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    • Does more attention improve or impair lane keeping performance 

      Choi, William; Ellis, Jake (Wichita State University. Graduate School, 2014-04-25)
      The effect of cognitive load on lane variation is inconsistent and theoretically unclear. The lateral prioritization hypothesis proposes that smaller lane deviation is due to more attention to steering control and active ...
    • Mutual interference of driving and texting performance 

      Ellis, Jake; Crandall, Joseph; Turner, Colton; Turner, Kirsten (Wichita State University. Graduate School, 2014-04-25)
      Texting while driving is a disturbingly common habit; however, the impact of texting on driving performance and effective approaches to counteract its risks are still not well understood. This study utilizes the Lane Change ...
    • Mutual interferences of driving and texting performance 

      He, Jibo; Chaparro, Alex; Wu, Xiaohui; Crandall, Joseph; Ellis, Jake (Elsevier B.V., 2015-11)
      Despite legislative and social campaigns to reduce texting while driving, drivers continue to text behind the wheel. There is abundant evidence demonstrating that texting while driving impairs driving performance. While ...
    • Which is a better in-vehicle information display? A comparison of Google Glass and smartphones 

      Wu, Xiaohui; He, Jibo; Ellis, Jake; Choi, William; Wang, Pingfeng; Peng, Kaiping (IEEE, 2016-11)
      In-vehicle information display is critical for driving safety and has been the focus of transportation and display technology research. Cellphone use, while driving is popular, leads to distraction and impairs driving ...