2013 Proceedings

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Title Page
Preface
Committees
Sponsors and Exhibitors
Acknowledgements
Session 1 -- Lectures, Driver Behavior and Naturalistic Studies
Session 2 -- Lectures, Coaching and Training
Session 3 -- Lectures, Measuring Driving Distraction
Session 4 -- Posters, Session A
Session 5 -- Lectures, Fitness to Drive
Session 6 -- Lectures, Driver Performance and Simulation Studies
Session 7 -- Posters, Session B
Session 8 -- Hybrid Presentations
Session 9 -- Distraction


TOYOTA DISTINGUISHED KEYNOTE LECTURE

(01) Drivers and Driver Assistance Systems: How Well do They Match?
Adrian K. Lund (Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and the Highway Loss Data Institute)

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Session 1 -- Lectures
Driver Behavior and Naturalistic Studies

(02) Not So Fast! An Investigation of Real-World Speeding Behaviors
John L. Campbell, Christian Richard (Battelle), Randolph Atkins (US DOT National Highway Traffic Safety Administration), Monica G. Lichty, James L. Brown (Battelle)

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(03) Novice Teenage Driver Cell Phone Use Prevalence
Johnathon Ehsani, Ashley Brooks-Russell, Kaigang Li, Jessamyn Perlus, Anuj Pradhan, Bruce G. Simons-Morton (National Institutes of Health)

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(04) Problems with Sleep Do Not Predict Self-Reported Driving Factors and Perception in Older Drivers: Evidences from the Candrive II Prospective Cohort
Sylvain Gagnon, Andrea J. Hickey (University of Ottawa – Canada), Kelly Weegar (Ottawa Hospital Research Institute – Canada), Yara Kadulina (University of Ottawa – Canada), Shawn Marshall (Ottawa Hospital Research Institute – Canada), Anita Myers (University of Waterloo – Canada), Holly Tuokko (Centre for Aging – Canada), Michel Bédard (Centre for Research on Safe Driving – Canada)

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(05) Validity of the C-RDS Self-Reported Risky Driving Measure
Bruce G. Simons-Morton, Kaigang Li, Ashley Brooks-Russell, Johnathon Ehsani, Anuj Pradhan (National Institutes of Health), Marie Claude Ouimet (University of Sherbrooke – Canada), Sheila Klauer (Virginia Tech Transportation Institute)

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Session 2 -- Lectures
Coaching and Training

(06) A Coaching Program for Recently Licensed Young Drivers in the Netherlands: Which Drivers are Attracted?
Erik Roelofs (Cito – The Netherlands), Jan Vissers (Royal Haskoning – The Netherlands), Marieke van Onna (Cito – The Netherlands)

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(07) The Potential for IVDR Feedback and Parental Guidance to Improve Novice Young Drivers’ Behavior
Oren Musicant, Haneen Farah (The Ran Naor Foundation – Israel), Tomer Toledo (Technion – Israel), Yaara Shimshoni, Haim Omer (Tel-Aviv University – Israel), Tsippy Lotan (Or Yarok – Israel)

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(08) Using Feedback from Naturalistic Driving to Improve Treatment Adherence in Drivers with Obstructive Sleep Apnea
J. Tucker Krone, Jeffrey D. Dawson, Steven W. Anderson, Nazan S. Aksan, Jon Tippin, Matthew Rizzo (University of Iowa)

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(09) Assessing the Impact of “Brain Training” on Changes in Driving Performance, Visual Behavior, and Neuropsychology
Jonathan Dobres (The Massachusetts Institute of Technology AgeLab), Anya Potter (The Massachusetts Institute of Technology AgeLab; University of Massachusetts), Bryan Reimer, Bruce Mehler, Alea Mehler, Joseph Coughlin (The Massachusetts Institute of Technology AgeLab)

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Session 3 -- Lectures
Measuring Driving Distraction

(10) Towards Operationalizing Driver Distraction
James P. Foley (Toyota Collaborative Safety Research Center), Richard Young (Wayne State School of Medicine), Linda Angell (Virginia Tech Transportation Institute), Joshua E. Domeyer (Toyota Collaborative Safety Research Center)

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(11) Sensitivity of Detection Response Task (DRT) to the Driving Demand and Task Difficulty
Marie-Pierre Bruyas, Laëtitia Dumont (IFSTTAR-LESCOT – France)

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(12) The Tactile Detection Response Task: Preliminary Validation for Measuring the Attentional Effects of Cognitive Load
Richard A. Young, Li Hsieh, Sean Seaman (Wayne State University)

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(13) Detection Response Tasks: Using Remote, Headmounted and Tactile Signals to Assess Cognitive Demand While Driving
Joanne L. Harbluk, Peter C. Burns, Sebastian Hernandez, Jane Tam, Viliam Glazduri (Transport Canada – Canada)

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Session 4 -- Poster Session A

(14) Improving Restraint Feasibility through Ambulance Layout Redesign
Jessica Mueller, Tawny Hoyt, Laura Stanley (Western Transportation Institute, Montana State University)

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(15) Human Factors Issues Associated with Limited Ability Autonomous Driving Systems: Drivers’ Allocation of Visual Attention to the Forward Roadway
Robert E. Llaneras (Virginia Tech Transportation Institute), Jeremy Salinger, Charles A. Green (General Motors)

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(16) How Missing a Treatment of Mixed Amphetamine Salts Extended Release Affects Performance in Teen Drivers with ADHD
Lana M. Trick, Ryan Toxopeus (University of Guelph)

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(17) Predictors of Driving in Individuals with Relapsing–Remitting Multiple Sclerosis
Abiodun E. Akinwuntan, Kelly Baker, Michelle Manley, Erin McGonegal, Christina O’Connor, Kendra Phillips, Kristen Turchi (Georgia Regents University)

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(18) Formulation of Driver Judgment Process around Curves for Deviated State Detection
Motoki Shino, Hiroshi Yoshitake (University of Tokyo – Japan), Machiko Hiramatsu, Takashi Sunda (Nissan Motor Co. Ltd – Japan), Minoru Kamata (University of Tokyo – Japan)

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(19) Age Differences in Driving-Specific Tests of Executive Function
Ann E. Lambert, Daniel J. Cox, Melissa L. O’Connor, Rick L. Moncrief, Clarissa Cho, Ronald J. Johnson (University of Virginia Health System)

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(20) Cooperative Adaptive Cruise Control: Critical Human Factors Issues and Research Questions
Stephen Jones (Science Applications International Corporation [SAIC]), Brian H. Philips (US DOT Federal Highway Administration)

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(21) Assessing Text Reading and Text Entry while Driving Using the Visual Occlusion Technique
Mahtab Ghazizadeh, John D. Lee (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Yiyun Peng, Linda Ng Boyle (University of Washington)

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(22) Can Intermittent Video Sampling Capture Individual Differences in Naturalistic Driving?
Nazan Aksan, Mark Schall, Steven Anderson, Jeffery Dawson, Jon Tippin, Matthew Rizzo (University of Iowa)

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(23) Shifting Between Cognitive and Visual Distraction: The Impact of Cognitive Ability on Distraction Caused by Secondary Tasks
Sachi Mizobuchi, Mark Chignell (Vocalage Inc.; University of Toronto – Canada), Junko Suzuki, Ko Koga, Kazunari Nawa (Toyota InfoTechnology Center Co., Ltd. – Japan)

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(24) Effects of Environmental Factors on Naturalistic Driving in Obstructive Sleep Apnea
Lixi Yu, Jeffrey D. Dawson, Nazan S. Aksan, Jon Tippin, Matthew Rizzo (University of Iowa)

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(25) What Makes a Good Passenger? From Teen Drivers’ Perspectives
Yi-Ching Lee (Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia), Noelle LaVoie (Parallel Consulting, LLC)

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(26) Inhibitory Control and Peer Passengers Predict Risky Driving in Young Novice Drivers - A Simulator Study
Ellen M.M. Jongen (Transportation Research Institute, Hasselt University – Belgium), Kris Brijs (Transportation Research Institute, Hasselt University – Belgium; XIOS University College, Department of Construction Engineering – Belgium), Tom Brijs, Geert Wets (Transportation Research Institute, Hasselt University – Belgium)

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(27) An Initial Assessment of the Significance of Task Pacing on Self-Report and Physiological Measures of Workload While Driving
Bruce Mehler, Bryan Reimer (The Massachusetts Institute of Technology AgeLab; New England University Transportation Center)

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(28) Using Manual Measurements on Event Recorder Video and Image Processing Algorithms to Extract Optical Parameters and Range
Jonas Bärgman, Julia Werneke, Christian-Nils Boda (Chalmers University of Technology, Division of Vehicle Safety – Sweden), Johan Engström (AB Volvo – Sweden), Kip Smith (Naval Postgraduate School)

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(29) Can We Predict Steering Control Performance from a 2D Shape Detection Task?
Bobby Nguyen (Wichita State University), Yan Zhuo (Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Science – China), Rui Ni (Wichita State University)

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(30) Comparison of the Minisim and Stisim Driving Simulators for the Detection of Impairment: An Alcohol Validation Study
Gary Kay (Cognitive Research Corporation), Omar Ahmad, Timothy Brown, Andrew Veit (University of Iowa)

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(31) Driver Distraction through Conversation Measured with Pupillometry
Carsten Dlugosch, Antonia S. Conti, Klaus Bengler (Technische Universität München, Institute of Ergonomics – Germany)

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(32) On-Road Evaluation of Driver Capability: A Medical Record Review of the Adaptive Driving Program
Nahom Beyene, Amy Lane, Rosemarie Cooper, Rory Cooper (University of Pittsburgh)

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(33) Comparison of Anticipatory Glancing and Risk Mitigation of Novice Drivers and Exemplary Drivers when Approaching Curves
Jeffrey W. Muttart, Donald L. Fisher, Alexander P. Pollatsek, Jenna Marquard (University of Massachusetts-Amherst)

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(34) Who are the Users of Speed Regulation Assistance? Comparing Driver Characteristics of Casual and Intensive System Users
Véronique Huth, Corinne Brusque, Marie-Pierre Bruyas, Valérie Lancelle (IFSTTAR [LESCOT], Université de Lyon – France)

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(35) Neuropsychological Predictors of Safety in Urban Left-Turn Scenarios
Jeffrey D. Dawson, Lixi Yu, Kuan-Hua Chen, Michelle Rusch, Amy M. Johnson, Nazan S. Aksan (University of Iowa), Takashi Sunda, Machiko Hiramatsu (Nissan Research Center, Nissan Motor Co. – Japan), Steven W. Anderson, Matthew Rizzo (University of Iowa)

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NISSAN DISTINGUISHED KEYNOTE LECTURE

(36) Distraction: Friend or Foe
Clifford Nass (Stanford University)

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Session 5 -- Lectures
Fitness to Drive

(37) Predicting Older Adults’ On-Road Driving Performance
Rachel W. Ross, Charles Scialfa, Scheila Cordazzo, Katherine Bubric (University of Calgary – Canada)

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(38) Validation of Driving Simulation to Assess On-Road Performance in Huntington Disease
Hannes Devos (University of Leuven – Belgium; University of Iowa), Alice Nieuwboer (University of Leuven – Belgium), Wim Vandenberghe (University of Leuven – Belgium), Mark Tant (Belgian Road Safety Institute – Belgium), Willy De Weerdt (University of Leuven – Belgium), Ergun Uc (University of Iowa; Veterans Affairs Medical Center)

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(39) Video Test to Evaluate Detection Performance of Drivers with Hemianopia: Preliminary Results
Alex R. Bowers (Schepens Eye Research Institute, Mass Eye and Ear, Harvard Med School; New England College of Optometry), Karen Jeng (UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School), Eli Peli (Schepens Eye Research Institute, Mass Eye and Ear, Harvard Med School; New England College of Optometry), Laura Werner (New England College of Optometry), Amy Doherty (Schepens Eye Research Institute, Mass Eye and Ear, Harvard Med School)

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(40) The Long Road Home: Driving Performance and Ocular Measurements of Drowsiness Following Night Shift-Work
William J. Horrey, Yulan Liang (Liberty Mutual Research Institute of Safety), Michael L. Lee (Division of Sleep Medicine, Harvard Medical School), Mark E. Howard (Institute for Breathing & Sleep, Austin Health – Australia), Clare Anderson (Monash University – Australia), Michael S. Shreeve, Conor O’Brien, Charles A. Czeisler (Division of Sleep Medicine, Harvard Medical School)

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Session 6 -- Lectures
Driver Performance and Simulation Studies

(41) Simulator Sickness Questionnaire: Twenty Years Later
Stacy A. Balk, Mary Anne Bertola, Vaughan W. Inman (Science Applications International Corporation [SAIC])

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(42) The Design of Haptic Gas Pedal Feedback to Support Eco-Driving
Hamish Jamson, Daryl L. Hibberd, Natasha Merat (Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds – United Kingdom)

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(43) Interactions between Cars and Motorcycles: Testing Underlying Concepts through Integration of On-Road and Simulator Studies
Michael G. Lenné (Monash University Accident Research Centre – Australia), Paul M. Salmon (University of the Sunshine Coast – Australia), Vanessa Beanland (The Australian National University – Australia), Guy H. Walker (Heriot-Watt University – United Kingdom), Geoff Underwood (University of Nottingham – United Kingdom), Ashleigh Filtness (Monash University Accident Research Centre – Australia)

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(44) Driver Response to Phase Termination at Signalized Intersections
Joshua Swake, Mafruhatul Jannat, Muhammad Islam, David S. Hurwitz (Oregon State University)

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Session 7 -- Poster Session B

(45) Test-Retest Reliability of Simulated Driving Performance: A Pilot Study
Christopher Irwin, David Shum, Michael Leveritt, Ben Desbrow (Griffith Health Institute, Griffith University – Australia)

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(46) The Development of a Cognitive Skills Training to Support Driver Education – Comparing Performance of Experienced and Trained Learner Drivers
Tibor Petzoldt, Thomas Weiss, Josef F. Krems, Maria Bannert (Chemnitz University of Technology – Germany)

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(47) Vehicle Detection Using Android Smartphones
Zhiquan Ren (Shanghai Jiao Tong University – China), Chun Wang (University of Minnesota), Jibo He (Wichita State University)

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(48) Traffic Sign Detection and Identification
Vaughan W. Inman (Science Applications International Corporation [SAIC]), Brian H. Philips (US DOT Federal Highway Administration)

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(49) Active Traffic Management Sign Comprehension
William A. Perez (Science Applications International Corporation [SAIC]), Brian H. Philips (US DOT Federal Highway Administration)

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(50) The Effect of Aging and Ground Texture on the Control of Braking
Zheng Bian, George J. Andersen (University of California, Riverside)

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(51) Using a Layered Algorithm to Detect Driver Cognitive Distraction
Yulan Liang (Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety), John D. Lee (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

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(52) Assessment of the SEEV Model to Predict Attention Allocation at Intersections During Simulated Driving
Nicholas D. Cassavaugh, Alex Bos, Cole McDonald (Central Michigan University), Pujitha Gunaratne (Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America), Richard W. Backs (Central Michigan University)

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(53) Effect of Driving Experience on Change Detection Based on Target Relevance and Size
Alexandra S. Mueller (Western University – Canada), Lana M. Trick (University of Guelph – Canada)

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(54) A Research Synthesis of Text Messaging and Driving Performance
Jeff K. Caird, Kate Johnston (University of Calgary – Canada), Chelsea Willness (University of Saskatchewan – Canada), Mark Asbridge (Dalhousie University – Canada)

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(55) Can Young Drivers Learn to Anticipate Hidden Hazards: A Driving Simulator Study
Siby Samuel, Tracy Zafian, Avinoam Borowsky, Matthew R. E. Romoser, Donald L. Fisher (Arbella Human Performance Laboratory, University of Massachusetts, Amherst)

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(56) Driving and Speaking: Revelations by the Head-Mounted Detection Response Task
Antonia S. Conti, Carsten Dlugosch (Technische Universität München, Institute of Ergonomics – Germany), Felix Schwarz (BMW Group Research and Technology – Germany), Klaus Bengler (Technische Universität München, Institute of Ergonomics – Germany)

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(57) Comparison of Static and Driving Simulator Venues for the Tactile Detection Response Task
Johan Engström, Pontus Larsson, Christian Larsson (Advanced Technology and Research, Volvo Group Trucks Technology – Sweden)

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(58) Effectiveness of Bimodal Versus Unimodal Alerts for Distracted Drivers
Bridget A. Lewis, B. N. Penaranda, Daniel M. Roberts, Carryl L. Baldwin (George Mason University)

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(59) Driving Hazard Detection with a Bioptic Telescope
Amy Doherty, Eli Peli, Gang Luo (Schepens Eye Research Institute, Mass Eye and Ear, Harvard Medical School)

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(60) Can Frequency Domain Heart Rate Measures Detect Impaired Driver Performance?
C. Heinze (University of Applied Sciences – Germany), S. Schirmer (Institute for System Analysis & Applied Numeric [ISAAN] – Germany), U. Trutschel (Institute for System Analysis & Applied Numeric [ISAAN] – Germany; Circadian), B. Sirois (Circadian), M. Golz (University of Applied Sciences – Germany; Institute for System Analysis & Applied Numeric [ISAAN] – Germany), D. Edwards (Caterpillar, Inc.)

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(61) A Field Study Assessing Driving Performance, Visual Attention, Heart Rate and Subjective Ratings in Response to Two Types of Cognitive Workload
Yan Yang, Bryan Reimer, Bruce Mehler, Jonathan Dobres (The Massachusetts Institute of Technology AgeLab; New England University Transportation Center)

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(62) Design of Effective Feedback: Understanding Driver, Feedback, and Their Interaction
Jing Feng, Birsen Donmez (University of Toronto – Canada)

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(63) The Relationship between Real-Time EEG Engagement, Distraction and Workload Estimates and Simulator-Based Driving Performance
Thomas D. Marcotte, Rachel A. Meyer, Terence Hendrix, Robin Johnson (University of California, San Diego; Advanced Brain Monitoring, Inc.)

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(64) Driver Simulation-Based Training of Heavy Vehicle Operators: Targeted Task Analysis and Considerations for Training Design
Eve Mitsopoulos-Rubens, Michael G. Lenné (Monash University Accident Research Centre – Australia), Paul M. Salmon (University of the Sunshine Coast – Australia)

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(65) Investigating the Effect of a Visual Search Task for Simulator-Based Driver Training
P.M. van Leeuwen, R. Happee, J.C.F. de Winter (Delft University of Technology – The Netherlands)

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(66) “Choking Under Pressure” in Older Drivers
Kuan-Hua Chen, Steven W. Anderson, Michelle L. Rusch, Nazan S. Aksan, Jeffrey D. Dawson, Matthew Rizzo (University of Iowa)

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(67) Headway Time and Crashes Among Novice Teens and Experienced Adult Drivers in a Simulated Lead Truck Braking Scenario
Catherine C. McDonald (University of Pennsylvania; The Center for Injury Research and Prevention at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia), Thomas S. Seacrist, Yi-Ching Lee, Helen Loeb, Venk Kandadai (The Center for Injury Research and Prevention at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia), Flaura K. Winston (The Center for Injury Research and Prevention at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia; University of Pennsylvania)

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(68) Performance Degradation Due to Automation in Texting while Driving
Ben D. Sawyer, Peter A. Hancock (University of Central Florida)

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Session 8 -- Hybrid Presentations

(69) 3D Spatial Attention Effects are Independent of Projected 2D Size and Location for Older and Younger Drivers
Russell S. Pierce, George J. Andersen (University of California, Riverside)

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(70) Measuring Young Drivers’ Behaviors during Complex Driving Situations
Anuj K. Pradhan, Kaigang Li, Johnathon P. Ehsani (National Institutes of Health), Marie Claude Ouimet (University of Sherbrooke – Canada), Sheila G. Klauer (Virginia Tech Transportation Institute), Bruce G. Simons-Morton (National Institutes of Health)

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(71) Cocktail Party Effect & Attention Capture in Semi-Autonomous Driving
Crystal Tobias, Chen-Yung Su, Lutz Kolburg, Brian Lathrop (Volkswagen Group of America, Electronics Research Laboratory)

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(72) Factors Affecting Glance Behavior when Interacting with In-Vehicle Devices: Implications from a Simulator Study
Yiyun Peng, Linda Ng Boyle (University of Washington), Mahtab Ghazizadeh, John D. Lee (University of Wisconsin—Madison)

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(73) The Influence of Passengers on Driving in Young Drivers with Varying Levels of Experience
Ryan Toxopeus, Robert Ramkhalawansingh, Lana Trick (University of Guelph)

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(74) Permissive Left-Turn Behavior at the Flashing Yellow Arrow in the Presence of Pedestrians
Patrick Marnell, Halston Tuss, David Hurwitz (Oregon State University), Kirk Paulsen, Chris Monsere (Portland State University)

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(75) Why Should I Use ADAS? Advanced Driver Assistance Systems and the Elderly: Knowledge, Experience and Usage Barriers
Nicole Trübswetter, Klaus Bengler (Technische Universität München, Institute of Ergonomics – Germany)

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(76) Does Personality Influence Engagement in Mobile ‘Phone Tasks?
Natasha Merat, James Coleman (Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds – United Kingdom)

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(77) Naturalistic Studies of Driver Distraction: Effects of Analysis Methods on Odds Ratios and Population Attributable Risk
Richard A. Young (Wayne State University School of Medicine)

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(78) Driver Drowsiness Immediately before Crashes – A Comparative Investigation of EEG Pattern Recognition
M. Golz (University of Applied Sciences, Schmalkalden – Germany; Institute for System Analysis and Applied Numerics – Germany), D. Sommer (University of Applied Sciences, Schmalkalden – Germany), U. Trutschel (Circadian Technologies, Inc.; Institute for System Analysis and Applied Numerics – Germany), J. Krajewski (University of Wuppertal – Germany), B. Sirois (Circadian Technologies, Inc.)

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(79) Two-Minute Peripheral Motion Contrast Threshold Test Predicts Older Drivers’ Collisions and Hazardous Driving in Simulator
Steven Henderson, Charles Collin, Sylvain Gagnon, Misha Voloaca, Heather Woods-Fry (University of Ottawa – Canada), John Grant, Ted Rosenthal, Wade Allen (Systems Technology Incorporated)

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(80) A Cohort-Based Data Structure Design for Analyzing Crash Risk Using Naturalistic Driving Data
Paul P. Jovanis (Pennsylvania State University), Kun-Feng (Ken) Wu (Federal Highway Administration)

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Session 9 -- Lectures
Distraction

(81) A Preliminary Assessment of Perceived and Objectively Scaled Workload of a Voice-Based Driver Interface
Bryan Reimer, Bruce Mehler, Hale McAnulty, Daniel Munger, Alea Mehler, Enrique Abdon Garcia Perez, Thomas Manhardt, Joseph F. Coughlin (The Massachusetts Institute of Technology AgeLab & New England University Transportation Center)

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(82) Comparison of Driver Distraction Evaluations across Two Simulator Platforms and an Instrumented Vehicle
Susan T. Chrysler (National Advanced Driving Simulator, University of Iowa), Joel Cooper (Precision Driving Research, Inc.), Daniel V. McGehee (Public Policy Center, University of Iowa), Christine Yager (Texas A&M Transportation Institute)

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(83) Looming Auditory and Vibrotactile Collision Warning for Safe Driving
Cristy Ho, Charles Spence (Crossmodal Research Laboratory, University of Oxford – United Kingdom), Rob Gray (School of Sport and Exercise Sciences, University of Birmingham – United Kingdom)

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(84) The Effects of Momentary Visual Disruption on Hazard Anticipation in Driving
Avinoam Borowsky (Liberty Mutual Research Institute of Safety; University of Massachusetts, Amherst), William J. Horrey, Yulan Liang, Angela Garabet, Lucinda Simmons (Liberty Mutual Research Institute of Safety), Donald L. Fisher (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)

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