Josh Domeyer
Josh Domeyer
Toyota Collaborative Safety Research Center
Verified email at toyota.com
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The use of adaptation to reduce simulator sickness in driving assessment and research
JE Domeyer, ND Cassavaugh, RW Backs
Accident Analysis & Prevention 53, 127-132, 2013
852013
Towards operationalizing driver distraction
JP Foley, R Young, L Angell, JE Domeyer
Driving Assessment 2013, 2013
342013
Driver and vehicle monitoring feedback system for an autonomous vehicle
Y Hiei, R Sherony, TB Sayer, JE Domeyer, J Marcoux, MJ Johnson
US Patent App. 15/335,533, 2018
302018
Situation awareness, scenarios, and secondary tasks: measuring driver performance and safety margins in highly automated vehicles
M Gibson, J Lee, V Venkatraman, M Price, J Lewis, O Montgomery, ...
SAE International Journal of Connected and Automated Vehicles 1 (2016-01 …, 2016
242016
Developing a test to measure distraction potential of in-vehicle information system tasks in production vehicles
TA Ranney, GH Baldwin, E Parmer, J Domeyer, J Martin, EN Mazzae
202011
Vehicle automation–other road user communication and coordination: theory and mechanisms
JE Domeyer, JD Lee, H Toyoda
IEEE Access 8, 19860-19872, 2020
172020
Proxemics and kinesics in automated vehicle–pedestrian communication: Representing ethnographic observations
J Domeyer, A Dinparastdjadid, JD Lee, G Douglas, A Alsaid, M Price
Transportation research record 2673 (10), 70-81, 2019
172019
Assessing drivers’ trust of automated vehicle driving styles with a two-part mixed model of intervention tendency and magnitude
JD Lee, SY Liu, J Domeyer, A DinparastDjadid
Human factors, 0018720819880363, 2019
122019
Lessons learned regarding simulator sickness in older adult drivers
ND Cassavaugh, JE Domeyer, RW Backs
International Conference on Universal Access in Human-Computer Interaction …, 2011
122011
Eye contact between pedestrians and drivers
D AlAdawy, M Glazer, J Terwilliger, H Schmidt, J Domeyer, B Mehler, ...
Driving Assessment 2019, 2019
112019
Autonomous vehicle operation at multi-stop intersections
H Toyoda, J Domeyer
US Patent 10,005,464, 2018
72018
Designing for the extremes: Modeling drivers’ response time to take back control from automation using Bayesian quantile regression
A DinparastDjadid, JD Lee, J Domeyer, C Schwarz, TL Brown, ...
Human factors 63 (3), 519-530, 2021
62021
Effect of vehicle control algorithms on eye behavior in highly automated vehicles
M Price, J Lee, A Dinparastdjadid, H Toyoda, J Domeyer
Fourth International Symposium on Future Active Safety Technology, Nara, Japan, 2017
62017
The effect of age on decision making during unprotected turns across oncoming traffic
ND Cassavaugh, JE Domeyer, RW Backs
Proceedings of the... international driving symposium on human factors in …, 2009
62009
Effect of automation instructions and vehicle control algorithms on eye behavior in highly automated vehicles
M Price, J Lee, A DinparastDjadid, H Toyoda, J Domeyer
International journal of automotive engineering 10 (1), 73-79, 2019
52019
SHRP2 NEST database: Exploring conditions of secondary task engagement in naturalistic trip data
JE Domeyer, S Seaman, L Angell, J Lee, B Reimer, C Zhang, B Donmez
Adjunct Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Automotive User …, 2016
52016
Using occlusion to measure the effects of the NHTSA participant criteria on driver distraction testing
JE Domeyer, T Diptiman, H Hamada
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 58 (1 …, 2014
52014
Front vehicle stopping indicator
JE Domeyer, H Toyoda
US Patent 9,776,631, 2017
42017
Dynamics of pedestrian crossing decisions based on vehicle trajectories in large-scale simulated and real-world data
J Terwilliger, M Glazer, H Schmidt, J Domeyer, H Toyoda, B Mehler, ...
Driving Assessment 2019, 2019
32019
Characterizing driver trust in vehicle control algorithm parameters
J Domeyer, V Venkatraman, M Price, JD Lee
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 62 (1 …, 2018
22018
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