• Transportation Research Board

      TRB 98th Annual Meeting

      January 13–17, 2019

    • Interactive Program

2019

Annual Meeting Event Detail




Poster Session 1234

Potpourri of Teen Driver Research

Monday 10:15 AM- 12:00 PM
Sign in to reveal location
Poster
Federico Vaca, Yale University, presiding
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Operator Education and Regulation (ANB30)

 

 



No agenda available

Title Presentation Number
Understanding Young Drivers’ Awareness of Traffic Rules in Qatar Based on Licensing Related Training and Driving Experience
Khaled Shaaban, Qatar University
Show Abstract
19-00570
Risk Perception of Cell Phone Users While Driving Among Youth in Qatar
Suliman A. Gargoum, University of Alberta
Khaled Shaaban, Qatar University
Karim El-Basyouny, University of Alberta
Show Abstract
19-00606
“Paramedics are Born Risk-Takers”: The Influence of Paramedic Identity and Sleepiness Upon the Self-Reported Risky Driving Behaviors of Paramedic University Students
Marilena Juettemeier, University of the Sunshine Coast
Bridie Scott-Parker, University of the Sunshine Coast
Show Abstract
19-00981
Linking Data from Multiple Sources to Enhance Research on Young Drivers
Yudan Wang, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Bong-Jin Choi, North Dakota State University
May Kuo, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Christopher Baggett, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Show Abstract
19-01072
Tailoring an Innovative Driver-Training Intervention for Youth with Autism
Clara Silvi, University of the Sunshine Coast
Bridie Scott-Parker, University of the Sunshine Coast
Show Abstract
19-01074
Effects of a Training Program on Driver Calibration in Attention Maintenance
James Unverricht, Old Dominion University
Yusuke Yamani, Old Dominion University
William J. Horrey, AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety
Show Abstract
19-01160
Kinematic Risky Driving Behavior among Younger and Older Drivers: Experience Matters
Bruce Simons-Morton, National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Pnina Gershon, National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Johnathon Ehsani, Johns Hopkins University
Fearghal O'Brien, National College of Ireland
Chunming Zhu, NIH
Gary Gensler, EMMES Corporation
Rob gore-Langton, EMMES Corporation
Charlie Klauer, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Thomas Dingus, VTTI
Show Abstract
19-01420
Improving young drivers’ speed estimation and management skills through concurrent feedback: A Simulator Study
Chen Chai, Tongji University
Ziyao Zhou, Tongji University
Xuesong Wang, Tongji University
Bridie Scott-Parker, University of the Sunshine Coast
Show Abstract
19-01473
Teaching drivers with autism: Perspectives of specialized driver educators
Janice M Bonsu, Ohio State University
Meghan E Carey, Children's Hospital of Phildaelphia
Rachel K Myers, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Benjamin E Yerys, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Cynthia J Mollen, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Allison Curry, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Show Abstract
19-03016
“My Practice Felt ‘Meh’ ”. Insight into Learner Driver Practice via a Logbook APP
Bridie Scott-Parker, University of the Sunshine Coast
Zachary Fitz-Walter, Eat More Pixels
Jimmy Ti, Eat More Pixels
Kiri Patton, University of Queensland
Show Abstract
19-03316
Title: Calling while driving by adolescents in 7 U.S. states: prevalence, and cellphone laws
Li Li, Ohio State University
Julie Bower, Ohio State University
Motao Zhu, Nationwide Children's Hospital
Show Abstract
19-03597
YOUNG DRIVERS’ VISUAL SEARCH BEHAVIORS IN AUTOMATED VEHICLES
Anuj Pradhan, University of Michigan, Transportation Research Institute
Heejin Jeong, University of Michigan, Transportation Research Institute
Brian Lin, University of Michigan, Transportation Research Institute
Jennifer Zakrajsek, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Lindsay Ryan, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
David Eby, University of Michigan, Transportation Research Institute
Lisa Molnar, University of Michigan, Transportation Research Institute
Show Abstract
19-03598
Cell Phone Engagement Behaviors of Newly Licensed Adolescents in a Driving Simulator Study
Catherine McDonald, University of Pennsylvania
Jamison Fargo, Utah State University
Thomas Seacrist, Center for Injury Research and Prevention at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Flaura K Winston, Center for Injury Research and Prevention at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Marilyn S Sommers, University of Pennsylvania
Show Abstract
19-03599
Adolescents’ Perspectives on Distracted Driving Legislation
Caitlin Pope, Nationwide Children's Hospital
Jessica Mirman, University of Alabama, Birmingham
Despina Stavrinos, University of Alabama, Birmingham
Show Abstract
19-03656
Understanding the Impact of Road Design Characteristics on Fatal Crash Involvement Risks Among Teen Drivers
Woon Kim, AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety
Tara Kelley-Baker, AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety
Pedro Adorno, University of Florida
Austin Svancara, University of Alabama, Birmingham
Show Abstract
19-04148
Adolescent Distracted Driving Attitudes Influenced by Experience and Individual Differences
Haley Beck, Samford University
Benjamin McManus, University of Alabama, Birmingham
Despina Stavrinos, University of Alabama, Birmingham
Show Abstract
19-04216
The Self-Reported Driving Behavior of Young Drivers in Lithuania: An Application of the Behavior of Young Novice Drivers Scale – Lithuania (BYNDS-LI)
Laura Šeibokaitė, Vytautas Magnus University
Auksė Endriulaitienė, Vytautas Magnus University
Kristina Žardeckaitė-Matulaitienė, Vytautas Magnus University
Oscar Oviedo-Trespalacios, Queensland University of Technology
Natalie Watson-Brown, University of the Sunshine Coast
Bridie Scott-Parker, University of the Sunshine Coast
Show Abstract
19-04271
Estimating the Effect of Passengers in Fatal and Non-fatal Crashes Involving Teen Drivers
Leon Villavicencio, AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety
Austin Svancara, University of Alabama, Birmingham
Woon Kim, AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety
Tara Kelley-Baker, AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety
Brian Tefft, AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety
Show Abstract
19-04311
Identifying High Risk Adolescent Drivers: Agreement between Self-Report and in-Vehicle Kinematic Event Recorders
Brandon Butcher, University of Iowa
Cara Hamann, University of Iowa
Michelle Reyes, University of Iowa
Corinne Peek-Asa, University of Iowa
Show Abstract
19-04619