Publications

Areas of expertise:

Models of driver behaviour, driver workload (Peripheral Detection Task PDT or DRT), In-vehicle Information systems, driver behaviour assessment, human factors research, driving simulator research. For an accessible report on the PDT see: Martens & van Winsum (2000).

List of publications on driver behaviour and simulators:

Kappe, B., Van Winsum, W. & Korteling, H. (2004). A Virtual Driving Instructor: Specification and implementation. DSC-NA 2003, Ohio, US.
Kappe, B., Van Winsum, W. & Van Wolffelaar, P. (2002). A cost-effective driving simulator. DSC2002 Driving Simulation Conference, Paris, France. Inrets-Renault, 123-133.
M.H. Martens & W. van Winsum. (2000). Measuring distraction: The Peripheral Detection Task. Proceedings NHTSA: Internet Forum on the safety impact of driver distraction when using in-vehicle technologies
Van Winsum, W. (2000). Measuring drowsiness and impairment in car driving. In: Proceedings Vision in Vehicles 8, Boston, augustus 1999.
Van Winsum. W. & Hoedemaeker, M. (2000). A road test of a prototype satellite system for in-vehicle menu control. (Report TM-00-C003). Soesterberg, The Netherlands: TNO Human Factors Research Institute.
van Winsum. W., Brookhuis, K.A. & de Waard, D. (1999). A comparison of different ways to approximate Time-to-Line Crossing (TLC) during car driving. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 32, 57-56.
Van Winsum, W. (1999). The human element in car following models. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 207-211.
van Winsum. W., de Waard, D. & Brookhuis, K.A. (1999). Lane change manoeuvres and safety margins. Transportation Research Part F 2(1999), 139-149.
Martens, M.H. & van Winsum. W. (1999). Acceptability of activation criteria for a driver support system. (Report TM-99-C054). Soesterberg, The Netherlands: TNO Human Factors Research Institute.
Van Winsum, W., Martens, M. & Herland, L. (1999). The effects of speech versus tactile driver support messages on workload, driver behaviour and user acceptance. TNO report TM-99-C043. TNO Human Factors Research Institute, Soesterberg, The netherlands. (validation and development of PDT task)
Van Winsum, W. (1999). Age-related differences in effects of drowsiness on measures of driver behaviour and performance. TNO report TM-99-C001. TNO Human Factors Research Institute, Soesterberg, The netherlands.
Van Winsum, W. & Martens, M. (1999). The use of a driving simulator for testing a driver support system in critical situations.Proceedings of International Congress on the Use of Simulators: Training and Risk Prevention Applications. Leon, Spain.
Van Winsum, W. (1999). Het functionele visuele veld als een indicator voor de werklast. In: Proceedings congres Ergonomie in uitvoering, november 1999, 182-189
Brookhuis, K.A., van Winsum. W., Heijer, T. & Duijnstee, L. (1999). Assessing Behavioural Effects of In-Vehicle Information Systems. Transportation Human Factors, I(3), 261-272.
Van Winsum. W., (1998). Preferred time headway in car-following and individual differences in perceptual-motor skills. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 87, 863-873.
Van Winsum, W. & Claessens, F.M.M.. (1998). Effecten van mogelijke vormen van informatiepresentatie van de OBU op rijgedrag en verkeersveiligheid. (Report TM-98-C052). Soesterberg, The Netherlands: TNO Human Factors Research Institute.
Van Winsum, W. & Korteling, J.E. (1998). Low-cost simulators 3b: Task analysis for driving simulation (Report TM-98-A041). Soesterberg, The Netherlands: TNO Human Factors Research Institute.
Van Winsum, W. (1998). Een methode voor het testen van het verkeersveiligheidsrisico van informatiesystemen in de auto [A method for testing the traffic safety of in-vehicle systems]. Verkeersveiligheid in perspectief. Onder redactie van F.J.J.M. Steyvers, 1998:61-72.
Van Winsum, W. (1998). Indicators of drowsiness and impairment in car driving. (Memo TNO-TM 1998-M45). Soesterberg, The Netherlands: TNO Human Factors Research Institute.
Van Winsum, W., Brookhuis, K.A. & de Waard, D. (1998). Characteristics of lane change behaviour. (Report TM-98-D004). Soesterberg, The Netherlands: TNO Human Factors Research Institute.
Van Winsum, W., Brookhuis, K.A. & de Waard, D. (1998). Approximations of Time-to-Line Crossing (TLC) for real time measurement during car driving. (Report TM-98-B008). Soesterberg, The Netherlands: TNO Human Factors Research Institute.

Ovingh, A. B. & van Winsum, W. (1998). Safety of the On-board unit:specifications.(Report TM-98-C016). Soesterberg, The Netherlands: TNO Human Factors Research Institute.

Heijer, T., Brookhuis, K.A. & van Winsum, W. (1997). Automation of the driving task.(Final report No. SWOV-R-13-11-1997). Leidschendam, The Netherlands: Stichting Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek Verkeersveiligheid.

Bosch, K. van den, Korteling, J.E. & van Winsum, W. (1997). Low-cost simulators 1c. Training analysis of 9 military training areas.Report TM-97-A069). Soesterberg, The Netherlands: TNO Human Factors Research Institute.

Van Winsum, W. (1997). A validation study of a PC-based test of safety aspects of in-vehicle information systems: a test of a map display of a RDM-TMC task.(Report TM-97-C057). Soesterberg, The Netherlands: TNO Human Factors Research Institute.
Steyvers, F.J.J.M., van Winsum & Brookhuis, K.A. (1997). Testing traffic safety effects of in-vehicle information systems.(Report No. COV 97-03. Groningen, The Netherlands: Centre for Environmental and Traffic Psychology.
Van Winsum, W. (1997). A model of driver behaviour adaptation. In: Brookhuis, K., De Waard, D. & Weikert, C. Simulators and Traffic Psychology. Proceedings of the HFES Europe Chapter Annual Meeting in Haren, The Netherlands, November 1996. Groningen, The Netherlands: The Centre for Environmental and Traffic Psychology, University of Groningen.
Van Winsum, W. & Brouwer, W. (1997). Time headway in car following and operational performance during unexpected braking.Perceptual and Motor Skills, 84, 1247-1257.
Van Winsum, W. & Heino, A. (1996). Choice of time-headway in car-following and the role of time-to-collision information in braking. Ergonomics, 39(4), 579-592.
Van Winsum, W. & Godthelp, H. (1996). Speed choice and steering behavior in curve driving. Human Factors, 38(3), 434-441.
Van Winsum, W. (1996). From adaptive control to adaptive driver behaviour. PhD Thesis. Haren., The Netherlands: Traffic Research Centre, University of Groningen.
Van Wolffelaar, P.C. & Van Winsum, W. (1995). Traffic modelling and driving simulation-an integrated approach. In: DSC95. Driving simulation conference. Conference proceedings. Toulouse: Teknea, 236-244.
Wierda, M., Van Wolffelaar, P. & Van Winsum, W. (1994). Virtual environments: Fundamental and applied aspects. In: F.J. Maarse, A.E. Akkerman, A.N. Brand, L.J.M. Mulder and M.J. van der Stelt (Eds.). Computers in Psychology 5. Applications, methods and instrumentation. Swets & Zeitlinger B.V., Lisse, 206-217.
Van Wolffelaar, P.C. & Van Winsum, W. (1994). A driving simulator for traffic research using a graphical workstation. In:  F.J. Maarse, A.E. Akkerman, A.N. Brand, L.J.M. Mulder and M.J. van der Stelt (Eds.). Computers in Psychology 5. Applications, methods and instrumentation. Swets & Zeitlinger B.V., Lisse, 218-229.
Wierda, M., Van Wolffelaar, P.C. & Van Winsum, W. (1993). Immersive Virtual Environments as trainer: system design from a cognitive stance. In: Virtual Interfaces: Research and Applications. AGARD Conference Proceedings 541. North Atlantic Treaty Organization, 1-6.
Van Winsum, W. & Van Wolffelaar, P.C. (1993). GIDS Small World simulation. In:  Michon (ed.), Generic Intelligent Driver Support. Taylor & Francis, London, 175-191.
McLoughlin, H.B., Michon, J.A., Van Winsum, W. & Webster, E. (1993). GIDS intelligence. In:  Michon (ed.), Generic Intelligent Driver Support. Taylor & Francis, London, 89-112.
Van Wolffelaar, P. & Van Winsum, W. (1992). VSC-Rijsimulator: nieuw en veelzijdig onderzoeksinstrument. Verkeerskunde, 11, 26-29.
Wolffelaar, P.C. Van & Winsum, W. Van. (1992). A new driving simulator including an  interactive intelligent traffic environment. In: Proceedings of the 3rd international conference  on vehicle navigation & information systems: 499-506. IEEE Service Center, Piscataway NJ.