Callum Mole
Callum Mole
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Getting back into the loop: the perceptual-motor determinants of successful transitions out of automated driving
CD Mole, O Lappi, O Giles, G Markkula, F Mars, RM Wilkie
Human factors 61 (7), 1037-1065, 2019
Visuomotor control, eye movements, and steering: A unified approach for incorporating feedback, feedforward, and internal models.
O Lappi, C Mole
Psychological bulletin 144 (10), 981, 2018
Optic flow speed modulates guidance level control: New insights into two-level steering.
CD Mole, G Kountouriotis, J Billington, RMG Wilkie
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 42 (11 …, 2016
Optic flow asymmetries bias high-speed steering along roads
GK Kountouriotis, KA Shire, CD Mole, PH Gardner, N Merat, RM Wilkie
Journal of Vision 13 (10), 23-23, 2013
Humans use predictive gaze strategies to target waypoints for steering
S Tuhkanen, J Pekkanen, P Rinkkala, C Mole, RM Wilkie, O Lappi
Scientific reports 9 (1), 8344, 2019
Looking at the road when driving around bends: influence of vehicle automation and speed
D Schnebelen, O Lappi, C Mole, J Pekkanen, F Mars
Frontiers in psychology 10, 464387, 2019
Tapas: a toolbox for adversarial privacy auditing of synthetic data
F Houssiau, J Jordon, SN Cohen, O Daniel, A Elliott, J Geddes, C Mole, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2211.06550, 2022
Modelling visual-vestibular integration and behavioural adaptation in the driving simulator
G Markkula, R Romano, R Waldram, O Giles, C Mole, R Wilkie
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 66, 310-323, 2019
The need for speed: Global optic flow speed influences steering
GK Kountouriotis, CD Mole, N Merat, RM Wilkie
Royal Society open science 3 (5), 160096, 2016
Predicting takeover response to silent automated vehicle failures
C Mole, J Pekkanen, W Sheppard, T Louw, R Romano, N Merat, ...
PLoS One 15 (11), e0242825, 2020
Metacognitive judgements of perceptual-motor steering performance
CD Mole, R Jersakova, GK Kountouriotis, CJA Moulin, RM Wilkie
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 71 (10), 2223-2234, 2018
Looking forward to safer HGVs: The impact of mirrors on driver reaction times
CD Mole, RMG Wilkie
Accident Analysis & Prevention 107, 173-185, 2017
Driving with homonymous visual field loss: Does visual search performance predict hazard detection?
M Smith, CD Mole, GK Kountouriotis, C Chisholm, B Bhakta, RM Wilkie
British Journal of Occupational Therapy 78 (2), 85-95, 2015
Drivers use active gaze to monitor waypoints during automated driving
C Mole, J Pekkanen, WEA Sheppard, G Markkula, RM Wilkie
Scientific reports 11 (1), 263, 2021
Steering bends and changing lanes: the impact of optic flow and road edges on two point steering control
Y Okafuji, CD Mole, N Merat, T Fukao, Y Yokokohji, H Inou, RMG Wilkie
Journal of vision 18 (9), 14-14, 2018
A spatio-temporal framework for modelling wastewater concentration during the COVID-19 pandemic
G Li, H Denise, P Diggle, J Grimsley, C Holmes, D James, R Jersakova, ...
Environment International 172, 107765, 2023
Cognitive load during automation affects gaze behaviours and transitions to manual steering control
R Wilkie, C Mole, O Giles, N Merat, R Romano, G Makkula
Driving Assessment Conference 10 (2019), 2019
Steering is initiated based on error accumulation.
CM Goodridge, CD Mole, J Billington, G Markkula, RM Wilkie
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 48 (1), 64, 2022
A framework for auditable synthetic data generation
F Houssiau, SN Cohen, L Szpruch, O Daniel, MG Lawrence, R Mitra, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2211.11540, 2022
Drivers fail to calibrate to optic flow speed changes during automated driving
C Mole, G Markkula, O Giles, Y Okafuji, R Romano, N Merat, R Wilkie
Proceedings of the Tenth International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in …, 2019
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