Our Publications

Foss, RD & Goodwin, AH. (2014). Distracted Driver Behaviors and Distracting Conditions among Adolescent Drivers: Findings from a Naturalistic Driving Study. Journal of Adolescent Health, 54(5):S50-S60.

Goodwin, AH, Foss, RD, Margolis, LH, & Harrell, S. (2014). Parent comments and instruction during the first four months of supervised driving: An opportunity missed? Accident Analysis & Prevention, 69:15-22.

Goodwin, A, Kirley, B, Sandt, L, Hall, W, Thomas, L, O’Brien, N, & Summerlin, D. (2013). Countermeasures That Work: A Highway Safety Countermeasures Guide for State Highway Safety Offices. 7th edition. (Report No. DOT HS 811 727). Washington, DC: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Goodwin, AH, Margolis, LH, Foss, RD, Harrell, S, O’Brien, NP, & Kirley, BB. (2013). Improving Parental Supervision of Novice Drivers Using an Evidence-Based Approach. Washington, DC: AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.

Masten, SV, Foss, RD, & Marshall SW. (2013). Graduated Driver Licensing Program Component Calibrations and Their Association with Fatal Crash Involvement. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 57:105–113.

O’Brien, NP, Foss, RD, Goodwin, AH, & Masten, SV. (2013). Supervised hours requirements in graduated driver licensing: Effectiveness and parental awareness. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 50:330-335.

Goodwin, AH, Foss, RD, Harrell, SS, & O’Brien, NP. (2012). Distracted Driving Among Newly Licensed Teen Drivers. Washington, DC: AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.

Goodwin, AH, O’Brien, NP, & Foss, RD. (2012). Effect of North Carolina’s restriction on teenage driver cell phone use two years after implementation. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 48:363-367.

Masten SV, Foss RD, & Marshall SW. (2011). Graduated Driver Licensing and Fatal Crashes Involving 16- to 19-Year-Old Drivers. Journal of the American Medical Association, 306(10):1098-1103.

O’Brien, NP, Goodwin, AH, & Foss, RD. (2010). Talking and texting among teenage drivers: A glass half empty or half full? Traffic Injury Prevention, 11:549-554.

Masten, SV & Foss, RD. (2010). Long-term effect of the North Carolina graduated driver licensing system on licensed driver crash incidence: A 5-year survival analysis. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 42:1647–1652.

Foss RD, Goodwin, AH, McCartt AT & Hellinga LA. (2008). Short-term effects of a teenage driver cell phone restriction. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 41:419-24.

Foss RD. (2007). Improving graduated driver licensing systems: A conceptual approach and its implications. Journal of Safety Research, 38:185-192.

Goodwin, A, Foss, R, Sohn, J, & Mayhew, D. (2007). Volume 19: A Guide for Reducing Collisions Involving Young Drivers. NCHRP Report 500: Guidance for Implementation of the AASHTO Strategic Highway Safety Plan. Washington, DC: Transportation Research Board.

Margolis LH, Masten SV, & Foss RD. (2007). The effects of graduated driver licensing on hospitalization rates and charges for 16 and 17 year-olds in North Carolina. Traffic Injury Prevention, 8(1):35-38

Foss, RD. (2007). Addressing behavioral elements in traffic safety: A recommended approach.  In Improving traffic safety culture in the U.S.: The journey forward. Washington DC: AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.

Goodwin AH, Waller MW, Foss RD, & Margolis LH. (2006). Parental supervision of teenage drivers in a graduated licensing system. Traffic Injury Prevention, 7(3):224-231.

Goodwin AH, Wells JK, Foss RD, & Williams AF. (2006). Encouraging compliance with graduated driver licensing restrictions. Journal of Safety Research, 37(4):343-351.

Beirness DJ, Foss RD, & Vogel-Sprott M. (2004). Drinking on campus; self-reports and breath tests. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 65(5): 600-604.

Goodwin A & Foss R. (2004). Graduated driver licensing restrictions: Awareness, compliance and enforcement in North Carolina. Journal of Safety Research, 35: 367-374.

Foss RD & Goodwin A. (2003). Enhancing the effectiveness of graduated driver licensing legislation. Journal of Safety Research, 34(1):79-84.

Foss RD, Feaganes JR, & Rodgman EA. (2001).  Initial effect of graduated driver licensing on 16 year-old driver crashes in North Carolina. Journal of the American Medical Association, 286(13):1588-1592.

Margolis LH, Foss RD, & Tolbert WG. (2000). Alcohol and the motor vehicle-related deaths of children as passengers, pedestrians, and bicyclists. Journal of the American Medical Association, 283(17): 2245-2248.

Foss RD. (2000). Reducing fatal crash risk among teenaged drivers: Structuring an effective graduated licensing system. Journal of the American Medical Association, 283(12):1617-1618.

Foss RD & Evenson KR. (1999). Effectiveness of graduated driver licensing in reducing motor vehicle crashes.  American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 16(1S),47-56.

Foss RD. (1996). Graduated Driver Licensing: Pros & Cons.  In Transportation Research Circular 458: Graduated Driver Licensing.  Transportation Research Board: Washington DC, April.