Transport Psychology in Europe: A Historical Approach

  • Pierre-Emmanuel Barjonet
  • Francisco Tortosa
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Abstract

This chapter presents the stages of the development of transport psychology from the beginning of the century to the present days (see for a history of psychology applied to transport, on an European scale: Giese, 1921; Baumgarten, 1928; Dorsch, 1963; Hale, 1980; Jaeger and Stauble, 1981; Klebelsberg, 1982; Geuter, 1985; Métraux, 1985; Rüegsegger, 1986; Tortosa, Montoro and Carbonell, 1989; Echterhoff, 1991; Yela and Prieto, 1993; Dehue, 1995; Gundlach, 1993; 1996a, b, 1998).

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Apply Psychology Road Safety Road Transport Road User Road Sign 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Pierre-Emmanuel Barjonet
    • 1
  • Francisco Tortosa
    • 2
  1. 1.European Association of Transport PsychologistsFrance
  2. 2.INTRASInstitute for Traffic Safety ResearchSpain

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