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David M. Neyens
David M. Neyens
Associate Professor
Verified email at clemson.edu
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The effect of distractions on the crash types of teenage drivers
DM Neyens, LN Boyle
Accident Analysis & Prevention 39 (1), 206-212, 2007
2302007
The influence of driver distraction on the severity of injuries sustained by teenage drivers and their passengers
DM Neyens, LN Boyle
Accident Analysis & Prevention 40 (1), 254-259, 2008
2232008
Assessing drivers' response during automated driver support system failures with non-driving tasks
S Shen, DM Neyens
Journal of safety research 61, 149-155, 2017
792017
Framework for direct observation of performance and safety in healthcare
K Catchpole, DM Neyens, J Abernathy, D Allison, A Joseph, ST Reeves
BMJ Quality & Safety 26 (12), 1015-1021, 2017
522017
Crash risk factors related to individuals sustaining and drivers following traumatic brain injuries
DM Neyens, LN Boyle
Accident Analysis & Prevention 49, 266-273, 2012
372012
The impact of operating room layout on circulating nurse’s work patterns and flow disruptions: a behavioral mapping study
S Bayramzadeh, A Joseph, D San, A Khoshkenar, K Taaffe, ...
HERD: Health Environments Research & Design Journal 11 (3), 124-138, 2018
352018
Visitor characteristics and alcohol-based hand sanitizer dispenser locations at the hospital entrance: Effect on visitor use rates
MA Hobbs, S Robinson, DM Neyens, C Steed
American Journal of Infection Control 44 (3), 258-262, 2016
352016
The effects of age, gender, and crash types on drivers’ injury-related health care costs
S Shen, DM Neyens
Accident Analysis & Prevention 77, 82-90, 2015
352015
The Iowa graduated driver licensing program: Effectiveness in reducing crashes of teenage drivers
DM Neyens, B Donmez, LN Boyle
Journal of safety research 39 (4), 383-390, 2008
352008
Assessing drivers’ performance when automated driver support systems fail with different levels of automation
S Shen, DM Neyens
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 58 (1 …, 2014
312014
An investigation of the informational needs of ovarian cancer patients and their supporters
KC Madathil, JS Greenstein, KA Juang, DM Neyens, AK Gramopadhye
Proceedings of the human factors and ergonomics society annual meeting 57 (1 …, 2013
242013
Modelling and forecasting daily surgical case volume using time series analysis
N Zinouri, KM Taaffe, DM Neyens
Health Systems 7 (2), 111-119, 2018
222018
Integration of analysis methods and development of analysis plan
LN Boyle, S Hallmark, JD Lee, DV McGehee, DM Neyens, NJ Ward
SHRP 2 Report, 2012
192012
Using a systems approach to evaluate a circulating nurse's work patterns and workflow disruptions
DM Neyens, S Bayramzadeh, K Catchpole, A Joseph, K Taaffe, ...
Applied ergonomics 78, 293-300, 2019
172019
Comparing learning outcomes in physical and simulated learning environments
M Alfred, DM Neyens, AK Gramopadhye
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 68, 110-117, 2018
162018
The effects of driver distraction for individuals with traumatic brain injuries
DM Neyens, LN Boyle, MT Schultheis
Human factors 57 (8), 1472-1488, 2015
152015
Developing a 3d gestural interface for anesthesia-related human-computer interaction tasks using both experts and novices
KA Jurewicz, DM Neyens, K Catchpole, ST Reeves
Human factors 60 (7), 992-1007, 2018
142018
Determining barriers and facilitators associated with willingness to use a personal health information management system to support worksite wellness programs
DM Neyens, AK Childers
American Journal of Health Promotion 31 (4), 310-317, 2017
132017
Simulated estimates of pre-pregnancy and gestational diabetes mellitus in the US: 1980 to 2008
ME Mayorga, OS Reifsnider, DM Neyens, MG Gebregziabher, KJ Hunt
PLoS One 8 (9), e73437, 2013
122013
Anesthesia maintenance and vigilance: examining task switching
SM Betza, KA Jurewicz, DM Neyens, SL Riggs, JH Abernathy III, ...
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society annual meeting 60 (1 …, 2016
112016
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