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Dr Ian Walker - Cycling, psychology and safety
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Publish-date-icon July 21, 2012
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In this talk from the 2012 Bristol Cycle Festival, the University of Bath's Ian Walker unpicks the relationship between the inner thought processes of drivers and cyclists and their behaviour on the road. Learn why the roads are like a Victorian workplace, the psychology of "them and us", and what cyclists can do to be accepted as a mode of mass transport.

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