Ph.D. Faculty of Mathematics & Physical Sciences, University
of Amsterdam, 1962.
M.A. Psychology, University of Amsterdam, 1959.
B.A. Psychology, University of Amsterdam, 1955.
Email: wildeg at queensu.ca
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Wilde's most recent book (2001) entitled Target Risk 2
is available from http://www.pde.drivers.com/store/books/014.php.
The first edition (1994) can be accessed at http://psyc.queensu.ca/target/
See his curriculum vitae for details.
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