Click on a topic below to view resources
- Consumer/Money Issues
- Decision Making
- Environmentally Friendly Behaviors
- Gender Issues
- Health & Well-being
- Improving Human Performance
- Law & Psychology
- Learning & Memory
- Product Design
Showing search results for "Safety"
Behavior Analyses Help People Work Safer
Learn how behavior-based safety programs can help companies cut injuries and accidents through systematic observation, analysis and intervention.
Danger Ahead: Risk Communication Leads to Healthier Living
Psychological research shows efforts to change people's judgments about the risks associated with health-related behaviors can successfully change those behaviors.
Driven to Distraction
Learn why driving and cellphones aren’t a good mix.
Even A Bit of Lead Is Bad For Kids' Psychological Development
Superman couldn't see through lead, but doctors and psychologists did, exposing lead's damaging effects on children's psychological development.
Why Lime-Yellow Fire Trucks Are Safer Than Red
Human factors and ergonomics researchers have found that bright yellow vehicles are less likely to be involved in accidents.
Making Air Travel Safer Through Crew Resource Management (CRM)
This approach prevents aviation accidents and may soon save lives in operating and emergency rooms.
Third Brake Light Is No Third Wheel
A small design change can save lives, property and money.
More Sleep Would Make Most Americans Happier, Healthier and Safer
Few Americans get enough sleep each night, and the consequences can be disastrous.
The Fast and the Furious
Psychologists figure out who gets road rage and find ways to calm them down.