See Bike, Say Bike: Cognitive Psychology and the Psychology of Driving w/Peter Chapman
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Peter Chapman talks to Stephen about his work on cognitive psychology, specifically when it comes to driving. They have a fascinating discussion about how memory plays a part in road accidents, as well as about the See Bike, Say Bike campaign.

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For more information about Peter's work and the Institute, please use the following links:

Accident Research Unit: https://tinyurl.com/kwdwxexx
See Bike, Say Bike: https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/vision/vision-see-bike-say-bike

The Institute for Policy and Engagement: https://tinyurl.com/yh46zla8
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