More screen operation than calling: The results of observing cyclists' behaviour while using mobile phones

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de Waard, Dick; Westerhuis, Frank; Lewis-Evans, Ben;
(2015)
  • Subject: Smartphone | Mobile phone | HEAD MOVEMENTS | Bicycling | Lateral position

Operating a mobile telephone while riding a bicycle is fairly common practice in the Netherlands, yet it is unknown if this use is stable or increasing. As such, whether the prevalence of mobile phone use while cycling has changed over the past five years was studied vi... View more
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