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:

Bock, O.; Drescher U.; van Winsum, W.; Kesnerus, K.; Voelcker-Rehage, C. (2018). A Virtual-Reality Approach for the Assessment and Rehabilitation of Multitasking Deficits. International Journal of Virtual and Augmented Reality, 2(1).
Bock, O.; Drescher, U.; Janouch, C.; Haeger, M.; van Winsum, W.; Voelcker-Rehage C. (2018). An experimental paradigm for the assessment of realistic human multitasking. Virtual Reality.
van Winsum, W. (2018). The effects of cognitive and visual workload on peripheral detection in the Detection Response Task. Human Factors, First Published May 23, 2018.
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.