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Northport Associates' work has resulted in a large number of publications. There are two sections below:

 

Publications, Articles, & Reports

Transportation Safety and Injury Prevention

Lonero, L. P., Clinton, K. M., Sleet, D., Lee-Gosselin, M., Simpson, H., & Roach, K. (Unpublished). Road safety as a social construct. Ottawa, Ontario: Transport Canada.

Lonero, L. P., Clinton, K. M., Mayhew, D. R., Peck R. C., Smiley, A. M., & Black, D. R. (Unpublished). Driver improvement programs: State of knowledge and trends. Ottawa, Ontario: Transport Canada.

Lonero, L. P., & Clinton, K. M. (2008-2012; Unpublished). Extensive Series of Research and Annual Reports for the 5-Year Formative Evaluation of MPI’s High School Education Project. Winnipeg, Manitoba: Manitoba Public Insurance.

Lonero, L. P., & Hirsch, P. (Submitted). Defining a cultural paradigm to support further progress in road safety. Transportation Research Part F: Special Edition -- Traffic Safety Culture.

Thomas, F. D., Blomberg, R. D., Korbelak, K., Stutts, J., Wilkins, J., Lonero, L., Clinton, K., & Black, D. (2012, June). Examination of supplemental driver training and online basic driver education. (Report No. DOT HS 811 609). Washington, DC: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Mayhew, D. R., Simpson, H. M., Wood, K. M., Lonero, L., Clinton, K. M., & Johnson, A. G. (2011). On-road and simulated driving: concurrent and discriminant validation. Journal of Safety Research; 42(4), 267-275.

Lonero L. P., & Mayhew D. (2010). Large-scale Evaluation of Driver Education: Review of the Literature on Driver Education Evaluation 2010 Update. Washington, DC: AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.

Lonero, L. P. (2008). Trends in driver education evaluation and development. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 35(3S), S316-23.

Lonero, L. (2007). Finding the Next Cultural Paradigm for Road Safety. In Improving Traffic Safety Culture in the United States; The Journey Forward. Washington, D.C., AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.

Clinton, K. M., & Lonero, L. (2006). Evaluating driver education programs: Comprehensive guidelines. Washington, DC: AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.

Clinton, K. M., & Lonero, L. (2006). Evaluating driver education program: How-to guide. Washington, DC: AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.

Lonero, L. (2006). Student Competency Measures. In Driver Education: The Path Ahead. Transportation Research Circular E-C101, Washington, DC: Transportation Research Board.

Lonero, L., & Clinton, K. M., (2006). Evaluating driver education programs: Management overview. Washington, DC: AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.

Lonero, L., & Clinton, K. (2006). Situation analysis of driver education in Canadian provinces and territories. Ottawa, Ontario: Natural Resources Canada.

Lonero, L. P., Clinton, K. M., & Sleet, D. A. (2006). Behavior change interventions in road safety. In A. C. Gielen, D. A. Sleet & R. J. DiClemente (Eds.), Injury and violence prevention. Behaviorial science theories, methods, and applications (pp. 213-233). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Clinton, K. M., & Lonero, L. P. (2005). Evaluating driver education programs. Expert workshop discussion paper. Washington, DC: AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.

Lonero, L. P., Clinton, K. M., Persaud, B. N., Chipman, M. L., & Smiley, A. M. (2005). A longitudinal analysis of Manitoba Public Insurance Driver Education Program. Winnipeg, Manitoba: Manitoba Public Insurance.

Lonero, L. P., & Clinton, K. M. (2004). Aging Driver Strategy - Stakeholder workshop and strategy development paper. Edmonton, AB: Alberta Transportation.

Lonero, L. P., & Clinton, K. M. (2004). Evaluating driver education programs. Literature review. Washington, DC: AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.

Smiley, A., Lonero, L., & Chipman, M. (2004). Final report. A review of the effectiveness of driver training and licensing programs in reducing road crashes. Paris, France: MAIF Foundation.

Lonero, L. P. (2002). Driver skill. In J. P. Rothe (Ed.), Moving the margins of traffic safety: Struggling to make a difference. Edmonton, Alberta: University of Alberta Press.

Sleet, D. A. & Lonero, L. (2002). Behavioral approaches to preventing motor vehicle crashes. In L. Breslow, J. Last, L. Green & M. McGinnis (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Public Health. Missouri, U.S.: Mosby.

Lonero, L. P., Clinton, K. M., & Black, D. (2000). Training to improve the decision making of young novice drivers, Volume II. Literature review: Consistency not capacity: Cognitive, motivational and developmental aspects of decision making in young novice drivers. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Lonero, L. P. & Sharfman, W. L. (2000). Driver education in Y2K. Smarter cars, highways and drivers. Toronto, Ontario: PDE Publications (www.drivers.com).

Lonero, L. (1999). Have the wheels fallen off traffic enforcement? Toronto, Ontario: PDE Publications (www.drivers.com).

Sharfman, W. L. & Lonero, L. P. (1999). Smarter cars need smarter drivers. Automotive News. August 23.

Lonero, L. & Clinton, K. (1998). Changing road user behaviour: What works and what doesn’t.Toronto, Ontario: PDE Publications (www.drivers.com).

Lonero, L., Clinton, K., & Black, D. (1998). Driver education curriculum outline. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Chicago, 1998.

Lonero, L. (1997). Driver education content: Driver education at the crossroads. Transportation Research Circular. January.

Lonero, L. & Clinton, K. (1996). Driver education and graduated licensing: How should they fit together. Transportation Research Circular 458. January, 40-44.

Lonero, L. & Clinton, K. (1996). Recommended model for Approved New Driver Training Component administration - NDIP ADNT Component. Victoria, B.C.: Ministry of Highways and Transportation, Government of British Columbia.

Lonero, L., Clinton, K., Mayhew, D., & Black, D. (1995). Approved New Driver Training - NDIP ANDT Component. Part 1: Curriculum Review and Part 2: Curriculum Model. Victoria, B.C.: Ministry of Highways and Transportation, Government of British Columbia.

Lonero, L., Clinton, K., Brock, J., Wilde, G., Laurie, I., & Black, D. (1995). Novice driver education model curriculum outline. Washington, D.C.: AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.

Lonero, L., Clinton, K., Wilde, G., Roach, K., McKnight, J., Maclean, H., & Guastello, S. (1995). In search of safer roads: What works in changing road user behaviour. Toronto, Ontario: Ontario Ministry of Transportation.

Lonero, L., Clinton, K., Wilde, G., Roach, K., McKnight, J., Maclean, H., Guastello, S., & Lamble, R. (1994). The roles of legislation, education and reinforcement in changing road user behaviour. Toronto, Ontario: Ontario Ministry of Transportation.

Lonero, L., Clinton, K., Wilde, G., Holden, R., McKnight, J., McKnight, S., & Young, M. (1994). Self awareness of risk and self restricted driving in older drivers. Toronto, Ontario: Ontario Ministry of Transportation.

Lonero, L. P. (1986). Truck safety in Ontario. The Safety Network, 2, 2, August.

Clifford, L., Bartlett, G., Blake, E., Cowan, D., Lonero, L., & Vaga, K. (1985). Road Worthy: Becoming a responsible driver. Toronto, Ontario: Ontario Ministry of Transportation and Communications.

Lonero, L. P., & Pierce, J. A. (1981). History and evaluation of seat belt legislation in Ontario. In R. N. Green & E. Petrucelli (Eds.), The human collision: International Symposium on Occupant Restraint (June 1-3, 1981) Toronto, Ontario (pp. 119-131). Morton Grove, Illinois: American Association for Automotive Medicine.

Stephen (Clinton), K. M., & Clifford, L. V. (1980). Fuel efficient driving: A survey of the attitudes, knowledge, and reported behaviours of the Ontario driving population. Toronto, ON: Ontario Ministry of Transportation and Communications.

Stephen, K. M. (1980). The design and implementation of a seat belt education program for elementary school children in Ontario: Citizen Seat Belt. Toronto, ON: Ontario Ministry of Transportation and Communications.

Gardner, N., & Stephen, K. M. (1979). Beginner drivers in Ontario: A pilot survey and hypothesis generation project. Toronto, ON: Ontario Ministry of Transportation and Communications.

Lonero, L. P., Bahr, J., Dupuis, A., MacBride, R., & Smith, W. (1979). The rescue and extrication of victims trapped in accident-involved vehicles. Toronto, Ontario: Ontario Ministry of Transportation and Communications.

Stephen, K. M. (1978). Drinking-driving and the driver education student in Ontario. Toronto, Ontario: Ontario Ministry of Transportation and Communications.

Stephen, K. M. (1978). The Human Collision: A report on the development and evaluation of an information booklet on seat belts. Toronto, Ontario: Ontario Ministry of Transportation and Communications.

Lonero, L. P. & Stephen, K. M. (1977 and 1975). The human collision - How injuries occur. How seat belts prevent them. Ottawa, Ontario: Transport Canada and Toronto, Ontario: Ministry of Transportation and Communications.

Hansteen, R. W., Miller, R. D., Lonero, L. P., Reid, L. D., & Jones, B. (1976). The effects of cannabis and alcohol on psychomotor tracking and automobile driving. In Chronic Cannabis Use, Annals of the New York Academy of Science, Volume 282.

Lonero, L. P., Gardner, N., Pang, H. C., Pierce, J., Toomer, M., & Young, P. (1976). Evaluating the effects of seat belt information and legislation in Ontario. Proceedings. 20th Annual Conference, American Association for Automotive Medicine, Atlanta.

Cunliffe, A. P., De Angelis, F., Foley, C., Lonero, L. P., Pierce, J. A., Siegel, C., Smutylo, T., & Stephen, K. M. (1975). The design and implementation of a seat belt education program in Ontario. Proceedings. Annual Conference of the Roads and Transportation Association of Canada, Calgary.

Pierce, J., Hiatt, D., Goodstadt, M., Lonero, L., Cunliffe, A., & Pang, H. (1975). Experimental evaluation in a community-based campaign against drinking and driving. In S. Israelstam & S. Lambert (Eds.) Alcohol, Drugs, and Traffic Safety. Toronto, Ontario: Addiction Research Foundation.

Stephen, K. M. (1975). The development and evaluation of an information booklet on seat belts: The Human Collision. Toronto, Ontario: Ontario Ministry of Transportation and Communications.

Lonero, L. P. (1974). Community-based campaign for the prevention of drunk driving: An experimental evaluation. Proceedings. The Scientific Conference on Traffic Safety, Traffic Injury Research Foundation of Canada, Department of National Health and Welfare, and Transport Canada, Ottawa, Ontario.

Stephen, K. M. (1974). Speed and accidents: A preliminary report. Toronto, ON: Ontario Ministry of Transportation and Communications.

Stephen, K. M. (1974). Safety belts: Answers to some frequently asked questions. Toronto, ON: Ontario Ministry of Transportation and Communications.

Lonero, L. P., Wilson, W. T., & Ish, D. M. (1973). The Seat Belt Education Project, RR187. Toronto, Ontario: Ontario Ministry of Transportation and Communications.

Hansteen, R. W., Lonero, L. P., & Jones, B. (1972). Effects of marijuana and alcohol on some automobile driving tasks. In Cannabis: A Report of the Commission of Inquiry into the Non-Medical Use of Drugs. Ottawa, Ontario: Information Canada.

Lonero, L. P. (1972). The effectiveness of non-criminal sanctions. Proceedings. Workshop on the Use of Sanctions in Controlling Behaviour on the Roads. Toronto, Ontario: Centre of Criminology, University of Toronto.

Lonero, L. P., Wilson, W. T., & Ish, D. M. (1972). Increasing seat belt use through a program presented in elementary schools. Proceedings. 16th Annual Conference, American Association for Automotive Medicine, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

Wilson, W. T., Lonero, L. P., & Brezina, E. H. (1971). A skills improvement approach to collision reduction. Symposium on Traffic Safety, Canadian Psychological Association, St. John’s, Newfoundland, 1971. Reprinted in part in Canadian Psychologist, 1973, 14, 8-16.

Wilson, W. T., Lonero, L. P., & Brezina, E. H. (1971). Social factors in transportation. Toronto, Ontario: Ontario Department of Transport.

Lonero, L .P. & Brezina, E. H. (1970). Public reaction to automated testing apparatus. Toronto, Ontario: Ontario Department of Transport.

Wilson, W. T. & Lonero, L. P. (1970). Driving: A guide to improving your driving skills. Toronto, Ontario: Ontario Department of Transport.

 

Workplace Safety Incentives

Lonero, L. P. & Wilde, G. J. S. (1992). Getting your incentives program off the ground. Occupational Health and Safety Canada, 8, 2, Sept.-Oct., 62-71.

 

Health Promotion

Clinton, K. M., MacDonald, J., Edwards, N., & MacLean, L. (2008). Proceedings: 2nd Annual Symposium - Addressing public health inequities. Invitational Symposia Series. Ottawa, ON: Community Health Research Unit, University of Ottawa.

Edwards, N., & Clinton, K. (2008). Context In health promotion and chronic disease prevention. Community-level interventions: Background document. Ottawa, ON: Public Health Agency of Canada.

Clinton, K. M., Edwards, N., MacLean, L., Etowa, J., Semenic, S., & Yanicki, S. (2007). Proceedings: Inaugural Symposium - Changing Contexts, Multiple Intervention Program Invitational Symposia Series. Ottawa, ON: University of Ottawa.

Clinton, K. M. (2005). Health behaviour, self-efficacy and perceived control in school-age children: Foundations for obesity prevention. Master of Public Health, Thesis, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Ontario.

Black, D. (1994). Men breaking the cycle of violence. (1994). Information Kit. Safe City Project. Toronto, ON: City of Toronto.

Wilson, W. T. & Lonero, L. P. (1973). The community health centre and the community: A prospective study of the impact of the Flemingdon Park Health Centre. Toronto, Ontario: Sunnybrook Hospital.

 

Program Development, Evaluation and Research

Black, D. (1999). Pyramid power: Network marketing leaders’ accounts of professional development and success. Doctor of Education, Thesis. Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario.

Clinton, K. (1997). Project to investigate Y ownership: Final report. Cobourg, ON: Cobourg Family YMCA.

Clinton, K. (1997). Facility expansion project: Information gathering phase - Findings of membership and staff surveys. Cobourg, ON: Cobourg Family YMCA.

Black, D. (1994). Implications of curriculum delivery options. (CHRA 1994). Don Mills, ON: Canadian Health Record Association.

Black, D. (1994). Curriculum Management Project. (CHRA 1994). Don Mills, ON: Canadian Health Record Association.

Black, D. (1993). Establishing a degree. (CHRA 1993). Don Mills, ON: Canadian Health Record Association.

Black, D. (1992). Channel for change: Is the community channel encouraging social change by democratizing television? Master of Arts, Thesis. Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario.

Lee-Gosselin, M. E. H., & Clinton, K. M. (1987). Integrating research on public attitude and behaviour into energy contingency planning. Transportation Research Record #1155, 1988. Presented at the 66th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington DC.

Miller, R. D., Hansteen, R. W., Lehman, H. E., Reid, L., Lonero, L. P., Adamec, C., Theodore, L., & Jones, B. (1972). The Commission’s experimental studies of acute effects of marijuana, D9 THC, and alcohol in humans. Meetings of the International College of Neuro-Psychopharmacology, Copenhagen.

 

Invited Papers & Presentations

Transportation Safety and Injury Prevention

Lonero, L. P. (2008). Large-Scale Driver Education Evaluation Research in North America. Presented at SAFEX 2008, Driver Education World Conference: An Epidemic Out of Control, London, England.

Lonero, L. P. (2007). Evaluation and the Future of Driver Education. Presented at New Jersey Driver Education Forum, Edison, New Jersey, May 10.

Lonero, L. P. (2006). Evaluation and the Future of Driver Education. Presented at Governors’ Highway Safety Association Conference, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, September 18.

Lonero, L. P. (2006). Evaluation and the Future of Driver Education. Presented at ADTSEA Conference, Kalamazoo, Michigan, July 31.

Lonero, L. P. (2004). Reinventing Driver Education. Presented at SAFEX 2004: Driver Education World Conference: Changing Driver Behaviour to Reduce Road Traffic Crashes, Rovinj, Croatia.

Lonero, L. P. (2003). Driver Education: A perspective from Canada. Presented at the Forum on Driver Education and Training, convened by the National Transportation Safety Board, Washington, DC.

Clinton, K. M. (2003). Outcome Mapping: The best of both worlds. How to apply Outcome Mapping to planning and evaluation in health and safety. Ottawa, ON: Canadian Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Conference-2003.

Lonero, L. P. (2002). Driver improvement: Status and stasis. Presented at the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Conference Session “Recent Developments in Driver Improvement”. TRB Committee on Operator Education and Regulation A3B03, Washington, D.C.

Lonero, L. P. (2001). Road safety as a social construct. Presented at The Road Safety Forum - Beyond 2001, Ottawa, Ontario.

Lonero, L. P. (2001). Traffic enforcement: A research perspective on traffic safety’s cornerstone. Presented to the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police, Aylmer, Ontario.

Lonero, L. P. (2000). A preliminary heuristic model of aggressive behaviour in drivers. Presented on the Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO) / TRB Aggressive Driving Web Conference, Toronto, Ontario.

Lonero, L. P. (1998). Risk mentality: Why drivers take the risks they do (and how can we help?). Presented at the 8th World Traffic Safety Symposium, New York City, New York.

Lonero, L. P. (1998). Effective influence of driver behaviour: Making education, legislation, enforcement and reinforcement work. Presented at the Manitoba Safety Conference “The Human Element of Road Safety”, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Lonero, L. P. (1998). Reinventing Driver Education: Strategic directions for Driver Ed in the 21st century. Presented on the MTO Novice Driver Web Conference, Toronto, Ontario.

Lonero, L. P. (1997). Driver education: Stage 1 training and education. Presented at the Midyear Meeting “Driver Education at the Crossroads” of the Transportation Research Board Committee on Operator Education and Regulation A3B03, Washington, DC.

Lonero, L. & Clinton, K. (1997). Driver education: How to get the results we are looking for. Presented at the 1997 National Driver Education and Awareness Conference, Wellington, New Zealand.

Lonero, L. & Clinton, K. (1997). Influencing driver behaviour: An introduction and select bibliography. Presented at the 1997 National Driver Education and Awareness Conference, Wellington, New Zealand.

Lonero, L. P. (1996). Changing the behavior of novice drivers. Presented at the 6th World Traffic Safety Symposium, New York City, New York.

Lonero, L. P. & Clinton, K. M. (1995). Driver education and graduated licensing: How they should fit together. Presented at the Midyear Meeting “Graduated Licensing Workshop” of the Transportation Research Board Committee on Operator Education and Prevention A3B03, Washington, D.C.

Lonero, L. P. (1995). Safety and mobility of older drivers. Presented at the Transportation Research Board Conference Session on Older Drivers. TRB Committee on the Safe Mobility of Older Persons A3B13, Washington, D.C.

 

Health Promotion

Clinton, K. M. (2007). Multiple intervention program effectiveness and childhood obesity prevention: Implementation process and contextual fit. Abstract accepted for the Canadian Public Health Association 98th Annual Conference. From Politics to the People, September, 2007. Ottawa, ON.

Black, D. (1995). Young Men's Responsibility to End Violence, De La Salle Collegiate, Toronto, Ontario

Black, D. (1995). Harassment in Schools, Horizons Alternative School, Toronto, Ontario

Black, D. (1995). Young Men Confronting Violence, York Memorial Secondary School, Toronto, Ontario

Black, D. (1995). Harassment and Equity Policies in Schools, Lord Lansdowne School, Toronto, Ontario

 

Human Factors in Motor Vehicle Accident Litigation

Lonero, L. P. (1994). Human factors considerations in a MVA case - Intersection collision involving emergency vehicle siren. Paper presented at the Canadian Association of Technical Accident Investigators and Reconstructionists Conference, August 17-21, Mississauga, Ontario.

Program Development, Evaluation and Research

Black, D. (1999). Reforming Research to Reflect Community Needs, Canadian Health   Record Association, Toronto, Ontario.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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