David L. Strayer, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Univeristy of Utah University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT 
Area:
Attention and Performance, Skill Acquisition and Skilled Performance, Mathematical Modeling of Human Performance, Cognitive Psychophysiology (eye tracking, EEG), Cognition in the Wild (Attention Restoration Theory), Cognitive Distraction in the Vehicle
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Strayer DL, Cooper JM, McCarty MM, et al. (2019) Visual and Cognitive Demands of CarPlay, Android Auto, and Five Native Infotainment Systems. Human Factors. 18720819836575
Atchley P, Strayer DL. (2017) Small Screen Use and Driving Safety. Pediatrics. 140: S107-S111
Strayer DL, Cooper JM, Turrill J, et al. (2017) The smartphone and the driver's cognitive workload: A comparison of Apple, Google, and Microsoft's intelligent personal assistants. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology = Revue Canadienne De Psychologie Experimentale. 71: 93-110
Coleman JR, Watson JM, Strayer DL. (2017) Working memory capacity and task goals modulate error-related ERPs. Psychophysiology
Biondi F, Strayer DL, Rossi R, et al. (2017) Advanced driver assistance systems: Using multimodal redundant warnings to enhance road safety. Applied Ergonomics. 58: 238-44
Strayer DL, Cooper JM, Turrill J, et al. (2016) Talking to your car can drive you to distraction. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications. 1: 16
Sanbonmatsu DM, Strayer DL, Behrends AA, et al. (2016) Why drivers use cell phones and support legislation to restrict this practice. Accident; Analysis and Prevention. 92: 22-33
Strayer DL, Fisher DL. (2015) SPIDER: A Framework for Understanding Driver Distraction. Human Factors
Strayer DL, Cooper JM. (2015) Driven to Distraction. Human Factors. 57: 1343-7
Strayer DL, Turrill J, Cooper JM, et al. (2015) Assessing Cognitive Distraction in the Automobile. Human Factors. 57: 1300-24
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