Dr. Muttart has been published numerous times. Listed below are the five most requested publications followed by four more publications, which can be accessed on the Internet.
1. Muttart, J. W., Fisher, D. L., Pollatsek, A., & Knodler, M. (2007). Driving Simulator Evaluation of Driver Performance during Hands-Free Cell Phone Operation in a Work Zone: Driving without a Clue (Technical Paper No. 07-2873). Washington, DC: Transportation Research Board and Texas A&M Work Zone Clearing House. 

3. Muttart, J. W., Messerschmidt, W., & Gillen, L. (2005). Relationship between Relative Velocity Detection and Driver Response Times in Vehicle Following Situations (Technical paper No. 2005-01-0427). Warrendale, PA: Society of Automotive Engineers. 

5. Muttart, J. W. (2000). Effects of Retroreflective Material upon Pedestrian Recognition at Night, Accident Reconstruction Journal, 11(1), 51-57. Also presented at the ASTM Subcommittee Meeting on the establishment of Standards for Safety Clothing. Washington, DC: NHTSA, 1998.
Internet Accessible
1. Muttart, J. W., Fisher, D. L., Pollatsek, A., & Knodler, M. (2007). Driving Without a Clue: Evaluation of Driver Simulator Performance During Hands-Free Cell Phone Operation in a Work Zone, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Volume 2018. Safety and Human Performance, pp. 9-14.

2. Muttart, J. W. (2005). Quantifying Driver Response Times Based upon Research and Real Life Data, 3rd International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training, and Vehicle Design, 3, 8-29. 

3. Muttart, J. W. (2004). Estimating Driver Response Times, (2004). Handbook of Human Factors in Litigation (Noy & Karkowski Ed.), (Ch. 14) Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press (Taylor & Francis) 14-1 – 14-24. 

4. Muttart, J. W. (2003). Driver Response in Various Environments Estimated Empirically (DRIVE3) co-author computer program (10/2003) owned and sold by REC-TEC, LLC.
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