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Daniel McGehee, Cheryl Roe, Linda Ng Boyle, Yuqing Wu, Kazutoshi Ebe, James Foley, Linda AngellThe Wagging Foot of Uncertainty: Data Collection and Reduction Methods for Examining Foot Pedal Behavior in Naturalistic Driving
Journal paper
Pedal misapplications may be rare, but the outcomes can be tragic. A naturalistic driving study with 30 drivers was conducted to gain a better understanding of foot pedal behaviors. Foot movements wer ...4/5/2016
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
Susan Chrysler, Omar Ahmad, Chris SchwarzCreating Pedestrian Crash Scenarios in a Driving Simulator Environment
Journal paper
OBJECTIVE: In 2012 in the United States, pedestrian injuries accounted for 3.3% of all traffic injuries but, disproportionately, pedestrian fatalities accounted for roughly 14% of traffic-related deat ...6/1/2015
John Lee, Nic Ward, Erwin Boer, Timothy Brown, Stacy Balk, Omar AhmadMaking driving simulators more useful for behavioral research – Simulator characteristics comparison and model-based transformation
Project report
A central issue in making simulators useful for highway and traffic engineers concerns how well driver behavior in the simulator corresponds to driver behavior in the real world. Simulator fidelity pl ...10/1/2013
Daniel McGehee, Michelle Reyes, Cher CarneyMoving Beyond Teen Crash Fatality Statistics: The Go-Team Study
Project report
Despite a trend of decreasing teen fatalities due to motor vehicle crashes over the past decade, they remain the leading cause of adolescent fatalities in Iowa. The purpose of this study was to create ...4/8/2013
Laura Chaddock, Mark Neider, Michelle Voss, John Gaspar, Arthur KramerDo athletes excel at everyday tasks?
Journal paper
PURPOSE: Cognitive enhancements are associated with sport training. We extended the sport-cognition literature by using a realistic street crossing task to examine the multitasking and processing spee ...10/1/2011
John D. Lee, Dary Fiorentino, Michelle Reyes, Timothy L. Brown, Omar Ahmad, Robert Dufour, James Fell, Nic WardIMPACT Task 2: Final Report
Project report
Despite persistent efforts at the local, state, and federal levels, alcohol-related crashes still contribute to approximately 40% of all traffic fatalities. Although regulatory and educational approac ...5/14/2010
Sunil Bulusu, Yiannis Papelis, Bin Chen, Matt Schikore, Omar AhmadEmbedded Data: A Step Forward in the Data Reduction Process
Conference paper
A key problem with data collected during experimental studies is the expeditious reduction and delivery of reduced data. It is not unusual to generate over 500 MB of raw data for a 20-minute drive on ...11/1/2005
Sarah MillerPerception and Speed Control Literature Review
Literature review
(None listed)1/1/2001
John M. Weiler, John R. Bloomfield, George G. Woodworth, Angela R. Grant, Teresa A. Layton, Timothy L. Brown, David R. McKenzie, Thomas W. Baker, Ginger S. WatsonEffects of Fexofenadine, Diphenhydramine and Alcohol on Driving Performance: A Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Trial in the Iowa Driving Simulator
Journal paper
Background: Sedating antihistamines may impair driving performance as seriously as alcohol. Objective: To compare the effects of fexofenadine, diphenhydramine, alcohol, and placebo on driving performa ...3/7/2000
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