Arlie Adkins recently presented two papers in the traffic and transport psychology track of the International Congress of Applied Psychology in Paris, France. One paper explored the role of descriptive social norms in the facilitation of neighborhood built environment influence on post-move active travel mode adoption. The other was based on findings from a recent co-authored paper finding that drivers exhibit racial bias when stopping for pedestrians at crosswalks. That study was covered by NBC News (video), The Atlantic's CityLab, and The Huffington Post earlier this summer.




Friday, July 18, 2014 - 1:30pm