Joel Cooper
Joel Cooper
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Text messaging during simulated driving
FA Drews, H Yazdani, CN Godfrey, JM Cooper, DL Strayer
Human factors 51 (5), 762-770, 2009
5012009
Measuring cognitive distraction in the automobile
DL Strayer, JM Cooper, J Turrill, J Coleman, N Medeiros-Ward, F Biondi
1982013
Assessing cognitive distraction in the automobile
DL Strayer, J Turrill, JM Cooper, JR Coleman, N Medeiros-Ward, F Biondi
Human factors 57 (8), 1300-1324, 2015
1592015
Effects of simulator practice and real-world experience on cell-phone—related driver distraction
JM Cooper, DL Strayer
Human Factors 50 (6), 893-902, 2008
1062008
An investigation of driver distraction near the tipping point of traffic flow stability
JM Cooper, I Vladisavljevic, N Medeiros-Ward, PT Martin, DL Strayer
Human factors 51 (2), 261-268, 2009
1022009
The smartphone and the driver’s cognitive workload: A comparison of Apple, Google, and Microsoft’s intelligent personal assistants.
DL Strayer, JM Cooper, J Turrill, JR Coleman, RJ Hopman
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 2017
972017
The impact of eye movements and cognitive workload on lateral position variability in driving
JM Cooper, N Medeiros-Ward, DL Strayer
Human factors 55 (5), 1001-1014, 2013
842013
Measuring cognitive distraction in the automobile II: Assessing in-vehicle voice-based interactive technologies
DL Strayer, J Turrill, JR Coleman, EV Ortiz, JM Cooper
822014
What do drivers fail to see when conversing on a cell phone?
DL Strayer, JM Cooper, FA Drews
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 48 …, 2004
752004
Hierarchical control and driving.
N Medeiros-Ward, JM Cooper, DL Strayer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 143 (3), 953, 2014
622014
Measuring cognitive distraction in the automobile III: A comparison of ten 2015 in-vehicle information systems
DL Strayer, JM Cooper, J Turrill, JR Coleman, RJ Hopman
502015
Cognitive underpinnings of beliefs and confidence in beliefs about fully automated vehicles
DM Sanbonmatsu, DL Strayer, Z Yu, F Biondi, JM Cooper
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 55, 114-122, 2018
422018
Mental workload of common voice-based vehicle interactions across six different vehicle systems
JM Cooper, H Ingebretsen, DL Strayer
352014
Talking to your car can drive you to distraction
DL Strayer, JM Cooper, J Turrill, JR Coleman, RJ Hopman
Cognitive research: principles and implications 1 (1), 1-17, 2016
332016
The effects of reading and writing text-based messages while driving
CE Yager, JM Cooper, ST Chrysler
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 56 (1 …, 2012
332012
Visual and cognitive demands of using in-vehicle infotainment systems
DL Strayer, JM Cooper, RM Goethe, MM McCarty, D Getty, F Biondi
262017
80 MPH and out-of-the-loop: Effects of real-world semi-automated driving on driver workload and arousal
FN Biondi, M Lohani, R Hopman, S Mills, JM Cooper, DL Strayer
Proceedings of the human factors and ergonomics society annual meeting 62 (1 …, 2018
232018
Driven to distraction
DL Strayer, JM Cooper
Human factors 57 (8), 1343-1347, 2015
212015
An investigation of the effects of reading and writing text-based messages while driving.
J Cooper, C Yager, ST Chrysler
Southwest Region University Transportation Center (US), 2012
202012
Bypassing the bottleneck: The advantage of fingertip shear feedback for navigational cues
N Medeiros-Ward, JM Cooper, AJ Doxon, DL Strayer, WR Provancher
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 54 …, 2010
202010
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