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Vulnerable Road Users’ Safety
Distractions in Health Care
Emergency Medical Transport
Other Research Directions
Refereed archival journal publications
Ayas, S., Gordon, L., Donmez, B.*, & Grantcharov, T. (2020). The effect of intraoperative distractions on severe technical events in laparoscopic bariatric surgery. Surgical Endoscopy.
He, D., Kanaan, D., & Donmez, B.* (in press). In-vehicle displays to support driver anticipation of traffic conflicts in automated vehicles. Accident Analysis and Prevention.
Ponnambalam, C. T. & Donmez, B.* (in press). Searching for street parking: Effects on driver vehicle control, workload, physiology, and glances. Frontiers in Psychology: Performance Science.
Hansma, B. J., Marulanda, S., Chen, H. Y. W., & Donmez, B.* (in press). The role of habits in cell phone-related driver distractions. Transportation Research Record.
DeGuzman, C., Hopkins, S. A., & Donmez, B.* (2020). Driver take-over performance and monitoring behaviour with driving automation at system-limit versus system-malfunction failures. Transportation Research Record, 2674(4), 140-151.
Potvin-Bernal, J., Hansma, B. J., Donmez, B., Lockwood, P., & Shu L. H.* (2020). Influencing greater adoption of eco-driving practices using an associative graphical display. Journal of Mechanical Design, 142(3), 031117.
He, D., & Donmez, B. * (2020). The Influence of Visual-Manual Distractions on Anticipatory Driving. Human Factors.
Donmez, B.*, Merrikhpour, M., & Hoseinzadeh Nooshabadi, M. (2019). Mitigating teen driver distraction: In-vehicle feedback based on peer social norms. Human Factors.
Stahl, P., Donmez, B.*, & Jamieson, G. A. (2019). Eye glances towards conflict-relevant cues: The roles of anticipatory competence and driver experience. Accident Analysis and Prevention.
He, D., Donmez, B.*, Liu C., & Plataniotis, K. N. (2019). High cognitive load assessment in drivers through wireless electroencephalography and the validation of a modified n-back task. IEEE Transactions on Human Machine Systems, 49(4), 362-371.