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Mark Neider, John Gaspar, Jason McCarley, James Crowell, Henry Kaczmarski, Arthur KramerWalking and talking: Dual-task effects on street crossing behavior in older adults
Journal paper
The ability to perform multiple tasks simultaneously has become increasingly important as technologies such as cell phones and portable music players have become more common. In the current study, we ...6/1/2011
Lindsay Nagamatsu, Michelle Voss, Mark Neider, John Gaspar, Todd Handy, Arthur Kramer, Teresa Liu-AmbroseIncreased cognitive load leads to impaired motor decisions in seniors at risk for falls: A virtual reality experiment
Journal paper
Successful mobility requires appropriate decision-making. Seniors with reduced executive functioning— such as senior fallers—may be prone to poor mobility judgments, especially under dual-task con ...6/1/2011
Michelle Reyes, John LeeSimulator Data Reduction
Book chapter
Effective use of driving simulators requires considerable technical and methodological skill along with considerable background knowledge. Acquiring the requisite knowledge and skills can be extraordi ...4/25/2011
C. Jennissen, J. Marsico, J. Steffen, Tom Schnell, Daniel McGehee, G. DenningOptimizing seat length design to minimize extra passengers on all-terrain vehicles
Journal paper
(None listed)10/1/2010
Cher Carney, Daniel McGehee, John Lee, Michelle Reyes, Mireille RabyUsing an event-triggered video intervention system to expand the supervised learning of newly licensed adolescent drivers
Journal paper
Objectives. We examined whether feedback from an event-triggered video intervention system reduced the number of safety-relevant driving errors made by newly licensed adolescents. Methods. We used a 1 ...6/1/2010
John D. Lee, Dary Fiorentino, Michelle Reyes, Timothy L. Brown, Omar Ahmad, Robert Dufour, James Fell, Nic WardIMPACT Task 2: Final Report - Appendices for Final Report
Project report
(None listed)5/14/2010
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
Timothy Brown, Yefei He, Cheryl Roe, Tom SchnellIs More Better? Night Vision Enhancement System's Pedestrian Warning Modes and Older Drivers
Journal paper
Pedestrian fatalities as a result of vehicle collisions are much more likely to happen at night than during day time. Poor visibility due to darkness is believed to be one of the causes for the higher ...1/1/2010
Daniel McGehee, Oliver CarstenPerception and biodynamics in pre-crash response
Journal paper
This research seeks to better understand unalerted driver response just prior to a serious vehicle crash. Few studies have been able to view a crash from the inside—with a camera focused on the driv ...1/1/2010
Michelle Reyes, John Lee, Yulan Liang, Joshua Hoffman, Ritchie HuangCapturing driver response to in-vehicle human-machine interface technologies using facial thermography
Conference paper
Measuring driver response to in-vehicle human-machine interface (HMI) systems is critical for the automotive design and evaluation process. Physiological measures provide a useful complement to perfor ...6/22/2009
Timothy Brown, Dary Fiorentino, Sue Ellen Salisbury, John Lee, Jane MoeckliFinal Task 1 letter report: Advanced vehicle-based countermeasures for alcohol-related crashes
Project report
(None listed)2/20/2009
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
Chris SchwarzADAS-enhanced electronic stability control
Technical note
(None listed)9/24/2007
David Heitbrink, Stephen CableDesign of a Driving Simulation Sound Engine
Conference paper
An integral part of any interactive simulation is sound. Traditionally this has been done with a high cost proprietary costume hardware/software solution. Recently we decided upgrade our sound system, ...9/12/2007
Ben Dow, Timothy Brown, Cheryl Roe, Chris Schwarz, Zach Bonefas, Jerry Duncan, Julian SanchezInvestigating the immediate effects of periodic alerts to assist in maintenance of vigilance during automated vehicle operation
Conference paper
With the advancement of technology, the presence of automated systems has continued to increase in a variety of environments, including ground transportation. A continuing challenge with increased aut ...9/1/2007
Cheryl Roe, Timothy Brown, Ginger WatsonFactors associated with simulator sickness in a high-fidelity simulator
Conference paper
Sickness related to simulator use is a common problem that researchers face when designing experiments. The amount of time in the simulator, the number and length of drives, and the type of maneuver c ...9/1/2007
Daniel McGehee, Cher Carney, Mireille Raby, John Lee, Michelle Reyes The impact of an event-triggered video intervention on rural teenage driving
Conference paper
This study examines the ability of an event-triggered video system to extend parental involvement into the independent driving phase of newly licensed teen drivers. The system provides both immediate ...7/1/2007
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
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
John Lee, Daniel McGehee, Timothy Brown, J. NakamotoDriver sensitivity to brake pulse duration and magnitude
Journal paper
Adaptive cruise control (ACC) requires that the driver intervene in situations that exceed the capability of ACC. A brake pulse might provide a particularly compatible means of alerting the driver to ...6/1/2007
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