Mueller A.S., Cicchino J.B., Singer J., and Jenness J.W. (2020).

Effects of training and display content on Level 2 driving automation interface usability.

Kidd D.G. and Singer J. (2019).

Consumer acceptance of enhanced seat belt reminders, a gearshift interlock, or different speed-limiting interlocks to encourage seat belt use following a brief hands-on experience.

Kidd D.G. and Singer J. (2019).

The effects of persistent audible seat belt reminders and a speed-limiting interlock on the seat belt use of drivers who do not always use a seat belt.

Jenness J., Lenneman J., Benedick A., Huey R., Jaffe J., Singer J., and Yahoodik S. (2019).

Spaceship, guardian, coach: Drivers' mental models of advanced vehicle technology.

Portouli E., Nathanael D., Amditis A., Lee Y.M., Merat N., Uttley J., Giles O., Markkula G., Dietrich A., Schieben A., and Jenness J. (2019).

Methodologies to understand the road user needs when interacting with automated vehicles.

Miller E.E., Boyle L.N., Jenness J.W., and Lee J.D. (2018).

Voice control tasks on cognitive workload and driving performance: Implications of modality, difficulty, and duration.

Robinson E., Barragan D., Dembowski D., Szymkowski T., Miller S., Golembiewski G., and Ferezan S. (2018).

Human factors guidelines for Transportation Management Centers.

Kidd D.G., Singer J., Huey R., and Kerfoot L. (2018).

The effect of a gearshift interlock on seat belt use by drivers who do not always use a belt and its acceptance among those who do.

Giangrande M., Brick J.M., Morganstein D., and Lewis K. (2018).

Virtual listing: GIS approaches to improve survey listing efficiency.

Robinson E., Lubar E., Singer J., Kellman D., Katz B., and Kuznicki S. (2018).

State of the practice for traveler information during nonrecurring events.

Robinson E., Lerner N., Singer J., Barragan D., Kulbicki K., Kline J., and Kellman D. (2017).

Travel time displays at freeway entrance approaches.

Robinson E., Motamed M., Newton D., Olyai K., and Bedsole L.K. (2017).

Elements of business rules and decision support systems within integrated corridor management: Understanding the intersection of these three components.

Krenzke T., Li J., and McKenna L. (2017).

Producing multiple tables for small areas with confidentiality protection.

Chang C.-C., Boyle L.N., Lee J.D., and Jenness J.W. (2017).

Using tactile detection response tasks to assess in-vehicle voice control interactions.

Tourangeau R., English E., McConnell K.E., Chapman D., Cervantes I., Horsch E., Meade N., Domanski A., and Welsh M. (2017).

The Gulf Recreation Study: Assessing lost recreational trips from the 2010 Gulf oil spill.

Hernandez-Stumpfhauser D., Breidt F.J., and Opsomer J.D. (2016).

Hierarchical Bayesian small area estimation for circular data.

Law C., Adler T., and Killen J. (2016).

Discussing complementary or alternative health approaches with travelers.

Singer J., Lerner N., Baldwin C., and Traube E. (2015).

Auditory alerts in vehicles: Effects of alert characteristics and ambient noise conditions on perceived meaning and detectability.

Wu J., Chang C.-C., Boyle L.N., and Jenness J.W. (2015).

Impact of in-vehicle voice control systems on driver distraction: Insights from contextual interviews.

Lerner N., Singer J., Kellman D., and Traube E. (2015).

In-vehicle noise alters the perceived meaning of auditory signals.

Wolf J., Simas M.G., Auld J., Mohammadian A., and Bachman W. (2015).

Demographic characterization of anonymous trace travel data.

Miller H.J., Tribby C.P., Brown B.B., Smith K.R., Werner C.M., Wolf J., Wilson L., and Simas M.G. (2015).

Public transit generates new physical activity: Evidence from individual GPS and accelerometer data before and after light rail construction in a neighborhood of Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.

Simas M. G., Vovsha P., Wolf J., and Mitchell M. (2014).

Evaluation of two methods for identifying trip purpose in GPS-based household travel surveys.

Ferguson S.A., Jenness J.W., and Young K.L. (2014).

Engaged Driving Symposium (special issue editors).

Lerner N., Robinson E., Singer J., Jenness J.W., Huey R., Baldwin C., and Fitch G. (2014).

Human factors for connected vehicles: Effective warning interface research findings.

Levi S., Kislev S., Golan E., and Tal S. (2014).

Increasing child passenger safety via a national action plan.

Das B., Sugawara Y., Jiao R., and Green J. (2014).

Multivariate sample design optimization for NHTSA’s new National Automotive Sampling System.

Miller N., Sizov N., Mullins C.D., and Cantor D. (2014).

New research on community reaction to aircraft noise in the United States.

De Leonardis D., Robinson E., Huey R., and Atkins R. (2014).

Threshold effects of speed-monitoring devices on the speeding behavior of drivers.

Vovsha P., Simas M.G., Davidson W., Chu C., Farley R., Mitchell M., and Vyas G. (2014).

Statistical analysis of transit user preferences including in-vehicle crowding and service reliability.

Jiao R., Sugawara Y., Rozsi M., Lohr S., Green J., and Cecere W. (2014).

Estimating population and design parameters for NHTSA's new National Automotive Sampling System (NASS).

Rozsi M., Cecere W., Lohr S., and Green J. (2014).

Creating a flexible and scalable PSU sample for NHTSA's redesign of the National Automotive Sampling System.

Cecere W., Jiao R., Rozsi M., Severynse J.A., Lohr S., and Green J. (2014).

Composite measure of size evaluation and primary sampling unit formation for NHTSA’s Redesign of the National Automotive Sampling System.

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