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Analytic Methods in Accident Research publishes manuscripts that deal with the development and/or application of new and novel methodologies to the study of vehicle crashes and other transportation and non-transportation-related accidents. The intent of the journal is to demonstrate how innovative methodological approaches can be used to provide new insights and quantification of the factors that affect the frequency and severity of accidents - thus providing new guidance for the implementation of appropriate countermeasures. While the focus of the journal is on the underlying analytic approach, acceptable application areas include all elements of transportation safety (road, pedestrian, air, rail, and water safety), construction safety, and any area of study where the unintended consequences of human behavior, machine failures or system failures result in property damage and/or bodily injury.