Karel Brookhuis mainly investigates Simulation, Driving simulator, Human factors and ergonomics, Applied psychology and Task. His Simulation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Test, Psychophysiology, Scale and Steering wheel. His biological study deals with issues like Transport engineering, which deal with fields such as Traffic psychology, Mental load and Rumble strip.
His research integrates issues of Injury prevention, Management science and Set in his study of Human factors and ergonomics. His Applied psychology study incorporates themes from Active listening, Computer security, Alertness, Accident-proneness and Adaptive control. His Task research incorporates elements of Advanced driver assistance systems, Truck and Implementation.
Karel Brookhuis mostly deals with Transport engineering, Simulation, Driving simulator, Human factors and ergonomics and Applied psychology. His Transport engineering study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Risk analysis. His Simulation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Test, Traffic flow, Task, Adaptation and Speed limit.
His Driving simulator research focuses on subjects like Distraction, which are linked to Mobile phone. His work deals with themes such as Injury prevention and Suicide prevention, which intersect with Human factors and ergonomics. His Applied psychology study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Computer security.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Driving simulator, Human factors and ergonomics, Simulation, Distraction and Physical medicine and rehabilitation. In his work, Transport engineering is strongly intertwined with Control, which is a subfield of Driving simulator. His studies in Human factors and ergonomics integrate themes in fields like Engineering ethics, Cognition, Injury prevention, Risk analysis and User experience design.
The concepts of his Simulation study are interwoven with issues in Speed limit and Navigation system. His research investigates the connection between Distraction and topics such as Advertising that intersect with issues in Variable-message sign. His Physical medicine and rehabilitation research integrates issues from Visual impairment and Mobility scooter.
His primary scientific interests are in Driving simulator, Simulation, Distraction, Hangovers and Task. The Driving simulator study which covers Change blindness that intersects with Recall, Advertising and Variable-message sign. His Simulation research includes elements of Predictive validity, Speed limit and Pharmacology toxicology.
His research in Distraction intersects with topics in Control and Navigation system. His Hangovers research includes themes of Nausea, Internal medicine and Alcohol hangover. His Task research incorporates themes from Visual field, Driving skills and Audiology.
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Handbook of Human Factors and Ergonomics Methods
Neville Stanton;Alan Hedge;Hal W. Hendrick;Eduardo Salas.
The effects of mobile telephoning on driving performance
Karel A. Brookhuis;Gerbrand de Vries;Dick de Waard.
Accident Analysis & Prevention (1991)
State of science: mental workload in ergonomics
Mark S. Young;Karel A. Brookhuis;Christopher D. Wickens;Peter A. Hancock.
Monitoring drivers' mental workload in driving simulators using physiological measures
Karel A. Brookhuis;Dick de Waard.
Accident Analysis & Prevention (2010)
THE USE OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY TO ASSESS DRIVER STATUS
Karel A. Brookhuis;Dick De Waard.
Alcohol, drugs and traffic safety
A Smiley;K A Brookhuis.
International Conference on Road Safety, 2nd, 1987, Groningen, Netherlands (1988)
Behavioural impacts of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems - an overview.
Karel A. Brookhuis;Dick de Waard;Wiel H. Janssen.
European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research (2001)
Behavioural adaptation to driving with an adaptive cruise control (ACC)
Marika Hoedemaeker;Karel A. Brookhuis.
Transportation Research Part F-traffic Psychology and Behaviour (1998)
MEASURING DRIVING PERFORMANCE BY CAR-FOLLOWING IN TRAFFIC
Karel A. Brookhuis;Dick de Waard;Ben Mulder.
ASSESSING DRIVER STATUS - A DEMONSTRATION EXPERIMENT ON THE ROAD
Dick de Waard;Karel A. Brookhuis.
Accident Analysis & Prevention (1991)
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