Human Factors & Applied Statistics
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Vulnerable Road Users’ Safety
Distractions in Health Care
Emergency Medical Transport
Other Research Directions
Theses and dissertations
Sasangohar, F. (2015). Understanding and mitigating the interruptions experienced by intensive care unit nurses (PhD Dissertation). University of Toronto.
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.
Hoekstra-Atwood, L. (2015). Driving under involuntary and voluntary distraction: Individual differences and effects on driving performance (MASc Thesis). University of Toronto.
D’Addario, P. (2014). Perception-response time to emergency roadway hazards and the effect of cognitive distraction (MASc Thesis). University of Toronto.
Fatahi, A. (2013). Air versus land vehicle decisions for interfacility air medical transport (MASc Thesis). University of Toronto.
Merrikhpour, M. (2013). Effects of a feedback-reward system on speeding and tailgating behaviours (MASc Thesis). University of Toronto.
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.
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.