Toyota Distinguished Keynote Lecture

01   Emotion Tracking for Health, Memory, and Well-Being
        Mary Czerwinski (Microsoft Research)

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Session 1 - Lectures
Driver Behavior and Naturalistic Studies

02   Mental Workload of Voice Interactions with 6 Real-World Driver Interfaces
        Joel Cooper (University of Utah & Precision Driving Research), David Strayer (University of Utah)
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03   Characterizing the Effect of Videophone Conversations on Intersection Driving Performance
        John Gaspar (University of Iowa), Ronald Carbonari, Henry Kaczmarski, Arthur Kramer (University of Illinois)
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04   Car-aoke: Vocal Performances Indicate Distraction Effects of In-Car Music
        Warren Brodsky, Matan Ziv (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev - Israel)
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05   Cognitive Distraction Impairs Drivers' Anticipatory Glances: An On-Road Study
        Francesco Biondi (University of Padova - Italy), Jonna Turrill, James Coleman (University of Utah), Joel Cooper
        (University of Utah & Precision Driving Research), David Strayer (University of Utah)
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Session 2 – Lectures
Medical Issues in Driving

06   Feedback from Naturalistic Driving Improves Treatment Compliance in Drivers with Obstructive Sleep

        Jeffrey Dawson, Lixi Yu, Nazan Aksan, Jon Tippin (University of Iowa), Matthew Rizzo (University of Nebraska),
        Steven Anderson (University of Iowa)
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07   Agreement Between Physician Rating and On-Road Decision for Drivers with Multiple Sclerosis
        Hannes Devos, Maud Ranchet (Georgia Regents University), Mark Tant (Belgian Road Safety Institute - Belgium),
        Abiodun Akinwuntan (Georgia Regents University)
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08   Comorbidities in Drivers with Parkinson Disease
        Maud Ranchet (Georgia Regents University), Mark Tant (Belgian Road Safety Institute - Belgium),
        Abiodun Akinwutan, Hannes Devos (Georgia Regents University)
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Session 3 – Poster Session A

10   Investigating the Interaction between Helmet Field of View and Steering Behavior in a Novel Motorcycle

        Antoine Morice (Aix-Marseille University - France), Violaine Sevrez (Lyon 1 University - France), Rob Gray
        (Arizona State University), Gilles Montagne (Aix-Marseille University - France)
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11   Assessing the Distraction Potential of Changeable Highway Message Signs
        Vaughan Inman (Leidos), Brian Philips (US DOT Federal Highway Administration)
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12   Using Iterative Human Factors Methods to Assess Active Traffic Management Signing
        Mary Anne Jeffers (Agilex), William Perez (Leidos), Brian Philips (US DOT Federal Highway Administration)
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13   A Competence Based Exam for Prospective Driving Instructors: Construction, Validation, and Implications
        Erik Roelofs, Maria Bolsinova, Angela Verschoor (CITO National Institute for Educational Measurement -
        The Netherlands), Jan Vissers (Royal Haskoning DHV - The Netherlands)
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14   Serialization of Behavior During Car Following in Older Drivers
        Benjamin Lester, Sarah Hacker, Shaun Vecera (University of Iowa), Matthew Rizzo (University of Nebraska)
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15   The Effects of Task Load and Vehicle Heterogeneity on Performance in the Multiple-Vehicle Tracking Task
        Martin Lochner (Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization - Australia), Lana Trick
        (University of Guelph - Canada)
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16   Exploring the Driving Behavior of Youth with an Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Driver Instructor

        Veerle Ross, Ellen Jongen, Marleen Vanvuchelen, Tom Brijs, Kris Brijs, Geert Wets (Hasselt University - Belgium)
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17   Need for Revised Total Eyes-Off-Road Criterion in the NHTSA Distraction Guidelines: Track Radio-Tuning

        Richard Young (Wayne State University)
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18   Effects of Non-Verbal Communication Cues on Decisions and Confidence of Drivers at an Uncontrolled

        Satoshi Kitazaki, Nathan Myhre (University of Iowa)
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19   Comparison of Novice and Experienced Drivers Using the SEEV Model to Predict Attention Allocation at
        Intersections During Simulated Driving

        Alexander Bos, Daniele Ruscio, Nicholas Cassavaugh, Justin Lach (Central Michigan University),
        Pujitha Gunarathe (Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America), Richard Backs (Central
        Michigan University)
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20   Low Hanging Fruit: Use of Virtual Reality Driving Simulation in Department of Motor Vehicles to Assess 
        Minimal Competence of Novice Drivers

        Daniel Cox, Matthew Moncrief (University of Virginia-Charlottesville), Matthew Rizzo (University of
        Nebraska), Donald Fisher (University of Massachusetts-Amherst), Ann Lambert, Sarah Thomas, Sean Eberhart
        (University of Virginia-Charlottesville), Rick Moncrief (Mbfarr, LLC)
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21   Developing and Testing Operational Definitions for Functional and Higher Order Driving Instruction
        Johnathon Ehsani, Bruce Simons- Morton (Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and
        Human Development), Sheila Klauer (Virginia Tech Transportation Institute)
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22   Eye Glance Analysis of the Surrogate Tests for Driver Distraction
        Li Hsieh, Sean Seaman, Richard Young (Wayne State University)
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23   Linking GPS Data to GIS Databases in Naturalistic Studies: Examples from Drivers with Obstructive Sleep

        Jeffrey Dawson, Lixi Yu, Kelly Sewell, Adam Skibbe, Nazan Aksan, Jon Tippin (University of Iowa),
        Matthew Rizzo (University of Nebraska)
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Session 4 – Lectures
Younger & Older Drivers

24   Training Working Memory of Older Drivers: The Effect on Working Memory and Simulated Driving

        Ariane Cuenen, Ellen Jongen Tom Brijs, Kris Brijs (Hasselt University - Belgium), Katrijn Houben (Maastricht
        University - The Netherlands), Geert Wets (Hasselt University - Belgium)
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25   Experimental Effects of Pre-Drive Arousal on Teenage Simulated Driving Performance in the Presence of a
        Teenage Passenger

        Bruce Simons-Morton (Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health & Human Development),
        C. Raymond Bingham (University of Michigan), Kaigang Li (Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child
        Health & Human Development), Jean Shope (University of Michigan), Anuj Pradhan (Eunice Kennedy Shriver
        National Institute of Child Health & Human Development), Emily Falk (University of Pennsylvania), Paul Albert
        (Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health & Human Development)
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26   Techniques for Reducing Speeding Beyond Licensure: Young Drivers' Preferences
        Yi-Ching Lee, Aditya Belwadi, Dana Bonfiglio, Leif Malm, Molly Tiedeken (Children's Hospital of Philadelphia)
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27   The Role of Parent Feedback and Vehicle Status on Supervised Driving in the Minnesota Teen Driver Study
        Janet Creaser, Brandy Swanson, Nichole Morris (University of Minnesota)
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Session 5 – Lectures
Research Methods & Perspectives

28   Using a Video Camera-Based Method to Gather Real World High Beam Usage Data
        Stephanie Whetsel Borzendowski, Ashley Stafford Sewall, Richard Tyrrell (Clemson University)
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29   Engaging with Highly Automated Driving: To be or Not to be in the Loop?
        Tyron Louw, Natasha Merat, Hamish Jamson (University of Leeds - United Kingdom)
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30   Naturalistic Driving Events: No Harm, No Foul, No Validity
        Ronald Knipling (Safety for the Long Haul Inc.)
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31   Analysis of Drivers' Head and Eye Movement Correspondence: Predicting Drivers' Glance Location
        Using Head Rotation Data

        Mauricio Mun_oz (MIT AgeLab, New England University & University of Augsburg - Germany),
        Joonbum Lee, Bryan Reimer, Bruce Mehler (MIT AgeLab & New England University), Trent Victor
        (SAFER Vehicle and Traffic Safety Centre at Chalmers, Volvo Cars Safety Centre - Sweden)
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Distinguished Keynote Luncheon Lecture

32   The Role of Attention in Increasingly Autonomous Driving
        Dr. Trent Victor (SAFER Vehicle and Traffic Safety Centre at Chalmers & Volvo Cars Safety Centre - Sweden)
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Session 6 – Tribute to Old Friends & Their Legacy
Stephanie Binder, Cliff Nass, Raja Parasuraman

Session 7 – Poster Session B

33   The Long-Term Effectiveness of Eco-Driving Training: A Pilot Study
        Yiping Wu, Xiaohua Zhao, Jian Rong (Beijing University of Technology - China)
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34   Teenage Drivers Portable Electronic Device Use While Driving
        Johnathon Ehsani, Kaigang Li, Bruce Simons-Morton (National Institutes of Health)
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35   Too Close for Comfort: Evaluating a Reward-Based Approach to Increase Drivers' Headway
        Robert Ramkhalawansingh (University of Toronto - Canada), Lana Trick (University of Guelph - Canada)
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36   Collision Detection in Cluttered Driving Scenes
        Carissa Lemon, George Andersen (University of California, Riverside)
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37   Pilot Study of Gaze Scanning and Intersection Detection Failures by Drivers with Hemianopia
        Alex Bowers, Concetta Alberti, Alex Hwang, Robert Goldstein, Eli Peli (Schepens Eye Research Institute,
        Harvard Medical School)
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39   Novice Driver Simulation Training Potential for Improving Hazard Perception and Self-Confidence
        While Lowering Speeding Risk Attitudes for Young Males (39)
        George Park, R. Wade Allen, Theodore Rosenthal (Systems Technology, Inc.)
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40   Effect of Listening to Music as a Function of Driving Complexity: A Simulator Study on the Differing 
        Effects of Music on Different Driving Tasks
        Dong-Yuan (Debbie) Wang, Zachary Jimison, Dan Richard, Ching- Hua Chuan (University of North Florida)
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41   Commercial Driver Medical Exams: Relationships Between Body Mass Index and Comorbid Conditions
        Matthew Thiese (University of Utah), Gary Moffitt (Arkansas Occupational Health Clinic), Richard Hanowski
        (Virginia Tech Transportation Institute), Stefanos Kales (Harvard University), Richard Porter, Kurt Hegmann 
        (University of Utah)
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42   Effects of Fatigue on Real-World Driving in Diseased and Control Participants
        Nazan Aksan, Jeffrey Dawson, Jon Tippin (University of Iowa), John Lee (University of Wisconsin-Madison),
        Matthew Rizzo (University of Nebraska)
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43   Driving While Reading Using Google Glass Versus Using a Smartphone: Which is More Distracting to Driving

        Jibo He, Jake Ellis, William Choi, Pingfeng Wang (Wichita State University)
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44   A Web-Based Evaluation Tool to Predict Long Eye Glances
        Ja Young Lee, John Lee (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
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45   The Role of System Training and Exposure on Crash Warning Evaluation
        Timothy Brown, Dawn Marshall (University of Iowa), Susan Chrysler (Texas A&M University)
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46   Assessing Cognitive Distraction Using Event Related Potentials
        James Coleman, Jonna Turrill, Rachel Hopman (University of Utah), Joel Cooper (University of Utah & Precision
        Driving Research), David Strayer (University of Utah)
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Session 8 – Hybrid Presentations

47   Validation of a Cognitive Screening Battery to Predict Fitness-to-Drive in Individuals with Multiple Sclerosis:
        A Preliminary Report

        Abiodun Akinwuntan, Amanda Cornelison, Erika De La Cruz, Tionna Harris, Kallie Phillips, Hannes Devos
        (Georgia Regents University)
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48   Car-Truck Crashes in the National Motor Vehicle Crash Causation Survey
        Ronald Knipling (Safety for the Long Haul Inc.)
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49   Association Between Cell Phone Restrictions and Teens' Self-Reported Cell Phone Use While Driving
        Johnathon Ehsani, Bruce Simons-Morton, Jessamyn Perlus, Yunlong Xie, Paul Albert (Eunice Kennedy Shriver
        National Institute of Child Health and Human Development)
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50   Informative Collision Warnings: Effect of Modality and Driver Age
        Mujthaba Ahtamad, Robert Gray (University of Birmingham - United Kingdom), Cristy Ho (University of Oxford -
        United Kingdom), Nick Reed (Transport Research Laboratory - United Kingdom), Charles Spence (University of
        Oxford - United Kingdom)
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51   Effects of Take-Over Requests and Cultural Background on Automation Trust in Highly Automated Driving
        Sebastian Hergeth (BMW Group Research and Technology & Chemnitz University of Technology - Germany),
        Lutz Lorenz (BMW Group Research and Technology - Germany), Josef Krems (Chemnitz University of Technology -
        Germany), Lars Toenert (BMW China Services - China)
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52   Towards the Validation of a Driving Simulator-Based Hazard Response Test for Novice Drivers
        Pierro Hirsch (Virage Simulation - Canada), Francois Bellavance (HEC Montreal - Canada), Siavash Tahari, Jocelyn
        Faubert (Universite de Montreal - Canada)
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53   Pilot Results on Forward Collision Warning System Effectiveness in Older Drivers
        Benjamin Lester, Lauren Sager, Jeffrey Dawson, Sarah Hacker, Nazan Aksan (University of Iowa), Matthew Rizzo
        (University of Nebraska), Satoshi Kitazaki (University of Iowa)
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54   Capturing Voluntary, Involuntary, and Habitual Components of Driver Distraction in a Self-Reported

        Susana Marulanda, Huei- Yen Winnie Chen, Birsen Donmez (University of Toronto - Canada)
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55   Driver Sleepiness Assessed by Electroencephalography - Different Methods Applied to One Single Data Set
        Martin Golz, David Sommer (University of Applied Sciences Schmalkalden - Germany), Jarek Krajewski (University
        of Applied Sciences Cologne - Germany)
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56   From Few to Many: Using Copulas and Monte Carlo Simulation to Estimate Safety Consequences
        Vindhya Venkatraman, John Lee (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Chris Schwarz (University of Iowa)
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57   Do Drowsy Driver Drugs Differ?
        Timothy Brown, Andrew Spurgin, Gary Milavetz, Gary Gaffney (University of Iowa), Robin Johnson
        (Advanced Brain Monitoring)
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58   Understanding Driver-Automated Vehicle Interactions Through Wizard of Oz Design Improvisation
        Brian Ka-Jun Mok, David Sirkin, Srinath Sibi, David Bryan Miller, Wendy Ju (Stanford University)
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59   Predicting Secondary Task Involvement and Differences in Task Modality Using Field Highway Driving Data
        Alina Sinelnikova (MIT AgeLab, New England University Transportation Center & University of Augsburg -
        Germany), Joonbum Lee, Bryan Reimer, Bruce Mehler, Joseph Coughlin (MIT AgeLab & New England University
        Transportation Center)
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60   The Driver Has Control: Exploring Driving Performance with Varying Automation Capabilities
        Mishel Johns, David Miller, Annabel Sun, Shawnee Baughman, Tongda Zhang, Wendy Ju (Stanford University)
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Session 9 – Lectures
Driver Interface Issues

61   In-Vehicle Noise Alters the Perceived Meaning of Auditory Signals
        Neil Lerner, Jeremiah Singer, Daniel Kellman (Westat), Eric Traube (National Highway Traffic Safety
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62   A Secondary Assessment of the Impact of Voice Interface Turn Delays on Driver Attention and Arousal in
        Field Conditions

        Thomas McWilliams, Bryan Reimer, Bruce Mehler, Jonathan Dobres, Hale McAnulty (MIT AgeLab & New
        England University Transportation Center)
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63   The Effects of an Eco-Driving Interface on Driver Safety and Fuel Efficiency
        Daryl Hibberd, Hamish Jamson, Samantha Jamson (University of Leeds - United Kingdom)
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64   Effectiveness of a Heads-Up Adaptive Lane Deviation Warning System for Middle-Aged and Older Adults
        Nazan Aksan, Lauren Sager, Benjamin Lester, Sarah Hacker, Jeffrey Dawson, Steven Anderson (University of Iowa),
        Matthew Rizzo (University of Nebraska)
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65   The Incredible Shrinking Letter: How Font Size Affects the Legibility of Text Viewed in Brief Glances
        Jonathan Dobres, Bryan Reimer, Lauren Parikhal, Emily Wean (MIT AgeLab), Nadine Chahine (Monotype Imaging
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