Publications

Articles

Lavallière, M.Lefebvre, F., & Couture, S. (2018). Le jeu de rôle en pédagogie universitaire : un exemple d’utilisation. Le Tableau, 7(2).

Imhoff, S., Lavallière, M., Germain-Robitaille, M., Teasdale, N., & Fait, P. (2017). Training driving ability in a traumatic brain injured individual using a driving simulator – A case report. International Medical Case Reports Journal.

Lavallière, M., D’Ambrosio, L., Gennis, A., Burstein, A., Godfrey, K. M., Waerstad, H., … Coughlin, J. F. (2017). Walking a Mile in Another’s Shoes: The Impact of Wearing an Age Suit. Gerontology and Geriatrics Education, 38(2), 171-187. doi:10.1080/02701960.2015.1079706

Imhoff, S., Lavallière, M., Teasdale, N., & Fait, P. (2016). Driving assessment and rehabilitation using a driving simulator in individuals with traumatic brain injury: a scoping review. NeuroRehabilitation, 39(2), 239-251.

Lavallière, M., Arezes, P., Burstein, A., & Coughlin, J. F. (2016). Tackling the challenges of an aging workforce with the use of wearables technologies and quantified-selfDYNA. 83(197).

Tremblay, M., F. Gallant, M. Lavallière, M. Chiasson, D. Silvey, D. Behn, W. Albert and M. Johnson (2015). Driving performance on the descending limb of Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) in undergraduate students: A pilot studyPlosOne, 10(2)

Choukou, M.-A., Bluteau, C., Germain-Robitaille, M., Simoneau, M., Lavallière, M., Moskowicz, T., Laurendeau, D., et Teasdale, N. (2014). Étude naturalistique de la négociation des intersections et du respect des limites de vitesse chez les conducteurs âgés de 65 ans et plus. Revue Recherche Transports Sécurité. 30. 271-281.

Mackrous, I., Lavallière, M., et Teasdale, N. (2014). Adaptation to simulator sickness in older drivers following multiple sessions in a driving simulator. Gerontechnology, 12(2), 101-111.

Reimer, B., Donmez, B., Lavallière, M., Mehler, B., Coughlin, J. F., et Teasdale, N. (2013). Impact of age and cognitive demand on lane choice and changing under actual highway conditions. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 52, 125-132.

Lavallière, M., Handrigan, G. A., Teasdale, N., et Corbeil, P. (2012). Obesity, where is it driving us? Journal of Transportation Safety & Security, 4(2), 83-93.

Lavallière, M., Simoneau, M., Laurendeau, D., et Teasdale, N. (2012). Active training and driving-specific feedback improve older drivers’ visual search prior to lane changesBMC Geriatrics, 12(5).

Lavallière, M., Laurendeau, D., Simoneau, M. and Teasdale, N. (2011), Changing lanes in a simulator: effects of aging on the control of the vehicle and visual inspection of mirrors and blind spot. Traffic Injury Prevention, 12, 2, 191-200.

Gamache, P.-L., Lavallière, M., Tremblay, M., Simoneau, M., et Teasdale, N. (2011). In-simulator training of driving abilities in a person with a traumatic brain injury. Brain Injury, 25(4), 416-425.

Terrier, R., Forestier, N., Berrigan, F., Germain-Robitaille, M., Lavallière, M., et Teasdale, N. (2011). Effect of terminal accuracy requirements on temporal gaze-hand coordination during fast discrete and reciprocal pointings. Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation, 8(1), 10.

Wang, Y., Zang, W., Reimer, B., Lavallière, M., Lesch, M., Horrey, W. J., et al. (2010). The effect of feedback on attitudes towards cellular phone use while driving: a comparison between novice and experienced drivers. Traffic Injury Prevention, 11, 471-477.

Cantin, V., Lavallière, M., Simoneau, M., et Teasdale, N. (2009). Mental workload when driving in a simulator: Effects of age and driving complexity. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 41(4), 763-771.

Tessier J-F, Kaszap M., Lavallière Martin, Tremblay Mathieu et Teasdale Normand. (2008). Implementing an analog speedometer in STISIM Drive using Parallax BSTAMP microcontroller. Advances in Transportation Studies, p. 91-96.

Lavallière Martin, Teasdale Normand, Tremblay Mathieu, Ngân N., Simoneau Marc et Laurendeau Denis. (2007). Visual inspections made by young and elderly drivers before lane changing. Advances in Transportation Studies, p. 17-24.

Lavallière Martin, Tremblay Mathieu, Cantin V., Simoneau Marc et Teasdale Normand. (2006). Aging yields a smaller number of fixations and a reduced gaze amplitude when driving in a simulator. Advances in Transportation Studies, p. 21-30.

Chapitre d’un livre

Evans, D., & Lavallière, M. (2017). Physical Fidelity. (pp.67-74), In S. Classen (Ed.), Driving simulation: for assessment, intervention, and training – a guide for occupational therapy and health care professionals. Bethesda, MD: American Occupational Therapy Association Press.

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