Dr Mark Sullman
Location: Building 83
T: + 44 (0)1234 750111 x5178
Department of Integrated Systems
Live Survey - Driving Anger Expression
Currently seeking volunteers to participate in an investigation experiment to study how UK motorists react when feeling angry while driving. To find out more or to participate in the survey please click on the link below:
Current research interests
Driver distraction, driving anger and driving anxiety.
Contributes to the following modules: Introduction to Human Factors; Individual Differences in Driver Behaviour; Research Methods and Statistics; Influencing Driver Behaviour; and Drink & Drug Driving.
Dr Mark Sullman is a Senior Lecturer based in the Driving Research Group, located in the Department of Integrated Systems (previously Department of Systems Engineering and Human Factors). He has over 10 years of academic research in driving behaviour, and has provided consultancy for a number of multinational companies. Dr Sullman has a PhD and MSc from Massey University and a BSc and a Postgraduate Diploma in Occupational Health Practice from Otago University.
Dr Sullman is on the Editorial Advisor Board for Transportation Research Part F (Traffic Psychology and Behaviour) and regularly reviews articles for other international journals. In 2010 he was appointed the European representative for Division 13 of the International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP). He has been on the Scientific Advisory board for five international conferences and has authored over 30 journal articles, 18 book chapters, and more than 100 conference papers and industry reports.
Sullman, M.J.M. (2012). An observational study of driver distraction in England. Transportation Research Part F, 15, 272-278.
Begg, D., Sullman, M., & Samaranayaka, A. (2012). How do young people who drove unlicensed before getting their licence compare with those who did not: New Zealand Drivers Study. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 45, 539-546.
Suñer, R., Grau-Martin, A., Font-Mayolas, S., Gras, E., Bertran, C., & Sullman, M.J.M. (2012). Burnout and quality of life among Spanish healthcare personnel. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2850.2012.01897.x
Sullman, M.J.M., Gras, M.E., Font-Mayolas, S., Masferrer, L., Cunill, M., & Planes, M. (2011). The Pedestrian Behaviour of Spanish Adolescents. Journal of Adolescence. doi:10.1016/j.adolescence.2010.05.011
Fuentes, C., Gras, M. E., Font-Mayolas, S., Bertran, C., Sullman, M.J.M., Ballester, D. (2010). Expectations of successful performance, social influence and age as predictors of helmet use among Spanish adolescents. Transportation Research Part F, 13, 289-296. doi:10.1016/j.trf.2010.06.007
Sullman, M.J.M., & Taylor, J.E. (2010). Social desirability and self-reported driving avoidance: Should we be worried? Transportation Research Part F, 13, 215-221.
Sullman, M.J.M., & Mann, H.N. (2009). The road user behaviour of New Zealand adolescents. Transportation Research Part F, 12, 494-502.
Taylor, J.E., & Sullman, M.J.M. (2009). What does the Driving and Riding Avoidance Scale (DRAS) measure? Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 23, 504-510.
Sullman, M.J.M., Gras, M.E., Cunill, M.O., Planes, M., & Font-Mayolas, S. (2007). Driving Anger in Spain. Personality and Individual Differences, 42, 701-713.
Gras, M. E., Cunill, M., Sullman, M.J.M., Planes, M., & Font-Mayolas, S. (2007). Predictors of seat belt use amongst Spanish drivers. Transportation Research Part F, 10, 263-269.
Gras, M. E., Sullman, M.J.M., Cunill, M., Planes, M., Aymerich, M., & Font-Mayolas, S. (2007). Who uses a mobile phone when in Spain? Accident Analysis & Prevention, 39, 347-355.
Font-Mayolas, S., Planes, M., Gras, M.E., & Sullman, M.J.M. (2007). Motivation for change and the pros and cons of smoking in a Spanish population. Addictive Behaviors, 32, 175-180.
Sullman, M.J.M. (2006). Anger amongst New Zealand drivers. Transportation Research – Part F, 9, 173-184.
Gras, M. E., Sullman, M. J. M., Cunill, M., Planes, M. & Aymerich, M. (2006). Spanish drivers and their aberrant driving behaviours. Transportation Research Part F, 9, 129-137.
Sullman, M.J.M., & Baas, P. (2004). Mobile phone use amongst New Zealand drivers. Transportation Research Part F, 7, 95-105.
Cunill, M.O., Gras, M.E., Planes, M., Oliveras, C., & Sullman, M.J.M. (2004). An investigation of factors reducing seat belt use amongst Spanish drivers and passengers on urban roads. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 36, 439-445.
Gras, M.E., Cunill, M., Planes, M., Sullman, M.J.M., & Oliveras, C. (2003). Increasing the seat belt use in Spanish drivers: the effectiveness of personal prompts. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 36, 249-251.
Sullman, M.J.M., Meadows, M.L., & Pajo, K. (2002). Aberrant driving behaviours amongst New Zealand truck drivers.Transportation Research Part F, 5, 217-232.