Tuomo Kujala
Tuomo Kujala
Associate Professor (University of Jyväskylä), Adjunct Professor (University of Helsinki)
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Ihminen ja teknologia: Hyvän vuorovaikutuksen suunnittelu
P Saariluoma, T Kujala, S Kuuva, T Kymäläinen, J Leikas, L Liikkanen, ...
Teknologiateollisuus ry, 2010
612010
The attentional demand of automobile driving revisited: Occlusion distance as a function of task-relevant event density in realistic driving scenarios
T Kujala, J Mäkelä, I Kotilainen, T Tokkonen
Human factors 58 (1), 163-180, 2016
462016
Browsing the information highway while driving: three in-vehicle touch screen scrolling methods and driver distraction
T Kujala
Personal and ubiquitous computing 17 (5), 815-823, 2013
412013
Effects of menu structure and touch screen scrolling style on the variability of glance durations during in-vehicle visual search tasks
T Kujala, P Saariluoma
Ergonomics 54 (8), 716-732, 2011
402011
Modeling visual sampling on in-car displays: The challenge of predicting safety-critical lapses of control
T Kujala, DD Salvucci
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 79, 66-78, 2015
392015
Designing browsing for in-car music player: effects of touch screen scrolling techniques, items per page and screen orientation on driver distraction
A Lasch, T Kujala
Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Automotive User …, 2012
322012
Semantic distance as a critical factor in icon design for in-car infotainment systems
JM Silvennoinen, T Kujala, JPP Jokinen
Applied Ergonomics 65, 369-381, 2017
212017
In-car ubiquitous computing: driver tutoring messages presented on a head-up display
H Karvonen, T Kujala, P Saariluoma
2006 IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference, 560-565, 2006
212006
Efficiency of visual time-sharing behavior: the effects of menu structure on poi search tasks while driving
T Kujala
Proceedings of the 1st international conference on automotive user …, 2009
172009
T9+ HUD: Physical keypad and HUD can improve driving performance while typing and driving
G Villalobos-Zúñiga, T Kujala, A Oulasvirta
Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Automotive User …, 2016
162016
Visual-manual in-car tasks decomposed: text entry and kinetic scrolling as the main sources of visual distraction
T Kujala, J Silvennoinen, A Lasch
Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Automotive User …, 2013
162013
Visual distraction effects of in-car text entry methods: Comparing keyboard, handwriting and voice recognition
T Kujala, H Grahn
Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Automotive User …, 2017
142017
Computational models of user multitasking
DP Brumby, CP Janssen, T Kujala, DD Salvucci
Computational interaction design, 341-362, 2018
122018
Context-sensitive distraction warnings–Effects on drivers׳ visual behavior and acceptance
T Kujala, H Karvonen, J Mäkelä
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 90, 39-52, 2016
112016
Critical analysis on the NHTSA acceptance criteria for in-vehicle electronic devices
T Kujala, A Lasch, J Mäkelä
Proceedings of 6th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces …, 2014
112014
Relating experience goals with visual user interface design
JPP Jokinen, J Silvennoinen, T Kujala
Interacting with Computers 30 (5), 378-395, 2018
102018
Network entropy for the sequence analysis of functional connectivity graphs of the brain
C Zhang, F Cong, T Kujala, W Liu, J Liu, T Parviainen, T Ristaniemi
Entropy 20 (5), 311, 2018
102018
On the visual distraction effects of audio-visual route guidance
T Kujala, H Grahn, J Mäkelä, A Lasch
Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Automotive User …, 2016
102016
Balancing structural and temporal constraints in multitasking contexts
DD Salvucci, T Kujala
CogSci 2016: Proceedings of the 38th Annual Conference of the Cognitive …, 2016
102016
Naturalistic study on the usage of smartphone applications among Finnish drivers
T Kujala, J Mäkelä
Accident Analysis & Prevention 115, 53-61, 2018
92018
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