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Shauna Hallmark, Nicole Oneyear, Bo Wang, Samantha Tyner, Cher Carney, Daniel McGeheeIdentifying Curve Reaction Point Using NDS Data
Conference paper
The object of this research was to use naturalistic driving study data (NDS) to determine where drivers begin reacting to the presence of a curve. Understanding where drivers begin to react to the cur ...9/15/2015
Michelle Reyes, Cher Carney, Daniel McGeheeYoung drivers. In Human Factors in Traffic Safety, Third Edition
Book chapter
There are more than 175 million licensed drivers in the United States. Combined with the many pedestrians, bicyclists, motorcyclists, and other road users, this creates an interesting mix of elements ...10/10/2015
Cher Carney, Daniel McGehee, Kari Harland, Madonna Weiss, Mireille RabyUsing Naturalistic Driving Data to Examine Driver Behaviors Present in Motor Vehicle Crashes, 2007-2015
Project report
(None listed)6/1/2016
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
Cara Hamann, Corinne Peek-Asa, Daniel McGeheeHelmet camera study of adult and child bicycling patterns and injury risk factors by gender
Journal paper
Statement of purpose The purpose of this study was to naturalistically examine bicycling behaviours and risks by age and gender. Methods/approach We conducted a naturalistic, first-hand, bicycling stu ...6/9/2019
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