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Language processes during overt and covert speech in a simulated driving task
We used MEG to explore the neural correlates of language processing in a simulated driving environment. Functional MRI and MEG studies require subjects to remain still and not move their mouths, unlike real on-road driving conditions. MEG was used to identify the cortical regions engaged in...
Age-related differences in visual scanning at median-divided highway intersections in rural areas
The objective of this study was to examine age-related differences in visual scanning as drivers performed three separate maneuvers (going straight across, making a left and right turn) at two median-divided highway intersections with different crash frequencies. An on-road study was conducted with...
In-vehicle video and motion sickness
This study consisted of a brief literature review of motion sickness and a paper-andpencil survey that focused on the frequency and severity of motion sickness of respondents- past experiences while viewing video in a moving vehicle. Also included in the survey were questions related to the...
Automotive technology and human factors research : past, present, and future
This paper reviews the history of automotive technology development and human factors research, largely by decade, since the inception of the automobile. The human factors aspects were classified into primary driving task aspects (controls, displays, and visibility), driver workspace (seating and...