Jason K Kumagai

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A study was conducted to assess usability issues relating to child restraint system (CRS) harness design. Four convertible child restraint systems representing a wide variety of design features were used. Forty-two participants installed two child test dummies in both forward- and rear-facing configurations either inside or outside a test vehicle.(More)
OBJECTIVE The present study was designed to assess LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for CHildren) usability in both cars and school buses. Despite being designed to make child restraint system (CRS) installation in vehicles easier and with fewer opportunities for misuse, there have been reports that LATCH is not as easy to use, or as effective, as hoped. To(More)
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