Tal Oron Gilad
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Age, skill, and hazard perception in driving
A Borowsky, D Shinar, T Oron-Gilad
Accident Analysis & Prevention 42 (4), 1240-1249, 2010
3992010
Alertness maintaining tasks (AMTs) while driving
T Oron-Gilad, A Ronen, D Shinar
Accident Analysis & Prevention 40 (3), 851-860, 2008
1702008
Age and skill differences in classifying hazardous traffic scenes
A Borowsky, T Oron-Gilad, Y Parmet
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 12 (4), 277-287, 2009
1202009
The effects of an interactive cognitive task (ICT) in suppressing fatigue symptoms in driving
P Gershon, A Ronen, T Oron-Gilad, D Shinar
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 12 (1), 21-28, 2009
852009
Exploring the effects of driving experience on hazard awareness and risk perception via real-time hazard identification, hazard classification, and rating tasks
A Borowsky, T Oron-Gilad
Accident Analysis & Prevention 59, 548-565, 2013
822013
Road characteristics and driver fatigue: a simulator study
T Oron-Gilad, A Ronen
Traffic Injury Prevention 8 (3), 281-289, 2007
822007
Aesthetics and usability of in-vehicle navigation displays
T Lavie, T Oron-Gilad, J Meyer
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 69 (1-2), 80-99, 2011
752011
Drivers’ perception of vulnerable road users: A hazard perception approach
A Borowsky, T Oron-Gilad, A Meir, Y Parmet
Accident Analysis & Prevention 44 (1), 160-166, 2012
732012
Driver fatigue among military truck drivers
T Oron-Gilad, D Shinar
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 3 (4), 195-209, 2000
632000
Vibrotactile guidance cues for target acquisition
T Oron-Gilad, JL Downs, RD Gilson, PA Hancock
IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part C (Applications and …, 2007
612007
Usage and perceived effectiveness of fatigue countermeasures for professional and nonprofessional drivers
P Gershon, D Shinar, T Oron-Gilad, Y Parmet, A Ronen
Accident Analysis & Prevention 43 (3), 797-803, 2011
532011
Towards understanding child-pedestrians’ hazard perception abilities in a mixed reality dynamic environment
A Meir, Y Parmet, T Oron-Gilad
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 20, 90-107, 2013
502013
Are child-pedestrians able to identify hazardous traffic situations? Measuring their abilities in a virtual reality environment
A Meir, T Oron-Gilad, Y Parmet
Safety science 80, 33-40, 2015
472015
Formation and evaluation of act and anticipate hazard perception training (AAHPT) intervention for young novice drivers
A Meir, A Borowsky, T Oron-Gilad
Traffic injury prevention 15 (2), 172-180, 2014
432014
Can child-pedestrians’ hazard perception skills be enhanced?
A Meir, T Oron-Gilad, Y Parmet
Accident Analysis & Prevention 83, 101-110, 2015
352015
The perception of pedestrians from the perspective of elderly experienced and experienced drivers
S Bromberg, T Oron-Gilad, A Ronen, A Borowsky, Y Parmet
Accident Analysis & Prevention 44 (1), 48-55, 2012
352012
Provocation: Is the UAV control ratio the right question?
PA Hancock, M Mouloua, R Gilson, J Szalma, T Oron-Gilad
Ergonomics in Design 15 (1), 7, 2007
352007
Understanding and resolving failures in human-robot interaction: Literature review and model development
S Honig, T Oron-Gilad
Frontiers in psychology 9, 861, 2018
342018
Vibrotactile “on-thigh” alerting system in the cockpit
Y Salzer, T Oron-Gilad, A Ronen, Y Parmet
Human factors 53 (2), 118-131, 2011
342011
Cell phone conversations and child pedestrian’s crossing behavior; a simulator study
H Tapiro, T Oron-Gilad, Y Parmet
Safety science 89, 36-44, 2016
332016
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