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Victor T., Bruyas M.P., Regan M., Brusque C., Fort A. and Jallais C. (Eds.), 2018. Proceedings of the 6th Driver Distraction and Inattention conference, Gothenburg, Sweden, October 15-17, 2018 (online).

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[Authors], 2018, Title of conference paper. In : Victor T., Bruyas M.P., Regan M., Brusque C., Fort A. and Jallais C. (Eds.), 2018. Proceedings of the 6th Driver Distraction and Inattention conference, Gothenburg, Sweden, October 15-17, 2018 (online).


Session 1: Crash risk and pre-crash mechanisms

Assessing the effect of in-vehicle task interactions on attention management in safety-critical events
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Seppelt, Bobbie1; Seaman, Sean2; Angell, Linda2; Mehler, Bruce1; Reimer, Bryan1

1MIT, Center for Transportation & Logistics, Cambridge, USA; 2Touchstone Evaluations, Inc., Grosse Pointe, USA

Session 2: Effects on driving behaviour and performance

Design concept for a tactile and visual take-over request in a conditional automated vehicle during non-driving related tasks
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Mueller, Andreas Lars; Ogrizek, Markus; Bier, Lukas; Abendroth, Bettina

Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors, Department of Mechanical Engineering, TU Darmstadt, Darmstadt, Germany

Session 2: Effects on driving behaviour and performance

Change the way to manage an in-vehicle menu selection and thereby lower cognitive workload?
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Pärsch, Nikolai1; Baumann, Martin2; Engeln, Arnd3; Krauß, Lutz W.H.1

1Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, UI/UX Display & Interaction, Weissach, Germany; 2Ulm University, Institute of Psychology and Education Dept. Human, Ulm, Germany; 3Stuttgart Media University, Interaction Design and User Experience (IDUX), Stuttgart, Germany

Session 4: Moderating factors and perceptions, part 1

Digitalisation in the infotainment: Driver needs and requirements – an explorative approach
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Paetzold, Anna1; Zarife, Rami1; Wagner, Michael1; Krems, Josef F.2

1Opel Automobile GmbH, EE Core Infotainment & Program Management, Ruesselsheim am Main, Germany; 2Technische Universitat Chemnitz, Cognitive and Engineering Psychology, Chemnitz, Germany

Session 5: Factors mediating pre-crash behaviours

Pre-crash driving behaviour of individuals with and without ADHD
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Barragan, Daniela; Lee, Yi-Ching

George Mason University, Human Factors, Psychology, Fairfax, USA

Session 7: Measurement of distraction and inattention

Prevalence evaluation and self-regulation of drivers’ secondary task engagement at intersections using naturalistic driving data
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Ismaeel, Rashed; Hibberd, Daryl; Carsten, Oliver

University of Leeds, Institute for Transport Studies, Leeds, UK

Session 8: Effects on driving behaviour and performance, part 2

Stress and sleepiness in city bus drivers — an explorative study on real roads within the ADAS&ME project
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Ahlström, Christer; Anund, Anna; Håkansson Kjellman, Erik

VTI, Linköping, Sweden

Session 9: Automation and new forms of mobility, part 1

Influence of motivational aspects and interruption effort of non-driving-related tasks on driver take-over performance in conditionally automated driving
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Befelein, Dennis; Neukum, Alexandra

Universität Würzburg, IZVW, Veitshöchheim, Germany

Session 9: Automation and new forms of mobility, part 1

What were they thinking? Subjective experiences associated with automation expectation missmatch
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Gustavsson Pär; Victor Trent; Johansson Joel; Tivesten Emma; Johansson Regina; Ljung Aust Mikael

Volvo Cars, Gothenburg, Sweden

By what hubris?
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Wachtel, Jerry

The Veridian Group, Inc. Berkeley USA


Poster No 4

Under which driving contexts do drivers decide to engage in mobile phone related tasks? An analysis of European naturalistic driving data
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Morgenstern, Tina1; Naujoks, Frederik2; Krems, Josef F.1; Keinath, Andreas2

1Technische Universität Chemnitz, Cognitive & Engineering Psychology, Chemnitz, Germany; 2BMW Group, München, Germany

Poster No. 5

A preliminary simulator study to investigate the effects of digital mirror failures on drivers’ glance behaviour, situation awareness, criticality and trust
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Pampel, Sanna; Nofal, Toby; Burnett, Gary

University of Nottingham, Human Factors Research Group, Nottingham, UK

Poster no 6

Efficient monocular point-of-gaze estimation on multiple screens and 3D face tracking for driver behavior analysis
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Goenetxea, Jon1; Unzueta, Luis1; Elordi, Unai1Ortega, Juan Diego1; Otaegui, Oihana1

1Vicomtech, Intelligent transport systems and engineering, Donostia/San Sebastián, Spain; 2

Poster No 7

Working towards a meaningful transition of human control over automated driving systems
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Heikoop, Daniel1; Hagenzieker, Marjan2

1Delft University of Technology, Civil Engineering, Delft, Netherlands; 2Delft University of Technology, Stevinweg 1, Delft, Netherlands

Poster No. 16

Predictors and risk perception of using cell phone while driving among young adult drivers
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Tabuñar, Scarlett Mia

University of the Philippines-Philippine General Hospital/College of Medicine, Department of Emergency Medicine, Quezon City, Philippines

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