Fixed-base driving simulators are used for studies of in-vehicle devices (e.g., navigation systems and cell phones), driver workload, the effects of health on driving (e.g., Alzheimer\'s disease and driver age), and other topics.
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Tsang-Wei Lin, Sheue-Ling Hwang, Paul A. Green.
journal article IN: Saftey Science. Vol. 47, issue 5 (May 2009), p. 620-625.
A study was conducted to investigate the effects of time-gap settings and contents of secondary tasks on a fix-based bus driving...
Helen Fuller, Omer Tsimhoni.
IN: Sponsored by: University of Michigan Industry Affiliation Program for Human Factors in Transportation Safety.
In this study, subjects in a driving simulator followed a lead vehicle that continuously changed speed while they also performed a...
conference paper IN: Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society ... Annual Meeting. Vol. 52, no. 23 (2008), p. 1865-1869.
In traditional vehicle warning experiments, each subject sees each warning once, and warning comparisons are between subjects, a very...
S. M. Bowyer, J. E. Moran, S. Seaman, R. A. Young, John M. Sullivan, R. Farjam, N. Tepley, L. Hsieh.
We used MEG to explore the neural correlates of language processing in a simulated driving environment. Functional MRI and MEG studies...