Joanne Wood
Joanne Wood
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Cognitive, sensory and physical factors enabling driving safety in older adults
KJ Anstey, J Wood, S Lord, JG Walker
Clinical psychology review 25 (1), 45-65, 2005
9752005
Predictors of future falls in Parkinson disease
GK Kerr, CJ Worringham, MH Cole, PF Lacherez, JM Wood, PA Silburn
Neurology 75 (2), 116-124, 2010
5202010
Amblyopia: prevalence, natural history, functional effects and treatment
AL Webber, J Wood
Clinical and experimental optometry 88 (6), 365-375, 2005
3432005
Age and visual impairment decrease driving performance as measured on a closed-road circuit
JM Wood
Human factors 44 (3), 482-494, 2002
3152002
Do generalized visual training programmes for sport really work? An experimental investigation
B Abernethy, JM Wood
Journal of sports sciences 19 (3), 203-222, 2001
2602001
Can the anticipatory skills of experts be learned by novices?
B Abernethy, JM Wood, S Parks
Research quarterly for exercise and sport 70 (3), 313-318, 1999
2191999
The hazard perception ability of older drivers
MS Horswill, SA Marrington, CM McCullough, J Wood, NA Pachana, ...
The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social …, 2008
2152008
A multidomain approach for predicting older driver safety under in‐traffic road conditions
JM Wood, KJ Anstey, GK Kerr, PF Lacherez, S Lord
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 56 (6), 986-993, 2008
2072008
Climate change and the integrity of science
PH Gleick, RM Adams, RM Amasino, E Anders, DJ Anderson, ...
Science 328 (5979), 689-690, 2010
2012010
The effect of amblyopia on fine motor skills in children
AL Webber, JM Wood, GA Gole, B Brown
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 49 (2), 594-603, 2008
1952008
Effect of visual impairment on driving
JM Wood, R Troutbeck
Human Factors 36 (3), 476-487, 1994
1861994
Limitations in drivers' ability to recognize pedestrians at night
JM Wood, RA Tyrrell, TP Carberry
Human factors 47 (3), 644-653, 2005
1832005
Vision and driving: Selective effect of optical blur on different driving tasks
KE Higgins, J Wood, A Tait
Human Factors 40 (2), 224-232, 1998
1811998
Elderly drivers and simulated visual impairment.
JM Wood, R Troutbeck
Optometry and vision science: official publication of the American Academy …, 1995
1751995
Vision and falls
A Black, J Wood
Clinical and Experimental Optometry 88 (4), 212-222, 2005
1722005
The development and validation of two complementary measures of drivers’ hazard perception ability
MA Wetton, MS Horswill, C Hatherly, JM Wood, NA Pachana, KJ Anstey
Accident Analysis & Prevention 42 (4), 1232-1239, 2010
1702010
Effect of restriction of the binocular visual field on driving performance
JM Wood, R Troutbeck
Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics 12 (3), 291-298, 1992
1681992
Standard measures of visual acuity do not predict drivers’ recognition performance under day or night conditions
JM Wood, O D ALFRED
Optometry and vision science 82 (8), 698-705, 2005
1632005
Risk of falls, injurious falls, and other injuries resulting from visual impairment among older adults with age-related macular degeneration
JM Wood, P Lacherez, AA Black, MH Cole, MY Boon, GK Kerr
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 52 (8), 5088-5092, 2011
1592011
Quantitative assessment of driving performance in Parkinson’s disease
JM Wood, C Worringham, G Kerr, K Mallon, P Silburn
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry 76 (2), 176-180, 2005
1592005
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