Trent Carberry
Trent Carberry
Researcher, School of Optometry, QUT
Verified email at qut.edu.au
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Limitations in drivers' ability to recognize pedestrians at night
JM Wood, RA Tyrrell, TP Carberry
Human factors 47 (3), 644-653, 2005
1782005
Effects of age and auditory and visual dual tasks on closed-road driving performance
A Chaparro, JM Wood, T Carberry
Optometry and vision science 82 (8), 747-754, 2005
1242005
Bilateral cataract surgery and driving performance
JM Wood, TP Carberry
British Journal of Ophthalmology 90 (10), 1277-1280, 2006
1192006
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
902004
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
812012
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
782012
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
772009
Effect of simulated visual impairment on nighttime driving performance
J Wood, A Chaparro, T Carberry, BS Chu
Optometry and vision science 87 (6), 379-386, 2010
682010
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
452013
Effects of reduced contrast on the perception and control of speed when driving
DA Owens, J Wood, T Carberry
Perception 39 (9), 1199-1215, 2010
452010
Differential effects of refractive blur on day and nighttime driving performance
JM Wood, MJ Collins, A Chaparro, R Marszalek, T Carberry, P Lacherez, ...
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 55 (4), 2284-2289, 2014
372014
Cyclist visibility at night: perceptions of visibility do not necessarily match reality
J Wood, R Tyrrell, R Marszalek, P Lacherez, T Carberry, B Chu, M King
Journal of the Australasian College of Road Safety 21 (3), 56-60, 2010
312010
Older drivers and cataracts: Measures of driving performance before and after cataract surgery
JM Wood, TP Carberry
Transportation research record 1865 (1), 7-13, 2004
312004
Effects of different levels of refractive blur on nighttime pedestrian visibility
JM Wood, R Marszalek, T Carberry, P Lacherez, MJ Collins
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 56 (8), 4480-4485, 2015
152015
Nighttime conspicuity from the pedestrian's perspective
R Tyrrell, J Brooks, J Wood, T Carberry
83rd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, 2004
142004
Effects of age and auditory and visual dual-tasks on closed road driving performance
A Chaparro, JM Wood, T Carberry
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 48 …, 2004
132004
How multitasking interacts with visual impairment and age on measures of driving performance
JM Wood, A Chaparro, T Carberry, L Hickson
Transportation research record 1980 (1), 65-69, 2006
122006
Perceived speed and driving behavior in foggy conditions
D Alfred, J Wood, T Carberry
Journal of Vision 2 (7), 631-631, 2002
102002
Pedestrian visibility at night: Effects of pedestrian clothing, driver age, and headlamp beam setting
JM Wood, RA Tyrrell, TP Carberry
TRB 2003 Annual Meeting, 2003
92003
On-road measures of pedestrians’ estimates of their own nighttime visibility: Effects of clothing, beam, and age
RA Tyrrell, JM Wood, T Carberry
81st Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC, 2003
62003
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