selected publications
Selected publications

Strayer, D. L., Watson, J. M. & Frank A. Drews (2010). Cognitive Distraction While Multitasking in the Automobile

Watson, J. M. & Strayer, D. L. (2010). Supertaskers: Profiles in Extraordinary Multi-tasking Ability.

Drews, F. A., Yazdani, H., Godfrey, C. N., Cooper, J. M., & Strayer, D. L. (2009). Text Messaging During Simulated Driving. Human Factors.

Cooper, J. M., Vladisavljevic, I., Medeiros-Ward, N., Martin, P. T., Strayer, D. L. (2009). An Investigation of Driver Distraction Near the Tipping Point of Traffic Flow Stability. Human Factors, 261-268.

Cooper, J., & Strayer, D. L. (2008). Effects of Simulator Practice and Real World Experience on Cell-phone-Related Driver Distraction. Human Factors , 50, 893-902.

Drews, F. A., Pasupathi, M., & Strayer, D. L. (2008). Passenger and Cell Phone Conversations During Simulated Driving. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied , 14, 000-000.

Strayer, D. L., & Drews, F. A.(2007). Cell-Phone-Induced Driver Distraction. Current Directions In Psychological Sicence, 16, 128-131.

Strayer, D. L. & Drews, F. A. (2007). Multi-tasking in the automobile. To appear in A. Kramer, D. Wiegmann, & A. Kirlik (Eds.) Applied Attention: From Theory to Practice.

Strayer, D. L., Drews, F. A., & Crouch, D. J.(2006). A comparison of the cell phone driver and the drunk driver. Human Factors, 48, 381-391.

Strayer, D.L., & Drews, F. A. (2004). Profiles in driver distraction: Effects of cell phone conversations on younger and older drivers. Human Factors, 46, 640-649.

McCarley, J.S., Vais, M.J., Pringle, H., Kamer, A.F., Irwin, D.E., & Strayer, D.L. (2004) Conversation distupts change detection in complex traffic scenes. Human Factors, 46, 424-436.

Strayer, D. L., Drews, F. A., & Johnston, W. A. (2003). Are we being driven to distraction? Public Policy Perspectives, Vol. 16, 1-2. (Published by the Center for Public Policy and Administration, University of Utah).

Strayer, D. L., Drews, F. A. & Johnston, W. A. (2003). Cell phone induced failures of visual attention during simulated driving. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 9, 23-23.

Strayer, D. L., & Johnston, W. A. (2001). Driven to distraction: Dual-task studies of simulated driving and conversing on a cellular phone. Psychological Science, 12, 462-466.