Understanding Human Behaviour in Complex Systems

On the occasion of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Europe Chapter Annual Meeting in Nantes, France, 2019.

Edited by Dick de Waard, Antonella Toffetti, Luca Pietrantoni, Thomas Franke, Jean-François Petiot, Cédric Dumas, Assaf Botzer, Linda Onnasch, Isabelle Milleville, and Franck Mars

D. de Waard, A. Toffetti, L. Pietrantoni, T. Franke, J-F. Petiot, C. Dumas, A. Botzer, L. Onnasch, I. Milleville, and F. Mars (Eds.) (in progress/2020).  Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Europe Chapter 2019 Annual Conference. ISSN 2333-4959 (online). Available from http://hfes-europe.org

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An adaptive assistance system for subjective critical driving situations: understanding the relationship between subjective and objective complexity
Alexander Lotz, Nele Russwinkel, Thomas Wagner, & Enrico Wohlfarth

Task load of professional drivers during level 2 and 3 automated driving
Hans-Joachim Bieg, Constantina Daniilidou, Britta Michel, & Anna Sprung

Driving with an L3 – motorway chauffeur: How do drivers use their driving time?
Johanna Wörle & Barbara Metz

I don’t care what the robot does! Trust in automation when working with a heavy-load robot
Franziska Legler, Dorothea Langer, Frank Dittrich, & Angelika C. Bullinger

Disentangling the enigmatic slowing effect of microgravity on sensorimotor performance
Bernhard Weber, Martin Stelzer, & Cornelia Riecke

The Renaissance of Wizard of Oz (WoOz) – Using the WoOz methodology to prototype automated vehicles
Klaus Bengler, Kamil Omozik, & Andrea Isabell Müller

Information needs regarding the purposeful activation of automated driving functions – an exploratory study
Simon Danner, Matthias Pfromm, Reimund Limbacher, & Klaus Bengler

Evaluation of different driving styles during conditionally automated highway driving
Stephanie Cramer, Tabea Blenk, Martin Albert, & David Sauer

Workload evaluation of effects of a lane keeping assistance system with physiological and performance measures
Yu-Jeng Kuo, Corinna Seidler, Bernhard Schick, & Dirk Nissing

Evaluation of physiological responses due to car sickness with a zero-inflated regression approach
Rebecca Pham Xuan, Adrian Brietzke, & Stefanie Marker

Predicting self-assessment of the out-of-the-loop phenomenon from visual strategies during highly automated driving
Damien Schnebelen, Camilo Charron & Franck Mars