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REWARDS AND ROAD USER BEHAVIOUR: AN INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECTS OF REWARD PROGRAMS ON SAFETY BELT USE

@inproceedings{Hagenzieker1999REWARDSAR,
  title={REWARDS AND ROAD USER BEHAVIOUR: AN INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECTS OF REWARD PROGRAMS ON SAFETY BELT USE},
  author={Marjan P. Hagenzieker},
  year={1999}
}
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