The publications listed here have used the PLATO spectacles for research on (among other things) modelling automobile driving behaviour, driver distraction, etc.

Author(s) ▾ Title Location Year Categories
Akamatsu, Motoyuki; Green, Paul; Bengler, Klaus Automotive technology and human factors research: Past, present, and future (Review Article) International Journal of Vehicular Technology, Vol 2013, Article ID 526180 2013 Automobile driving behaviour, Automotive interface evaluation
Angell, L., Auflick, J., Austria, P.A., Kochhar, D., Tijerina, L., Biever, W., Diptiman, T., Hogsett, J., Kiger, S. Driver workload metrics project: Task 2 final report (CAMP) NHTSA / DOT Report HS810635 2006 Automobile driving behaviour, Automotive interface evaluation
Atakorah, Alex In-car technologies and driver distraction (How different occlusion intervals affect task performance) MA Dissertation, University of Nottingham 2003 Automobile driving behaviour, Automotive interface evaluation
Blaauw, Gerard J., Godthelp, Hans & Milgram, Paul Optimal control model applications and field measurements with respect to car driving Vehicle System Dynamics, 13, pp. 93-111, 1994 1994 Automobile driving behaviour
Blaauw, Gerard J., Godthelp, Hans & Milgram, Paul Optimal Control Model Applications and Field Measurements with Respect to Car Driving Proc. 3rd European Annual Conf. on Human Decision-Making and Manual Control, Roskilde, Denmark, pp. 1-18, May-June 1983 1983 Automobile driving behaviour
Chen, Huei-Yen Winnie & Milgram, Paul A framework for modelling and analysing variability in visual occlusion experiments Proc. 57th Annual Meeting of Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, San Diego, Sept. 30-Oct. 4, 2013. 2013 Automobile driving behaviour, Cognitive science, Visual Occlusion (General)
Chen, Huei-Yen Winnie & Milgram, Paul Determining glance duration for visual occlusion research. Proc. 55th Annual Meeting of Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, Las Vegas, Sept. 19-23, 2011 2011 Automobile driving behaviour, Cognitive science
Courage, Catherine & Milgram, Paul An investigation of attentional demand in a simulated driving environment Proc. 44th Annual Mtg of Human Factors & Ergonomics Society + International Ergonomics Association (IEA), San Diego, CA, July 2000 2000 Automobile driving behaviour
Easa, Said & Ganguly, Chandi Modeling driver visual demand on complex horizontal alignments J. of Transportation Engineering, 2005, 131: 583-590 2005 Automobile driving behaviour
Easa, Said & He, Wenlong Modeling driver visual demand on three-dimensional highway alignments J. of Transportation Engineering, 2006, 132: 357-365 2006 Automobile driving behaviour
Godthelp, Hans, Milgram, Paul & Blaauw, Gerard, J. The development of a time-related measure to describe driving strategy Human Factors, 26 (3), pp. 257-268, June 1984 1984 Automobile driving behaviour
Godthelp, Hans, Milgram, Paul & Blaauw, Gerard, J. Driving Under Temporary Visual Occlusion: An Analysis in Terms of the TLC Concept Proc. 3rd European Annual Conf. on Human Decision-Making and Manual Control, Roskilde, Denmark, pp. 1-19, May-June 1983 1983 Automobile driving behaviour
Godthelp, Hans; Blaauw, Gerard; Milgram, Paul Supervisory Behaviour in Automobile Driving: New Approaches in Modelling Vehicle Control Proc. XX Fisita Cong., Vienna, Austria, pp. 3.255-3.265, May 1984 (SAE paper 845099) 1984 Automobile driving behaviour
van der Horst, Richard Occlusion as a measure for visual workload: An overview of TNO occlusion research in car driving. Applied Ergonomics 35 (2004), 189-196. 2004 Automobile driving behaviour
Kiefer, R.J., Cassar, M.T., Flannagan, C.A., Jerome, C.J., Palmer, M.D. Surprise braking trials, time-to-collision judgments, and 'First Look' maneuvers under realistic rear-end crash scenarios NHTSA / DOT Report HS 809 902 2005 Automobile driving behaviour, Automotive interface evaluation
Kiefer, Raymond J., Flannagan, Carol A., Jerome, Christian J. Time-to-collision jjudgments under realistic driving conditions Human Factors, 48(2), 2006 2006 Automobile driving behaviour, Automotive interface evaluation
Milgram, Paul Time-locked (Transient) Heart Rate Response as an Indicator of Drivers’ Self-paced Decision-Making Proc. 1st Nordic Congress on Traffic Medicine, Linköping, Sweden, pp. 4-6, June 1982 1982 Automobile driving behaviour, Cognitive science
Milgram, Paul, Godthelp, Hans & Blaauw, Gerard An Investigation of Decision-making Criteria Adopted by Drivers while Monitoring Vehicle State in the Temporary Absence of Visual Input Proc. 2nd Europ. Annual Conf. on Human Decision-Making and Manual Control, Bonn, W. Germany, pp. 104-116, June 1982 1982 Automobile driving behaviour, Cognitive science
Noy, Y. Ian, Lemoine, Tracy L., Klachan, Christopher, Burns, Peter C. Task interruptability and duration as measures of visual distraction. Applied Ergonomics 35 (2004), 207-213 2004 Automobile driving behaviour
Perez, Miguel A., Doerzaph, Zachary R., Lee, Suzanne E., Neale, Vicki L. Rapid prototyping improves research on red-light-running behaviour Ergonomics in Design, Fall 2007, 23-27 2007 Automobile driving behaviour
Riemersma, Johannes Visual cues in straight road driving PhD Thesis, TNO Institute for Perception, Soesterberg, Netherlands 1987 Automobile driving behaviour
Tsimhoni, Omer Time-sharing of a visual in-vehicle task while driving: Findings from the task occlusion method. UMTRI report 2003-13 2003 Automobile driving behaviour
Wilber, Vann Driver Focus: A North American Perspective Alliance of Automotive Manufacturers Presentation to the ITC, Feb. 2004 1982 Automobile driving behaviour, Automotive interface evaluation