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Publication Number: FHWA-RD-03-063
Date: September 2004

In-Vehicle Display Icons and Other Information Elements: Volume II

Final Report

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APPENDIX B: TECHNICAL REPORTS, PUBLICATIONS, AND PRESENTATIONS

TECHNICAL REPORTS

Campbell, J. L. and Carney, C. (1998). In-vehicle display icons and other information elements. Task C: Workplan for developing preliminary design guidelines for in-vehicle symbols (Draft Report). Seattle, WA: Battelle Human Factors Transportation Center.

Campbell, J. L., and Carney, C. (1999). In-vehicle display icons and other information elements. Task C5: Information usages and symbology issues (Final Report). Seattle, WA: Battelle Human Factors Transportation Center.

Campbell, J. L., Carney, C., and Lee, J. D. (1999). In-vehicle display icons and other information elements. Task C4: Preliminary in-vehicle symbols guidelines (Final Report). Seattle, WA: Battelle Human Factors Transportation Center.

Campbell, J. L., Carney, C., Simsek, O., Bittner, A. C. Jr., and Lee, J. D. (2000). In-vehicle display icons and other information elements. Task D: Develop workplan for final guidelines (Final Report). Seattle, WA: Battelle Human Factors Transportation Center.

Campbell, J. L., Richman, J. B., Carney, C., and Lee, J. D. (2002). In-vehicle display icons and other information elements. Task F: Final in-vehicle symbols guidelines (Final Report). Seattle, WA: Battelle Human Factors Transportation Center.

Campbell, J. L., Richman, J. B., Nakata, A., Simsek, O., and Schmidt, K. (2002). In-vehicle display icons and other information elements. Task E, Experiment 6. General versus specific icons: Implications for driver acceptance of IVIS messages (Final Report). Seattle, WA: Battelle Human Factors Transportation Center.

Campbell, J. L., Slavich, A., and McCallum, M. C. (2002). In-vehicle display icons and other information elements. User manual for Icon IDEA (Icon Interactive Development and Evaluation Assistant) Prototype Version 1. Seattle, WA: Battelle Human Factors Transportation Center.

Carney, C., Campbell, J. L., and Mitchell, E. A. (1998). In-vehicle display icons and other information elements. Task A: Literature review (Final Report). Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration.

Lee, J. D., Carney, C., Casey, S. M., and Campbell, J. L. (1998). In-vehicle display icons and other information elements. Task B: Conduct preliminary assessment of visual symbols (Final Report). Seattle, WA: Battelle Seattle Research Center.

Lee, J. D., Marshall, D., Austria, P. A., Wiese, E., and Williams, E. (2002). In-vehicle display icons and other information elements. Task E, Experiment 3. Urgency and annoyance of auditory alerts (Final Report). Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa.

PUBLICATIONS

Campbell, J. L., Carney, C., and Lee. J. D. (1999). "Icons." In The Industrial and Occupational Ergonomics: Users Encyclopedia (CD-ROM). Encyclopedia of Ergonomics.

Campbell, J. L., Carney, C., Monk, C., Granda, T., and Lee, J. D. (2000). Design guidelines for in-vehicle icons (CD-ROM). ITS AMERICA 10th Annual Meeting. Washington, DC: ITS America.

Campbell, J. L., McCallum, M. C., and Richman, J. B. (2002). Development of Icon IDEA: Icon Interactive Development and Evaluation Assistant (CD-ROM). ITS AMERICA,11th Annual Meeting. Washington, DC: ITS America.

Marshall, D., Lee, J. D., and Austria, P. A. (2001). Annoyance and urgency of auditory alerts for in-vehicle information systems (CD-ROM). Proceedings of the 45th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, pp. 1627-1631. Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN.

Nakata, A., Campbell, J. L., and Richman, J. B. (2002). Driver acceptance of general vs. specific icons for in-vehicle information. Proceedings of the 46th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. Baltimore, MD.

Richman, J. B., Campbell, J. L., and McCallum, M. C. (2002). Effective IVIS comprehension research: Context and response scaling methods. Proceedings of the 46th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. Baltimore, MD.

Wiese, E., and Lee, J. D. (2001). Effects of multiple auditory alerts for in-vehicle information systems on driver attitudes and performance (CD-ROM). Proceedings of the 45th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, pp.1632-1636. Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN.

PRESENTATIONS

Campbell, J. L. (2000, January). In-vehicle icons: Making sure that what you get is what you see. Presented at the annual meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC.

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