Contents: Preface; Part 1 New Thinking in Driver Behaviour and Education: Driver research myths, A.E. af Wåhlberg; Recent findings on risky acts in adolescence: implications for understanding European drivers, Divera Twisk and Willem Vlakveld; A comparison of inexperienced and experienced drivers' cognitive and physiological response to hazards, Steve W. Kelly, Neale Kinnear, James Thomson and Steve Stradling; Development of driver performance assessment: informing learner drivers of their driving progress, Erik Roelofs, Marieke van Onna and Jan Visser; How can reflecting teams contribute to enhanced driving teacher learning?, Hilde Kjelsrud. Part 2 Driver Personality and Driver Offending: Understanding the unique contribution of aversion to risk-taking in predicting drivers' self-reported speeding, M. Anthony Machin and Janna E. Plint; Young drivers: investigating the link between impulsivity and problem driver status, Fearghal O'Brien, Simon Dunne and Michael Gormley; Relationships between driving style, self-reported driving behaviour and personality, S.M. Skippon, N. Reed, T. Luke, R. Robbins, M. Chattington and A.H. Harrison; Public perception of risk of being caught committing traffic offences, Isah Noradrenalina, M. Maslina and L.S. Kee; Rear seatbelt wearing in Malaysia: public awareness and practice, Norlen Mohamed, Muhammad Fadhli Mohd Yussoff and Isah Noradrenalina; The continuous evaluation of driver rehabilitation programmes in Austria, Julia Bardodej, Franz Nechtelberger and Martin Nechtelberger; Perceptions of the Spanish penalty point law, Maria Eugènia Gras, Silvia Font-Mayolas, Mark J.M. Sullman, Mònica Cunill and Montserrat Planes. Part 3 Powered Two Wheeler Behaviour: The role of the psychologist in a moped rider training programme, Patrícia António and Manuel Matos; Interim evaluation of the UK's national RIDE scheme, Cris Burgess, Paul Broughton, Fiona Fylan and Steve Stradling; Encouraging rider behaviour change by using respected communicators, Paul S. Broughton, Sandy Allan and Linda Walker; The motorcycle rider behaviour questionnaire (MRBQ) and commercial motorcycle riders in Nigeria, Oluwadiya Kehinde Sunday and Ladoke Akintola. Part 4 At Work Road Safety: Contemporary behavioural influences in an organisational setting and implications for intervention development, Bevan Rowland, Jeremy Davey, James Freeman and Darren Wishart; A review of the effectiveness of occupational road safety initiatives, Tamara Banks, Jeremy Davey, Herbert Biggs and Mark King; Developing risk assessment tools for fleet settings: where to from here?, James Freeman, Darren Wishart, Jeremy Davey and Bevan Rowland; From research to commercial fuel efficiency training for truck drivers using TruckSim, Nick Reed, Stephanie Cynk and Andrew M. Parkes; The utility of psychometric testing for predicting bus driver behaviour, Wendy Lord and Joerg Prieler; Identification of barriers to and facilitators for the implementation of occupational road safety initiatives, Tamara Banks and Jeremy Davey. Part 5 Human Factors and Driver Attention: An observational survey of driving distractions in England, Mark J.M. Sullman; Calibration of an eye-tracking system for variable message signs validation, M. Claudia Guattari, Maria Rosaria De Blasiis, Alessandro Calvi and Andrea Benedetto; Visual behaviour of car drivers in road traffic, Carmen Kettwich, Stefan Stockey and Uli Lemmer; Icons for actions in a driving simulator, Robert H. Barbour; Contributory factors for incidents involving local and non-local road users, Linda Walker and Paul S. Broughton; Severity of injury outcomes for older drivers involved in intersection crashes, Peter Hillard; Index.