Dr. Trick and Benjamin Cortens
from the DRiVE lab attended the Transportation Resarch Board Annual
Meeting in Washington D.C. in January 2015 where
Benjamin Cortens presented the results of research on the
interaction of key-size and driving performance.
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and collision research? Interested in basic mechanisms of
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Dept. of Psychology
c/o Lana Trick
University of Guelph