2005 Proceedings

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Keynote Speaker
Session 1 - Lectures
Session 2 - Lectures
Session 3 - Poster Session
Session 4 - Lectures
Session 5 - Lectures
Session 6 - Panel Discussion
Session 7 - Poster Session
Session 8 - Lectures
Session 9 - Lectures

 


Nissan Distinguished Keynote Lecture
Dr. Leonard Evans

(01) Sex and the Single-Vehicle Crash Leonard Evans (Science Serving Society)

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SESSION 1 - Lectures
Quantification of Driver Performance

(02) Evidence and Dimensions of Commercial Driver Differential Crash Risk Ronald R. Knipling (Virginia Tech Transportation Institute)

Final Paper

(03) Quantifying Driver Response Times Based upon Research and Real Life Data Jeffrey W. Muttart (Eastern Connecticut State University)

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(04) Variability of Driving Performance During Microsleeps Amit Paul, Linda Ng Boyle, Jon Tippin, Matthew Rizzo (University of Iowa)

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(05) Steering Entropy Revisited Erwin R. Boer (LUEBEC), Michael E. Rakauskas, Nicholas J. Ward (University of Minnesota), Michael A. Goodrich (Brigham Young University)

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SESSION 2 - Lectures
Visual Performance

(06) Assessing Driving Performance with Moderate Visual Field Loss Alex R. Bowers, Eli Peli (Harvard Medical School), Jennifer Elgin, Gerald McGwin, Jr., Cynthia Owsley (University of Alabama at Birmingham)

Final Paper

(07) Peripheral Motion Contrast Sensitivity and Older Drivers' Detection Failure Accident Risk Steven Henderson (Transportation Safety Board of Canada - Canada), Don C. Donderi (McGill University - Canada)

Final Paper
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(08) Predicting Driving Performance in Older Adults with the Useful Field of View Test: A Meta-Analysis Karlene K. Ball, Olivio J. Clay, Virginia G. Wadley, David L. Roth (University of Alabama at Birmingham), Jerri D. Edwards (University of Alabama in Huntsville), Daniel L. Roenker (Western Kentucky University)

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(09) Distance Perception with a Camera-Based Rear Vision System in Actual Driving Michael J. Flannagan, Mary Lynn Mefford (The University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute)

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SESSION 3 - Poster Session A

(10) The Perceptions of Emergency Vehicle Drivers Using Simulation in Driver Training Jeffrey T. Lindsey, Ann E. Barron (University of Southern Florida)

Final Paper

(11) The Effects of Speech Production and Speech Comprehension on Simulated Driving Performance Tate T. Kubose, Kathryn Bock, Gary S. Dell, Susan M. Garnsey, Arthur F. Kramer, Jeff Mayhugh (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)

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(12) The Effects of PC-Based Training on Novice Drivers' Risk Awareness in a Driving Simulator Anuj K. Pradhan, Donald L. Fisher, Alexander Pollatsek (University of Massachusetts , Amherst)

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Presentation

(13) Effects of Lane Departure Warning on Drowsy Drivers' Performance and State in a Simulator Maria Rimini-Doering, Tobias Altmueller, Ulrich Ladstaetter, Markus Rossmeier (Robert Bosch GmbH - Germany)

Final Paper
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(14) Cognitive and Psychomotor Correlates of Self-Reported Driving Skills and Behavior Nebi Sümer, H. Belgin Ayvasik (Middle East Technical University - Turkey), Nurhan Er, (Ankara University - Turkey)
 
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(15) An Evaluation of Driving Ability in a Simulator: A Good Predictor of Driving Ability After Stroke? Ann-Helen Patomella, Anders Kottorp (Karolinska Institutet - Sweden)

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(16) Withdrawn

(17) Enhancing the Messages Displayed on Dynamic Message Signs Chun-Ming Yang, Dusty Waters, Carmeris C. Cabrera, Jyh-Hone Wang, Charles E. Collyer (University of Rhode Island)

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(18) Visual Field Defects and the Risk of Motor Vehicle Collisions Among Patients with Glaucoma Gerald McGwin, Jr., Aiyuan Xie, Andrew Mays, Wade Joiner (University of Alabama at Birmingham), Dawn K. DeCarlo (Nova Southeastern University), Tyler Andrew Hall, Cynthia Owsley (University of Alabama at Birmingham)

Final Paper

(19) Verbal Collision Avoidance Messages of Varying Perceived Urgency Reduce Crashes in High Risk Scenarios Carryl L. Baldwin, Jennifer F. May (Old Dominion University)

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(20) Withdrawn

(21) Tracking Driver Eye Movements at Permissive Left-Turns Michael A. Knodler, Jr. (University of Massachusetts , Amherst) , David A. Noyce (University of Wisconsin , Madison)

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(22) Age Related Decrements in Steering Control: The Effects of Landmark and Optical Flow Information Rui Ni, George J. Andersen (University of California, Riverside) , Sean McEvoy, Matthew Rizzo (University of Iowa)

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(23) Psychophysiological Measures of Driver Distraction and Workload While Intoxicated Michael E. Rakauskas, Nicholas J. Ward, Edward Bernat, Meredith Cadwallader, Christopher Patrick (University of Minnesota) , Dick de Waard (University of Gr ö ningen - The Netherlands)

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(24) Workload Changes in Teenaged Drivers Driving with Distractions Renee F. Slick, Elizabeth T. Cady, Tuan Q. Tran (Kansas State University)
 
Final Paper

(25) Driver Assessment with Measures of Continuous Control Behavior R. Wade Allen (Systems Technology, Inc.), Thomas D. Marcotte (University of California at San Diego), Theodore J. Rosenthal, Bimal L. Aponso (Systems Technology, Inc.)

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(26) Matching In-Car Voice with Driver State : Impact on Attitude and Driving Performance Ing-Marie Jonsson (Toyota Information Technology Center), Clifford Nass ( Stanford University), Helen Harris (Toyota Information Technology Center), Leila Takayama (Stanford University)

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(27) Assessing Driver Fitness to Participate in FHWA Field Experimentation at Night John A. Molino (Science Applications International Corporation), Kenneth S. Opiela (Federal Highway Administration), Bryan J. Katz (Science Applications International Corporation), M. Joseph Moyer (Federal Highway Administration)

Final Paper

(28) The Impact of Cognitive Deficits and Spasticity on Driving Simulator Performance in Multiple Sclerosis Thomas D. Marcotte (University of California), Theodore J. Rosenthal (Systems Technology, Inc.), Jody Corey-Bloom, Erica Roberts, Sara Lampinen (University of California), R. Wade Allen (Systems Technology, Inc.)

Final Paper

(29) Change Detection Performance Under Divided Attention with Dynamic Driving Scenarios Yi-Ching Lee, John D. Lee, Linda Ng Boyle (University of Iowa)

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(30) Driver Workload Management During Cell Phone Conversations Chip Wood, Joshua Hurwitz (Motorola Labs)

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(31) Simulator Performance vs. Neurophysiologic Monitoring: Which is More Relevant to Assess Driving Impairment? Henry J. Moller, Leonid Kayumov, Eric L. Bulmash, Colin M. Shapiro, Sidney H. Kennedy (Toronto Western Hospital , University of Toronto - Canada)

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(32) Assessment of a Driver Interface for Lateral Drift and Curve Speed Warning Systems: Mixed Results for Auditory and Haptic Warnings Tina Brunetti Sayer (Visteon Corporation), James R. Sayer, Joel M. Devonshire (The University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute)

Final Paper

(33) Useful Field of View Impairment in Partial Epilepsy Erik St. Louis, Sean McEvoy, Qian Chi Shi, Matthew Rizzo (University of Iowa)
 
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SESSION 4 - Lectures
Driver Assistance Systems


(34) Comparison Between Visual and Tactile Signal Detection Tasks Applied to the Safety Assessment of In-Vehicle Information Systems Johan Engström, Nina Åberg, Emma Johansson (Volvo Technology Corporation - Sweden), Jakob Hammarbäck (Uppsala - Sweden)

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(35) Road-to-Lab: Validation of the Static Load Test for Predicting On-Road Driving Performance While Using Advanced In-Vehicle Information and Communication Devices Richard Young, Bijaya Aryal, Marius Muresan, Xuru Ding, Steve Oja, S. Noel Simpson (General Motors Engineering)

Final Paper

(36) Driver Distraction and Reliance: Adaptive Cruise Control in the Context of Sensor Reliability and Algorithm Limits Bobbie D. Seppelt, Monica N. Lees, John D. Lee (University of Iowa)

Final Paper

(37) Driver Distraction: A Naturalistic Observation of Secondary Behaviors With the Use of Driver Assistance Systems James R. Sayer, Mary Lynn Mefford, Kezia Shirkey, Jessica Lantz (University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute)

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SESSION 5 - Lectures

Medical Factors

Driving Assessment in Maine - A Medical Perspective Bruce Sigsbee, MD (American Academy of Neurology, senior member)

(38) Unsafe Rear-End Collision Avoidance in Alzheimer's Disease Ergun Y. Uc, Matthew Rizzo, Steven W. Anderson, Qian Shi, Jeffrey D. Dawson (University of Iowa)

Final Paper

(39) Innovative Fatigue Management Approach in the Trucking Industry Anneke Heitmann, Rainer Guttkuhn (Circadian Technologies, Inc.), Dean Croke (FleetRisk Advisors, LLC) , Martin Moore-Ede (Circadian Technologies, Inc.)

Final Paper
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(40) 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 Frances P. Thorndike, Daniel J. Cox, Larry Merkel, Melissa Moore, Roger Burket, Carrie Muller, Boris Kovatchev (University of Virginia Health System)

Final Paper

(41) Cognitive Abilities Related to Driving Performance in a Simulator and Crashing on the Road Steven W. Anderson, Matthew Rizzo, Qian Shi, Ergun Y. Uc, Jeffrey D. Dawson (University of Iowa)

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SESSION 6 - Presentation and Panel Discussion
Naturalistic Driving and the Virginia Tech 100 Car

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SESSION 7 - Poster Session B

(42) Examination of the Efficacy of Proximity Warning Devices for Young and Older Drivers Arthur F. Kramer, Nicholas D. Cassavaugh, William J. Horrey, Ensar Becic, Jeffery Mayhugh (University of Illinois)

Final Paper

(43) Effect of Simulator Training on Driving After Stroke: A Randomized Controlled Trial Abiodun Emmanuel Akinwuntan, Willy De Weerdt, Hilde Feys, Jan Pauwels (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven - Belgium), Guido Baten, Patricia Arno (CARA, Belgian Road Safety Institute - Belgium), Carlotte Kiekens (University Hospital Pellenberg - Belgium)

Final Paper

(44) Can Sea Bands ® Be Used to Mitigate Simulator Sickness? Amy D. Wesley (UGS Corporation), Tina Brunetti Sayer (Van Buren Township, Michigan), Steve Tengler (Nissan North America)

Final Paper
Presentation

(45) Gaze Behavior During Simulated Driving: Elements for a Visual Driving Aid Daniel R. Mestre (UMR Mouvement et Perception, CNRS/Universite de la Mediterranee - France), Franck Mars (Institut de Recherche en Communications et Cybernetique de Nantes - France), Sylvain Durand (UMR Mouvement et Perception, CNRS/Universite de la Mediterranee - France), Fabrice Vienne, Stéphane Espié (Modelisations, Simulations et Simulateurs de Conduite - France)

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(46) Performing E-mail Tasks While Driving: The Impact of Speech-Based Tasks on Visual Detection Joanne L. Harbluk, Simone Lalande (Transport Canada - Canada)

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(47) Road Environment and Driver Fatigue Tal Oran-Gilad, Peter A. Hancock (University of Central Florida)

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(48) Toward a Driving Competency Assessment Encouraging Elderly's Automobility: A French Point of View Catherine Gabaude, Laurence Paire-Ficout (INRETS, LESCOT - France)

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(49) Driving Simulators for Commercial Truck Drivers - Humans in the Loop Talleah Allen, Ronald Tarr (University of Central Florida)

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(50) The Concept of Cooperative Automation in Cars: Results from the Experiment "Overtaking on Highways" Lars Biester (Robert Bosch GmbH - Germany)

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(51) What Drivers Don't Know; or Don't Care S. David Leonard (University of Georgia), G.William Hill IV, Jeffrey A. Overdorff (Kennesaw State University)

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(52) Do In-Vehicle Advance Signs Benefit Older and Younger Driver Intersection Performance? Susan L. Chisholm, Jeff K. Caird, Julie A. Lockhart, Natalie H. Vacha (University of Calgary - Canada), Christopher J. Edwards (Virginia Tech Transportation Institute)

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(53) Gender Differences in Predicting Unsafe Driving Behaviors in Young Adults Nicole R. Skaar, John E. Williams (University of Northern Iowa)

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(54) Driving Performance in a Simulator as a Function of Pavement and Shoulder Width, Edge Line Presence, and Oncoming Traffic Susan T. Chrysler, Alicia A. Williams (Texas A&M University System)

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(55) Evaluating First-time and Infrequent Use of In-Car Navigation Devices Elliott Noel, Blair Nonnecke, Lana Trick (University of Guelph - Canada)

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(56) Adaptation to a Motion-Based and Non-Motion-Based Simulator Renee F. Slick, Tuan Q. Tran, Elizabeth T. Cady (Kansas State University)

Final Paper

(57) Longitudinal Assessment of Older Drivers in a DMV Setting Karlene K. Ball (University of Alabama at Birmingham) , Daniel L. Roenker (Western Kentucky University), Virginia G. Wadley (University of Alabama at Birmingham) , Gayla Cissell, Melissa Matthews (Western Kentucky University), David Ball, David Vance, Martha Frankel, Kathy McConnell (University of Alabama at Birmingham)

Final Paper

(58) Traffic Violations and Errors: The Effects of Sensation Seeking and Attention H. Belgin Ayvasik (Middle East Technical University - Turkey), Nurhan Er (Ankara University - Turkey), Nebi Sümer (Middle East Technical University - Turkey)

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(59) The Spatial Extent of Attention During Driving George J. Andersen, Rui Ni (University of California , Riverside)

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(60) Got Info? Examining the Consequences of Inaccurate Information Systems Ing-Marie Jonsson, Helen Harris (Toyota InfoTechnology Center), Clifford Nass, Leila Takayama (Stanford University)

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(61) Withdrawn

(62) The Relation Between Speed-Lane Choice and Road Accidents in Jordan Lina Shbeeb, Wa'el Awad, Mohd. R. Suliman (Al Balqa' Applied University - Jordan), Jamil Mujahed (Jordan Traffic Institute - Jordan)

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(63) Shut up I'm Driving! Is Talking to an Inconsiderate Passenger the Same as Talking on a Mobile Telephone? Natasha Merat, A. Hamish Jamson (University of Leeds - United Kingdom)

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(64) Driver Performance Assessment with a Car Following Model Erwin R. Boer (LUEBEC), Nicholas J. Ward, Michael P. Manser (University of Minnesota), Tomohiro Yamamura, Nobuyuki Kuge (Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. - Japan)

Final Paper

(65) Steering Entropy Changes as a Function of Microsleeps Amit Paul, Linda Ng Boyle (University of Iowa), Erwin R. Boer (LUEBEC), Jon Tippin, Matthew Rizzo (University of Iowa)

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SESSION 8 - Lectures
Training & Assessment

(66) Evaluating the Safety Implications and Benefits of an In-Vehicle Data Recorder to Young Drivers Tsippy Lotan (OR YAROK - Israel), Tomer Toledo (Israel Institute of Technology - Israel)

Final Paper
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(67) The Use of a Driving Simulator to Assess Senior Driver Performance: Increasing Situational Awareness Through Post-Drive One-on-One Advisement Matthew R.E. Romoser, Donald L. Fisher (University of Massachusetts , Amherst), Ronald Mourant (Northeastern University), Jerry Wachtel (The Veridian Group, Inc.), Konstantin Sizov (Drive Square LLC.)

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(68) The Development and Evaluation of a High Fidelity Simulator Training Program for Snowplow Operators David L. Strayer, Frank A. Drews (University of Utah), Stan Burns (Utah Department of Transportation)

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(69) Can Novice Drivers Recognize Foreshadowing Risks as Easily as Experienced Drivers? Lisandra Garay-Vega, Donald L. Fisher (University of Massachusetts , Amherst)

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SESSION 9 - Lectures
Driver Distraction & Response

(70) A Meta-Analysis of Driving Performance and Crash Risk Associated with the Use of Cellular Telephones While Driving Jeff K. Caird, Chip T. Scialfa (University of Calgary - Canada), Geoff Ho (Honeywell), Alison Smiley (Human Factors North - Canada)

Final Paper

(71) Driver Performance While Interacting with the 511 Travel Information System in Urban and Rural Traffic Laura M. Stanley, Michael J. Kelly, Suzanne Lassacher (Montana State University)

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(72) Deciphering Psychological-Physiological Mappings While Driving and Performing a Secondary Memory Task John K. Lenneman (General Motors R&D and Planning) , Jonathon R. Shelley, Richard W. Backs (Central Michigan University)

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(73) Deciding to be Distracted Neil D. Lerner (Westat)

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