Read the publications relating to the Driver Risk Index™

The Driver Risk Index™ is the subject of over 90 published academic papers.  A sample list is below…

  • Besharati, M. M., & Kashani, A. T., (2017)

    Factors contributing to intercity commercial bus drivers' crash involvement risk, Archives of Environmental & Occupational Health, DOI: 10.1080/19338244.2017.1306478

  • Desmond, P. A., & Matthews, G. (2009)

    Individual differences in stress and fatigue in two field studies of driving. Transportation Research Part F, 12 (4), 265-276.

  • Dorn, L. (2005)

    Professional driver training and driver stress: Effects on simulated driving performance. In G. Underwood., (Ed) Traffic and Transport Psychology, Elsevier: Amsterdam.

  • Dorn, L., & Garwood, L. (2005)

    Development of a psychometric measure of bus driver behaviour. Behavioural Research in Road Safety: 14th Seminar. London: Department for Transport.

  • Dorn, L., & Matthews, G. (1992)

    Two further studies of personality correlates of driver stress. Personality and Individual Differences, 13, 949-951.

  • Dorn, L., & Matthews, G. (1995)

    Prediction of mood and risk appraisals from trait measures: two studies of simulated driving. European Journal of Personality, 9, 25-42.

  • Dorn, L., Stephen, L, Wåhlberg, A.E, & Gandolfi, J. (2010)

    Development and validation of a self-report measure of bus driver behaviour. Ergonomics, 53 (12), 1420–1433.

  • Emo, A. K., Matthews, G., & Funke, G. (2016)

    The slow and the furious: Anger, stress and risky passing in simulated traffic congestion. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 42, 1-14.

  • Gandolfi, J., & Dorn, L. (2005)

    Development of the Police Driver Risk Index. In L. Dorn (Ed.) Driver Behaviour and Training, Volume II, pp. 337-347. Aldershot: Ashgate.

  • Glendon, A. I., Dorn, L., Matthews, G., Gulian, E., Davies, D. R. & Debney, L. M. (1993)

    Reliability of the Driving Behaviour Inventory. Ergonomics, 36, 719-726.

  • Gulian, E., Glendon, A. I., Matthews, G., Davies, D. R., & Debney, L. M. (1988)

    Exploration of driver stress using self-reported data. In J. A. Rothengatter & R. A. de Bruin (Eds.) Road User Behaviour: Theory and Research (pp. 342-347). Maastricht: van Gorcum

  • Gulian, E., Matthews, G., Glendon, A. I., Davies, D. R., Debney L. M. (1989)

    Dimensions of driver stress. Ergonomics, 32, 585-602.

  • Kashani, A. T. & Besharati, M. M. (2019)

    An investigation on the relationship between demographic variables, driving behaviour and crash involvement risk of bus drivers: A case study from Iran, International Journal of Occupational Safety and Ergonomics, DOI: 10.1080/10803548.2019.1603012

  • Kontogiannis, T. (2006)

    Patterns of driver stress and coping strategies in a Greek sample and their relationship to aberrant behaviours and traffic accidents, Accident Analysis and Prevention 38(5), 913-924.

  • Lajunen, T., Corry, A., Hartley, L., & Summala, H. (1998)

    Impression management and self-deception in traffic behaviour inventories. Personality and Individual Differences, 22(3), 341-353.

  • Lajunen, T., & Summala, H. (1995)

    Driving experience, personality, and skill and safety-motive dimensions in drivers’ self-assessments. Personality and Individual Differences, 19, 307-318.

  • Lucas, J. L., & Heady, R. B. (2002)

    Flexitime commuters and their driver stress, feelings of urgency, and commute satisfaction. Journal of Business and Psychology, 16, 565-571.

  • Liu, B.S., & Lee, Y.H. (2005)

    Effects of car-phone use and aggressive disposition during critical driving manoeuvres. Transportation Research Part F, 8 (4-5), 369-382.

  • Matthews, G. (2001b)

    A transactional model of driver stress. In P. Hancock & P. Desmond (Eds.), Stress, Workload and Fatigue, pp. 133-163. Mahwah: Erlbaum.

  • Matthews, G. (2002)

    Towards a transactional ergonomics for driver stress and fatigue. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomic Science, 3, 195-211.

  • Matthews, G., & Campbell, S.E. (2009)

    Sustained performance under overload: personality and individual differences in stress and coping. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, 10 (5), 417–442.

  • Matthews, G., & Desmond, P. A. (1998)

    Personality and multiple dimensions of task-induced fatigue: a study of simulated driving. Personality and Individual Differences, 25, 443-458.

  • Matthews, G., Desmond, P. A., Joyner, L., Carcary, B., & Gilliland, K. (1996)

    Validation of the Driver Stress Inventory and the Driver Coping Questionnaire. Unpublished report. Also presented at the International Conference on Traffic and Transport Psychology, Valencia, Spain, 1996.

  • Matthews, G., Desmond, P. A., Joyner, L., Carcary, B., & Gilliland, K. (1997)

    A comprehensive questionnaire measure of driver stress and affect. In T. Rothengatter, & E. C. Vaya, Traffic and Transport Psychology: Theory and Application, pp. 317-324. Amsterdam: Pergamon.

  • Matthews, G., Dorn, L., & Glendon, A. I. (1991)

    Personality correlates of driver stress. Personality and Individual Differences, 12, 535-549.

  • Matthews, G., Dorn, L., Hoyes, T. W., Davies, D. R., Glendon, A. I., & Taylor, R. G. (1998)

    Driver stress and performance on a driving simulator. Human Factors, 40, 136-149.

  • Matthews, G., Emo, A. K., & Funke, G. J. (2005)

    The Transactional Model of driver stress and fatigue and its implications for driver training. In L. Dorn (Ed.) Driver Behaviour and Training, Volume II, pp. 273-285. Aldershot: Ashgate.

  • Matthews, G., Sparkes, T. J., & Bygrave, H. M. (1996)

    Stress, attentional overload and simulated driving performance. Human Performance, 9, 77-101.

  • Matthews, G., Tsuda, A., Xin, G., & Ozeki, Y. (1999)

    Individual differences in driver stress vulnerability in a Japanese sample. Ergonomics, 42, 401-415.

  • Öz, B., Özkan, T., & Lajunen, T. (2010)

    Professional and non-professional drivers’ stress reactions and risky driving. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 13(1), 32-40.

  • Qu, W., Zhang, Q., Zhao W., & Zhang, K (2016)

    Validation of the driver stress inventory in china; Relationship with dangerous driving behaviours. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 87, 50-58.

  • Rowden, P., Matthews, G., & Watson, B. et al. (2011)

    The relative impact of work-related stress, life stress and driving environment stress on driving outcomes. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 43 (4), 1332-1340.

  • Shamoa-Nir, L. & Koslowsky, M (2010)

    Aggression on the road as a function of stress, coping strategy and driver style. Psychology, 1, 35-44.

  • Taubman-Ben-Ari, O. (2008)

    Motivational sources of driving and their associations with reckless driving cognitions and behaviour. European Review of Applied Psychology, 58 (1), 51-64.

  • Westerman, S. J., & Haigney, D. (2000)

    Individual differences in driver stress, error and violation. Personality and Individual Differences, 29, 981-998.

  • Wickens, C.M., & Wiesenthal, D.L. (2005)

    State driver stress as a function of occupational stress, traffic congestion, and trait stress susceptibility. Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research, 10 (2), 83-97.