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2005Drag-and-drop simulation assembly modelling over the InternetQin, SF; Harrison, R; West, AA; Wright, DK
2013Drawing on Wilcock: An investigation of the impact of her published work on occupational therapy practice and researchKosma, A; Bryant, W; Wilson, L
2006Drawing the boundaries of mens rea in the jurisprudence of the international criminal tribunal for the former YugoslaviaBadar, ME; Bohlander, M
2016DRBEM formulation for transient Stokes flow with slip boundary conditionGumgum, S; Wrobel, LC
2016The dreamscape of nostalgia: Shakespearean biography: Too much information (but not about Shakespeare)Leahy, W
2014The drinker with the writing problem: Brendan Behan's anecdotes of alcoholismLynch, C; Brannigan, J
2017Drinking game participation, gender performance and normalization of intoxication among Nigerian university studentsDumbili, E; Williams, C
2009"Driven to distraction?" Children's experiences of car travelBarker, J
2008Driven to distraction: Determining the effects of roadside advertising on driver attentionYoung, MS; Mahfoud, JM
2005Driver behaviour with adaptive cruise controlStanton, NA; Young, MS
2006Driver estimation of steering wheel vibration intensity: Laboratory-based testsGnanasekaran, S; Ajovalasit, M; Giacomin, J
2005Driver estimation of steering wheel vibration intensity: Questionnaire-based surveyGiacomin, J; Gnanasekaran, S
2007Driver safetyStanton, NA
1977Driving automation: Learning from aviation about design philosophiesYoung, MS; Stanton, NA; Harris, D
2007Driving down participation: Homophobic bullying as a deterrent to doing sportBrackenridge, CH; Rivers, I; Gough, B; Llewellyn, K; Aitchison, CC
2009The driving factors of continuance intention of e-shopping: Gender differences in behaviour - the case of Saudi ArabiaAl-maghrabi, T; Dennis, C
2009The driving factors of continuance online shopping: Gender differences in behaviour among students in Saudi ArabiaAl-maghrabi, T; Dennis, C
2009The driving factors of continuance online shopping: Gender differences in behaviour the case of Saudi ArabiaAl-maghrabi, T; Dennis, C
2016Driving innovation through big open linked data (BOLD): Exploring antecedents using interpretive structural modellingDwivedi, YK; Janssen, M; Slade, EL; Rana, NP; Weerakkody, V, et al
2011Driving into the sunset: Supporting cognitive functioning in older driversYoung, MS; Bunce, D