2001 Publications

2001 Publications

Bush, S., (2001). Does future elderly transportation demand pose a “pending crisis”? Challenges for research and policymaking. The Public Policy and Aging Report, 11(4), pp. 15-19.

Coley, M., (2001). Older driver relicensing laws: The state of the states. The Public Policy and Aging Report, 11(4), pp. 3-10.

Cottè, N., Meyer, J., & Coughlin, J., (2001). Older and younger drivers’ response to collision warning systems. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 45th Annual Meeting, Human Factors and Ergonomics Society: Santa Monica, CA., pp. 277-280.

Coughlin, J., (2001). Transportation and older persons: Perceptions and preferences. Washington DC: AARP Public Policy Institute.

Coughlin, J., (2001). Beyond health and retirement: Placing transportation on the aging policy agenda. The Public Policy and Aging Report, 11(4), pp.1, 20-23.

Coughlin, J., (2001) Technology and the future of aging. Proceedings: Technologies and Successful Aging. Published in the Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, 38(1), pp. S40-S42.

Kuchar, J. K., (2001, July) "Automobile Automation from an Aerospace Perspective", in J. Meyer and J. Coughlin, eds., Integrating Information Technology in the Automobile for Older Drivers, MIT AgeLab.

Maltz, M. and Meyer, J., (2001). Use of warnings in an attentionally demanding detection task. Human Factors, 43, pp. 217-226.

Meyer, J., (2001). Effects of warning validity and proximity on responses to warnings. Human Factors, 43, pp. 563-572.

Meyer, J. and Coughlin, J., (2001). Older drivers and new in-vehicle devices. Public Policy and Aging Bulletin, 11(4), pp. 11-14.

 

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