Publications and Presentations

Peer-reviewed journal articles

Singleton, P. & Goddard, T. (2016) “Cycling by Choice or Necessity? Exploring the Gender Gap in Bicycling in Oregon.” In Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, DC. 1956: (in press).

Goddard, T., Kahn, K. B., & Adkins, A. (2015). Racial bias in driver yielding behavior at crosswalks. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 33, 1–6. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.trf.2015.06.002

Goddard, T., Handy, S., Cao, X., & Mokhtarian, P. (2006). Voyage of the SS Minivan: Women’s Travel Behavior in Traditional and Suburban Neighborhoods. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, 1956, 141–148. http://doi.org/10.3141/1956-18

White papers and Reports

Monsere, C., Dill, J., McNeil, N., Clifton, K., Foster, N., Goddard, T., … Parks, J. (2014). Lessons From The Green Lanes: Evaluating Protected Bike Lanes In the U.S. Retrieved from http://trid.trb.org/view/2014/M/1312752

Conference papers and presentations

Goddard, T. (Scheduled, August 2016) “Exploring Drivers’ Attitudes and Behaviors toward Bicyclists: Explicit and Implicit Attitudes and Self-Reported Safety Behaviors.” 2016 International Conference on Traffic and Transport Psychology. Brisbane, Australia.

 Goddard, T. (2016) “Exploring Drivers’ Attitudes and Behaviors toward Bicyclists: Explicit and Implicit Attitudes and Self-Reported Safety Behaviors.” Eisenhower Innovative Doctoral Research Showcase, TRB 95th Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.

 Goddard, T., Dill, J., & Monsere, C. (2016). “Driver Attitudes about Bicyclists: Negative Evaluations of Rule-Following and Predictability.” In TRB 95th Annual Meeting Compendium of Papers. Washington, DC.

Goddard, T., Dill, J., & Monsere, C. (2016). “Driver Attitudes about Bicyclists: Negative Evaluations of Rule-Following and Predictability.” At 55th Annual Conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP). Houston, TX.

Dill, J., Goddard, T., & Monsere, C. (2015) Can Protected Bike Lanes Help Close the Gender Gap in Cycling? Lessons from Five Cities. In TRB 94th Annual Meeting Compendium of Papers. Washington, DC.

Goddard, T., Kahn, K. B., & Adkins, A. (2014) “Racial Bias in Driver Yielding Behavior at Crosswalks.” At 28th International Congress of Applied Psychology. Paris, France.

Goddard, T. & Dill, J. (2014) “Adolescent Attitudes toward Active Travel: A Multi-Year Look at Gender and Age Effects.” At the 2014 Active Living Research Annual Conference, San Diego, California.

Goddard, T., Kahn, K. B., & Adkins, A. (2014) “Exploring Racial Bias in Drivers’ Behavior at Pedestrian Crossings.” At the 2014 Active Living Research Annual Conference, San Diego, California. Winner: People’s Choice for Best Poster Content

Goddard, T. & Dill, J. (2014). “Gender Differences in Adolescent Attitudes about Active Travel.” At the 93rd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board. Author copy Goddard Dill Adolescents TRB 2014.

Goddard, T. & Dill, J. (2013). “Betwixt and Be ‘Tween’: The Divergence of Attitudes about Active Travel Among Preteen Girls and Boys.” At the 2013 Active Living Research Annual Conference, San Diego, California.

Selected Non-Academic Talks and Media Coverage

“What Do Drivers Really Think About Cyclists?” The Atlantic’s City Lab.                        2016

 

Mt. Hood Community College STEM Seminar Series, Gresham, OR                  2015

Invited talk: Exploring Drivers’ Attitudes and Behaviors toward

Bicyclists: Explicit and Implicit Attitudes, Behaviors, and Inattentional Blindness

 

“Walking while black” can be dangerous too, study finds.” The Washington Post.

“Drivers Show Signs Of Racial Bias At Crosswalks, Initial Study Finds.”

The Huffington Post.

“Do Drivers Discriminate Against Minorities at Crosswalks?”

The Atlantic’s City Lab.

“Rudeness is contagious.” The Boston Globe.

“Amerikaanse zwarten moeten langer wachten aan zebrapad dan blanken.”

De Morgen (Belgium).

 

Velo Cult & NWNOGGIN “Velocortical” lecture series, Portland, OR                  2014

Invited talk: Moving in Contested Space: Exploring Bias in the Street

 

“For girls on bikes, new research shows a turning point: age 14.” BikePortland 2013

“PSU researcher delving into “multimodal road rage””. BikePortland.

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