Driver Distraction Research. Verbal tasks presented while participants operate a driving simulator—bilingual participants compared to unilingual participants. Quantitative tasks presented while participants operate a driving simulator. Bilinguals compared to unilinguals.
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Telner, J. & Wiesenthal, D. L. Bialystok, E., & York, M. The Effects of Second Language Cellular Telephone Conversations on Simulated Driving. Talk presented at the 38th Annual Conference of the Association of Canadian Ergonomists, Toronto, ON, October 17, 2007.
Wickens, C.M., Toplak, M.E. & Wiesenthal, D.L. (in press, Accident Analysis & Prevention). Heuristic and analytic processes as predictors of Driving Errors, Lapses, and Violations.
Lustman, M., Wiesenthal, D. L. & Flett, G. L. (under editorial review), Narcissism and Aggressive Driving: Is an Inflated View of the Self a Road Hazard?
Wiesenthal, D. L. & Singhal, D. Evolutionary Psychology, Demography and Vehicle Crashes: A Theoretical Synthesis. Invited presentation, Xth European Congress of Psychology, Prague, Czech Republic, July 3. 2007.