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His primary interests are conducting fundamental research on accident analysis methodology, new and innovative statistical methods for modeling motor vehicle collisions (including Bayesian statistics), and before/after evaluation techniques. His other research interests include problems associated with the crash data collection process, safety audits, human factors related to older drivers and pedestrians, and traffic flow theory. He has had more than 130 papers published in peer-reviewed journals and another 140 papers presented at national and international conferences.
Highway Safety Analytics and Modeling: Techniques and Methods for Analyzing Crash Data Paperback