• Publications
  • Influence
More new carbon in the mineral soil of a poplar plantation under Free Air Carbon Enrichment (POPFACE): Cause of increased priming effect?
[1] In order to establish suitability of forest ecosystems for long-term storage of C, it is necessary to characterize the effects of predicted increased atmospheric CO2 levels on the pools andExpand
  • 147
  • 14
Measuring Cognitive Distraction in the Automobile
Three experiments were undertaken to measure and understand cognitive distraction while driving. The experiments involved participants performing different mental tasks including: listening to theExpand
  • 174
  • 12
Brain perfusion abnormalities in drug-naive, lactate-sensitive panic patients: A SPECT study
Using single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) and 99mTc-hexamethylpropyleneamine oxime (HM-PAO), we assessed brain perfusion in seven patients with panic disorder (PD) and in fiveExpand
  • 126
  • 3
Cell-phone use diminishes self-awareness of impaired driving
Multitasking diminishes the self-awareness of performance that is often essential for self-regulation and self-knowledge. Participants drove in a simulator while either talking or not talking on aExpand
  • 31
  • 2
80 MPH and out-of-the-loop: Effects of real-world semi-automated driving on driver workload and arousal
The introduction of semi-automated driving systems is expected to mitigate the safety consequences of human error. Observational findings suggest that relinquishing control of vehicle operationalExpand
  • 8
  • 2
Advanced driver assistance systems: Using multimodal redundant warnings to enhance road safety.
This study investigated whether multimodal redundant warnings presented by advanced assistance systems reduce brake response times. Warnings presented by assistance systems are designed to assistExpand
  • 32
  • 1
Cognitive Underpinnings of Beliefs and Confidence in Beliefs about Fully Automated Vehicles
Abstract A study investigated the cognitive underpinnings of consumers’ beliefs and confidence in their beliefs about fully automated vehicles. Following previous research, opinions aboutExpand
  • 14
  • 1
Partial-autonomous Frenzy: Driving a Level-2 Vehicle on the Open Road
Partial-autonomous vehicles are among us and represent a prominent testing ground for assessing the human interaction with autonomous vehicles. One main limitation of the studies investigatingExpand
  • 4
  • 1
Cognitive Distraction Impairs Drivers' Anticipatory Glances: An On-Road Study
This study assessed the impact of cognitive distraction on drivers’ anticipatory glances. Participants drove an instrumented vehicle and executed a number of secondary tasks associated withExpand
  • 9
  • 1
Visual and Cognitive Demands of CarPlay, Android Auto, and Five Native Infotainment Systems
Objective: The present research compared and contrasted the workload associated with using in-vehicle information systems commonly available in five different automotive original equipmentExpand
  • 1
  • 1