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Personal and behavioral predictors of automobile crash and injury severity.
- K. Kim, L. Nitz, J. Richardson, L. Li
- Engineering, Medicine
- Accident; analysis and prevention
- 1 August 1995
The purpose of this paper is to develop a statistical model explaining the relationships between certain driver characteristics and behaviors, crash severity, and injury severity. Applying techniques… Expand
Spatial analysis of Honolulu motor vehicle crashes: II. Zonal generators.
The spatial relationship between activities which generate trips and motor vehicle accidents is examined and applied to the City and County of Honolulu for 1990. A method is described for examining… Expand
Spatial analysis of Honolulu motor vehicle crashes: I. Spatial patterns.
This study describes spatial patterns in Honolulu motor vehicle accidents for 1990. A method for geo-coding accident locations is utilized with approximately 98% of the crash locations being… Expand
Daily fluctuations in honolulu motor vehicle accidents.
Changes in daily motor vehicle accidents during 1990 are examined for the City and County of Honolulu. Adjusting for changed reporting criteria, daily accidents fluctuate according to an interaction… Expand
Predictors of safety belt use among crash-involved drivers and front seat passengers: adjusting for over-reporting.
Police-reported crash data are rarely used to investigate safety belt use and its predictors, even though these data have a number of advantages over data collected in roadside surveys. It has been… Expand
Patterns of motor vehicle crash involvement by driver age and sex in Hawaii
The purpose of this paper is to develop a statistical description of patterns of motor-vehicle crash types among drivers of different age and sex in order to identify underlying differences in… Expand
ANALYZING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CRASH TYPES AND INJURIES IN MOTOR VEHICLE COLLISIONS IN HAWAII
A statistical model was developed to explain the relationship between types of crashes and injuries sustained in motor vehicle accidents. By using techniques of categorical data analysis and… Expand
The Effect of Mandatory Employer-Sponsored Insurance (ESI) on Health Insurance Coverage and Labor Force Utilization in Hawaii: Evidence from the Current Population Survey (CPS) 1994-2004
Using data from the Current Population Surveys, we examine the impact of Hawaii’s mandatory employer-sponsored insurance on health insurance coverage and employment structure in Hawaii. We find… Expand
DRIVERS AT FAULT: INFLUENCES OF AGE, SEX, AND VEHICLE TYPE
Using log-linear modeling techniques, the probability of fault among collision-involved drivers in Hawaii is related to three categorical variables: age, sex, and vehicle type. Very young and very… Expand
Without cause or effect: Reconsidering welfare migration as a policy problem
Theory: Stories of welfare migration are often statistical narratives of economic rationality that portray welfare migrants as engaging in economically rational but illegitimate behavior. Three waves… Expand