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  • Social environment versus cycling competency predicting risk-taking in 11- to 13-year-old cyclists in The Netherlands. [Journal Article]
  • TITraffic Inj Prev 2019 Jun 14; :1-6
  • Twisk D, Vlakveld W
  • CONCLUSIONS: At least 20% of children sometimes or more often take risks in traffic. Children who feel peer pressure to behave in a risky manner, observe parents and friends behaving in a risky manner in traffic, and have been exposed as passengers to risky driving more often take risks in traffic themselves. These results provide support for including items on risky road behavior in health monitors and to design interventions that address the risk factors in the child's perceived social environment.
  • Size Estimation of Under-Reported Suicides and Suicide Attempts Using Network Scale up Method. [Journal Article]
  • BEBull Emerg Trauma 2019; 7(2):99-104
  • Moradinazar M, Najafi F, … Haghdoost AA
  • CONCLUSIONS: Given the low coverage of suicide registers, all causes of death, especially deaths classified as accident or deaths with undetermined category, are required to be accurately registered. Investigations of causes of death, correction of wrong codes, as well as interviews with survivors to give them assurance can reduce the rate of suicide denial and result in increased accuracy of death register coverage.
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