodevelopment and the implications for young driver education.