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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
Cher Carney, Daniel McGehee, Kari Harland, Madonna Weiss, Mireille RabyUsing Naturalistic Driving Data to Assess the Prevalence of Environmental Factors and Driver Behaviors in Teen Driver Crashes
Project report
In this study, we conducted a large-scale comprehensive examination of naturalistic data from thousands of actual crashes involving teenage drivers. The data allowed us to examine behaviors and potent ...3/1/2015
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 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
Daniel McGehee, Michelle Reyes, Cher CarneyAge vs. Experience: Evaluation of a Video Feedback Intervention for Newly Licensed Teen Drivers
Project report
This project examines the effects of age, experience, and video-based feedback on the rate and type of safety-relevant events captured on video event recorders in the vehicles of three groups of newly ...2/6/2013
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
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
Daniel McGehee, Mireille Raby, Cher Carney, John Lee, Michelle ReyesExtending parental mentoring using an event-triggered video intervention in rural teen drivers
Journal paper
Teen drivers are at high risk for car crashes, especially during their first years of licensure. Providing novice teen drivers and their parents with a means of identifying their risky driving maneuve ...3/28/2007
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