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Author(s) Title Abstract Publication Date
Sarah MillerDriver Distraction Literature Review
Literature review
(None listed)1/1/2002
Yulan Liang, Michelle Reyes, John LeeNon-intrusive detection of driver cognitive distraction in real-time using Bayesian networks
Journal paper
Driver distraction has become an important and growing safety concern as the use of in-vehicle information systems (IVISs), such as cell phones and navigation systems, continues to increase. One appro ...6/1/2007
Yulan Liang, Michelle Reyes, John LeeReal-time detection of driver cognitive distraction using Support Vector Machines
Journal paper
As use of in-vehicle information systems (IVISs) such as cell phones, navigation systems, and satellite radios has increased, driver distraction has become an important and growing safety concern. A p ...6/4/2007
Michelle Reyes, John LeeEffects of cognitive load presence and duration on driver eye movements and event detection performance
Journal paper
This study examined the effects of cognitive load on driving performance for interactions with an in-vehicle information system (IVIS) that varied in duration from 1 to 4 min. Twelve participants drov ...11/1/2008
Amanda D. Ohlhauser, Linda Ng Boyle, Dawn Marshall, Omar AhmadDrivers’ Behavior Through a Yellow Light: Effects of Distraction and Age
Conference paper
The decision to proceed through an intersection once the traffic signal has changed to yellow may increase the risk for a collision. This study sought to understand how age differences, cell phone use ...9/1/2011
Daniel McGeheeThe building blocks of driver distraction policy
Journal paper
Communicating and translating science into policy takes time and patience. Moving empirical data and theoretical knowledge into the safety policy arena is an especially lively and complex process that ...12/20/2011
John Lee, Jane Moeckli, Timothy Brown, Shannon Roberts, Trent Victor, Dawn Marshall, Chris Schwarz, Eric NadlerDetection of driver distraction using vision-based algorithms
Conference paper
(None listed)7/1/2013
Cher Carney, Daniel McGehee, Michelle Reyes Prevalence and Distribution of Young Driver Distraction Errors in Naturalistic Driving
Project report
Naturalistic driving studies are the latest resource for gathering data associated with driver behavior. The University of Iowa has been studying teen driving using naturalistic methods since 2006. By ...1/1/2014
Dennis Durbin, Daniel McGehee, Donald Fisher, Anne McCarttSpecial considerations in distracted driving with teens
Journal paper
Novice teen drivers have long been known to have an increased risk of crashing, as well as increased tendencies toward unsafe and risky driving behaviors. Teens are unique as drivers for several reaso ...1/1/2014
Daniel McGeheeVisual and cognitive distraction metrics in the age of the smart phone
Journal paper
Sources of distraction are numerous and varied, and defining and measuring distraction and attention is complicated. The driving task requires constant adjustments and reallocation of attention to cog ...3/1/2014
Dawn Marshall, Rose SchmittParticipant PowerPoint Presentations: DrIIVE Track A
Presentation
(None listed)5/28/2015
Sheila Klauer, Jonathon Ehsani, Daniel McGehee, Michael ManserThe Effect of Secondary Task Engagement on Adolescents' Driving Performance and Crash Risk
Journal paper
PURPOSE: The purpose of this review was to synthesize the evidence of the effects of secondary task engagement on novice adolescent's driving performance and crash risk. METHODS: Searches of multiple ...7/1/2015
Sheila Klauer, Johnathon Ehsani, Daniel McGehee, Michael ManserThe Effect of Secondary Task Engagement on Adolescents' Driving Performance and Crash Risk
Journal paper
PURPOSE: The purpose of this review was to synthesize the evidence of the effects of secondary task engagement on novice adolescent's driving performance and crash risk. METHODS: Searches of multiple ...7/1/2015
Shauna Hallmark, Samantha Tyner, Nicole Oneyear, Cher Carney, Daniel McGeheeEvaluation of driving behavior on rural 2-lane curves using the SHRP 2 naturalistic driving study data
Journal paper
Introduction Over half of motor vehicle fatalities are roadway departures, with rural horizontal curves being of particular interest because they make up only a small share of the system mileage but h ...9/1/2015
Rose Schmitt, Timothy BrownDriver Monitoring of Inattention and Impairment Using Vehicle Equipment (DrIIVE) – Track A: Develop and Evaluate a System of Algorithms to Identify Signatures of Alcohol-Impaired, Drowsy, and Distracted Driving: Study Documents
Project report
(None listed)10/13/2015
Sarah Banducci, Nathan Ward, John Gaspar, James Crowell, Kurt Schab, Henry Kaczmarski, Arthur KramerThe effects of cell phone and text message conversations on simulated street crossing performance
Journal paper
OBJECTIVE: A fully immersive, high-fidelity street-crossing simulator was used to examine the effects of texting on pedestrian street-crossing performance. BACKGROUND: Research suggests that street-cr ...2/1/2016
Cher Carney, Kari Harland, Daniel McGeheeUsing event-triggered naturalistic data to examine the prevalence of teen driver distractions in rear-end crashes
Journal paper
Introduction While teen driver distraction is cited as a leading cause of crashes, especially rear-end crashes, little information is available regarding its true prevalence. The majority of distracti ...6/1/2016
John Gaspar, Nathan Ward, Mark Neider, James Crowell, Ronald Carbonari, Henry Kaczmarski, Lester Loschky, Ryan Ringer, Aaron Johnson, Arthur KramerMeasuring the useful field of view during simulated driving with gaze-contingent displays
Journal paper
We aimed to develop and test a new dynamic measure of transient changes to the useful field of view (UFOV), utilizing a gaze-contingent paradigm for use in realistic simulated environments. BACKGROUND ...6/1/2016
Kari Harland, Cher Carney, Daniel McGeheeAnalysis of naturalistic driving videos of fleet services drivers to estimate driver error and potentially distracting behaviors as risk factors for rear-end versus angle crashes.
Journal paper
OBJECTIVE: The objective of this study was to estimate the prevalence and odds of fleet driver errors and potentially distracting behaviors just prior to rear-end versus angle crashes. METHODS: Analys ...7/3/2016
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