Ben D. Sawyer

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OBJECTIVE We assess the driving distraction potential of texting with Google Glass (Glass), a mobile wearable platform capable of receiving and sending short-message-service and other messaging formats. BACKGROUND A known roadway danger, texting while driving has been targeted by legislation and widely banned. Supporters of Glass claim the head-mounted(More)
The laudable effort by Strayer and his colleagues to derive a systematic method to assess forms of cognitive distraction in the automobile is beset by the problem of nonstationary in driver response capacity. At the level of the overall goal of driving, this problem conflates actual on-road behavior; characterized by underspecified task satisficing, with(More)
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