Richard Tyrrell
Richard Tyrrell
Professor of Psychology, Clemson University
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Simulator sickness during driving simulation studies
JO Brooks, RR Goodenough, MC Crisler, ND Klein, RL Alley, BL Koon, ...
Accident analysis & prevention 42 (3), 788-796, 2010
A rapid technique to assess the resting states of the eyes and other threshold phenomena: the modified binary search (MOBS)
RA Tyrrell, DA Owens
Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers 20 (2), 137-141, 1988
Limitations in drivers' ability to recognize pedestrians at night
JM Wood, RA Tyrrell, TP Carberry
Human factors 47 (3), 644-653, 2005
Age differences in estimating vehicle velocity.
CT Scialfa, LT Guzy, HW Leibowitz, PM Garvey, RA Tyrrell
Psychology and aging 6 (1), 60, 1991
Autonomic characteristics of nonclinical panic and blood phobia
BH Friedman, JF Thayer, TD Borkovec, RA Tyrell, BH Johnson, ...
Biological psychiatry 34 (5), 298-310, 1993
Effects of luminance, blur, and age on nighttime visual guidance: A test of the selective degradation hypothesis.
DA Owens, RA Tyrrell
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 5 (2), 115, 1999
The relation of vergence effort to reports of visual fatigue following prolonged near work
RA Tyrrell, HW Leibowitz
Human factors 32 (3), 341-357, 1990
The assured clear distance ahead rule: implications for nighttime traffic safety and the law
HW Leibowitz, DA Owens, RA Tyrrell
Accident Analysis & Prevention 30 (1), 93-99, 1998
The influence of visual factors on fall-related kinematic variables during stair descent by older women
GG Simoneau, PR Cavanagh, JS Ulbrecht, HW Leibowitz, RA Tyrrell
Journal of gerontology 46 (6), M188-M195, 1991
The effects of visual factors and head orientation on postural steadiness in women 55 to 70 years of age
GG Simoneau, HW Leibowitz, JS Ulbrecht, RA Tyrrell, PR Cavanagh
Journal of gerontology 47 (5), M151-M158, 1992
On-road measures of pedestrians’ estimates of their own nighttime conspicuity
RA Tyrrell, JM Wood, TP Carberry
Journal of Safety Research 35 (5), 483-490, 2004
The effects of severe visual challenges on steering performance in visually healthy young drivers
JO Brooks, RA Tyrrell, TA Frank
Optometry and Vision Science 82 (8), 689-697, 2005
Using reflective clothing to enhance the conspicuity of bicyclists at night
JM Wood, RA Tyrrell, R Marszalek, P Lacherez, T Carberry, BS Chu
Accident Analysis & Prevention 45, 726-730, 2012
Even moderate visual impairments degrade drivers' ability to see pedestrians at night
JM Wood, RA Tyrrell, A Chaparro, RP Marszalek, TP Carberry, BS Chu
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 53 (6), 2586-2592, 2012
Seeing pedestrians at night: visual clutter does not mask biological motion
RA Tyrrell, JM Wood, A Chaparro, TP Carberry, BS Chu, RP Marszalek
Accident Analysis & Prevention 41 (3), 506-512, 2009
Highlighting human form and motion information enhances the conspicuity of pedestrians at night
SA Balk, RA Tyrrell, JO Brooks, TL Carpenter
Perception 37 (8), 1276-1284, 2008
Spectral characteristics of heart period variability during cold face stress and shock avoidance in normal subjects
BH Friedman, JF Thayer, RA Tyrrell
Clinical Autonomic Research 6 (3), 147-152, 1996
Educational interventions successfully reduce pedestrians' overestimates of their own nighttime visibility
RA Tyrrell, CW Patton, JO Brooks
Human Factors 46 (1), 170-182, 2004
Bicyclists overestimate their own night-time conspicuity and underestimate the benefits of retroreflective markers on the moveable joints
JM Wood, RA Tyrrell, R Marszalek, P Lacherez, T Carberry
Accident Analysis & Prevention 55, 48-53, 2013
Seeing pedestrians at night: effect of driver age and visual abilities
JM Wood, P Lacherez, RA Tyrrell
Ophthalmic and physiological optics 34 (4), 452-458, 2014
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