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David R Large

Research Fellow, Faculty of Engineering

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Biography

Dr David R. Large is a Senior Research Fellow with the Human Factors Research Group at the University of Nottingham. David studied Manufacturing Engineering at Durham University and worked as a production manager within the food industry for almost 10 years. Returning to academia in 2007, David completed an MSc in Information Technology, followed by a PhD in Human Factors awarded in 2013 (both at the University of Nottingham).

As a post-doctoral researcher, David has been involved in a broad range of industry, UK and Internationally funded projects primarily concerning the design, evaluation and acceptance of novel and emerging in-vehicle human-machine interfaces (HMIs) and systems for both road and rail transport. Since gaining his PhD in 2013, David has authored over 70 peer-reviewed publications in International journals and conference proceedings.

David is particularly interested in natural language HMIs and the effect of anthropomorphism on the way that humans interact with computers and technology.

Expertise Summary

David specialises in driver behaviour and performance measurement, practising a range of techniques, such as driving simulation, visual occlusion, eye-tracking and the collection of subjective and physiological measures to understand driver distraction, trust, acceptance etc. associated with in-vehicle technology. He holds significant experience and expertise in experimental design and collecting/interpreting eye-tracking data.

Teaching Summary

PhD supervision:

  • Emily Shaw: Future Human-Machine Interfaces (HMIs) for Automated Vehicles

Completed PhDs:

  • Vicki Antrobus: Natural Language Interfaces for Vehicle Navigation Systems (2019)
  • Ayse Eren: The Investigation of Interaction Mechanisms with In-Vehicle Infotainment Systems (IVIS) (2019)

Other teaching activities:

  • Lecturing: 'Anthropomorphism and Product Design' - delivered as part of Ergonomics in Design (MM2EID)
  • Supervision and assessment of literature review projects - Contemporary Issues in Human Factors and Interactive Systems (MM4HSD)
  • Project supervision and assessment - Practical Ergonomics Investigation (by distance learning) (MM4ECS)
  • Demonstrating - Simulation and Digital Human Modelling module (MM4SIM)

Research Summary

Current and recent research projects include:

  • "Chatty Car" - a UKRI Trustworthy Autonomous Systems (TAS) Hub agile project
  • Enhancing the user experience in future AVs in the ServCity project
  • Driver training for future automated vehicles (sponsored by the RAC Foundation)
  • Knowledge Transfer Partnership with Ultraleap
  • Natural language interfaces for autonomous vehicles (sponsored by a major vehicle manufacturer)
  • In-the-air haptic feedback for in-vehicle touchscreens (in collaboration with Ultraleap)
  • Assessing driver behaviour in the prospective use of automated vehicles (ADAPTIVE) (sponsored by the RAC Foundation)
  • Improving the effectiveness of active vulnerable road user (VRU) safety systems (Proactive Safety for Pedestrians and Cyclists (PROSPECT) funded from the European Community's Eighth Framework Program (Horizon2020) under grant agreement no. 634149)
  • The development of analytical methods to predict the visual demand of different HMIs early in the design process (sponsored by a major vehicle manufacturer)
  • Exploring how drivers interact with natural language HMIs in everyday driving (sponsored by a major vehicle manufacturer)

Recent Publications

Past Research

Previous research projects include:

  • Designing HMIs to support transfer of control in highly automated driving (sponsored by a major vehicle manufacturer)
  • Driver awareness during automated driving (sponsored by a major vehicle manufacturer)
  • NHTSA compliance testing (sponsored by a major vehicle manufacturer)
  • Mirrorless Cars (sponsored by a major vehicle manufacturer)
  • Optimal Networks for Train Integration Management across Europe (ONTIME) (funded by EU FP7, agreement no. 285243)
  • Cultural Human Machine Interfaces in the UK and China (sponsored by a major vehicle manufacturer)
  • StressFree - mobile application to support multi-modal travel across London (funded by Technology Strategy Board)
  • In-Vehicle Smartphone Interfaces (sponsored by a major vehicle manufacturer)
  • SHAW, E., LARGE, D. R., BURNETT, G. and BOX, E., 2021. Introducing CHAT to Improve Driver Performance during Level 3 Automated Driving In: Ergonomics & Human Factors 2021.
  • SCHKREBA, A., PAMPEL, S., BURNETT, G. and LARGE, D. R., 2021. Driver Perception Using A Camera-Based Digital Side Mirror: An On-Road Study In: Ergonomics & Human Factors 2021.
  • MAHAJAN, K., LARGE, D. R., BURNETT, G. and VELAGA, N. R., 2021. Exploring the effectiveness of a digital voice assistant to maintain driver alertness in partially-automated vehicles Traffic Injury Prevention. 22(5), 378-383
  • MAHAJAN, K., LARGE, D. R., BURNETT, G. and VELAGA, N. R., 2021. Exploring the benefits of conversing with a digital voice assistant during automated driving: A parametric duration model of takeover time Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 80, 104-126
  • VIPUTSAKUL, S., LARGE, D. R. and BURNETT, G., 2020. Enhancing Drivers’ Awareness of Passing Pedestrians with Exocentric Digital Mirrors In: Ergonomics & Human Factors, Stratford-upon-Avon, UK.
  • SHAW, E., LARGE, D. R. and BURNETT, G., 2020. Towards Future Driver Training: Analysing Human Behaviour in Level 3 Automated Cars In: Ergonomics & Human Factors, Stratford-upon-Avon, UK.
  • GABBARD, J., SMITH, M., MERENDA, C., BURNETT, G. and LARGE, D. R., 2020. A Perceptual Color-Matching Method for Examining Color Blending in Augmented Reality Head Up Display Graphics IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics.
  • SHAW, E., LARGE, D. R. and BURNETT, G., 2020. Driver Training for Future Automated Vehicles: Introducing CHAT (CHeck, Assess, Takeover) London: RAC Foundation.
  • ANTROBUS, V., LARGE, D.R., BURNETT, G. and HARE, C., 2019. Enhancing Environmental Engagement with Natural Language Interfaces for In-Vehicle Navigation Systems Journal of Navigation. 72(3), 513-527
  • CROSSLAND, A., BURNETT, G., LARGE, D.R. and HARVEY, C., 2019. The impact of interaction mechanisms with in-vehicle touch screens on task performance In: Ergonomics & Human Factors, Stratford-upon-Avon, UK.
  • HOPE, A., BURNETT, G., LARGE, D.R. and MILLEN-DUTKA, L., 2019. Comparing the Efficacy of Visual and Verbal Guidance for Optimal Car-Seat Posture In: Ergonomics & Human Factors, Stratford-upon-Avon, UK.
  • WHITE, H., LARGE, D.R., SALANITRI, D. and BURNETT, G., 2019. Rebuilding Drivers’ Situation Awareness During Take-Over Requests in Level 3 Automated Cars In: Ergonomics & Human Factors, Stratford-upon-Avon, UK.
  • LARGE, D. R., BURNETT, G., CRUNDALL, E., SKRYPCHUK, L. and MOUZAKITIS, A., 2019. Evaluating Secondary Input Devices to Support an Automotive Touchscreen HMI: A Cross-Cultural Simulator Study Conducted in the UK and China Applied Ergonomics. 78, 184-196
  • CIESLIK, I., KOVACEVA, J., BRUYAS, M-P., LARGE, D. R., KUNERT, M., KREBS, S. and ARBITMANN, M., 2019. Improving the Effectiveness of Active Safety Systems to Significantly Reduce Accidents with Vulnerable Road Users - the Project PROSPECT (Proactive Safety for Pedestrians and Cyclists) In: The 26th International Technical Conference on the Enhanced Safety of Vehicles (ESV) Eindhoven, Netherlands, June 10-13, 2019.
  • LARGE, D. R., CLARK, L., BURNETT, G., HARRINGTON, K., LUTON, J., THOMAS, P. and BENNETT, P., 2019. “It’s Small Talk, Jim, But Not as We Know It.” Engendering Trust through Human-Agent Conversation in an Autonomous, Self-Driving Car In: 1st International Conference on Conversational User Interfaces (CUI2019), Dublin, Ireland.
  • LARGE, D. R., BURNETT, G., SALANITRI, D., LAWSON, A. and BOX, E., 2019. A Longitudinal Simulator Study to Explore Drivers’ Behaviour in Level 3 Automated Vehicles In: Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications (AutoUI2019), Utrecht, Netherlands.
  • LARGE, D. R., HARRINGTON, K., BURNETT, G., LUTON, J., THOMAS, P. and BENNETT, P., 2019. To Please in a Pod: Employing an Anthropomorphic Agent-Interlocutor to Enhance Trust and User Experience in an Autonomous, Self-Driving Vehicle In: Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications (AutoUI2019), Utrecht, Netherlands.
  • BURNETT, G., LARGE, D. R. and SALANITRI, D., 2019. How will drivers interact with vehicles of the future?
  • LARGE, D. R., HARRINGTON, K., BURNETT, G. and GEORGIOU, O., 2019. Feel the Noise: Mid-Air Ultrasound Haptics as a Novel Human-Vehicle Interaction Paradigm Applied Ergonomics. 81,
  • LARGE, D. R., BURNETT, G. and CLARK, L., 2019. Lessons from Oz: Design Guidelines for Automotive Conversational User Interfaces In: Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications (AutoUI2019).
  • LARGE, D. R., BURNETT, G., HARVEY, C. and PAMPEL, S., 2019. Giving Technology a Voice: Employing Wizard-of-Oz in the Formative Design of Natural Language Interfaces In: Sonic Interaction in Intelligent Cars: AUDIOMOSTLY 2019 Interactive Workshop, Nottingham, UK. September 17th, 2019.
  • LARGE, D.R. and BURNETT, G., 2018. Life on the Road: Exposing Drivers’ Tendency to Anthropomorphise In-Vehicle Navigation Systems In: 20th Congress International Ergonomics Association (IEA2018), Florence.
  • LARGE, D. R., BANKS, V., BURNETT, G. and HARVEY, C., 2018. Towards a Predictive Model of Driver Acceptance of Active Collision Avoidance Systems In: 7th European Transport Research Arena, Vienna.
  • LARGE, D. R., BURNETT, G., ANTROBUS, V. and SKRYPCHUK, L., 2018. Driven to Discussion: Engaging Drivers in Conversation with a Digital Assistant as a Countermeasure to Passive Task-Related Fatigue IET Intelligent Transport Systems. 12(6), 420
  • EREN, A., BURNETT, G., LARGE, D. R. and HARVEY, C., 2018. Understanding the Effects of Peripheral Vision and Muscle Memory on In-Vehicle Touchscreen Interactions IET Intelligent Transport Systems. 12(6), 434
  • BANKS, V., SHAW, E. and LARGE, D. R., 2018. Keeping the Driver in the Loop: The 'Other' Ethics of Automation In: 20th Congress International Ergonomics Association (IEA2018), Florence, Italy.
  • LARGE, D. R. and BURNETT, G., 2018. Using Anthropomorphism in the Design of Autonomous Vehicles (Literature review)
  • LARGE, D.R., BURNETT, G., SALANITRI, D. and BOX, E., 2018. How will drivers interact with vehicles of the future? A Naturalistic Simulation Study In: CIEHF Human Factors in Future Transport.
  • BURNETT, G. and LARGE, D.R., 2018. Emotion Detection Using a Driver Facing Camera (Literature Review)
  • LARGE, D.R., KHAN, J. and BURNETT, G., 2018. Fostering Trust and Acceptance of a Collision Avoidance System through Retrospective Feedback In: 6th HUMANIST Conference, The Hague, Netherlands.
  • LARGE, D. R., TASHKANDI, M. and BURNETT, G., 2018. Using Visual Occlusion to Identify Performance Thresholds Associated with Search-and-Select Target Acquisition on an Automotive Touchscreen Interface In: International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention (DDI2018), Gothenburg, Sweden.
  • LARGE, D. R., PAMPEL, S., BURNETT, G., MATTHIAS, R., THOMPSON, S. and SKRYPCHUK, L., 2018. Exploring Drivers’ Visual Behaviour During Take-Over Requests In: International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention (DDI2018), Gothenburg, Sweden.
  • ANTROBUS, V., BURNETT, G. and LARGE, D.R., 2018. ‘Trust me – I’m AutoCAB’: Using natural language interfaces to improve the trust and acceptance of level 4/5 autonomous vehicles In: 6th Humanist Conference, The Hague, Netherlands.
  • LARGE, D.R., BURNETT, G., SALANITRI, D., HARVEY, C., ANTROBUS, V., BRUYAS, M.P. and JAUSSEIN, M., 2018. A Longitudinal Simulator Study to Evaluate Driver Acceptance of the PROSPECT Proactive Safety System for Cyclists In: 7th International Cycling Safety Conference (ICSC2018), Barcelona, Spain.
  • LARGE, D.R., CHOO, M.C. and HOUGHTON, R., 2018. Validating ‘Dutch Reach’: A Preliminary Evaluation of Far-Hand Door Opening and its Impact on Car Drivers’ Head Movements In: 7th International Cycling Safety Conference (ICSC2018), Barcelona, Spain.
  • HARRINGTON, K., LARGE, D.R., BURNETT, G. and GEORGIOU, O., 2018. Exploring the Use of Mid-Air Ultrasonic Feedback to Enhance Automotive User Interfaces In: The 10th International ACM Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications (AutoUI2018), Toronto, Canada (Best Paper).
  • PAMPEL, S., LARGE, D.R., BURNETT, G., MATTHIAS, R., THOMPSON, S. and SKRYPCHUK, L., 2018. Getting the driver back into the loop: The quality of manual vehicle control following long and short non-critical transfer-of-control requests Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science (TIES).
  • LARGE, D.R., KIM, H., MERENDA, C., LEONG, S., HARVEY, C., BURNETT, G. and GABBARD, J., 2018. Investigating the Effect of Urgency and Modality of Pedestrian Alert Warnings on Driver Acceptance and Performance Transportation Research Part F - Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 60, 11-24
  • ANTROBUS, V., LARGE, D. R. and BURNETT, G., 2018. Enhancing Environmental Engagement with Natural Language Interfaces for In-Vehicle Navigation Systems In: The International Navigation Conference (INC2018), Bristol, UK.
  • LARGE, D. R., BURNETT, G. E. and BOLTON, A., 2017. Augmenting Landmarks during the Head-Up Provision of In-Car Navigation Advice International Journal of Mobile Human Computer Interaction. 9(2), 18-39
  • LARGE, D. R., BURNETT, G., ANTROBUS, V. and SKRYPCHUK, L., 2017. Stimulating conversation: Investigating the effectiveness of an autonomous digital driving assistant as a countermeasure for low driver arousal In: International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention (DDI2017).
  • LARGE, D. R., BURNETT, G., BANKS, V., BAVERSTOCK, S. and SKRYPCHUK, L., 2017. Exploring the Behaviour of Distracted Drivers during Different Levels of Automation in Driving In: International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention (DDI2017).
  • LARGE, D. R., BURNETT, G., CRUNDALL, E., VAN LOON, E., EREN, A.L. and SKRYPCHUK, L., 2017. A predictive model of the visual demand associated with in-vehicle touchscreens In: International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention (DDI2017).
  • EREN, A. L., BURNETT, G., HARVEY, C. and LARGE, D. R., 2017. Peripheral vision as a potential interaction mechanism for in-vehicle touch-screens In: International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention (DDI2017).
  • LARGE, D.R., BURNETT, G., CRUNDALL, E., VAN LOON, E., EREN, A. L. and SKRYPCHUK, L., 2017. Developing Predictive Equations to Model the Visual Demand of In-Vehicle Touchscreen HMIs International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction.
  • LARGE, D.R., HARVEY, C., BURNETT, G., MERENDA, C., LEONG, S. and GABBARD, J., 2017. Exploring the Relationship between False Alarms and Driver Acceptance of a Pedestrian Alert System during Simulated Driving In: Road Safety and Simulation International Conference.
  • LARGE, D. R., GOLIGHTLY, D. and TAYLOR, E., 2017. Train driving simulator studies: Can novice drivers deliver the goods? Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Part F: Journal of Rail and Rapid Transit.
  • LARGE, D. R., BURNETT, G., MORRIS, A., MUTHUMANI, A. and MATTHIAS, R., 2017. A Longitudinal Simulator Study to Explore Drivers’ Behaviour During Highly-Automated Driving In: 8th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE 2017).
  • LARGE, D.R., BURNETT, G., MORRIS, A., MUTHUMANI, A. and MATTHIAS, R., 2017. Design Implications of Drivers’ Engagement with Secondary Activities During Highly-Automated Driving – A Longitudinal Simulator Study In: Road Safety and Simulation International Conference.
  • LARGE, D. R., CLARK, L., QUANDT, A., BURNETT, G. and SKRYPCHUK, L., 2017. Steering the conversation: A linguistic exploration of natural language interactions with an autonomous digital driving assistant Applied Ergonomics. 63, 53–61
  • LARGE, D.R., BURNETT, G. and MOHD-HASNI, Y., 2017. Capturing Cultural Differences between UK and Malaysian Drivers to Inform the Design of In-Vehicle Navigation Systems JSAE International Journal of Automotive Engineering. 8(3), 112-119
  • LARGE, D. R., BANKS, V., BURNETT, G. and MARGARITIS, N., 2017. Putting the Joy in Driving: Investigating the Use of a Joystick as an Alternative to Traditional Controls within Future Autonomous Vehicles In: The 9th International ACM Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications (AutoUI2017).
  • MERENDA, C., HYUNGIL, K., LEONG, S., GABBARD, J., BURNETT, G. and LARGE, D. R., 2017. Did you see me? Assessing Real vs. Perceived Driving Gains across Multi-modality Pedestrian Alert Systems In: The 9th International ACM Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications (Best Paper Honourable Mention).
  • LARGE, D. R., BANKS, V. and BURNETT, G., 2017. Human-Automation Coordination, Communication and Shared Control (Literature Review)
  • LARGE, D.R., CRUNDALL, E., BURNETT, G.E., HARVEY, C. and KONSTANTOPOULOS, P., 2016. Driving without wings: the effect of different digital mirror locations on the visual behaviour, performance and opinions of drivers Applied Ergonomics. 55(2016), 148-148
  • LARGE, DAVID R, BURNETT, GARY, BENFORD, STEVE and OLIVER, KEITH, 2016. Crowdsourcing good landmarks for in-vehicle navigation systems Behaviour & Information Technology. 1-10
  • MERENDA, C., SMITH, M., GABBARD, J., BURNETT, G. E. and LARGE, D. R., 2016. Effects of Real-world Backgrounds on User Interface Color Naming and Matching in Automotive AR HUDs In: IEEE Virtual Reality 2016.
  • KANE, V., SMITH, M., GABBARD, J., BURNETT, G. E. and LARGE, D. R., 2016. Depth Perception in Mirrors: The Effects of Video Based Augmented Reality in Driver’s Side View Mirrors In: IEEE Virtual Reality 2016.
  • ELIZABETH CRUNDALL, DAVID LARGE and GARY BURNETT, 2016. A Driving Simulator Study to Explore the Effects of Text Size on the Visual Demand of In-Vehicle Displays Displays. 43, 23-29
  • LARGE, D.R., BURNETT, G., VAN LOON, E. and SKRYPCHUK, L., 2016. Grouping icons to ease the visual burden of search and select pointing tasks during interactions with in-vehicle touchscreen HMIs In: Human Factors in Complex Systems.
  • SMITH, M., KANE, V., GABBARD, J.L., BURNETT, G. and LARGE, D.R., 2016. Augmented Mirrors: Depth judgments when augmenting video displays to replace automotive mirrors. In: HFES 2016 International Annual Meeting.
  • LARGE, D. R., HARVEY, C., BURNETT, G. and DE HAIR-BUIJSSEN, S., 2016. Understanding the cues and characteristics which indicate and affect a cyclist’s future path: A focus group study in the UK and Netherlands. In: International Cycling Safety Conference (ICSC2016).
  • LARGE, D. R., BURNETT, G., CRUNDALL, E., LAWSON, G. and SKRYPCHUK, L., 2016. Twist It, Touch It, Push It, Swipe It: Evaluating Secondary Input Devices for Use with an Automotive Touchscreen HMI In: Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications (AutoUI2016).
  • LARGE, D. R., BURNETT, G., ANYASODO, B. and SKRYPCHUK, L., 2016. Assessing cognitive demand during natural language interactions with a digital driving assistant In: Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications (AutoUI2016).
  • LARGE, D.R., HARVEY, C., BANKS, V.A. and BURNETT, G., 2016. PROSPECT D2.2: Specification of User Needs (drivers and VRUs) and Functional Requirements of Vehicle Safety Systems
  • AYSE LEYLA EREN, GARY BURNETT and DAVID LARGE, 2015. Can in-vehicle touch screens be operated with zero visual demand? An exploratory driving simulator study In: 4th International Driver Distraction and Inattention Conference.
  • BOLTON, ADAM, BURNETT, GARY and LARGE, DAVID R, 2015. An investigation of augmented reality presentations of landmark-based navigation using a head-up display In: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications (Nominated for Best Paper). 56-63
  • POURNAMI, SUDEEP, LARGE, DAVID R, BURNETT, GARY and HARVEY, CATHERINE, 2015. Comparing the NHTSA and ISO occlusion test protocols: how many participants are sufficient? In: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications (Nominated for Best Paper). 110-116
  • LARGE, DAVID R, VAN LOON, EDITHA, BURNETT, GARY and POURNAMI, SUDEEP, 2015. Applying NHTSA task acceptance criteria to different simulated driving scenarios In: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications. 117-124
  • LARGE, DAVID R, CRUNDALL, ELIZABETH, BURNETT, GARY and SKRYPCHUK, LEE, 2015. Predicting the visual demand of finger-touch pointing tasks in a driving context In: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications. 221-224
  • LARGE, DR and BURNETT, G, 2015. An overview of occlusion versus driving simulation for assessing the visual demands of in-vehicle user-interfaces In: International Conference on Driver Distraction and Inattention, 4th, 2015, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
  • LARGE, DAVID R, GOLIGHTLY, DAVID and TAYLOR, EMMA, 2015. Mind the gap: highlighting the differences between expert and novice drivers during simulated train driving In: Fifth International Rail Human Factors Conference.
  • LARGE, D.R. and BURNETT, G., 2015. What are the key design characteristics that need to be considered to ensure that a vehicle-initiated dialogue system encourages safe, effective, engaging and enjoyable interaction? (Literature Review)
  • LARGE, DAVID R. and BURNETT, GARY E., 2014. The effect of different navigation voices on trust and attention while using in-vehicle navigation systems JOURNAL OF SAFETY RESEARCH. 49, 69-75
  • LARGE, DAVID R, GOLIGHTLY, DAVID and TAYLOR, EMMA L, 2014. The effect of driver advisory systems on train driver workload and performance In: Contemporary Ergonomics and Human Factors 2014: Proceedings of the international conference on Ergonomics & Human Factors 2014, Southampton, UK, 7-10 April 2014. 335
  • LARGE, D.R. and GOLIGHTLY, D., 2014. ONTIME D6.2: Sample Human Machine Interface
  • BURNETT, GE, LARGE, DR, LAWSON, G, DE-KREMER, S and SKRYPCHUK, L, 2013. A comparison of resistive and capacitive touchscreens for use within vehicles. Advances in Transportation Studies.
  • LARGE, DAVID R and BURNETT, GARY E, 2013. Drivers' preferences and emotional responses to satellite navigation voices International Journal of Vehicle Noise and Vibration. 9(1-2), 28-46
  • BURNETT, GARY, CRUNDALL, ELIZABETH, LARGE, DAVID, LAWSON, GLYN and SKRYPCHUK, LEE, 2013. A study of unidirectional swipe gestures on in-vehicle touch screens In: Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications (Nominated for Best Paper). 22-29
  • LARGE, D, BURNETT, G, CRUNDALL, E, LAWSON, G and DE-KREMER, S, 2013. Measuring the distraction of alternative list-scrolling techniques when using touchscreen displays in vehicles In: PROCEEDINGS of the 3rd International Conference on Driver Distraction and Interaction.
  • BURNETT, G, NEILA, N, CRUNDALL, E, LARGE, D, LAWSON, G, SKRYPCHUK, L and THOMPSON, S, 2013. How do you assess the distraction of in-vehicle information systems? A comparison of occlusion, lane change task and medium-fidelity driving simulator methods In: PROCEEDINGS of the 3rd International Conference on Driver Distraction and Interaction.
  • LARGE, D. R. and BURNETT, G. E., 2013. Investigating the Effect of Different Navigation Voices on Drivers’ Attitudes and Behaviour during Route-Following in a Driving Simulator In: Road Safety and Simulation International Conference (RSS2013).
  • LARGE, D. R., 2013. The Effect of Anthropomorphism on the Behaviour of Drivers during the Routine Use of In-Vehicle Navigation Systems (Thesis)
  • LARGE, D. R. and BURNETT, G. E., 2012. The Effect of Navigation Voice on Trust and Attention during Route-Following in a Driving Simulator In: International Conference on Traffic and Transport Psychology.

Human Factors Research Group

Faculty of Engineering
The University of Nottingham
University Park, Nottingham
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