Found 4 documents.

The MMSE should not be the sole indicator of fitness to drive in mild Alzheimer’s dementia

Publication/article
Published: 2018 : Piersma, D.; Fuermaier, A.B.M.; Waard, D. de; De Deyn, P.P.; Davidse, R.J.; Groot, J. de; Doumen, M.J.A.; Bredewoud, R.A.; Claesen, R.; Lemstra, A.W.; Vermeeren, A.; Ponds, R.; Verhey, F.; Brouwer, W.H.; Tucha, O.
Tags: Risks, Human behaviour in traffic,
Since Alzheimer’s disease may affect driving performance, patients with Alzheimer’s disease are assessed on fitness to drive. On-road driving assessments are widely used, and attempts have also been...

Multi-level driver workload prediction using machine learning and off-the-shelf sensors

Publication/article
Published: 2018 : Gent, P. van; Melman, T.; Farah, H.; Nes, N. van; Arem, B. van
Tags: Technology & ITS, Human behaviour in traffic,
The present study aims to add to the literature on driver workload prediction using machine learning methods. The main aim is to develop workload prediction on a multi-level basis, rather than a...

Cycling safe and sound; The impact of quiet electric cars, listening to music and conversing on the phone on cyclists’ auditory perception and cycling safety

Publication/dissertation
isbn: 978-90-73946-16-3
Published: 2018 (SWOV): Stelling-Kończak, A.
Tags: Transport mode, Bicycle, Risks, Human behaviour in traffic,

Do road user roles serve as social identities? Differences between self-described cyclists and car drivers

Publication/article
Published: 2018 : Hoekstra, A.T.G; Twisk, D.A.M.; Hagenzieker, M.P.
Tags: Human behaviour in traffic,
Research in different domains has shown that people categorize oneself and others as ingroup ("us") and outgroup ("them") members, resulting in group-based stereotyping and attribution errors that...