Nick Reed
Nick Reed
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A human factors perspective on automated driving
M Kyriakidis, JCF de Winter, N Stanton, T Bellet, B van Arem, K Brookhuis, ...
Theoretical issues in ergonomics science 20 (3), 223-249, 2019
Multisensory in-car warning signals for collision avoidance
C Ho, N Reed, C Spence
Human factors 49 (6), 1107-1114, 2007
Assessing the effectiveness of “intuitive” vibrotactile warning signals in preventing front-to-rear-end collisions in a driving simulator
C Ho, N Reed, C Spence
Accident Analysis & Prevention 38 (5), 988-996, 2006
Driving next to automated vehicle platoons: How do short time headways influence non-platoon drivers’ longitudinal control?
M Gouy, K Wiedemann, A Stevens, G Brunett, N Reed
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 27, 264-273, 2014
Validation of the driver behaviour questionnaire using behavioural data from an instrumented vehicle and high-fidelity driving simulator
S Helman, N Reed
Accident Analysis & Prevention 75, 245-251, 2015
The generalized optic acceleration cancellation theory of catching.
P McLeod, N Reed, Z Dienes
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 32 (1), 139, 2006
The effect of text messaging on driver behaviour: A simulator study
N Reed, R Robbins
TRL, 2008
The alcohol hangover research group consensus statement on best practice in alcohol hangover research
J C Verster, R Stephens, R Penning, D Rohsenow, J McGeary, D Levy, ...
Current drug abuse reviews 3 (2), 116-126, 2010
Fatigue and road safety: a critical analysis of recent evidence
P Jackson, C Hilditch, A Holmes, N Reed, N Merat, L Smith
Department for Transport, Road Safety Web Publication 21, 44, 2011
Implicit knowledge and motor skill: What people who know how to catch don’t know
N Reed, P McLeod, Z Dienes
Consciousness and cognition 19 (1), 63-76, 2010
How fielders arrive in time to catch the ball
P McLeod, N Reed, Z Dienes
Nature 426 (6964), 244-245, 2003
Toward a unified fielder theory: what we do not yet know about how people run to catch a ball.
P McLeod, N Reed, Z Dienes
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 27 (6 …, 2001
Driver behaviour and training
L Dorn
Routledge, 2017
Smartphone use while driving: a simulator study
D Basacik, N Reed, R Robbins
Ihs, 2011
Investigating driver distraction: the effects of video and static advertising
M Chattington, N Reed, D Basacik, A Flint, A Parkes
Transport Research Laboratory, 1-84, 2009
Ethics of connected and automated vehicles: Recommendations on road safety, privacy, fairness, explainability and responsibility
JF Bonnefon, D Černy, J Danaher, N Devillier, V Johansson, ...
European Commission, 2020
A review of in-vehicle sleepiness detection devices
NA Wright, BM Stone, TJ Horberry, N Reed
TRL Published Project Report, 2007
How soccer players head the ball: A test of optic acceleration cancellation theory with virtual reality
P McLeod, N Reed, S Gilson, A Glennerster
Vision Research 48 (13), 1479-1487, 2008
Intelligent Speed Adaptation and driving speed: Effects of different system HMI functionalities
IK Spyropoulou, MG Karlaftis, N Reed
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 24, 39-49, 2014
Modelling the impact of platooning on motorway capacity
N Harwood, N Reed
Road Transport Information and Control Conference 2014 (RTIC 2014), 1-6, 2014
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