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TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. INTRODUCTION
Chapter 1. Handbook of Driving Simulation: An Overview (The Editors)
Chapter 2. History of Driving Simulation (R.W. Allen, T.J. Rosenthal, and M. Cross)
Chapter 3. Using Driving Simulators outside of North America (B. Kantowitz)
Chapter 4. The Future of Driving Simulation (P.A. Hancock and T.B. Sheridan)
Chapter 5. Twelve Practical and Useful Questions about Driving Simulation (J.K. Caird and W.J. Horrey)


II. SELECTING A DRIVING SIMULATOR

SELECTING THE SYSTEM
Chapter 6. Scenario Authoring (J.K. Kearney and T.Y. Grechkin)
Chapter 7. Physical Fidelity of Driving Simulators (J. Greenberg and M. Blommer)
Chapter 8. Sensory and Perceptual Factors in the Design of Driving Simulation Displays (G.J. Andersen)
Chapter 9. Psychological Fidelity: Perception of Risk (T.A. Ranney)
Chapter 10. Surrogate Methods and Measures (L.S. Angell)

VALIDATING THE SYSTEM
Chapter 11. Validating Vehicle Models (C. Schwarz)
Chapter 12. Cross Platform Validation Issues (H.A. Jamson)
Chapter 13. Simulator Validity: Behaviors Observed on the Simulator and on the Road (N. Mullen, J. Charlton, A. Devlin, and M. Bédard)


III. CONDUCT OF SIMULATOR EXPERIMENTS, SELECTION OF SCENARIOS, DEPENDENT VARIABLES, AND EVALUATION OF RESULTS

SIMULATOR SICKNESS
Chapter 14. Simulator and Scenario Factors Influencing Simulator Sickness (H.A. Stoner, D.L. Fisher, and M.A. Mollenhauer)

INDEPENDENT AND DEPENDENT VARIABLES
Chapter 15. Independent Measures: The Role of Confonding and Effect Modification (G. McGwin, Jr.)
Chapter 16. External Driver Distractions: The Effects of Video Billboards and Wind Farms on Driving Performance (S.L. Milloy and J.K. Caird)
Chapter 17. Measuring Physiology in Simulators (K.A. Brookhuis and D. de Waard)
Chapter 18. Eye Behaviors: How Driving Simulators Can Expand their Role in Science and Engineering (D.L. Fisher, A. Pollatsek, and W.J. Horrey)
Chapter 19. Situation Awareness in Driving (L. Gugerty)

ANALYSES OF THE DATA
Chapter 20. Simulator Data Reduction (M.L. Reyes and J.D. Lee)
Chapter 21. Analytical Tools (L. Ng Boyle)
Chapter 22. Statistical Concepts (J.D. Dawson)
Chapter 23. The Qualitative Interview (J. Moeckli)


IV. APPLICATIONS IN PSYCHOLOGY

EXPERIENCE AND MATURITY
Chapter 24. The Novice and Teen Driver (M.C. Ouimet, C.W. Duffy, B.G. Simons-Morton, T.G. Brown, and D.L. Fisher)
Chapter 25. The Older Driver: Training and Assessment: Knowledge, skills, and attitudes (K.K. Ball and M.L. Ackerman)
Chapter 26. The Older Driver (L.M. Trick and J.K. Caird)

DIFFICULT DRIVING CONDITIONS: ENDOGENOUS AND EXOGENOUS FACTORS
Chapter 27. Profiles in Cell-Phone Induced Driver Distraction (D.L. Strayer, J.M. Cooper, and F.A. Drews)
Chapter 28. Night Driving: How Low Illumination Affects Driving, and the Challenges of Simulation (J. Wood and A. Chaparro)
Chapter 29. Driving in States of Fatigue or Stress (G. Matthews, D.J. Saxby, G.J. Funke, A.K. Emo, and P.A. Desmond)

TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT: KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ATTITUDES
Chapter 30. Driving Simulators as Training and Evaluation Tools: Novice Drivers (A. Pollatsek, W. Vlakveld, Bart Kappé, A.K. Pradhan, and D.L. Fisher)
Chapter 31. The Commercial Driver (M. Blanco, J.S. Hickman, R.J. Hanowski, and J.F. Morgan)

SIMULATORS USED FOR REHABILITATION
Chapter 32. Driving Rehabilitation as Delivered by Driving Simulation (H. Singh, B.M. Barbour, and D.J. Cox)


V. APPLICATIONS IN ENGINEERING

TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING: SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS OUTSIDE THE VEHICLE
Chapter 33. The Importance of Proper Roadway Design in Virtual Environments (D. Evans)
Chapter 34. The Use of Driving Simulators for Geometric Design (T.M. Granda, G.W. Davis, V.W. Inham, and J.A. Molino)
Chapter 35. Traffic Signals (D.A. Noyce, M.A. Knodler, and J.R. Chapman)
Chapter 36. Signage and Pavement Markings (S.T. Chrysler and A.A. Nelson)
Chapter 37. Advanced Guide Signs and Behavioral Decision Theory (K.V. Katsikopoulos)
Chapter 38. Driving Simulation Design and Evaluation of Highway Railway Grade and Transit Crossings (J.K. Caird, A. Smiley, L. Fern, and J. Robinson)
Chapter 39. Roadway Visualization (M.A. Manore and Y. Papelis)

TELEMATICS: ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES INSIDE THE VEHICLE
Chapter 40. Advanced Warning Technologies: Collision, Intersection Incursion (M.P. Manser)
Chapter 41. Adaptive Behavior in the Simulator: Implications for Active Safety System Evaluation (J. Engström and M. Ljung Aust)

MODELS OF DRIVER BEHAVIORS
Chapter 42. Cognitive Architectures for Modeling Driver Behavior (D.D. Salvucci)
Chapter 43. Combining Perception, Action, Intention and Value: A Control Theoretical Approach to Driving Performance (J.M. Flach, R.J. Jagacinski, M.R.H. Smith, and B.P. McKenna)


VI. APPLICATIONS IN MEDICINE

DRUGS
Chapter 44. Acute Alcohol Impairment Research in Driving Simulators (J.I. Creaser, N.J. Ward, and M.E. Rakauskas)
Chapter 45. Validity of Three Experimental Performance Tests for Predicting Risk of Cannabis Induced Road Crashes (J. Ranmaekers, M.R. Moeller, E.L. Theunissen, and G. Kauert)

MEDICAL AND MENTAL DISORDERS
Chapter 46. Medical Disorders (M. Rizzo)
Chapter 47. Psychiatric Disorders and Driving Performance (H. Moller)
Chapter 48. Driving in Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson's Disease, and Stroke (E. Uc and M. Rizzo)
Chapter 49. Driving Simulation in Epilepsy and Sleep Disorders (J. Tippin)

TRAUMATIC AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES
Chapter 50. Traumatic Brain Injury (W. Brouwer, R.B. Busscher, R.J. Davidse, H. Pot, and P.C. van Wolffelaar)