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EXPERIENCE AND EXPERTISE IN HAZARD PERCEPTION
in the experiment reported here, new forms of a portable test on hazard perception were subjected to validation by investigating the performance of groups of expert and novice drivers, along with aExpand
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DEVELOPMENTS IN HAZARD PERCEPTION
Previous research has indicated that in the first few years drivers are relatively poor at detecting hazards. The present report explores developments in research on hazard perception. In twoExpand
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The Uses of Script and Print
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Dissemination and reception in the later Middle Ages
Procedure associated contents compositions dependent on the "Historia" disruptions of the Vulgate text dedications rubrics and book-divisions test-collations towards a textual history circulation andExpand
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Rhabdoviridae. Report of the Rhabdovirus Study Group, International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses.
The family Rhabdoviridae comprises approximately 75 viruses infecting vertebrates, invertebrates and plants. The main characteristics of the member viruses are: (i) the viruses infecting vertebratesExpand
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Control of Wildlife Rabies
The possibility of controlling terrestrial wild-life rabies by immunization rather than by population reduction has been under active consideration for the last 15–20 years. The idea is to provideExpand
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PRISTINA LIBERTAS : LIBERTY AND THE ANGLO-SAXONS REVISITED
The association between liberty and the Anglo-Saxons has been rendered mythical by later retellings, both in the Middle Ages and afterwards. This later history notwithstanding, it is argued here thatExpand
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Women, posthumous benefaction and family strategy in pre-Conquest England
When Jack Goody put more than a thousand years into the few hundred pages of his Development of the Family and Marriage in Europe, he could be allowed a little judgmental rhetoric. The documentationExpand
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