Honda Outstanding Student Paper Award
Student presenters were encouraged to enter the Honda Outstanding Student Paper Award program. This award provides a certificate and cash reward to the student who conducts outstanding research accepted for presentation at Driving Assessment 2007.
Student Award Winners for 2007:
Paper 90: Examining young novice driver headway choice in a simulated car following task.
Eve Mitsopoulos-Rubens, Thomas Triggs, & Micheal Reagan.
Monash University Accident Research Centre, Clayton, Australia
Paper 86: Can galvanic vestibular simulation reduce simulator adaptation syndrome?
Rebecca J. Reed-Jones, Lana M. Trick, James G. Reed-Jones, & Lori A. Vallis
University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada
Paper 49: Comparison of driver brake reaction times to multimodal rear-end collision warnings.
Jeffrey Scott & Rob Gray
Dept. of Applied Psychology, Arizona State University and United States Air Force
Paper 81: Perceptual-motor control strategies for left-turn execution.
Rayka Mohebbi & Rob Gray
Dept. of Applied Psychology, Arizona State University
Winning papers were selected by the Scientific Review Committee.