Liberty Hoekstra-Atwood
TitleCited byYear
Self-reported engagement in driver distraction: An application of the Theory of Planned Behaviour
HYW Chen, B Donmez, L Hoekstra-Atwood, S Marulanda
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 38, 151-163, 2016
352016
Driver engagement in notifications: a comparison of visual-manual interaction between smartwatches and smartphones
WCW Giang, L Hoekstra-Atwood, B Donmez
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 58 (1 …, 2014
262014
Measuring inhibitory control in driver distraction
L Hoekstra-Atwood, HYW Chen, WCW Giang, B Donmez
Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Automotive User …, 2014
72014
Driving under Involuntary and Voluntary Distraction: Individual Differences and Effects on Driving Performance
L Hoekstra-Atwood
32015
Voluntary-and involuntary-distraction engagement: an exploratory study of individual differences
HYW Chen, L Hoekstra-Atwood, B Donmez
Human factors 60 (4), 575-588, 2018
12018
Driver Responses to Incongruent V2V and V2I Safety Critical Information in Left-Turn Across Path Scenarios
C Richard, L Hoekstra-Atwood, BH Philips, C Jerome
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 61 (1 …, 2017
12017
Simulator study of involuntary driver distraction under different perceptual loads
L Hoekstra-Atwood, HYW Chen, B Donmez
Transportation research record 2663 (1), 12-19, 2017
12017
Driving Under Involuntary Distraction and Varied Perceptual Loads
L Hoekstra-Atwood, HYW Chen, B Donmez
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 60 (1 …, 2016
12016
Benefits of Redundant Visual In-Vehicle Information in Pedestrian–Vehicle Conflict Scenarios
L Hoekstra-Atwood, C Hoover, CM Richard
Transportation Research Record, 0361198119847478, 2019
2019
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