Publications

Refereed archival journal publications 

 

  • Hoekstra-Atwood, L., Chen, H. Y. W., & Donmez, B. (2017). A simulator study of involuntary driver distraction under different perceptual loads. Transportation Research Record, 2663, xx-xx.
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  • Merrikhpour, M. & Donmez, B. (2017). Designing feedback to mitigate teen distracted driving: A social norms approach. Accident Analysis and Prevention.
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  • Giang, W. C. W., Chen, H. Y. W., & Donmez, B. (2017). Smartwatches vs. smartphones: Notification engagement while driving. International Journal of Mobile Human Computer Interaction, 9(2), 40-58.
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  • Sasangohar, F., Donmez, B., Easty, T., & Trbovich, P. (2017). Effects of nested interruptions on task resumption: A laboratory study with intensive care nurses. Human Factors.
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  • Aghaei, A.S., Donmez, B., Liu, C.C., He, D., Liu, G., Plataniotis, K.N., Chen, H.Y.W., & Sojoudi, Z. (2016). Smart driver monitoring: When signal processing meets human factors. IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, 33(6), 35-48.
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  • Stahl, P., Donmez, B., & Jamieson, G. A. (2016). Supporting anticipation in driving through attentional and interpretational in-vehicle displays. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 91, 103-113.
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  • Chen, H. Y. W. & Donmez, B. (2016). What drives technology-based distractions? A structural equation model on social-psychological factors of technology-based driver distraction engagement. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 91, 166-174.
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  • Chen, H. Y. W., Donmez, B., Hoekstra-Atwood, L., & Marulanda, S. (2016). Self-reported engagement in driver distraction: An application of the Theory of Planned Behaviour. Transportation Research Part F: Psychology and Behaviour, 38, 151-163.
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  • Sasangohar, F., Donmez, B., Easty, A. C., & Trbovich, P. L. (2015). Mitigating non-urgent interruptions during high-severity ICU tasks using a task-severity awareness tool: a quasi-controlled observational study. Journal of Critical Care, 30(5), 1150.e1-1150.e6.
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  • Sasangohar, F., Donmez, B., Easty, A. C., & Trbovich, P. L. (2015). The relationship between interruption content and interrupted task severity in intensive care nursing: an observational study. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 52(10), 1573-1581.
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  • Donmez, B. & Liu, Z. (2015). Associations of distraction involvement and age with driver injury severities. Journal of Safety Research, 52, 23-28.
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  • Marulanda, S., Chen, H. Y. W., & Donmez, B. (2015). Test-retest reliability of the susceptibility to driver distraction questionnaire (SDDQ). Transportation Research Record, 2518, 54-59.
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  • Donmez, B., Matson, Z., Savan, B., Farahani, E., Photiadis, D., & Dafoe, J. (2014). Interruption management and office norms: technology adoption lessons from a product commercialization study. International Journal of Information Management, 34, 741-750.
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  • Giang, W., Donmez, B., Ahghari, M., & MacDonald, R. D. (2014). The impact of precipitation on land interfacility transport times. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 29(6), 1-7.
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  • Merrikhpour, M., Donmez, B., & Battista, V. (2014). A field operational trial evaluating a feedback-reward system on speeding and tailgating behaviors. Transportation Research Part F: Psychology and Behaviour, 27, 56-68.
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  • Sasangohar, F., Donmez, B., Easty, T., Storey, H., & Trbovich, P. (2014). Interruptions experienced by cardiovascular intensive care unit nurses: an observational study. Journal of Critical Care. 29(5), 848-853.
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  • Stahl, P., Donmez, B., & Jamieson, G. A. (2014). Anticipation in driving: The role of experience in the efficacy of pre-event conflict cues. IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems, 44(5), 603-613.
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  • Feng, J., Marulanda, S., & Donmez, B. (2014). Susceptibility to driver distraction questionnaire (SDDQ): Development and relation to relevant self-reported measures. Transportation Research Record, 2423, 26-34.
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  • Reimer, B., Mehler, B., & Donmez, B. (2014). A study of young adults examining phone dialing while driving using a touchscreen vs. a button style flip phone. Transportation Research Part F: Psychology and Behaviour, 23, 57-68.
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  • Giang, W., Donmez, B., Fatahi, A., Ahghari, M., & MacDonald, R. D. (2014). Supporting air versus ground vehicle decisions for interfacility medical transport using historical data. IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems, 44(1), 55-65.
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  • Reimer, B., Donmez, B., Lavallière, M., Mehler, B., Coughlin, J. F., & Teasdale, N. (2013). Impact of age and cognitive demand on lane choice and changing under actual highway conditions. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 52, 125-132.
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  • Donmez, B. & Cummings, M. L. (2011). Metric selection for evaluating human supervisory control of unmanned vehicles. International Journal of Intelligent Control and Systems, Special Issue: Quantifying the Performance of Intelligent Systems, 16(2), 67-78.
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  • Cummings, M. L., Buchin, M., Carrigan, G., & Donmez, B. (2010). Supporting intelligent and trustworthy maritime path planning decisions. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 68(10), 616-626.
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  • Donmez, B., Nehme, C., & Cummings, M. L. (2010). Modeling workload impact in multiple unmanned vehicle supervisory control. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part A, 40(6), 1180-1190.
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  • Donmez, B., Boyle, L., & Lee, J. D. (2010). Differences in off-road glances: The effects on young drivers performance. ASCE Journal of Transportation Engineering, Special Issue: Applications of Advanced Technologies in Transportation, 136(5), 403-409.
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  • Donmez, B., Cummings, M. L., & Graham, H. D. (2009). Auditory decision aiding in supervisory control of multiple unmanned aerial vehicles. Human Factors, 51(5), 718-729.
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  • Neyens, D. M., Donmez, B., & Boyle, L. (2008). The Iowa graduated driver licensing program: effectiveness in reducing crashes in teenage drivers. Journal of Safety Research, 39(4), 383-390.
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  • Donmez, B., Boyle, L., & Lee, J. D. (2008). Accounting for time dependent covariates in driving simulator studies. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, 9(3), 189-199.
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  • Donmez, B., Boyle, L., & Lee, J. D. (2008). Mitigating driver distraction with retrospective and concurrent feedback. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 40, 776-786.
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  • Donmez, B., Boyle, L., & Lee, J. D. (2007). Safety implications of providing real-time feedback to distracted drivers. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 39, 581-590. (Among Top 25 Hottest Articles in Accident Analysis and Prevention, Jul-Sep 2007).
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  • Donmez, B., Boyle, L., & Lee, J. D. (2006). The impact of distraction mitigation strategies on driving performance. Human Factors, 48(4), 785-804.
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  • Donmez, B., Boyle, L., Lee, J. D., & McGehee, D. M. (2006). Drivers’ attitudes towards imperfect distraction mitigation strategies. Transportation Research Part F: Psychology and Behaviour, 9(6), 387-398. (Among Top 25 Hottest Articles in Transportation Research PartF, Jul-Dec 2006).
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Book chapters (in edited books)

 

  • Cummings, M. L. & Donmez, B. (2013). Metrics for supervisory control system evaluation. In J. D. Lee & A. Kirlik (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Engineering. Oxford University Press, New York.
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  • Donmez, B., Pina, P. E., & Cummings, M. L. (2009). Evaluation criteria for human-automation performance metrics. In R. Madhavan, E. Tunstel, & E. Messina (Eds.), Performance Evaluation and Benchmarking of Intelligent Systems. Springer, New York, pp. 21-40.
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  • Donmez, B., Boyle, L., & Lee, J. D. (2008). Designing feedback to mitigate distraction. In M. Regan, J. D. Lee, & K. Young (Eds.), Driver Distraction: Theory, Effects and Mitigation. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL., pp. 519-532.
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Conference proceedings and other non-journal articles (fully refereed)

 

  • Sokol, N., Chen, H. Y. W., & Donmez, B. (2017). Voice-controlled in-vehicle systems: Effects of voice-recognition accuracy in the presence of background noise. In Proceedings of the 9th International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training, and Vehicle Design (pp. xx-xx), Manchester Village, VT.
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  • Donmez, B., Mehler, A., Lee, J., Mehler, B., & Reimer, B. (2017). The relation between the Driver Behavior Questionnaire, demographics, and driving history. In Proceedings of the 9th International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training, and Vehicle Design (pp. xx-xx), Manchester Village, VT.
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  • Hoekstra-Atwood, L., Chen, H. Y. W., & Donmez, B. (2017). A simulator study of involuntary driver distraction under different perceptual loads. In Proceedings of the Transportation Research Board 96th Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
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  • He, D., Liu C., Donmez, B., & Plataniotis, K. (2017). Assessing high cognitive load in drivers through Electroencephalography. In Proceedings of the Transportation Research Board 96th Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
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  • Domoyer, J. E., Lee, J., Reimer, B., Seaman, S., Angell, L., Zhang, C., & Donmez, B. (2016). SHRP2 NEST Database: Exploring conditions of secondary task engagement in naturalistic trip data. In Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications, Ann Arbor, MI.
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  • Giang, W. C. W., Hui, L., Donmez, B., Ahghari, M., & MacDonald, R. D. (2016). Dispatch decision making in an air medical transport system. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 60th Annual Meeting (pp. 259-263), Washington, DC.
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  • Xie, J., Chen, H. Y. W., & Donmez, B. (2016). Gaming to safety: Feedback gamification for mitigating driver distraction. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 60th Annual Meeting (pp. 1884-1888), Washington, DC. Surface Transportation Technical Group Best Student Paper Award.
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  • Hoekstra-Atwood, L., Chen, H. Y. W., & Donmez, B. (2016). Driving under involuntary distraction and varied perceptual load. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 60th Annual Meeting (pp. 1869-1873), Washington, DC.
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  • Merrikhpour, M. & Donmez, B. (2016). Towards mitigating teenagers’ distracted driving behaviors: Comparison of real-time and post-drive feedback in a simulator study. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 60th Annual Meeting (pp. 1879-1883), Washington, DC.
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  • Merrikhpour, M. & Donmez, B. (2016). Social norms and teenage driver distractions. In Proceedings of the 26th Canadian Association of Road Safety Professionals Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Student Paper Competition, Honorable Mention.
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  • Seecharan, T. S., Donmez, B., Chen, H. Y. W., & Jardine, A. K. S. (2015). Simulator-based eco-drive training for fleet drivers. In Proceedings of the 10th World Congress on Engineering Asset Management, Tampere, Finland.
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  • Giang, W. C. W., Shanti, I., Chen, H. Y. W., Zhou, A., & Donmez, B. (2015). Smartwatches vs. smartphones: A preliminary report of driver behavior and perceived risk while responding to notifications. In Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications, Nottingham, UK.
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  • Giang, W. C. W., Donmez, B., Zakir, A., Ahghari, M., & MacDonald, R. D. (2015). Supporting dispatch decisions in interfacility medical transfers: Understanding the roles of uncertainty and reliability. In Proceedings of the International Symposium on Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare (pp. 174-178), Baltimore, MD.
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  • Giang, W. C. W. & Donmez, B. (2015). Interpreting visualizations of historical variability for estimating future events. In Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Naturalistic Decision Making, McLean, VA.
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  • Marulanda, S., Chen, H. Y. W., & Donmez, B. (2015). Test-retest reliability of the susceptibility to driver distraction questionnaire (SDDQ). In Proceedings of the Transportation Research Board 94th Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.
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  • Marulanda, S., Chen, H. Y. W., & Donmez, B. (2015). Capturing voluntary, involuntary, and habitual components of driver distraction in a self-reported questionnaire. In Proceedings of the 8th International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training, and Vehicle Design (pp. 358-364), Salt Lake City, UT.
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  • Stahl, P., Donmez, B., & Jamieson, G. A. (2014). Correlations among self-reported driving characteristics and simulated driving performance measures. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 58th Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
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  • Giang, W. C. W., Hoekstra-Atwood, L., & Donmez, B. (2014). Driver engagement in notifications: A comparison of visual manual interaction between smartwatches and smartphones. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 58th Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
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  • D’Addario, P., Donmez, B., & Ising, K. (2014). EMG provides an earlier glimpse into the effects of cognitive distraction on brake motor response. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 58th Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
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  • Stahl, P., Donmez, B., & Jamieson, G. A. (2014). A model of anticipation in driving – processing pre-event cues for upcoming conflicts. In Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications, Seattle, WA.
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  • Hoekstra-Atwood, L., Chen, H. Y. W., Giang, W. C. W., & Donmez, B. (2014). Measuring inhibitory control in driver distraction. In Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications, Seattle, WA.
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  • Feng, J., Marulanda, S., & Donmez, B. (2014). Susceptibility to driver distraction questionnaire (SDDQ): Development and relation to relevant self-reported measures. In Proceedings of the Transportation Research Board 93rd Annual Meeting (14-3009), Washington, D.C.
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  • Merrikhpour, M., Donmez, B., Wang, C-B., Hayes, B., & Grush, B. (2013). Associations between drivers’ safety records and driving styles: A naturalistic study. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 57th Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.
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  • Sasangohar, F., Scott, S., & Donmez, B. (2013). Interruption recovery in time-critical supervisory control: A literature review. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 57th Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.
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  • Feng, J., & Donmez, B. (2013). Design of effective feedback: understanding driver, feedback, and their interaction. In Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training, and Vehicle Design, Bolton Landing, NY.
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  • Matheson, A., Donmez, B., Rehmatullah, F., Jasiobedzki, P., Ng, H. K., Panwar, V., & Li, M. (2013). The effects of predictive displays on performance in driving tasks with multi-second latency: aiding tele-operation of lunar rovers. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 57th Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.
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  • Matheson, A., Donmez, B., Ansari, F., & Ahmed, S. (2013). The impact of single-operator versus team tele-operation of a search vehicle. In Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Manchester, UK.
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  • Stahl, P., Donmez, B., & Jamieson, G. A. (2013). Anticipatory driving competence – motivation, definition, & modeling. In Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications, Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
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  • Merrikhpour, M., Donmez, B., & Battista, V. (2012). Effects of a feedback/reward system on headway maintenance. In Proceedings of the Canadian Multidisciplinary Road Safety Conference, Banff, AB.
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  • Merrikhpour, M., Donmez, B., & Battista, V. (2012). Effects of a feedback/reward system on speed compliance rates and the degree of speeding during noncompliance. In Proceedings of the Transportation Research Board 91st Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C
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  • Fatahi, A., Donmez, B., Ahghari, M., & MacDonald, R. D. (2012). Air versus ground vehicle decisions for interfacility air medical transport. In Proceedings of the Industrial and Systems Engineering Research Conference, Orlando, FL.
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  • Reimer, B., Mehler, B., Donmez, B., Pala, S., Wang, Y., Zhao, N., Olson, K., Wenzel, J., & Coughlin, J. (2012). A driving simulator study examining phone dialing with an iPhone vs. a button style flip phone. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 56th Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.
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  • Sasangohar, F., Donmez, B., Trbovich, P., & Easty, T. (2012). Not all interruptions are created equal: positive interruptions in healthcare. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 56th Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.
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  • Matson, Z., Donmez, B., Savan, B., Photiadis, D., Farahani, E., & Dafoe, J. (2012). Social drivers of technology adoption and use in the workplace productivity context. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 56th Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.
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  • Stahl, P., Donmez, B., & Jamieson, G. A. (2012). Analysis of the interaction between human and automated dispatch in haul truck scheduling. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 56th Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.
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  • Lavallière, M., Donmez, B., Reimer, B., Mehler, B., Coughlin, J. F., Klauber, K., & Teasdale, N. (2011). A field study assessing lane changing and lane choice across age and multiple levels of cognitive demand. In Proceedings of the Transportation Research Board 90th Annual Meeting (11-1604), Washington, D.C.
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  • Liu, Z. & Donmez, B. (2011). Effects of distraction on injury severity in police-involved crashes. In Proceedings of the Transportation Research Board 90th Annual Meeting (11-3591), Washington, D.C.
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  • Donmez, B., Reimer, B., Mehler, B., Lavallière, M., & Coughlin, J. F. (2011). Impact of age and cognitive demand on turn signal use during lane changes in actual highway conditions. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 55th Annual Meeting (pp. 1874-1878), Las Vegas, NV.
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  • Stahl, P., Donmez, B., & Jamieson, G. A. (2011). A field study of haul truck operations in open pit mines. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 55th Annual Meeting (pp. 1845-1849), Las Vegas, NV.
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  • Donmez, B. & Cummings, M. L. (2010). Metric selection for evaluating human supervisory control of unmanned vehicle. In Proceedings of the Performance Metrics for Intelligent Systems Workshop, Baltimore, MD. (Recommended for publication in International Journal of Intelligent Control and Systems).
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  • Donmez, B., Cummings, M. L., Brzezinski, A. S., & Graham, H. D. (2010). Modified Cooper Harper Scales for assessing unmanned vehicle displays. In Proceedings of the Performance Metrics for Intelligent Systems Workshop, Baltimore, MD.
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  • Lavallière, M., Donmez, B., Reimer, B., Mehler, B., Klauber, K., Orszulak, J., Coughlin, J. F., & Teasdale, N. (2010). Effects of age and cognitive workload on lane choice and lane changing behavior. In Proceedings of the Canadian Multidisciplinary Road Safety Conference, Niagara Falls, ON. (Dr. Charles H. Miller best technical paper award).
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  • Boussemart, Y., Donmez, B., Cummings, M. L., & Las Fargeas, J. (2009). Effects of time pressure on the use of an automated decision support system for strike planning. In Proceedings of the 15th International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, Dayton, OH.
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  • Donmez, B., Pina, P. E., & Cummings, M. L. (2008). Evaluation criteria for human-automation performance metrics. In Proceedings of the Performance Metrics for Intelligent Systems Workshop, Gaithersburg, MD.
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  • Donmez, B., Boyle, L., & Lee, J. D. (2008). Associations between trust and perceived usefulness as drivers adapt to safety systems. In Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Applications of Advanced Technologies in Transportation, Athens, Greece.
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  • Donmez, B., Boyle, L., & Lee, J. D. (2008). Differences in off-road glances: The effects on young drivers’ performance. In Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Applications of Advanced Technologies in Transportation, Athens, Greece. (Recommended for publication in ASCE Journal of Transportation Engineering).
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  • Donmez, B., Boyle, L., & Lee, J. D. (2006). Driving simulator experiments: Issues in power and sample size. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 50th Annual Meeting (pp. 2336-2339), San Francisco, CA.
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  • Donmez, B., Boyle, L., Lee, J. D., & McGehee, D. M. (2005). Driver acceptance of distraction mitigation strategies: Focus group and simulator studies. In Proceedings of the Transportation Research Board 84th Annual Meeting (05-1740), Washington, D.C.
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  • Donmez, B., Boyle, L., & Lee, J. D. (2003). Taxonomy of mitigation strategies for driver distraction. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 47th Annual Meeting (pp. 1865-1869). Denver, CO.
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Technical reports

  • Donmez, B., Chen, H. Y. W., & Risteska, M. (2017). Naturalistic Engagement in Secondary Tasks (NEST): Driver Behavior and Secondary Task Engagement in Crashes and Near-Crashes. (HFASt2017-01), University of Toronto Human Factors and Applied Statistics Laboratory. Technical report submitted to Toyota Collaborative Safety Research Center.
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  • Chen, H. Y. W., Donmez, B., & Chung, I. (2016). Designing feedback to induce safer driving behaviors: A naturalistic study of feedback characteristics and speed limit compliance behaviour in automobile driving. (HFASt2016-01), University of Toronto Human Factors and Applied Statistics Laboratory. Technical report submitted to Toyota Collaborative Safety Research Center.
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  • Merrikhpour, M. & Donmez, B. (2016). Designing feedback to mitigate teen distracted driving behaviour: A social norms approach. (HFASt2016-02), University of Toronto Human Factors and Applied Statistics Laboratory. Technical report submitted to Toyota Collaborative Safety Research Center.
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  • Chen, H. Y. W., Donmez, B., Feng, J., & Marulanda, S. (2016). The Susceptibility to Driver Distraction Questionnaire. (HFASt2016-03), University of Toronto Human Factors and Applied Statistics Laboratory. Technical report submitted to Toyota Collaborative Safety Research Center.
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  • Marulanda, S., Hoesktra-Atwood, L., Chen, H. Y. W., & Donmez, B. (2015). Revisions to and further validation of the susceptibility to driver distraction questionnaire and the effects of involuntary distraction on driving performance. (HFASt2015-01), University of Toronto Human Factors and Applied Statistics Laboratory. Technical report submitted to Toyota Collaborative Safety Research Center.
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  • Xie, J., Chen, H. Y. W., & Donmez, B. (2015). Designing feedback to induce safer driving behaviors: The influence of feedback timing and motivation on driving performance and distraction engagement. (HFASt2015-02), University of Toronto Human Factors and Applied Statistics Laboratory. Technical report submitted to Toyota Collaborative Safety Research Center.
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  • Merrikhpour, M. & Donmez, B. (2015). Interim Report. Designing feedback to mitigate teen distracted driving behaviour: A social norms approach. (HFASt2015-03), University of Toronto Human Factors and Applied Statistics Laboratory. Technical report submitted to Toyota Collaborative Safety Research Center.
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  • Chen, H. Y. W., Donmez, B., Chung, I., & Vargas, E. (2015). Interim Report. Designing feedback to induce safer driving behaviors: A naturalistic study of feedback characteristics and speed limit compliance behaviour in automobile driving. (HFASt2015-04), University of Toronto Human Factors and Applied Statistics Laboratory. Technical report submitted to Toyota Collaborative Safety Research Center.
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  • Chen, H. Y. W., Marulanda, S., Hoesktra-Atwood, L., Donmez, B., & Giang, W. C. W. (2014). Designing feedback to induce safer driving behaviors: A laboratory study of driver characteristics and susceptibility to driver distractions. (HFASt2014-01), University of Toronto Human Factors and Applied Statistics Laboratory. Technical report submitted to Toyota Collaborative Safety Research Center.
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  • Feng, J. & Donmez, B. (2013). Designing feedback to induce safer driving behaviors: A literature review and a model of driver-feedback interaction. (HFASt2013-01), University of Toronto Human Factors and Applied Statistics Laboratory. Technical report submitted to Toyota Collaborative Safety Research Center.
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Theses and dissertations

  • Xie, J. (2016). Gaming to safety: The design and evaluation of feedback gamification for mitigating driver distraction (MASc Thesis). University of Toron
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  • Stahl, P. (2015). Defining, investigating, and supporting anticipatory driving: A systematic investigation of the competence to predict traffic (PhD Dissertation). University of Toronto.
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  • Sasangohar, F. (2015). Understanding and mitigating the interruptions experienced by intensive care unit nurses (PhD Dissertation). University of Toronto.
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  • Marulanda, S. (2015). Validation and refinement of the Susceptibility to Driver Distraction Questionnaire (SDDQ): A measure of voluntary, involuntary, and habitual components of driver distraction (MASc Thesis). University of Toronto.
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  • Hoekstra-Atwood, L. (2015). Driving under involuntary and voluntary distraction: Individual differences and effects on driving performance (MASc Thesis). University of Toronto.
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  • D’Addario, P. (2014). Perception-response time to emergency roadway hazards and the effect of cognitive distraction (MASc Thesis). University of Toronto.
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  • Fatahi, A. (2013). Air versus land vehicle decisions for interfacility air medical transport (MASc Thesis). University of Toronto.
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  • Merrikhpour, M. (2013). Effects of a feedback-reward system on speeding and tailgating behaviours (MASc Thesis). University of Toronto.
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  • Matheson, A. (2013). Auditory interface design to support rover tele-operation in the presence of background speech: Evaluating the effects of sonification, reference level sonification, and sonification transfer function (MASc Thesis). University of Toronto.
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  • Liu, Z. (2012). The effects of distractions and driver’s age on the type of crash and the injury severity sustained by occupants involved in a crash (MASc Thesis). University of Toronto.
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