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The Risk of a Safety-critical Event Associated with Mobile Device Subtasks in Specific Driving Contexts
Using a cell phone while driving has been associated with an increased crash risk. However, when examining the inherent subtasks, naturalistic driving studies (NDSs) have shown that safety-critical event (SCE) risk is ...
Naturalistic Driving Study: Technical Coordination and Quality Control (SHRP 2 Report S2-S06-RW-1)
(Transportation Research Board, 2015)
The Impact of Driver Inattention on Near-Crash/Crash Risk: An Analysis Using the 100-Car Naturalistic Driving Study Data
(United States. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 2006-04)
The purpose of this report was to conduct in-depth analyses of driver inattention using the driving data collected in the 100-Car Naturalistic Driving Study. An additional database of baseline epochs was reduced from the ...
Contributing Factors to Run-off-road Crashes and Near-crashes
(United States. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 2009-01)
The purpose of this investigation is to identify factors associated with run-off-road (ROR) crashes. Events from the 100-Car Naturalistic Driving Study that constituted ROR crash or near-crash events were investigated to ...