Prof. Wiesenthal was also recently recognized by the Canadian Association of Road Safety Professionals (CARSP) with their Lifetime Achievement Award for his traffic psychology research, promotion of road safety and service to the organization.
Prof. Wiesenthal's research largely focused on driver stress/stress reduction, driver vengeance/aggression, driver attributional processes, cognitive processes, risk-taking and media influences on risky driving. Throughout the tenure of his career he has been a Visiting Professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and has lectured at theUniversity of Umeå, the University of Stockholm, the University of Linköping, the Swedish Road and Traffic Research Institute, Lund University and the University of Costa Rica. He has also given a series of workshops on traffic psychology for the College of Psychologists (Costa Rica).
We wish you well Prof. Wiesenthal! You will be missed and we thank you for your service.
|Prof. Wiesenthal (left) receiving the CARSP Lifetime Achievement Award|