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Is Statistics giving you fits? How to think about data and statistical methods for driver behavior and safety in a changing transportation world

Carol Flannagan

1.1 Driver Monitoring I

Investigating different driver-in-the-loop strategies on driver’s eye glances and intervention behavior in partial automated driving

Nadja Schömig

Automated real-time detection of truck driver non-compliance

Alwyn Hoffman

Euro NCAP presents a 2-stage method to assess Driver State Monitoring systems as part of its 5-star consumer test programme

Adriano Palao

1.2 The Disconnected Driver

Effect of engagement with a Trivia game on driver’s sleepiness and behavioural adaptation in a partially automated vehicle

Dan Boguslavsky

Brief Online Mindfulness Training in Young Drivers: A Pilot Randomised Controlled Trial

Derek Albert

How does trust in vehicle automation effect the hand-over process? A Wizard-of-Oz study on public roads

Thomas Streubel

2.1 Driver Monitoring II

Body posture and physiological indicators for drowsiness detection in a partial automated driving

Gaëtan Perrotte

Data Augmentation via Neural-Style-Transfer for Driver Distraction Recognition

Che-tsung Lin

AutoConduct: a novel dataset for in-vehicle driver posture monitoring

Mingming Zhao

2.2 Understanding and Assessing Visual Attention

The influence of alcohol and automation on drivers’ visual behavior during test track driving

Emma Tivesten

Analysing Driver (In)Attentiveness: Towards a Cognitive Complexity Model Combining Visuospatial and Interactional Parameters

Vasiliki Kondyli

3.1 Safety and performance assessment

Key requirements and a method for measuring in-vehicle user interfaces’ distraction potential

Tuomo Kujala

Quantification of driver’s side-glance frequency and duration in straight highway driving

Pierluigi Olleja

Validation of an eyes-off-road crash causation model for virtual safety assessment

Jonas Bärgman

Strategical use of peripheral vision in driving

Christer Ahlström

Evidence accumulation modeling for the Detection Response Task when combined with the Box Task

Daniel Trommler

3.2 Drowsiness and Fatigue

What leads drivers to illicitly nap during conditionally automated driving?

Johanna Wörle

Assessment of the effectiveness of several countermeasures in reducing driver fatigue and associated risks for safety during autonomous driving

Stephanie Dabic Degrand

Who benefits from napping in automated driving? – Effects of chronotype on subjective sleep inertia

Markus Tomzig

Heart rate variability as an indicator for driver fatigue, different effects of time of day and time-on-task

Ke Lu

4.1 HMI Design and Countermeasures

I’m Sad When You’re Distracted – Effectiveness and User Experience of an Innovative Driver Monitoring System for Partially Automated Driving

Nadja Schömig

Attentional demands of using an application for real-time traffic information feedback in road operators’ vehicles

Lara Désiré

Human-machine interface designs assisting drivers of automated vehicles during transitions: evaluation from an end-user perspective

Arun Muthumani

4.2 Distraction from smart phones and other technology

Psychosocial Needs and Factors Contribute to Problematic Phone Use while Driving

Yi-ching Lee

A Systematic Review of the Effect of Texting while Driving on Driver Performance

Burcu Arslan

Managing the driver distraction risk posed by technology: Changes to Australian road laws aimed at driver behaviour

Jeremy Wolter

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