Chae Rose

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PhD Scholar

BPsychSci, BSC (Hons) (Psych)

Chae is a PhD candidate and Sessional Academic at the Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety – Queensland (CARRS-Q), situated at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT). His PhD research focuses on applying an analytical criminology approach (guided by Situational Action Theory) to the field of road safety, in order to effectively integrate person- and environmental-oriented explanations of offender driving. Doing so not only enables a greater understanding as to who is more likely to offend while driving, but also why and under what circumstances a driver would choose to do so.

Prior to his PhD studies, Chae was employed by CARRS-Q as a Research Officer for a number of years, subsequently, he has extensive experience in both qualitative and quantitative research methods. These include, but are not limited to, the facilitation of focus groups and interviews; the development, implementation, and interpretation of surveys; conducting experimental research designs involving laboratory-based studies and driving simulators; systematic reviews and meta-analyses; GIS; and drawing insights from large datasets.


Examining Speed Behaviour: An Application of Situational Action Theory


Dr Angela Watson (QUT), Professor Barry Watson (QUT) and Dr Beth Hardie (University of Cambridge)


Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) Stipend


  • Analytical Criminology
  • Situational Action Theory
  • Driver behaviour
  • Deterrence
  • Self-control
  • Recidivism

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