Dr Amanda Stephens

Amanda has been involved in road safety research for almost two decades and her background is in the psychology behind driver behaviour. Her current research focusses on understanding and addressing the mechanisms behind risky driving behaviour. Particular focus is on aggressive, anti-social or non-compliant driving behaviour. She is currently involved in designing and implementing behaviour modification programs to support drivers in managing emotional, fatigued or inattentive driving.

Amanda is currently accepting Graduate Research students

Research Areas of Interest

Emotional driving, aggressive driving, road use behaviour, road user non-compliance and driver stress and anxiety

Available Graduate Research Projects