Driving assessment 2005 : proceedings of the 3rd International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training, and Vehicle Design
Samoset Resort on the Ocean, Rockport, Maine, USA
June 27-30, 2005

Organized by the Human Factors Research Program, the University of Iowa, Public Policy Center.

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2005
Tuesday, June 28th
12:00 AM

Nissan Distinguished Keynote Lecture

Sex and the Single-Vehicle Crash

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Leonard Evans, Science Serving Society, Bloomfield Hills, MI

pp. 1-1

12:00 AM

SESSION 1 - Lectures Quantification of Driver Performance

Evidence and Dimensions of Commercial Driver Differential Crash Risk

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Ronald R. Knipling, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute, Falls Church

pp. 2-8

12:00 AM

SESSION 1 - Lectures Quantification of Driver Performance

Quantifying Driver Response Times Based upon Research and Real Life Data

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Jeffrey W. Muttart, Eastern Connecticut State University, Willimantic

pp. 9-17

12:00 AM

SESSION 1 - Lectures Quantification of Driver Performance

Variability of Driving Performance During Microsleeps

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Amit Paul, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Linda Ng Boyle, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Jon Tippin, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Matthew Rizzo, University of Iowa, Iowa City

pp. 18-24

12:00 AM

SESSION 1 - Lectures Quantification of Driver Performance

Steering Entropy Revisited

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Erwin R. Boer, LUEBEC, San Diego, CA
Michael E. Rakauskas, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis

pp. 25-32

12:00 AM

SESSION 2 - Lectures Visual Performance

Assessing Driving Performance with Moderate Visual Field Loss

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Alex Bowers, Harvard Medical School , Boston
Eli Peli, Harvard Medical School , Boston
Jennifer Elgin, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Gerald McGwin Jr, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Cynthia Owsley, University of Alabama at Birmingham

pp. 33-40

12:00 AM

SESSION 2 - Lectures Visual Performance

Peripheral Motion Contrast Sensitivity and Older Drivers' Detection Failure Accident Risk

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Steven Henderson, Transportation Safety Board of Canada
Don C. Donderi, McGill University

pp. 41-50

12:00 AM

SESSION 2 - Lectures Visual Performance

Predicting Driving Performance in Older Adults with the Useful Field of View Test: A Meta-Analysis

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Karlene K. Ball, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Olivio J. Clay, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Virgina G. Wadley, University of Alabama at Birmingham
David L. Roth, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Jerri D. Edwards, University of Alabama in Huntsville
Daniel L. Roenker, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green

pp. 51-57

12:00 AM

SESSION 2 - Lectures Visual Performance

Distance Perception with a Camera-Based Rear Vision System in Actual Driving

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Michael J. Flannagan, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Mary Lynn Mefford, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

pp. 59-65

12:00 AM

SESSION 3 - Poster Session A

The Perceptions of Emergency Vehicle Drivers Using Simulation in Driver Training

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Jeffrey T. Lindsey, University of South Florida, Tampa
Ann E. Barron, University of South Florida, Tampa

pp. 66-73

12:00 AM

SESSION 3 - Poster Session A

The Effects of Speech Production and Speech Comprehension on Simulated Driving Performance

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Tate T. Kubose, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Kathryn Bock, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Gary S. Dell, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Susan M. Garnsey, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Arthur F. Kramer, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Jeffrey Mayhugh, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

pp. 74-80

12:00 AM

SESSION 3 - Poster Session A

The Effects of PC-Based Training on Novice Drivers' Risk Awareness in a Driving Simulator

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Anuj K. Pradhan, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Donald L. Fisher, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Alexander Pollatsek, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

pp. 81-87

12:00 AM

SESSION 3 - Poster Session A

Effects of Lane Departure Warning on Drowsy Drivers' Performance and State in a Simulator

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Maria Rimini-Doering, Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany
Tobias Altmueller, Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany
Ulrich Ladstaetter, Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany
Markus Rossmeier, Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany

pp. 88-95

12:00 AM

SESSION 3 - Poster Session A

Cognitive and Psychomotor Correlates of Self-Reported Driving Skills and Behavior

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Nebi Sümer, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
H Belgin Ayvasik, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Nurhan Er, Ankara University, Turkey

pp. 96-103

12:00 AM

SESSION 3 - Poster Session A

An Evaluation of Driving Ability in a Simulator: A Good Predictor of Driving Ability After Stroke?

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Ann-Helen Patomella, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden
Anders Kottorp, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden

pp. 104-110

12:00 AM

SESSION 3 - Poster Session A

Enhancing the Messages Displayed on Dynamic Message Signs

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Chun-Ming Yang, University of Rhode Island
Dusty Waters, University of Rhode Island
Carmeris C. Cabrera, University of Rhode Island
Jyh-Hone Wang, University of Rhode Island
Charles E. Collyer, University of Rhode Island

pp. 111-118

12:00 AM

SESSION 3 - Poster Session A

Visual Field Defects and the Risk of Motor Vehicle Collisions Among Patients with Glaucoma

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Gerald McGwin Jr, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Aiyuan Xie, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Andrew Mays, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Wade Joiner, Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale
Dawn K. DeCarlo, Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale
Tyler Andrew Hall, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Cynthia Owsley, University of Alabama at Birmingham

pp. 119-127

12:00 AM

SESSION 3 - Poster Session A

Verbal Collision Avoidance Messages of Varying Perceived Urgency Reduce Crashes in High Risk Scenarios

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Carryl L. Baldwin, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA
Jennifer F. May, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA

pp. 128-133

12:00 AM

SESSION 3 - Poster Session A

Tracking Driver Eye Movements at Permissive Left-Turns

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Michael A. Knodler Jr, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
David A. Noyce, University of Wisconsin, Madison

pp. 134-142

12:00 AM

SESSION 3 - Poster Session A

Age Related Decrements in Steering Control: The Effects of Landmark and Optical Flow Information

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Rui Ni, University of California, Riverside
George J. Anderson, University of California, Riverside
Sean McEvoy, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Matthew Rizzo, University of Iowa, Iowa City

pp. 143-149

12:00 AM

SESSION 3 - Poster Session A

Psychophysiological Measures of Driver Distraction and Workload While Intoxicated

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Michael E. Rakauskas, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
Nicholas J. Ward, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
Edward Bernat, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
Meredith Cadwallader, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
Christopher Patrick, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
Dick de Waard

pp. 150-157

12:00 AM

SESSION 3 - Poster Session A

Workload Changes in Teenaged Drivers Driving with Distractions

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Renee F. Slick, Kansas State University, Manhattan
Elizabeth T. Cady, Kansas State University, Manhattan
Tuan Q. Tran, Kansas State University, Manhattan

pp. 158-164

12:00 AM

SESSION 3 - Poster Session A

Driver Assessment with Measures of Continuous Control Behavior

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R Wade Allen, Systems Technology, Inc., Hawthorne, California
Thomas D. Marcotte, University of California at San Diego
Theodore J. Rosenthal, Systems Technology, Inc., Hawthorne, California
Bimal L. Aponso, Systems Technology, Inc., Hawthorne, California

pp. 165-172

12:00 AM

SESSION 3 - Poster Session A

Matching In-Car Voice with Driver State : Impact on Attitude and Driving Performance

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Ing-Marie Johnsson, Toyota Information Technology Center
Clifford Nass, Stanford University, Stanford
Helen Harris, Toyota Information Technology Center
Leila Takayama, Stanford University, Stanford

pp. 173-180

12:00 AM

SESSION 3 - Poster Session A

Assessing Driver Fitness to Participate in FHWA Field Experimentation at Night

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John A. Molino, Science Applications International Corporation, McLean, VA
Kenneth S. Opiela, Federal Highway Administration, D.C.
Bryan J. Katz, Science Applications International Corporation, McLean, VA
M Joseph Moyer, Federal Highway Administration, D.C.

pp. 181-187

12:00 AM

SESSION 3 - Poster Session A

The Impact of Cognitive Deficits and Spasticity on Driving Simulator Performance in Multiple Sclerosis

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Thomas D. Marcotte, University of California, San Diego
Theodore J. Rosenthal, Systems Technology, Inc., Hawthorne, California
Jody Corey-Bloom, University of California, San Diego
Erica Roberts, University of California, San Diego
Sara Lampinen, University of California, San Diego
R Wade Allen, Systems Technology, Inc., Hawthorne, California

pp. 188-194

12:00 AM

SESSION 3 - Poster Session A

Change Detection Performance Under Divided Attention with Dynamic Driving Scenarios

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Yi-Ching Lee, University of Iowa, Iowa City
John D. Lee, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Linda Ng Boyle, University of Iowa, Iowa City

pp. 195-201

12:00 AM

SESSION 3 - Poster Session A

Driver Workload Management During Cell Phone Conversations Chip Wood,

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Joshua Hurwitz, Motorola Labs, Tempe, AZ
Chip Wood, Motorola Labs, Tempe, AZ

pp. 202-209

12:00 AM

SESSION 3 - Poster Session A

Simulator Performance vs. Neurophysiologic Monitoring: Which is More Relevant to Assess Driving Impairment?

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Henry J. Moller, Toronto Western Hospital , University of Toronto - Canada
Leonid Kayumov, Toronto Western Hospital , University of Toronto - Canada
Eric L. Bulmash, Toronto Western Hospital , University of Toronto - Canada
Eric L. Bulmash, Toronto Western Hospital , University of Toronto - Canada
Colin M. Shapiro, Toronto Western Hospital , University of Toronto - Canada
Sidney H. Kennedy, Toronto Western Hospital , University of Toronto - Canada

pp. 210-217

12:00 AM

SESSION 3 - Poster Session A

Assessment of a Driver Interface for Lateral Drift and Curve Speed Warning Systems: Mixed Results for Auditory and Haptic Warnings

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Tina Brunetti Sayer, Visteon Corporation, Van Buren Township, MI
James R. Sayer, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Joel M.H DevonshIre

pp. 218-224

12:00 AM

SESSION 3 - Poster Session A

Useful Field of View Impairment in Partial Epilepsy

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Erik K. St Louis, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Sean McEvoy, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Qian Chi Shi, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Matthew Rizzo, University of Iowa, Iowa City

pp. 225-231

12:00 AM

Wednesday, June 29th
12:00 AM

SESSION 4 - Lectures Driver Assistance Systems

Comparison Between Visual and Tactile Signal Detection Tasks Applied to the Safety Assessment of In-Vehicle Information Systems

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Johan Engström, Volvo Technology Corporation, Sweden
Nina Åberg, Volvo Technology Corporation, Sweden
Emma Johansson, Volvo Technology Corporation, Sweden
Jakob Hammarbäck, Uppsala, Sweden

pp. 232-239

12:00 AM

SESSION 4 - Lectures Driver Assistance Systems

Road-to-Lab: Validation of the Static Load Test for Predicting On-Road Driving Performance While Using Advanced In-Vehicle Information and Communication Devices

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Richard Young, General Motors, Warren, MI
Bijaya Aryal, General Motors, Warren, MI
Marius Muresan, General Motors, Warren, MI
Xuru Ding, General Motors, Warren, MI
Steve Oja, General Motors, Warren, MI
S Noel Simpson, General Motors, Warren, MI

pp. 240-254

12:00 AM

SESSION 4 - Lectures Driver Assistance Systems

Driver Distraction and Reliance: Adaptive Cruise Control in the Context of Sensor Reliability and Algorithm Limits

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Bobbie D. Seppelt, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Monica N. Lees, University of Iowa, Iowa City
John D. Lee, University of Iowa, Iowa City

pp. 255-261

12:00 AM

SESSION 4 - Lectures Driver Assistance Systems

Driver Distraction: A Naturalistic Observation of Secondary Behaviors With the Use of Driver Assistance Systems

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James R. Sayer, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Mary Lynn Mefford, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Kezia Shirkey, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Jessica Lantz, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

pp. 262-268

12:00 AM

SESSION 5 - Lectures Medical Factors

Unsafe Rear-End Collision Avoidance in Alzheimer's Disease

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Ergun Y. Uc, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Matthew Rizzo, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Steve W. Anderson, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Qian Shi, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Jeffrey D. Dawson, University of Iowa, Iowa City

pp. 269-270

12:00 AM

SESSION 5 - Lectures Medical Factors

Innovative Fatigue Management Approach in the Trucking Industry

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Anneke Heitmann, Circadian Technologies, Inc., Waltham, MA
Rainer Guttkuhn, Circadian Technologies, Inc., Waltham, MA
Dean Croke, FleetRisk Advisors, LLC, Scottsdale, AZ
Martin Moore-Ede, Circadian Technologies, Inc., Waltham, MA

pp. 271-277

12:00 AM

SESSION 5 - Lectures Medical Factors

Quantifying the Benefits of Enhancing Medications on Driving Performance: Comparing OROS ® MPH vs. se-AMPH ER ® in Driving Safety of ADHD Teenagers as Case Example

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Frances P. Thorndike, University of Virginia, Charlottesville
Daniel J. Cox, University of Virginia, Charlottesville
Larry Merkel, University of Virginia, Charlottesville
Melissa Moore, University of Virginia, Charlottesville
Roger Burket, University of Virginia, Charlottesville
Carrie Muller, University of Virginia, Charlottesville
Boris Kovatchev, University of Virginia, Charlottesville

pp. 278-285

12:00 AM

SESSION 5 - Lectures Medical Factors

Cognitive Abilities Related to Driving Performance in a Simulator and Crashing on the Road

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Steven W. Anderson, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Matthew Rizzo, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Qian Shi, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Ergun Y. Uc, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Jeffrey D. Dawson, University of Iowa, Iowa City

pp. 286-292

12:00 AM

SESSION 7 - Poster Session B

Examination of the Efficacy of Proximity Warning Devices for Young and Older Drivers

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Arthur F. Kramer, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign
Nicholas D. Cassavaugh, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign
William J. Horrey, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign
Ensar Becic, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign
Jeffrey Mayhugh, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign

pp. 293-294

12:00 AM

SESSION 7 - Poster Session B

Effect of Simulator Training on Driving After Stroke: A Randomized Controlled Trial

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Abiodun Emmanuel Akinwuntan, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Willy De Weerdt, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Hilde Feys, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Jan Pauwels, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Guido Baten, Belgian Road Safety Institute, Brussels, Belgium
Patricia Arno, Belgian Road Safety Institute, Brussels, Belgium
Carlotte Kiekens, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium

pp. 295-296

12:00 AM

SESSION 7 - Poster Session B

Can Sea Bands ® Be Used to Mitigate Simulator Sickness?

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Amy D. Wesley, UGS Corporation, Bronx, NY
Tina Brunetti Sayer, Van Buren Township, Michigan
Steve Tengler, Nissan North America, Farmington Hills, MI

pp. 297-303

12:00 AM

SESSION 7 - Poster Session B

Gaze Behavior During Simulated Driving: Elements for a Visual Driving Aid

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Daniel R. Mestre, Université de la Méditerranée, France
Franck Mars, Institut de Recherche en Communications et Cybernétique de Nantes, France
Sylvian Durand, Université de la Méditerranée, France
Fabrice Vienne, INRETS, France
Stéphane Espié, INRETS, France

pp. 304-310

12:00 AM

SESSION 7 - Poster Session B

Performing E-mail Tasks While Driving: The Impact of Speech-Based Tasks on Visual Detection

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Joanne L. Harbluk, Transport Canada, Canada
Simone Lalande, Transport Canada, Canada

pp. 311-317

12:00 AM

SESSION 7 - Poster Session B

Road Environment and Driver Fatigue

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Tal Oron-Gilad, University of Central Florida, Orlando
Peter A. Hancock, University of Central Florida, Orlando

pp. 318-324

12:00 AM

SESSION 7 - Poster Session B

Toward a Driving Competency Assessment Encouraging Elderly's Automobility: A French Point of View

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Catherine Gabaude, INRETS, France
Laurence Paire-Ficout, INRETS, France

pp. 325-334

12:00 AM

SESSION 7 - Poster Session B

Driving Simulators for Commercial Truck Drivers - Humans in the Loop

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Talleah Allen, University of Central Florida, Orlando
Ronald Tarr, University of Central Florida, Orlando

pp. 335-341

12:00 AM

SESSION 7 - Poster Session B

The Concept of Cooperative Automation in Cars: Results from the Experiment "Overtaking on Highways"

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Lars Biester, Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany

pp. 342-348

12:00 AM

SESSION 7 - Poster Session B

What Drivers Don't Know; or Don't Care

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S David Leonard, University of Georgia, Athens
G William Hill IV, Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw
Jeffrey A. Overdorff, Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw

pp. 349-355

12:00 AM

SESSION 7 - Poster Session B

Do In-Vehicle Advance Signs Benefit Older and Younger Driver Intersection Performance?

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Susan L. Chisholm, University of Calgary, Canada
Jeff K. Caird, University of Calgary, Canada
Julie A. Lockhart, University of Calgary, Canada
Natalie H. Vacha, University of Calgary, Canada
Christopher J. Edwards

pp. 356-362

12:00 AM

SESSION 7 - Poster Session B

Gender Differences in Predicting Unsafe Driving Behaviors in Young Adults

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Nicole R. Skaar, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls
John E. Williams, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls

pp. 363-369

12:00 AM

SESSION 7 - Poster Session B

Driving Performance in a Simulator as a Function of Pavement and Shoulder Width, Edge Line Presence, and Oncoming Traffic

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Susan T. Chrysler, Texas A&M University System, College Station
Alicia A. Wlliams

pp. 370-375

12:00 AM

SESSION 7 - Poster Session B

Evaluating First-time and Infrequent Use of In-Car Navigation Devices

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Elliott Noel, University of Guelph, Canada
Blair Nonnecke, University of Guelph, Canada
Lana Trick, University of Guelph, Canada

pp. 376-382

12:00 AM

SESSION 7 - Poster Session B

Adaptation to a Motion-Based and Non-Motion-Based Simulator

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Renee F. Slick, Kansas State University, Manhattan
Tuan Q. Tran, Kansas State University, Manhattan
Elizabeth T. Cady, Kansas State University, Manhattan

pp. 383-387

12:00 AM

SESSION 7 - Poster Session B

Longitudinal Assessment of Older Drivers in a DMV Setting

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Karlene K. Ball, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Daniel L. Roenker, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green
Virginia G. Wadley, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Gayla Cissell, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green
Melissa Matthews, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green
David Ball, University of Alabama at Birmingham
David Vance, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Marth Frankel, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Kathy McConnell, University of Alabama at Birmingham

pp. 388-394

12:00 AM

SESSION 7 - Poster Session B

Traffic Violations and Errors: The Effects of Sensation Seeking and Attention

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H Belgin Ayvaşık, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Nurhan Er, Ankara University, Turkey
Nebi Sümer, Middle East Technical University, Turkey

pp. 395-402

12:00 AM

SESSION 7 - Poster Session B

The Spatial Extent of Attention During Driving

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George J. Anderson, University of California Riverside
Rui Ni, University of California Riverside

pp. 403-408

12:00 AM

SESSION 7 - Poster Session B

(60) Got Info? Examining the Consequences of Inaccurate Information Systems

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Ing-Marie Johnsson, Toyota InfoTechnology Center, Palo Alto, CA
Helen Harris, Toyota InfoTechnology Center, Palo Alto, CA
Clifford Nass, Stanford University, Stanford
Leila Takayama, Stanford University, Stanford

pp. 409-415

12:00 AM

SESSION 7 - Poster Session B

The Relation Between Speed-Lane Choice and Road Accidents in Jordan

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Lina Shbeeb, Al Balqa’ Applied University, Jordan
Wa'el Awad, Al Balqa’ Applied University, Jordan
Mohd R. Suliman, Al Balqa’ Applied University, Jordan
Jamil Mujahed, Jordan Trafic Institue, Jordan

pp. 416-425

12:00 AM

SESSION 7 - Poster Session B

Shut up I'm Driving! Is Talking to an Inconsiderate Passenger the Same as Talking on a Mobile Telephone?

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Natasha Merat, University of Leeds , U.K.
A Hamish Jamson, University of Leeds , U.K.

pp. 426-432

12:00 AM

SESSION 7 - Poster Session B

Driver Performance Assessment with a Car Following Model

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Erwin R. Boer, LUBEC, San Diego, CA
Nicholas J. Ward, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
Michael P. Manser, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
Tomohiro Yamamura, Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. , Japan
Nobuyuki Kuge, Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. , Japan

pp. 433-440

12:00 AM

SESSION 7 - Poster Session B

Steering Entropy Changes as a Function of Microsleeps

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Amit Paul, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Linda Ng Boyle, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Erwin R. Boer, LUBEC, San Diego, CA
Jon Tippin, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Matthew Rizzo, University of Iowa, Iowa City

pp. 441-447

12:00 AM

Thursday, June 30th
12:00 AM

SESSION 8 - Lectures Training & Assessment

Evaluating the Safety Implications and Benefits of an In-Vehicle Data Recorder to Young Drivers

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Tsippy Lotan, OR YAROK, Israel
Tomer Toledo, Israel Institute of Technology, Israel

pp. 448-455

12:00 AM

SESSION 8 - Lectures Training & Assessment

The Use of a Driving Simulator to Assess Senior Driver Performance: Increasing Situational Awareness Through Post-Drive One-on-One Advisement

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Matthew R.E. Romoser, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Donald L. Fisher, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Ronald Mourant, Northeastern University
Jerry Wachtel, The Veridian Group, Inc.
Konstantin Sizov, Drive Square LLC

pp. 456-463

12:00 AM

SESSION 8 - Lectures Training & Assessment

The Development and Evaluation of a High Fidelity Simulator Training Program for Snowplow Operators

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David L. Strayer, University of Utah, Salt Lake City
Frank A. Drews, University of Utah, Salt Lake City
Stan Burns, Utah Department of Transportation, Salt Lake City

pp. 464-470

12:00 AM

SESSION 8 - Lectures Training & Assessment

Can Novice Drivers Recognize Foreshadowing Risks as Easily as Experienced Drivers?

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Lisandra Garay-Vega, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Donald L. Fisher, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

pp. 471-477

12:00 AM

SESSION 9 - Lectures Driver Distraction & Response

A Meta-Analysis of Driving Performance and Crash Risk Associated with the Use of Cellular Telephones While Driving

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Jeff K. Caird, University of Calgary, Canada
Chip T. Scialfa, University of Calgary, Canada
Geoff Ho, Honeywell, Minneapolis, MN
Alison Smiley, Human Factors North, Canada

pp. 478-485

12:00 AM

SESSION 9 - Lectures Driver Distraction & Response

Driver Performance While Interacting with the 511 Travel Information System in Urban and Rural Traffic

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Laura M. Stanley, Montana State University, Bozeman

pp. 486-492

12:00 AM

SESSION 9 - Lectures Driver Distraction & Response

Deciphering Psychological-Physiological Mappings While Driving and Performing a Secondary Memory Task

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John K. Lenneman, Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant
Jonathon R. Shelly, Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant
Richard W. Backs, Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant

pp. 493-498

12:00 AM

SESSION 9 - Lectures Driver Distraction & Response

Deciding to be Distracted

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Neil D. Lerner, Westat, Rockville, MD

pp. 499-506

12:00 AM