Proceedings of the 4th International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training, and Vehicle Design : driving assessment 2007
Skamania Lodge, Stevenson, Washington, USA
July 9-12, 2007

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

Schedule

Subscribe to RSS Feed

2007
Tuesday, July 10th
12:00 AM

Toyota Distinguished Keynote Lecture Donald A. Norman

The Design of Future Things: Cautious Cars:

PDF

Donald A. Norman, Nielsen Norman Group

pp. 1-1

12:00 AM

Session 1 – Lectures Tools-Simulation - Research Methods

R We Fooling Ourselves: Does the Occlusion Technique Shortchange R Estimates?

PDF

Christopher A. Monk, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
David G. Kidd, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA

pp. 2-8

12:00 AM

Session 1 – Lectures Tools-Simulation - Research Methods

Shouldn’t Cars React as Drivers Expect?

PDF

Jan-Erik Källhammer, Autoliv Research, Vårgårda, Sweden
Kip Smith, Linköping University, Sweden
Johan Karlsson, Autoliv Research, Vårgårda, Sweden
Erik Hollnagel, Linköping University, Sweden

pp. 9-15

12:00 AM

Session 1 – Lectures Tools-Simulation - Research Methods

Using the Lane-Change Test (LCT) to Assess Distraction: Tests of Visual-Manual and Speech-Based Operation of Navigation System Interfaces

PDF

Joanne L. Harbluk, Transport Canada, Ontario, Canada
Peter C. Burns, Transport Canada, Ontario, Canada
Martin Lochner, Transport Canada, Ontario, Canada
Patricia L. Trbovich, Transport Canada, Ontario, Canada

pp. 16-22

12:00 AM

Session 1 – Lectures Tools-Simulation - Research Methods

Effects of Secondary Task Demands on Drivers’ Responses to Events During Driving: Surrogate Methods and Issues

PDF

Linda S. Angell, Gneral Motors Corporation, Warren, MI

pp. 23-24

12:00 AM

Session 2 – Lectures Visual Performance & Attention

Vision in Night Driving: The Roles of Rod and Cone Photoreceptors

PDF

Michael J. Flannagan, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

pp. 25-31

12:00 AM

Session 2 – Lectures Visual Performance & Attention

Change Blindness, Attention, and Driving Performance

PDF

Monica N. Lees, University of Iowa, Iowa City
JonDavid Sparks, University of Iowa, Iowa City
John D. Lee, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Matthew Rizzo, University of Iowa, Iowa City

pp. 32-38

12:00 AM

Session 2 – Lectures Visual Performance & Attention

Overestimation of Skills Affects Drivers’ Adaptation to Task Demands

PDF

Saskia de Craen, SWOV, Institute for Road Safety Research, Netherlands
Divera A.M. Twisk, SWOV, Institute for Road Safety Research, Netherlands
Marjan P. Hagenzieker, SWOV, Institute for Road Safety Research, Netherlands
Henk Elffers, NSCR, Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement Leiden, the Netherlands
Karel A. Brookhuis, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands

pp. 39-45

12:00 AM

Session 2 – Lectures Visual Performance & Attention

Predicting the Effects of Disability Glare on Driving Performance

PDF

Rob Gray, Arizona State University, Mesa, AZ

pp. 46-53

12:00 AM

Session 3 – Lectures Driver Distraction

Awareness of Performance Decrements Due to Distraction in Younger and Older Drivers

PDF

William J. Horrey, Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety, Hopkinton, MA
Mary F. Lesch, Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety, Hopkinton, MA
Angela Garabet, Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety, Hopkinton, MA

pp. 54-60

12:00 AM

Session 3 – Lectures Driver Distraction

The Effect of Voice Interactions on Drivers’ Guidance of Attention

PDF

Yi-Ching Lee, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
John D. Lee, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Linda Ng Boyle, University of Iowa, Iowa City

pp. 61-67

12:00 AM

Session 3 – Lectures Driver Distraction

Internal Distraction and Driving: Does It Show?

PDF

Rino F.T. Brouwer, TNO Human Factors, Netherlands
Marieke H. Martens, TNO Human Factors, Netherlands

pp. 68-74

12:00 AM

Session 3 – Lectures Driver Distraction

Conversations on an Embedded Phone While Driving: Predicted vs. Observed Real-World Airbag Deployment Crash Rates

PDF

Richard A. Young, General Motors, Warren, MI
Chris Schreiner, Motorola

pp. 75-76

12:00 AM

Session 4 – Posters

Field Test Results of a Road Departure Crash Warning System: Driver Acceptance, Perceived Utility and Willingness to Purchase

PDF

James R. Sayer, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
David J. LeBlanc, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Mary Lynn Mefford, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Joel Devonshire, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

pp. 77-83

12:00 AM

Session 4 – Posters

Weight Semi Hidden Markov Model and Driving Situation Classification for Driver Behavior Diagnostic

PDF

Nicolas Dapzol, INRETS, France

pp. 84-90

12:00 AM

Session 4 – Posters

Time-to-Arrival and Useful Field of View: Associations with Reported Driving Difficulties Among Older Adults

PDF

José F. Marmeleira, University of Évora, Portugal
Inês S. Ferreira, University of Coimbra, Portugal
Mário B. Godinho, Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal
Orlando M. Fernandes, University of Évora, Portugal

pp. 91-97

12:00 AM

Session 4 – Posters

Aging and the Effects of Conversation with a Passenger or a Caller on Simulated Driving Performance

PDF

Ensar Becic, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Tate Kubose, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Arthur F. Kramer, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Gary S. Dell, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Susan M. Garnsey, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Kathryn Bock, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

pp. 98-104

12:00 AM

Session 4 – Posters

Driving Simulator Evaluation of a Vehicle Rear-MountedHeavy Braking Light With and Without Distraction

PDF

Michael Regan, INRETS, France
Thomas Triggs, Monash University, Melbourne, Victoria
Eve Mitsopoulos-Rubens, Monash University, Melbourne, Victoria
Mark Symmons, Monash University, Melbourne, Victoria
Nebojsa Tomasevic, Monash University, Melbourne, Victoria

pp. 105-111

12:00 AM

Session 4 – Posters

Training of Driving-Related Attentional Performance After Stroke Using a Driving Simulator

PDF

Emmanuel Abiodun Akinwuntan, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta
Willy De Weerdt, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Hilde Feys
Geert Verheyden, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
F. De Vooght, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Hannes Devos, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Guido Baten, Belgian Road Safety Institute, Brussels, Belgium
Carlotte Kiekens, University Hospital Pellenberg, Belgium

pp. 112-118

12:00 AM

Session 4 – Posters

Some Negative Effects of Warnings

PDF

S David Leonard, University of Georgia, Athens

pp. 119-125

12:00 AM

Session 4 – Posters

Broad-Spectrum Clinical Applications of a Low-Fidelity Simulator: Emphasis on Functional Impairment

PDF

Henry J. Moller, University of Toronto, Canada

pp. 126-129

12:00 AM

Session 4 – Posters

The Relationship Between Driving Behavior and Entropy

PDF

Jeffrey D. Dawson, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Joshua D. Cosman, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Yang Lei, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Elizabeth Dastrup, University of Iowa, Iowa City
JonDavid Sparks, University of Iowa, Iowa City

pp. 130-132

12:00 AM

Session 4 – Posters

Just Noticeable Differences for Vehicle Rates of Closure

PDF

Gregory M. Corso, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA
Nicholas J. Kelling, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA

pp. 133-137

12:00 AM

Session 4 – Posters

Assessing Drivers’ Vigilance State During Monotonous Driving

PDF

Eike A. Schmidt, DaimlerChrysler AG, Germany
Willhelm E. Kincses, DaimlerChrysler AG, Germany
Michael Scharuf, DaimlerChrysler AG, Germany
Stefan Haufe, Technische Universität Berlin, Berlin
Ruth Schubert, Charité University, Berlin
Gabriel Curio, Charité University, Berlin

pp. 138-145

12:00 AM

Session 4 – Posters

Evaluation of Fatigue Management Technologies Using Weighted Feature Matrix Method

PDF

David J. Edwards, Caterpillar Inc., Peoria,IL
Bill Sirois, Circadian Technologies Inc., Stoneham, MA
Todd Dawson, Circadian Technologies Inc., Stoneham, MA
Acacia Aguirre, Circadian Technologies Inc., Stoneham, MA
Bill Davis, Circadian Technologies Inc., Stoneham, MA
Udo Trutschel, Circadian Technologies Inc., Stoneham, MA

pp. 146-152

12:00 AM

Session 4 – Posters

Objective Methods for Assessments of Influence of IVIS (In-Vehicle Information Systems) on Safe Driving

PDF

Petr Bouchner, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic
Stanislav Novotný, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic
Roman Piekník, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic

pp. 153-159

12:00 AM

Session 4 – Posters

Comparison of Self-Reported and Computer-Based Hazard Perception Skills Among Novice and Experienced Drivers

PDF

Nebi Sümer, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Ayça Berfu Ünal, Meteksan Sistem A.Ş., Turkey
Ahmet Birdal, Meteksan Sistem A.Ş., Turkey
Pınar Çınar, Meteksan Sistem A.Ş., Turkey
Sema Çevikoğlu, Meteksan Sistem A.Ş., Turkey

pp. 160-166

12:00 AM

Session 4 – Posters

Effects of Chinese Font Style and Color on Variable Message Signs

PDF

Chien-Jung Lai, National Chin-Yi University of Technology, Taiwan
Duan-Bing Wang, National Chin-Yi University of Technology, Taiwan
Kuo-Duan Yen, National Chin-Yi University of Technology, Taiwan

pp. 167-173

12:00 AM

Session 4 – Posters

Driving Simulator Performance Across the Lifespan: A Preliminary Study

PDF

Thomas D. Marcotte, University of California, San Diego
Theodore Rosenthal, University of California, San Diego
Erica Roberts, University of California, San Diego
J. Cobb Scott, University of California, San Diego
Rachel Meyer, University of California, San Diego
R Wade Allen, University of California, San Diego

pp. 174-175

12:00 AM

Session 4 – Posters

I-TSA Traffic Safety Assessment in a Simulator Experiment with Integrated Information and Assistance Systems

PDF

Maria Rimini-Doering, Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany
Michael Dambier, Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany

pp. 176-183

12:00 AM

Session 4 – Posters

Identifying Fatality Factors of Rural and Urban Safety Cultures

PDF

Michael E. Rakauskas, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
Nicholas J. Ward, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis

pp. 184-190

12:00 AM

Session 4 – Posters

Near Peripheral Motion Detection Threshold Predicts Detection Failure Accident Risk in Younger and Older Drivers

PDF

Steven Henderson, Transportation Safety Board of Canada, Quebec, Canada
Sylvain Gagnon, University of Ottawa, Canada
Alexandre Bélanger, University of Ottawa, Canada
Ricardo Tabone, University of Ottawa, Canada
Charles Collin, University of Ottawa, Canada

pp. 191-198

12:00 AM

Session 4 – Posters

Effects of Visual and Cognitive Distraction on Lane Change Test Performance

PDF

Johan Engström, Volvo Technology Corporation, Sweden
Gustav Markkula, Volvo Technology Corporation, Sweden

pp. 199-205

12:00 AM

Session 4 – Posters

Effect of a Side Collision-Avoidance Signal on Simulated Driving with a Navigation System

PDF

Dong-Yuan Debbie Wang, University of North Florida, Jacksonville
David F. Pick, Purdue University Calumet, Hammond, IN
Robert W. Proctor, Purdue University, West Lafayette
Yi Ye, University of North Florida, Jacksonville

pp. 206-211

12:00 AM

Session 4 – Posters

Prediction of Brake Onset Times for Rear End Collisions

PDF

Nicholas J. Kelling, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta
Gregory M. Corso, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta

pp. 212-216

12:00 AM

Session 4 – Posters

Indirect Clinical Evidence of Driver Inattention as a Cause of Crashes

PDF

Gary A. Davis, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis

pp. 217-223

12:00 AM

Wednesday, July 11th
12:00 AM

Session 5 – Lectures Quantification of Driving Perfomance

Naturalistic Driving Performance During Secondary Tasks

PDF

James Sayer, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Joel Devonshire, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Carol Flannagan, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

pp. 224-230

12:00 AM

Session 5 – Lectures Quantification of Driving Perfomance

The Quality of Behavioral and Environmental Indicators Used to Infer the Intention to Change Lanes

PDF

Matthias J. Henning, Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany
Oliver Georgeon, INRETS, France
Josef F. Krems, Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany

pp. 231-237

12:00 AM

Session 5 – Lectures Quantification of Driving Perfomance

Driving Performance while Engaged in MP-3 Player Interaction: Effects of Practice and Task Difficulty on PRT and Eye Movements

PDF

Susan L. Chisholm, University of Calgary, Canada
Jeff K. Caird, University of Calgary, Canada
Julie Lockhart, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Lisa Fern, Ohio State University, Columbus
Elise Teteris, University of Calgary, Canada

pp. 238-245

12:00 AM

Session 5 – Lectures Quantification of Driving Perfomance

Field Test Results of a Road Departure Crash Warning System: Driver Utilization and Safety Implications

PDF

David J. LeBlanc, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
James Sayer, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Christopher Winkler, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Scott Bogard, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Joel Devonshire, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

pp. 246-252

12:00 AM

Session 6 – Lectures Medical Factors - Fitness to Drive

Predicting Driver Safety in Parkinson’s Disease: An Interim Report of an Ongoing Longitudinal Study

PDF

Ergun Y. Uc, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Matthew Rizzo, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Steven W. Anderson, University of Iowa, Iowa City
JonDavid Sparks, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Qian Shi, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Robert L. Rodnitzky, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Jeffrey D. Dawson, University of Iowa, Iowa City

pp. 253-256

12:00 AM

Session 6 – Lectures Medical Factors - Fitness to Drive

The Effects of Sleep Deprivation on Simulator Driving as Compared with Other Psychomotor Tests George

PDF

D Park, Systems Technology, Inc., Hawthorne, CA
J Catesby Ware, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk
Jennifer F. May, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk
Theodore J. Rosenthal, Systems Technology, Inc., Hawthorne, CA
Matthew R. Guibert, Systems Technology, Inc., Hawthorne, CA
R Wade Allen, Systems Technology, Inc., Hawthorne, CA

pp. 257-264

12:00 AM

Session 6 – Lectures Medical Factors - Fitness to Drive

Short and Predictive Assessment Battery of Fitness-to-Drive After Stroke

PDF

Emmanuel Abiodun Akinwuntan, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta
Hannes Devos, Katholieke Universiteit, Belgium
Hilde Feys, Katholieke Universiteit, Belgium
Geert Verheyden, Katholieke Universiteit, Belgium
Willy De Weerdt, Katholieke Universiteit, Belgium
Guido Baten, CARA, Belgian Road Safety Institute, Belgium
Carlotte Kiekens, University Hospital Pellenberg, Belgium

pp. 265-268

12:00 AM

Session 6 – Lectures Medical Factors - Fitness to Drive

Simulator-Based Driving with Hemianopia: Detection Performance and Compensatory Behaviors on Approach to Intersections

PDF

Alex R. Bowers, Harvard Medical School, Boston
Aaron J. Mandel, Harvard Medical School, Boston
Robert B. Goldstein, Harvard Medical School, Boston
Eli Peli, Harvard Medical School, Boston

pp. 269-270

12:00 AM

Session 7 – Lectures Design

A Simple and Effective Display for Night Vision Systems

PDF

Omer Tishimhoni, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Michael J. Flannagan, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Mary Lynn Mefford, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Naoko Takenobu, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

pp. 271-277

12:00 AM

Session 7 – Lectures Design

Comparing the Influence of Two User Interfaces for Mobile Radios on Driving Performance

PDF

Zeljko Medenica, University of New Hampshire, Durham
Andrew L. Kun, University of New Hampshire, Durham

pp. 278-284

12:00 AM

Session 7 – Lectures Design

Comparison of Driver Brake Reaction Times to Multimodal Rear-end Collision Warnings

PDF

Jeffrey J. Scott, Arizona State University
Rob Gray, Arizona State University

pp. 285-291

12:00 AM

Session 7 – Lectures Design

Effects of Adaptive Information Presentation

PDF

Nicola Fricke, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

pp. 292-298

12:00 AM

Session 8 – Posters

Safety Related Misconceptions and Self-Reported BehavioralAdaptations Associated With Advanced In-Vehicle Systems: Lessons Learned From Early Technology Adopters

PDF

Robert E. Llaneras, Virginia Tech Transportation Institute, Blacksburg

pp. 299-305

12:00 AM

Session 8 – Posters

The Effects Of Sleep Apnea on Heart Rate Variability in a Simulator

PDF

Linda Boyle, University of Iowa
John Hill, University of Iowa
John Tippin, University of Iowa
Kevin Faber, University of Iowa
Matthew Rizzo, University of Iowa

pp. 306-313

12:00 AM

Session 8 – Posters

The Danger of Incorrect Expectations In Driving: The Failure to Respond

PDF

Martin H. Martens, TNO Human Factors, Soesterberg, the Netherlands

pp. 314-320

12:00 AM

Session 8 – Posters

Observation of Gap Acceptance During Intersection Approach

PDF

Delphine Cody, University of California, Berkeley
Christopher Nowakowski, University of California, Berkeley
Bénédicte Bougler, University of California, Berkeley

pp. 321-327

12:00 AM

Session 8 – Posters

Comparison of Trained and Untrained Novice Drivers’ Gaze Behavior in Risky and Non-Risky Scenarios

PDF

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

pp. 328-334

12:00 AM

Session 8 – Posters

Off-Road and On-Road Driving Assessments Methods, What Do They Say? A Clinical Sample

PDF

Helena Larsson, Karolinska Institutet – Huddinge Stockholm, Sweden.
Torbjörn Falkmer, Linköping University, Sweden

pp. 335-342

12:00 AM

Session 8 – Posters

Diabetes and Motor Vehicle Crashes: A Systematic Evidence-Based Review and Meta-Analysis

PDF

Stephen J. Tregear, ECRI Evidence-based Practice Center, Plymouth Meeting, PA,
Matthew Rizzo, University of Iowa, Iowa City
Marie Tiller, ECRI Evidence-based Practice Center, Plymouth Meeting, PA,
Karen Schoelles, ECRI Evidence-based Practice Center, Plymouth Meeting, PA,
Kurt T. Hegmann, University of Utah College of Medicine, Salt Lake City
Barbara Phillips, University of Kentucky College of Medicine, Lexington
Michael I. Greenburg, Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia
Gunnar Anderson, Rush University Medical Center, Chicago

pp. 343-350

12:00 AM

Session 8 – Posters

Multisensory Signal Detection: How Does Driving and IVIS Management Affect Performance?

PDF

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

pp. 351-357

12:00 AM

Session 8 – Posters

Static and Dynamic Evaluation of the Driver Speed Perception and Selection Process

PDF

David S. Hurwitz, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Michael A. Knodler Jr

pp. 358-364

12:00 AM

Session 8 – Posters

Age-Related Driving Performance: Effect of Fog Under Dual-Task Conditions

PDF

Rui Ni, University of California, Riverside
Julie Kang, University of California, Riverside
George J. Andersen, University of California, Riverside

pp. 365-370

12:00 AM

Session 8 – Posters

Auditory In-Vehicle Technologies to Support Older Drivers

PDF

Carryl L. Baldwin, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA
Ian Reagan, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA
Jeffrey H. Lawrence, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA
T Robert Turner, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA

pp. 371-372

12:00 AM

Session 8 – Posters

Age-Related Deficits in the Frequency of Gaze Responses to the Mirrors and Blind-Spot During Land Change Maneuvers of Various Complexity

PDF

Martin Lavallière, University of Calgary, Canada
Nathan Ngân, University of Calgary, Canada
Mathieu Tremblay, University of Calgary, Canada
Denis Laurendeau, University of Calgary, Canada
Charles T. Scialfa, University of Calgary, Canada
Martin Simoneau, University of Calgary, Canada
Normand Teasdale, University of Calgary, Canada

pp. 373-380

12:00 AM

Session 8 – Posters

Long-Term Effects of More Punitive Legislation Concerning the Use of Mobile Phone During Driving in Portugal

PDF

Mário B. Godinho, Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal

pp. 381-386

12:00 AM

Session 8 – Posters

Does Exposure to Distraction in an Experimental Setting Impact Driver Perception of Cell Phone Ease of Use and Safety?

PDF

Angela Garabet, Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety Hopkinton, MA
William J. Horrey, Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety Hopkinton, MA

pp. 387-393

12:00 AM

Session 8 – Posters

Why Driving Performance Measures Are Sometimes Not Accurate (and Methods to Check Accuracy)

PDF

Paul Green, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

pp. 394-400

12:00 AM

Session 8 – Posters

Drivers with Dementia: Environment, Errors and Performance Outcomes

PDF

Angela Berndt, University of South Australia School of Health Sciences Adelaide, South Australia
Esther May, University of South Australia School of Health Sciences Adelaide, South Australia
Michael Clark, Flinders University Adelaide, South Australia

pp. 401-407

12:00 AM

Session 8 – Posters

Using Utility Theory to Evaluate IVR Menu Structure and Reduce Driving Distraction

PDF

Michael E. Rakauskas, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis

pp. 408-415

12:00 AM

Session 8 – Posters

On the Construction of a Safety Gap Prediction Model for Freeway Bus Lane-Changing Maneuver Using Driving Simulator Data

PDF

Chao-Hua Chen, Chung Hua University Hsinchu, TAIWAN
Wen-Chu Ho, Chung Hua University Hsinchu, TAIWAN

pp. 416-422

12:00 AM

Session 8 – Posters

An Examination of the Relationship Between Attention Profiles and Simulated Driving Performance

PDF

Meghann Nelson, Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant
Stephanie Tuttle, Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant
Richard W. Backs, Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant

pp. 423-430

12:00 AM

Session 8 – Posters

Formative Evaluation of Engineering Designs Using Driver Performance in a Immersive Driving Simulator

PDF

Michael J. Kelly, Montana State University, Bozeman
Suzanne Lassacher, Montana State University, Bozeman
Laura M. Stanley, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg

pp. 431-437

12:00 AM

Session 8 – Posters

Crashing Under Pressure: An Examination of Older Driver’s Reactions to Simulated Challenging Road Events

Alexandre Bélanger, University of Ottawa, Canada
Stephanie Yamin, University of Ottawa, Canada
Andrée-Ann Cyr, University of Ottawa, Canada
Malcolm Man-Soon Hing, Elizabeth Bruyère Research Centre -Canada)
Shawn Marshall, Elizabeth Bruyère Research Centre -Canada)

pp. 438-445

12:00 AM

Session 8 – Posters

The Influence of Fog on Motion Discrimination Thresholds in Car Following

PDF

Stéphane Caro, IRNETS, Arcueil, France
Viola Cavallo, IRNETS, Arcueil, France
Christian Marendaz, University of Grenoble Grenoble, France
Erwin Boer, LUEBEC, San Diego, California
Fabrice Vienne, IRNETS, Arcueil, France

pp. 446-451

12:00 AM

Session 8 – Posters

A Cybernetic Perspective on Car Following in Fog

PDF

Erwin R. Boer, LUEBEC, San Diego, California
Stéphane Caro, IRNETS, Arcueil, France
Viola Cavallo, IRNETS, Arcueil, France

pp. 452-458

12:00 AM

Session 8 – Posters

Driver's Behavior and Workload Assessment for New In-Vehicle Technologies Design

PDF

Annie Pauzié, IRNETS, Arcueil, France
Julie Manzano, IRNETS, Arcueil, France
Nicolas Dapzol, IRNETS, Arcueil, France

pp. 572-580

12:00 AM

Thursday, July 12th
12:00 AM

Session 9 – Hybrid

The Effectiveness of Safety Campaign VMS Messages - A Driving Simulator Investigation

PDF

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

pp. 459-465

12:00 AM

Session 9 – Hybrid

Passenger Age and Gender Effects on Adult Driver Fatal Crash Rate

PDF

Neil Lerner, Westat, Rockville, MD
Mark Freedman, Westat, Rockville, MD
Paul Zador, Westat, Rockville, MD
Marie Claude Ouimet, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Bethesda, Maryland
Bruce Simons-Morton, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Bethesda, Maryland
Douglas Duncan, Consultant Rockville, Maryland

pp. 466-472

12:00 AM

Session 9 – Hybrid

Estimation of Driver Inattention to Forward Objects Using Facial Direction with Application to Forward Collision Avoidance Systems

PDF

Kenji Kimura, Toyota Motor Company, Aichi, Japan
Akira Nakagoshi, Toyota Motor Company, Aichi, Japan
Hitoshi Kanamori, Toyota Motor Company, Aichi, Japan

pp. 473-480

12:00 AM

Session 9 – Hybrid

Simulator-Based Learning: Achieving Performance Improvement Independent of Instructors

PDF

Darrell R. Turpin, Applied Simulation Technologies, Salt Lake City, Utah
Reginald T. Welles, Applied Simulation Technologies, Salt Lake City, Utah
Camille Price, Applied Simulation Technologies, Salt Lake City, Utah

pp. 481-487

12:00 AM

Session 9 – Hybrid

Assessment of Hazard Perception Latencies Using Real Life and Animated Traffic Hazards: Comparison of Novice and Experienced Drivers

PDF

Nebi Sümer, Middle East Technical University , Turkey
Ayça Berfu Ünal, Meteksan Sistem A.Ş, Ankara, Turkey
Ahmet Birdal, Meteksan Sistem A.Ş, Ankara, Turkey

pp. 488-494

12:00 AM

Session 9 – Hybrid

The Virtual Check Ride (VCR) as a Diagnostic and Remediation System

PDF

Ron Tarr, Institute for Simulation and Training Orlando, FL
James D. Whitmire II

pp. 495-501

12:00 AM

Session 9 – Hybrid

Perceptual-Motor Control Strategies for Left-Turn Execution

PDF

Rayka Mohebbi, Arizona State University, Mesa

pp. 502-508

12:00 AM

Session 9 – Hybrid

Conversation Effects on Driving: Neural Mechanisms Underlying Reaction Times to Visual Events

PDF

Li Hsieh, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
Richard A. Young, General Motors, Detroit, MI
Susan M. Bowyer, Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, MI

pp. 509-510

12:00 AM

Session 9 – Hybrid

Cognitive Factors and Gender Related to Self-reported Difficulties in Older Drivers

PDF

Inês S. Ferreira, University of Coimbra, Portugal
José F. Marmeleira, University of Évora, Portugal
Mário B. Godinho, Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal
Mário R. Simões, University of Coimbra, Portugal

pp. 511-518

12:00 AM

Session 9 – Hybrid

Driver Performance and Workload Using a Night Vision System

PDF

John M. Sullivan, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Jonas Bärgman, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Go Adachi, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Brandon Schoettle, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

pp. 519-526

12:00 AM

Session 9 – Hybrid

Assessing Driver Fatigue as a Factor in Road Accidents

PDF

William Sirois, Circadian Technologies, Stoneham, MA
Todd Dawson, Circadian Technologies, Stoneham, MA
Martin Moore-Ede, Circadian Technologies, Stoneham, MA
Acacia Aguirre, Circadian Technologies, Stoneham, MA
Udo Trutschel, Circadian Technologies, Stoneham, MA

pp. 527-533

12:00 AM

Session 9 – Hybrid

Can Galvanic Vestibular Stimulation Reduce Simulator Adaptation Syndrome?

PDF

Rebecca J. Reed-Jones, University of Guelph, Canada
James G. Reed-Jones, University of Guelph, Canada
Lana M. Trick, University of Guelph, Canada
Lori A. Vallis, University of Guelph, Canada

pp. 534-540

12:00 AM

Session 9 – Hybrid

Risky Driving by Recently Licensed Teens: Self-Reports and Simulated Performance

PDF

Teresa M. Senserrick, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA
Timothy Brown, Univesity of Iowa, Iowa City
Dawn Marshall, Univesity of Iowa, Iowa City
D Alex Quistberg, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA
Ben Dow, Univesity of Iowa, Iowa City
Flaura K. Winston, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA

pp. 541-548

12:00 AM

Session 10 – Lectures Younger & Older Drivers

Evaluation of the AARP Driver Safety Program in Florida

PDF

Gerald McGwin Jr, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Cynthia Owsley, University of Alabama at Birmingham

pp. 549-550

12:00 AM

Session 10 – Lectures Younger & Older Drivers

Age, Skill and Hazard Perception in Driving

PDF

Avinoam Borowsky, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
David Shinar, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
Tal Oron-Gilad, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

pp. 551-557

12:00 AM

Session 10 – Lectures Younger & Older Drivers

Examining Young Novice Driver Headway Choice in a Simulated Car Following Task

PDF

Eve Mitsopoulos-Rubens, Monash University Accident Research Centre, Australia
Thomas Triggs, Monash University Accident Research Centre, Australia
Michael Regan, Monash University Accident Research Centre, Australia

pp. 558-564

12:00 AM

Session 10 – Lectures Younger & Older Drivers

The Impact of an Event-Triggered Video Intervention on Rural Teenage Driving

PDF

Daniel V. McGehee, University of Iowa
Cher Carney, University of Iowa
Mireille Raby, University of Iowa
John D. Lee, University of Iowa
Michelle L. Reyes, University of Iowa

pp. 565-571

12:00 AM