Dick de Waard
Cited by
Cited by
The measurement of drivers' mental workload
D De Waard
The university of Groningen, Traffic Research Centre, 1996
A simple procedure for the assessment of acceptance of advanced transport telematics
JD Van Der Laan, A Heino, D De Waard
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies 5 (1), 1-10, 1997
The effects of mobile telephoning on driving performance
KA Brookhuis, G de Vries, D De Waard
Accident Analysis & Prevention 23 (4), 309-316, 1991
The interaction between driving and in-vehicle information systems: Comparison of results from laboratory, simulator and real-world studies
J Santos, N Merat, S Mouta, K Brookhuis, D De Waard
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 8 (2), 135-146, 2005
Monitoring drivers’ mental workload in driving simulators using physiological measures
KA Brookhuis, D De Waard
Accident Analysis & Prevention 42 (3), 898-903, 2010
The use of psychophysiology to assess driver status
KA Brookhuis, D De Waard
Ergonomics 36 (9), 1099-1110, 1993
Behavioural impacts of advanced driver assistance systems–an overview
KA Brookhuis, D De Waard, WH Janssen
European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research 1 (3), 2001
Frequency, determinants, and consequences of different drivers’ emotions: An on-the-road study using self-reports,(observed) behaviour, and physiology
J Mesken, MP Hagenzieker, T Rothengatter, D De Waard
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 10 (6), 458-475, 2007
Measuring driving performance by car-following in traffic
K Brookhuis, D Waard, BEN Mulder
Ergonomics 37 (3), 427-434, 1994
Assessing driver status: a demonstration experiment on the road
D De Waard, KA Brookhuis
Accident analysis & prevention 23 (4), 297-307, 1991
Criteria for driver impairment
KA Brookhuis, D de Waard, SH Fairclough
Ergonomics, 2010
Assessment of drivers' workload: Performance and subjective and physiological indexes
KA Brookhuis, D de Waard
Stress, workload, and fatigue, 321-333, 2000
Driver behavior in an emergency situation in the Automated Highway System
D de Waard, M van der Hulst, M Hoedemaeker, KA Brookhuis
Transportation human factors 1 (1), 67-82, 1999
Effect of road layout and road environment on driving performance, drivers' physiology and road appreciation
DDE WAARD, M Jessurun, FJJM Steyvers, PTF Reggatt, KA Brookhuis
Ergonomics 38 (7), 1395-1407, 1995
Lane change manoeuvres and safety margins
W van Winsum, D De Waard, KA Brookhuis
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 2 (3), 139-149, 1999
Limiting speed, towards an intelligent speed adapter (ISA)
K Brookhuis, D de Waard
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 2 (2), 81-90, 1999
An experimental study to evaluate the effectiveness of different methods and intensities of law enforcement on driving speed on motorways
D de Waard, T Rooijers
Accident Analysis & Prevention 26 (6), 751-765, 1994
Mobile phone use while cycling: Incidence and effects on behaviour and safety
D De Waard, P Schepers, W Ormel, K Brookhuis
Ergonomics 53 (1), 30-42, 2010
A comparison of different ways to approximate time-to-line crossing (TLC) during car driving
W van Winsum, KA Brookhuis, D de Waard
Accident Analysis & Prevention 32 (1), 47-56, 2000
The influence of music on mood and performance while driving
MD Van Der Zwaag, C Dijksterhuis, D De Waard, BLJM Mulder, ...
Ergonomics 55 (1), 12-22, 2012
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20