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Dr. Samantha Jamson

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Director

Local Address: United Kingdom
Institute for Transport Studies
 
Background

Employment History

  • Principal Research Fellow and Director of International Activities
    Institute for Transport Studies
  • Chartered Psychologist
    Institute for Transport Studies
  • Leeds University Union

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member
    Safety Groups
  • Member
    Highways Engineers
  • Director
    International Activities

Education

  • BSc , Psychology
    The University of Hertfordshire
  • PhD , Research Interests
    The University of Leeds
20 Total References
Web References
The event was hosted by Dr ...
tsh.leeds.ac.uk, 18 Oct 2013 [cached]
The event was hosted by Dr Samantha Jamson of ITS, who previously performed a study showing that patients with obstructive sleep apnoea have an increased risk of being involved in traffic accidents.
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Paper by Dr Jamson
Institute for Transport Studies: Staff profile
www.its.leeds.ac.uk, 21 Aug 2012 [cached]
Dr Samantha Jamson
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Dr Samantha Jamson
Director of International Activities
Phone: +44 (0)113 34 36606
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Dr. Jamson is a Chartered Psychologist at the Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds. She is a member of the Safety and Technology Group, a multidisciplinary team undertaking research in road safety and driver behaviour. With over ten years experience in the field, she has worked on a variety of research projects using driving simulators and instrumented cars as evaluation tools. She has been principal investigator on a range of projects, including evaluations of Transport Telematics applications, road design, and driver impairment. She managed a European project developing metrics for driver distraction and has since been involved in further national and European projects to extend this work. Samantha is a member of the British Standards group on Human Machine Interface issues and the Institution of Highways Engineers (Health and Safety) working group. She recently chaired a European Working Group on motorcycle safety, delivering high-priority research needs to the European Commission. Her research involves collaboration with national and international policymakers (Department for Transport, Highways Agency, European Commission) as well as industrial collaboration for both research and PhD supervision.
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Comte S.L. and Jamson, A.H. (2000). Traditional and innovative speed-reducing measures for curves: an investigation of driver behaviour using a driving simulator. Safety Science, 36 (3) pp.137-150. Comte, S.L. (2000). New Systems, new behaviour Transportation Research Part F, 3, pp.95-111.
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Jamson, S.L.; Tate, F.N.; Jamson, A.H. (2001).
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Jamson, S.L., Tate F.N. and Jamson, A.H. (2005) Evaluating the effects of bilingual traffic signs on driver performance and safety.
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Jamson, S.L and Jamson, A.H. (2006). Safety implications of a pedestrian protection system - the driver's point of view. International Journal of Vehicle Design , Human Factors Special Issue. International Journal of Vehicle Design, 45(3), pp.397-410. Jamson, S.L., Wardman, M.R., Batley, R.P. and Carsten, O.M.J. (2007) Developing a driving Safety Index using a Delphi stated preference experiment. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 40(2), pp 435-42. Jamson, S.L. and Chorlton, K. (2009). The changing nature of motorcycling: Patterns of use and rider characteristics. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 12(4), pp 335-346. Jamson, S.L., Lai, F.C.H, and Jamson, A.H. (2009). Driving simulators for robust comparisons: a case study evaluating road safety engineering treatments. Accident Analysis and Prevention, Vol 42(3) pp 961-971. Jamson, S.L and Jamson, A.H. (2010). The validity of a low cost simulator for the assessment of the effects of in-vehicle information systems. Safety Science, Volume 48, Issue 10, December 2010, Pages 1477-1483. Merat, Lai,. Jamson (2011). The comparative merits of expert observation, subjective and objective data in determining the effects of in-vehicle information systems on driving performance. Safety Science, Volume 49, Issue 2, Pages 172-177.
Institute for Transport Studies: Academic Staff
www.its.leeds.ac.uk, 21 Aug 2012 [cached]
Dr Samantha Jamson Director of International Activities
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Email Samantha Jamson
Institute for Transport Studies
www.its.leeds.ac.uk, 31 Mar 2011 [cached]
Samantha Jamson
Principal Research Fellow
Phone: +44 (0)113 34 36606
...
Dr. Jamson is a Chartered Psychologist at the Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds. She is a member of the Safety Group, a multidisciplinary team undertaking research in road safety and driver behaviour. With over ten years experience in the field, she has worked on a variety of research projects using driving simulators and instrumented cars as evaluation tools. She has been principal investigator on a range of projects, including evaluations of Transport Telematics applications, road design, and driver impairment. She managed a European project developing metrics for driver distraction and has since been involved in further national and European projects to extend this work. Samantha is a member of the British Standards group on Human Machine Interface issues and the Institution of Highways Engineers (Health and Safety) working group. She recently chaired a European Working Group on motorcycle safety, delivering high-priority research needs to the European Commission. Her research involves collaboration with national and international policymakers (Department for Transport, Highways Agency, European Commission) as well as industrial collaboration for both research and PhD supervision.
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Jamson, S.L and Jamson, A.H. (2010). The validity of a low cost simulator for the assessment of the effects of in-vehicle information systems. Safety Science, Volume 48, Issue 10, December 2010, Pages 1477-1483. Merat, Lai,. Jamson (2011). The comparative merits of expert observation, subjective and objective data in determining the effects of in-vehicle information systems on driving performance. Safety Science, Volume 49, Issue 2, Pages 172-177. Comte, S.L. and Carsten, O.M.J. (1997). Behavioural response to automatic speed control in urban areas. Proceedings of the 13th triennial congress of the International Ergonomics Association, June 29 - July 4 1997, Tampere, Finland, 6: 302-304. Helsinki: Finnish Institute of Occupational Health. Carsten, O.M.J. and Comte, S.L. (1997). UK work on automatic speed control. Proceedings of ICTCT 97 Conference, 5-7 November, Lund, Sweden. Comte SL (1998) The effectiveness of ATT and non-ATT treatments for sharp curves on two-lane rural roads. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference of Road Safety in Europe, Bergisch Gladbach, Cologne, Germany. Comte SL (1998) The effect of automatic speed control on driver behavioural adaptation. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference of Road Safety in Europe, Bergisch Gladbach, Cologne, Germany.
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Comte S.L. and Jamson, A.H. (2000). Traditional and innovative speed-reducing measures for curves: an investigation of driver behaviour using a driving simulator. Safety Science, 36 (3) pp.137-150. Comte, S.L. (2000). New Systems, new behaviour Transportation Research Part F, 3, pp.95-111.
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Jamson, S.L.; Tate, F.N.; Jamson, A.H. (2001).
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Jamson, S.L., Tate F.N. and Jamson, A.H. (2005) Evaluating the effects of bilingual traffic signs on driver performance and safety.
...
Jamson, S.L and Jamson, A.H. (2006). Safety implications of a pedestrian protection system - the driver's point of view. International Journal of Vehicle Design , Human Factors Special Issue. International Journal of Vehicle Design, 45(3), pp.397-410. Jamson, S.L., Wardman, M.R., Batley, R.P. and Carsten, O.M.J. (2007) Developing a driving Safety Index using a Delphi stated preference experiment. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 40(2), pp 435-42. Jamson, S.L. and Chorlton, K. (2009). The changing nature of motorcycling: Patterns of use and rider characteristics. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour , 12(4), pp 335-346. Jamson, S.L., Lai, F.C.H, and Jamson, A.H. (2009). Driving simulators for robust comparisons: a case study evaluating road safety engineering treatments. Accident Analysis and Prevention, Vol 42(3) pp 961-971.
Institute for Transport Studies | Samantha Jamson
www.its.leeds.ac.uk, 1 July 2010 [cached]
Dr Samantha Jamson
Principal Research Fellow
Phone: +44 (0)113 34 36606
...
Dr. Jamson is a Chartered Psychologist at the Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds. She is a member of the Safety Group, a multidisciplinary team undertaking research in road safety and driver behaviour. With over ten years experience in the field, she has worked on a variety of research projects using driving simulators and instrumented cars as evaluation tools. She has been principal investigator on a range of projects, including evaluations of Transport Telematics applications, road design, and driver impairment. She managed a European project developing metrics for driver distraction and has since been involved in further national and European projects to extend this work. Samantha is a member of the British Standards group on Human Machine Interface issues and the Institution of Highways Engineers (Health and Safety) working group. She recently chaired a European Working Group on motorcycle safety, delivering high-priority research needs to the European Commission. Her research involves collaboration with national and international policymakers (Department for Transport, Highways Agency, European Commission) as well as industrial collaboration for both research and PhD supervision.
...
Comte S.L. and Jamson, A.H. (2000). Traditional and innovative speed-reducing measures for curves: an investigation of driver behaviour using a driving simulator. Safety Science, 36 (3) pp.137-150. Comte, S.L. (2000). New Systems, new behaviour? Transportation Research Part F, 3, pp.95-111.
...
Jamson, S.L.; Tate, F.N.; Jamson, A.H. (2001).
...
Jamson, S.L., Tate F.N. and Jamson, A.H. (2005) Evaluating the effects of bilingual traffic signs on driver performance and safety.
...
Jamson, S.L and Jamson, A.H. (2006). Safety implications of a pedestrian protection system - the driver's point of view. International Journal of Vehicle Design , Human Factors Special Issue. International Journal of Vehicle Design, 45(3), pp.397-410. Jamson, S.L., Wardman, M.R., Batley, R.P. and Carsten, O.M.J. (2007) Developing a driving Safety Index using a Delphi stated preference experiment. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 40(2), pp 435-42. Jamson, S.L. and Chorlton, K. (2009). The changing nature of motorcycling: Patterns of use and rider characteristics. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour , 12(4), pp 335-346. Jamson, S.L., Lai, F.C.H, and Jamson, A.H. (2009). Driving simulators for robust comparisons: a case study evaluating road safety engineering treatments. Accident Analysis and Prevention, in press.
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