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C. Alan Hopewell
Dr. Alan Hopewell received his doctorate in clinical psychology from North Texas State University and his formal clinical neuropsychological training at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. While on active Army service, he directed the Neuropsychological Laboratory for the 7th U.S. Army throughout the European theater and subsequently the 5th U.S. Army, completing his USAR service as a major. He was the first Texan to be board certified by examination in clinical neuropsychology, and in 2000 he earned a master’s degree in clinical psychopharmacology. He has been awarded the Texas Psychological Association Award as the outstanding clinical neuropsychologist in Texas. He is past-president of the Texas Psychological Association. He is a fellow of the American
Psychological Assocation and is a DOD prescribing psychologist with a state license as a Medical Psychologist. He is serving as a Major and Regular Army officer, and as the Officer in Charge of outpatient mental health services at Ft. Hood, Texas, where is responsible for the largest number of outpatient mental health services for active duty military of any installation in the world.
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Product Code: 5473
Publisher: Lawyers & Judges Publishing Company
Binding Information: softbound
Size: 8.5" X 11" Inches
Availability: In stock.
This book introduces you to the behavior of the road user. Driver limitations and driver or pedestrian error are the major factors in traffic accidents, contributing to about 90% of roadway crashes. Driver behavior, however, is often the most complex and yet least understood element in the roadway system. A wide variety of perspectives on human factors and driver behavior are covered ranging from the design of roads, vehicles and traffic control devices to emotional and motivational determinants of driver behavior. Many traffic safety experts have contributed to this book in order to give you a comprehensive introduction to human factors as it pertains to driver and pedestrian behavior and traffic safety. This new edition has been extensively revised, and contains new chapters on driver education and driver distraction. If you are involved with accident investigation or the promotion of traffic safety in any capacity, this book is an essential part of your library.Click on the book title for more information