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Are driving simulators effective tools for evaluating novice drivers’ hazard anticipation, speed management, and attention maintenance skills? Transportation Research: Part F. 13(5):343–353.. 2010.
Backing acceleration and response time to an audible warning in a field test. Transportation Research Board 89th Annual Meeting.. 2010.
Backing collisions: a study of drivers' eye and backing behaviour using combined rear-view camera and sensor systems. Injury Prevention. 16(2):79-84.. 2010.
Do advance yield markings increase safe driver behaviors at unsignalized, marked midblock crosswalks? Driving simulator study Transportation Research Record. 2264:27-33.. 2012.
Driving without a clue: Evaluation of driver simulator performance during hands-free cell phone operation in a work zone. Transportation Research Record. 2018:9-14.. 2007.
Effect of advance yield markings and symbolic signs on vehicle-pedestrian conflicts: Field evaluation. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board. 2393:139-146.. 2013.
Empirical evaluation of hazard anticipation behaviors in the field and on driving simulator using eye tracker. Transportation Research Record. 2018:80-86.. 2007.
Evaluating effect of two allowable permissive left-turn indications. Transportation Research Record. 2018:53-62.. 2007.
Evaluation of different speech and touch interfaces to in-vehicle music retrieval systems. Accident Analysis & Prevention. 42(3):913-920.. 2010.