Assaf Botzer
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Driver behavior with a smartphone collision warning application–a field study
A Botzer, O Musicant, A Perry
Safety science 91, 361-372, 2017
User settings of cue thresholds for binary categorization decisions.
A Botzer, J Meyer, P Bak, Y Parmet
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 16 (1), 1, 2010
Grip force as a measure of stress in aviation
M Wagner, Y Sahar, T Elbaum, A Botzer, E Berliner
The International Journal of Aviation Psychology 25 (3-4), 157-170, 2015
Cyclopean, dominant, and non-dominant gaze tracking for smooth pursuit gaze interaction
T Elbaum, M Wagner, A Botzer
Journal of Eye Movement Research 10 (1), 2017
Effects of cues on target search behavior.
A Botzer, J Meyer, A Borowsky, I Gdalyahu, YB Shalom
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 21 (1), 73, 2015
Mental effort in binary categorization aided by binary cues.
A Botzer, J Meyer, Y Parmet
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 19 (1), 39, 2013
Relationship between hazard-perception-test scores and proportion of hard-braking events during on-road driving–An investigation using a range of thresholds for hard-braking
A Botzer, O Musicant, Y Mama
Accident Analysis & Prevention 132, 105267, 2019
Relationship between kinematic and physiological indices during braking events of different intensities
O Musicant, A Botzer, I Laufer, C Collet
Human factors 60 (3), 415-427, 2018
Smartphones vs. in-vehicle data acquisition systems as tools for naturalistic driving studies: a comparative review
E Grimberg, A Botzer, O Musicant
Safety science 131, 104917, 2020
Changes in physiological indices and deceleration behaviour as functions of braking demands and driver's physiological cluster
O Musicant, I Laufer, A Botzer
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 62, 406-415, 2019
Using sound feedback to help blind people navigate
A Botzer, N Shvalb, BBM she
Proceedings of the 36th European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics, 1-3, 2018
The relationship between level of engagement in a non-driving task and driver response time when taking control of an automated vehicle
P Rauffet, A Botzer, C Chauvin, F Sa´d, C Tordet
Cognition, Technology & Work 22 (4), 721-731, 2020
Analyzing individuals’ grip force over short intervals in a joystick-controlled task with and without a stress manipulation
A Botzer, Y Sahar, M Wagner, T Elbaum
Behaviour & Information Technology 40 (5), 476-482, 2021
The effect of effort on responses to binary cues
A Botzer, J Meyer
Proceedings of the 15th European conference on Cognitive ergonomics: theá…, 2008
Driver Choices of Time-to-Collision Thresholds for a Collision Warning System
A Botzer, O Musicant
Proceedings of the European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics, 1-2, 2016
Effects of cues in a binary categorization task on dual-task performance, mental workload, and effort.
A Botzer, J Meyer, Y Parmet
Journal of experimental psychology: applied 22 (3), 350, 2016
The safety benefits of collision warning applications–evidence from on-road data
O Musicant, A Botzer
International Journal of Safety and Security Engineering 6 (2), 362-371, 2016
Visual Information as a Means for Substituting Haptic Sense
M Wagner, A Botzer, T Elbaum
Proceedings of the European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics 2015, 1-2, 2015
The effectiveness of “Soft-blocking” for reducing clicking on-screen while driving
A Shelef, O Musicant, A Botzer, Y Mama
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 81, 306-316, 2021
Relationship between mental rotation ability, clinical experience and navigation performance in simulated prenatal sonography
A Botzer, R Tepper, M Wagner, O Musicant
Le travail humain 84 (1), 89-112, 2021
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