Student in Traffic Psychology at Liaoning Normal University, China
Shen Zhuo (Jason) is a third-year graduate student in Traffic Psychology at Liaoning Normal University. With a Bachelor’s degree in Traffic Mechanical Engineering from Chang’an University, he brings a unique perspective to his research. Jason employs multilevel models to investigate developmental differences in children’s street-crossing decisions and explores the impact of executive function on driving performance in both young and elderly drivers. His work also delves into the interactive effects of sensation-seeking and experience on danger perception in railway drivers. With a Master’s degree in Applied Psychology, Jason is dedicated to advancing our understanding of human behavior in transportation contexts.
Bachelor’s Degree: Traffic Mechanical Engineering from Chang’an University. Professional Experience: Worked as an engineer specializing in acoustic product structure and reliability at Luxshare Precision. Master’s Degree: Applied Psychology from Liaoning Normal University.
This researcher focuses on the critical area of children’s street-crossing safety, employing a multidisciplinary approach that combines developmental psychology and traffic safety. The primary research investigates developmental differences in children’s adaptation to vehicle distance and speed in street-crossing decision-making. Additionally, the researcher develops and validates a video-based assessment tool to evaluate children’s crossing safety, shedding light on developmental characteristics of children’s crossing abilities. The findings underscore the importance of considering age-related factors in designing preventive measures to enhance street-crossing safety for children. Overall, this research contributes significantly to the field of developmental psychology and traffic safety, emphasizing the urgent need for comprehensive assessments and targeted interventions for child pedestrians.