Michael A. Regan
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Driver distraction: A review of the literature
K Young, M Regan, M Hammer
Distracted driving 2007, 379-405, 2007
Driver distraction: The effects of concurrent in-vehicle tasks, road environment complexity and age on driving performance
T Horberry, J Anderson, MA Regan, TJ Triggs, J Brown
Accident Analysis & Prevention 38 (1), 185-191, 2006
Driver distraction: Theory, effects, and mitigation
MA Regan, JD Lee, K Young
CRC press, 2008
Driver distraction and driver inattention: Definition, relationship and taxonomy
MA Regan, C Hallett, CP Gordon
Accident Analysis & Prevention 43 (5), 1771-1781, 2011
Defining driver distraction
JD Lee, KL Young, MA Regan
Driver distraction: Theory, effects, and mitigation 13 (4), 31-40, 2008
The effects of text messaging on young drivers
SG Hosking, KL Young, MA Regan
Human factors 51 (4), 582-592, 2009
The possible safety benefits of enhanced road markings: a driving simulator evaluation
T Horberry, J Anderson, MA Regan
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 9 (1), 77-87, 2006
On-road evaluation of intelligent speed adaptation, following distance warning and seatbelt reminder systems: Final results of the TAG SafeCar project
MA Regan, TJ Triggs, KL Young, N Tomasevic, E Mitsopoulos, K Stephan, ...
Monash University Accident Research Centre Reports 253, 270, 2006
Autonomous vehicles: human factors issues and future research
M Cunningham, MA Regan
Proceedings of the 2015 Australasian Road safety conference 14, 2015
Public opinion about automated vehicles in Australia: Results from a large-scale national survey
ML Cunningham, MA Regan, T Horberry, K Weeratunga, V Dixit
Transportation research part A: policy and practice 129, 1-18, 2019
Measuring the effects of driver distraction: Direct driving performance methods and measures
KL Young, MA Regan, JD Lee
Driver distraction: Theory, effects and mitigation, 85-106, 2009
Division of attention: The single-channel hypothesis revisited
WH Gladstones, MA Regan, RB Lee
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 41 (1), 1-17, 1989
Understanding passenger influences on driver behaviour: Implications for road safety and recommendations for countermeasure development
MA Regan, E Mitsopoulos
Intelligent transport systems: safety and human factors issues
MA Regan, JA Oxley, ST Godley, C Tingvall
Cell phone conversing while driving in New Zealand: Prevalence, risk perception and legislation
C Hallett, A Lambert, MA Regan
Accident Analysis & Prevention 43 (3), 862-869, 2011
19 Factors Moderating the Impact of Distraction on Driving Performance and Safety
KL Young, A Michael
Driver distraction: Theory, effects, and mitigation, 335, 2008
Acceptability of in-vehicle intelligent transport systems to Victorian car drivers
MA Regan, E Mitsopoulos, N Haworth, K Young
Monash University Accident Research Centre, 2002
Driver acceptance of new technology: Theory, measurement and optimisation
T Horberry, MA Regan, A Stevens
Crc Press, 2018
Simulator-based evaluation of the DriveSmart novice driver CD-ROM training product
MA Regan, TJ Triggs, ST Godley
Proceedings of the Road safety Research, Policing and Education Conference …, 2000
What drives distraction? Distraction as a breakdown of multilevel control
JD Lee, MA Regan, KL Young
Driver distraction: Theory, effects, and mitigation, 41-56, 2008
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