2001 Proceedings

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Technical Session 1 (Attention and Distraction)
Technical Session 2 (Driver Training and Licensing Issues)
Invited Speaker (Barry Kantowitz)
Technical Session 3 (Fatigue and Impairment)
Poster Session 1
Technical Session 4 (Driver Performance Assessment)
Technical Session 5 (Information Display Issues in Driver Vehicle Interface Design)
Invited Speaker (Erwin R. Boer)
Technical Session 6 (Medical Factors)
Poster Session 2
Technical Session 7 (Commercial Vehicle Operations)
Invited Speaker (Richard Young)
Technical Session 9 (Infrastructure and In-Vehicle Systems)

 


Opening Remarks - Peter Hancock

 


 

 Technical Session 1 - Attention and Distraction

(1) Mental Workload and Task Performance for Indirect Vision Driving with Fixed Flat Panel Displays Christopher C. Smyth (U.S. Army Research Laboratory - USA)

Final Paper

(2) Evaluation of Manual vs Speech Input When Using a Driver Information System in Real Traffic Ulrich Gartner, Winfried Konig, Thomas Wittig (Robert Bosch GmbH - Germany)

Final Paper


(3) Cell Phone-Induced Perceptual Impairments During Simulated Driving David L. Strayer, Frank A. Drews, Robert W. Albert, William A. Johnston (University of Utah - USA)

Final Paper

(4) Distraction Potential of Speech-Based Driver Interfaces John Lee, Kristi Schmidt, Toby Bral (University of Iowa - USA)

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Technical Session 2 - Driver Training and Licensing Issues


(5) Driver Assessment and Training in the 1980s and 1990s: An Analysis of the Most Cited-Publications Michael Sivak, Michael J. Flannagan, Brandon Schoettle (University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute - USA)

Final Paper

(6) Development of a National Licence Assessment Program for Older Drivers in Australasia Brian Fildes, Nicky Pronk, Judith Charlton (Monash University Accident Research Centre - Australia) Jim Langford (Department of Infrastructure, Energy and Resources - Australia), Bill Frith (Land Safety Traffic Authority - New Zealand)

Final Paper

(7) Disconnect Between Driver Behavior/Performance Studies and Crash Experience: Lessons from the Study of Young/Inexperienced Drivers Neil Lerner (Westat - USA)

Final Paper

(8) Low-Cost PC-Simulation Technology Applied to Novice Driver Training R. Wade Allen, Marcia L. Cook, Theodore J. Rosenthal (Systems Technology, Inc. - USA)

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Invited Speaker - Barry Kantowitz
(9) Using Microworlds to Design Intelligent Interfaces that Minimize Driver Distraction Barry Kantowitz (University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute - USA)

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Technical Session 3 - Fatigue and Impairment

(10) Monitoring Driver Drowsiness and Stress in a Driving Simulator Maria Rimini-Doering, Dietrich Manstetten, Tobias Altmueller, Ulrich Ladstaetter, Michael Mahler (Robert Bosch GmbH - Germany)

Final Paper

(11) Drowsy Driver Monitor and Warning System Richard Grace & Sonya Stewart (Carnegie Mellon University - USA)

Final Paper

(12) An Evaluation of the Effects of a Functional Energy Drink on Post-lunch and Early Evening Driving Performance Andrew Parkes, B.F. Sexton, Sue Burton (TRL Limited (Transport Research Laboratory) - UK) Henglong Hu, Jacquie Shaw, Bruce Daggy (GlaxoSmithKline - UK)

Final Paper

(13) Depth Perception in Driving: Alcohol Intoxication, Eye Movement Changes, and the Disruption of Motion Parallax Mark Nawrot (North Dakota State University - USA)

Final Paper

(14) Technologies for the Monitoring and Prevention of Driver Fatigue Anneke Heitmann, Rainer Guttkuhn, Acacia Aguirre, Udo Trutschel, Martin Moore-Ede (Circadian Technologies, Inc. - USA) ,

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Poster Session 1

(15) Driver Behaviour Studies in the Motorway Operations Platform Grant Mark Brackstone, Mike McDonald (University of Southampton - UK)

Final Paper

(16) The Use of a Multi-modal Interface to Integrate In-Vehicle Information Presentation David Wheatley, Joshua Hurwitz (Motorola Labs - USA)

Final Paper

(17) Performance on Cue Recognition and Evasive Action Skills as Predictors of Effective Driving in College-Age Drivers Dong-Yuan Debbie Wang (Purdue University - USA), David F. Pick (Purdue University Calumet - USA), Robert W. Proctor (Purdue University - USA)

Final Paper

(18) BEI's Driver Skill Enhancement Program (D-SEP): Brief Review of Experimental Mini-Program and Conclusions Seymour M. Bogdonoff (Princeton University - USA)

Final Paper

(19) Ergonomics Specifications and Design of a HMI for an Informational Safe Driving Support System Laurent Nicolas (PSA Peugeot Citroen - France)

Final Paper

(20) Effects of Cellular Telephone Use While Driving Based on Objective and Subjective Mental Workload Assessment Roberto Abraham Tokunaga, Akihiro Shimojo (Civil Engineering Research Institute of Hokkaido I.A.I. - Japan), Toru Hagiwara, Seiichi Kagaya, Ken-etsu Uchida (Hokkaido University - Japan)

Final Paper

(21) The Trainer Project: Matching Training Curricula to Drivers Real Needs Using Multimedia Tools Daniel Herregods, Herve Nowe (Driving Know-How, POLE ProMotions SPRL- Belgium), Angelos Bekiaris (Laboratory of Transport Engineering of Aristotles University of Thessaloniki - Greece), Guido Baten (CARA-Belgian Institute for Road Safety - Belgium), Christian Knoll, Harald Widlroither (University of Stuttgart - Germany)

Final Paper

(22) The Trainer Project: A New Simulator-Based Driver Training Curriculum Juan F. Dols, J. Pardo (Polytechnic University of Valencia - Spain), T. Falkmer (Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute - Sweden), E. Uneken (University of Groningen - The Netherlands), W. Verwey (Institute for Occupational Physiology IFADO - Germany)

Final Paper

(23) Relation of Owners Manuals to Safety S. David Leonard (University of Georgia - USA)

Final Paper

(24) Effect of Physical Changes in Aging on Driving Performance Hideaki Nemoto, Takayuki Yanagishima, Mitsuru Taguchi (Nissan Motor Company, Ltd. - Japan)

Final Paper

(25) Measures of Driver Behavior and Cognitive Workload in a Driving Simulator and in a Real Traffic Environment - Experiences from Two Experimental Studies in Sweden Ruggero Ceci (Swedish National Road Administration - Sweden), Lennart Hogman (Stockholm University - Sweden), Christopher Patten (Swedish National Road Administration - Sweden)

Final Paper

(26) The Effect of a Vehicle Control Device on Driver Performance in a Simulated Tank Driving Task Ellen Haas (U.S. Army Research Laboratory - USA), Micaela Kunze (Bundesamt fur Wehrtechnik und Beschaffung - Germany)

Final Paper

(27) The Effects of Age and Distraction on Reaction Time in a Driving Simulator Justin M. Owens, Richard Lehman (Franklin & Marshall College - USA)

Final Paper

(28) Bilingual Variable Message Signs: A Study of Information Presentation and Driver Distraction Samantha L. Jamson, Fergus N. Tate, A. Hamish Jamson (University of Leeds - UK)

Final Paper

(29) Assessing and Predicting the Impact of Cowlshake in Convertible Cars on Subjective Comfort Harald Kolrep (Kolrep-Rometsch, Human Factors Consultants - Germany)

Final Paper

(30) A Simulator Study of Driver Response to Changeable Message Signs of Differing Length and Format Jose Guerrier (University of Miami School of Medicine - USA), Jerry Wachtel (The Veridian Group, Inc. - USA)

Final Paper

(31) Distraction Effects of Phone Use During a Crucial Driving Maneuver Peter Hancock (University of Central Florida - USA), Mary Lesch, Lucy Simmons (Liberty Mutual Research Center for Safety and Health - USA), Mustapha Mouloua (University of Central Florida - USA)

Final Paper

(32) Role of Monotonous Attention in Traffic Violations, Errors, and Accidents Nebi SŸmer, Belgin Ayvasik (Middle East Technical University - Turkey), Nurhan Er (Ankara University - Turkey), Turker Ozkan (Middle East Technical University - Turkey)

Final Paper

(33) Effects of a Speed-of-Processing Intervention on Driving Performance: The ACCELERATE Study Karlene Ball, David Ball, Meredith Rumble, David Edwards, Virginia Wadley (University of Alabama at Birmingham - USA)

Final Paper

(34) Visual Attention and Roadway Landmark Identification in At-Risk Older Drivers, Amy Crowe, Tara Smyser, Mireille Raby, Kirk Bateman, Matthew Rizzo (University of Iowa - USA)

Final Paper

(35) Virtual Truck Driver Training and Validation: Preliminary Results for Range and Skid Pad Gerard Meyer, Renee Slick, Daniel Westra, Nicolas Noblot, Lois-Ann Kuntz (Carnegie Mellon Driver Training and Safety Institute - USA)

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Technical Session 4 - Driver Performance Assessment

(36) Can We Predict the On-Road Performance of Older Drivers? Dianne Parker (University of Manchester - UK)

Final Paper

(37) Image Characteristics and Their Effect on Driving Simulator Validity Hamish Jamson, (University of Leeds - UK)

Final Paper


(38) Prediction of Driver Decisions to Turn at Intersections Jeff K. Caird, C.J. Edwards, J. Creaser, (University of Calgary - Canada), W.J. Horrey (University of Illinois - USA)

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(39) Examination of Older Driver Steering Adaptation on a High-Performance Driving Simulator Daniel V. McGehee, John D. Lee, Matthew Rizzo, Kirk Bateman (University of Iowa - USA)

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Technical Session 5 - Information Display Issues in Driver-Vehicle Internal Design

(40) They Drive at Night - Can Visual Enhancement Systems Keep the Driver in Control? Erik Hollnagel, Johan Karlsson, Thomas Magnusson, Ulrika Taube (University of Linkšping - Sweden)

Final Paper

(41) Evaluation of Driving-Assistance Systems Based on Drivers' Workload Yuji Takada, Osamu Shimoyama (Nissan Motor Co., Ltd - Japan)

Final Paper

(42) The Relative Importance of Pictorial and Nonpictorial Distance Cues for Driver Vision Michael J. Flannagan, Michael Sivak, Julie K. Simpson (University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute - USA)

Final Paper

(43) Preliminary Studies of Mono-Pulse Braking Haptic Displays for Rear-End Collision Warning Louis Tijerina (Ford Motor Company - USA)

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Invited Speaker - Erwin R. Boer

(44) Behavioral Entropy as a Measure of Driving Performance Erwin R. Boer (Wingcast - USA)

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Technical Session 6 - Medical Factors

(45) Determinants of Driving After Stroke Abiodun Emmanuel Akinwuntan, Hilde Feys, Willy De Weerdt, Jan Pauwels (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven - Belgium), Guido Baten, Emmanuel Strypstein (CARA, Belgian Institute for Road Safety - Belgium), Outstanding Student Paper Award Winner

Final Paper

(46) Dynamic Evaluation of the Useful Field of View in Driving Daniel R. Mestre (Cognitive Neurosciences Centre, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique - France)

Final Paper

(47) Time-to-Contact and Collision-Detection Estimations as Measures of Driving Safety in Old and Dementia Drivers Nicoleta L. Read (University of Leeds - UK), Nicholas J. Ward (University of Minnesota - USA), Andrew M. Parkes (TRL Limited (Transport Research Laboratory) - UK)

Final Paper

(48) Recent European Projects on Driver Impairment Nicholas J. Ward (University of Minnesota - USA), Karel Brookhuis (University of Groningen - The Netherlands)

Final Paper

(49) An Analysis of Driving Performance Measures Used to Assess the Effects of Medications on Drowsiness, Sedation and Driving Impairment Ginger Watson, John M. Weiler, George G. Woodworth, Julie Qidwai, Susan Quinn (University of Iowa - USA)

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Poster Session 2

(50) Traffic Maneuver Problems and Crashes of Young Drivers Adam Kirk, Nikiforos Stamatiadis (University of Kentucky - USA)

Final Paper

(51) Driver License Renewal Issues and Concerns Nikiforos Stamatiadis (University of Kentucky - USA)

Final Paper

(52) Detection of Collision Events by Older and Younger Drivers George John Andersen, Asad Saidpour, AnnJudel Enriquez (University of California, Riverside - USA)

Final Paper

(53) The Role of Simulation in a Staged Learning Model for Novice Driver Situational Awareness Training Loren Staplin (TransAnalytics, LLC - USA), James C. Dowdell (SafeDrive Technologies - USA)

Final Paper

(54) Driving Tests: Reliability and the Relationship Between Test Errors and Accidents Chris Baughan, Barry Sexton (TRL Limited (Transport Research Laboratory) - UK)

Final Paper

(55) Feasibility of Evaluating Design Ideas for Reducing Vehicular Entrapment at Railroad Crossings Using a Laboratory Experiment One-Jang Jeng, Tirthankar Sengupta, Satya Vallepalli (New Jersey Institute of Technology - USA)

Final Paper

(56) Modeling Driver Cognition Delphine Delorme (University of California at Berkeley - USA)

Final Paper

(57) Acceleration Behavior of Drivers in a Platoon Ghulam H. Bham, Rahim F. Benekohal (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - USA), Outstanding Student Paper Award Winner

Final Paper

(58) Evaluating the Presence of In-Vehicle Devices on Driver Performance: Methodological Issues Christian Jerome, H.C. Neil Ganey, Patrick Commarford, Brian Oakley, Mustapha Mouloua, Peter A. Hancock (University of Central Florida - USA), Outstanding Student Paper Award Winner

Final Paper

(59) Driver and Driving Assessment Issues Associated with the Application of a Secondary Task Technique: A Case Study Michael P. Manser, Jacqueline Jenkins (Texas A & M University - USA)

Final Paper

(60) Evaluation of a Low-Cost, PC-Based Driving Simulator to Assess Persons with Cognitive Impairments Due to Brain Injury Jerry Wachtel (The Veridian Group, Inc. - USA), William K. Durfee (University of Minnesota - USA), Theodore J. Rosenthal (Systems Technology, Inc. - USA), Elin Schold-Davis (Sister Kenny Institute - USA), Erica B. Stern (University of Minnesota - USA)

Final Paper

(61) Driver Advocate™ Tool Chip Wood, Robert Leivian, Noel Massey, Jack Bieker, John Summers (Motorola Labs - USA)

Final Paper

(62) A HMD-Based Virtual Reality Driving Simulator Ronald R. Mourant (Northeastern University - USA), Maria T. Schultheis (Kessler Medical Rehabilitation Research and Education Corporation - USA)

Final Paper

(63) Meta-Analysis of Crash Risk Factors Among Older Drivers: Application to a Model Program of Driver Screening Karlene Ball, Virginia Wadley, Jerri Edwards, David Ball (University of Alabama at Birmingham - USA), Daniel Roenker (Western Kentucky University - USA)

Final Paper

(64) Effects of Speed of Visual Processing Training upon Non-Visual Attention in "At-Risk" Older Drivers Nicole Skaar, Matthew Rizzo, Kirk Bateman, Steven Anderson (University of Iowa - USA)

Final Paper

(65) A Computational Model of Driver Decision Making at an Intersection Controlled by a Traffic Light Terry Stanard, Robert J.B. Hutton (Klein Associates, Inc. - USA), Walter Warwick, Stacey McIlwaine, Patricia L. McDermott (Micro Analysis and Design - USA)

Final Paper

(66) Investigating Drivers' Traffic Knowledge in Jordan Wa'el Awad, Mohammad Rasoul S. Al-kharabsheh (Al-Balqa', Applied University - Jordan)

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(67) Socioeconomic Characteristics of Speeding Behavior Kyungwoo Kang (Hanyang University - Korea)

Final Paper

(68) Driver Alertness Detection Research Using Capacitive Sensor Array Philip W. Kithil (Advanced Safety Concepts, Inc. - USA)

Final Paper

(69) The Influence of Conversation, Low-Dose Alcohol and Driving Experience on the Peripheral Vision System Peter Langer, M. Kopp, B. Holzner (University of Innsbruck - Austria), W. Magnet (Kuratrium fuer Verkehrssicherheit - Austria)

Final Paper

(70) Human Factors in Highway-Rail Crossing Accidents: The Influence of Driver Decision Style Mansour Rahimi, Najmedin Meshkati (University of Southern California - USA)

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(71) Fatigue Countermeasure Using Automatic Real-Time Video Processing of Eye Characteristics Jeffrey B. Bishop (Future of Technology and Health, LC - USA), Isaac K. Evans (Evolutionary Heuristics - USA)

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Technical Session 7 - Commercial Vehicle Operations


(72) Design of a Guidebook for the Acquisition and Use of Driving Simulators for Training Transit Bus Operators John F. Brock, Cynthia Jacobs, Richard Buchter (Milestone Group - USA)

Final Paper

(73) Improving Safety for Drivers and Fleets: Historical and Innovative Approaches Richard Grace (Carnegie Mellon University - USA) , Victor Suski (Amercian Associations, USA)

Final Paper

(74) Re-Assessment of Driving Simulators for the Training, Testing and Licensing of Commercial Vehicle Drivers John Pierowicz (Veridian Engineering - USA), Jerry Robin (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration - USA), Valerie J. Gawron (Veridian Engineering - USA)

Final Paper

(75) Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administrations Research and Technology Initiatives to Enhance Commercial Driver Training, Licensing and Performance Management Jerry Robin, Ronald Knipling (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration - USA)

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(76) Value Assessment and Implementation Tradeoffs for Production-Heavy Truck Active Noise Control Daniel J. Maguire (Cooper Advanced Technologies - USA)

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Invited Speaker - Richard Young

(81) Association Between Embedded Cellular Phone Calls and Vehicle Crashes Involving Airbag Deployment Rcihard Young (General Motors Engineering - USA)

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Technical Session 9 - Infrastructure and In-Vehicle Systems

(77) Developments in Cooperative Intelligent Vehicle-Highway Systems and Human Factors Implications (Richard Bishop, Richard Bishop Consulting - USA)

Final Paper

(78) Infrastructure Systems for Intersection Collision Avoidance Robert A. Ferlis (Federal Highway Administration - USA)

Final Paper

(79) Vehicle-Infrastructure Cooperative Systems for Intersection Collision Avoidance: Driver Assessment Challenges Vaughan Inman, Ted Shafer (Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) - USA)

Final Paper

(80) Effects of Traffic Control Devices and Road Scenes on a Driver's Judgment of Curve Sharpness Kenta Suzuki, Takashi Uchida, Toru Hagiwara (Hokkaido University - Japan), Takahiro Ohmi, Roberto A. Tokunaga, Motoki Asano (Civil Engineering Research Institute, Hokkaido Development Bureau - Japan)

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