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Other research product . 2008

Sources of Driver Distraction

REGAN MICHAEL, M; YOUNG, K; LEE, J; GORDON, C;
Open Access
English
Published: 01 Jan 2008
Publisher: CRC Press
Country: France
Abstract
In this chapter we present a taxonomic description of the various sources of driver distraction that are currently known to exist. The taxonomy is derived from selected major studies that have made use of secondary crash-based data sources collected by agencies (typically the police), from selected major observational studies, and from the defi nition of driver distraction presented in Chapters 1 and 3 of this book. The chapter concludes with a fi nal word on how the taxonomy might be expected to change as the driving task continues to evolve. Further discussion of taxonomic issues relevant to the classifi cation of distraction-related crash data can be found in Chapter 16 of this book.
Subjects

CLASSIFICATION, ENQUETE SUR PLACE (ACCID), ATTENTION

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