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Health Promot Perspect. 2017;7(3): 140-144. doi: 10.15171/hpp.2017.26
PMID: 28695102        PMCID: PMC5497365

Original Article

How young pedestrians do explain their risky road crossing behaviors? A qualitative study in Iran

Mina Hashemiparast 1, Reza Negarandeh 2, Ali Montazeri 3 *

Cited by CrossRef: 6


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3- Azami-Aghdash S. Meta-synthesis of qualitative evidence in road traffic injury prevention: a scoping review of qualitative studies (2000 to 2019). Arch Public Health. 2020;78(1) [Crossref]
4- Useche S, Hezaveh A, Llamazares F, Cherry C. Not gendered… but different from each other? A structural equation model for explaining risky road behaviors of female and male pedestrians. Accident Analysis & Prevention. 2021;150:105942 [Crossref]
5- Hashemiparast M, Sharma M, Asghari Jafarabadi M, Hosseini Z. Still careless: findings from a cross-sectional study of young pedestrians’ risky road crossing behaviors. Arch Public Health. 2020;78(1) [Crossref]
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