Divided-attention task on driving simulator: comparison among three groups of drivers

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FREYDIER, Chloé; PAXION, Julie; BERTHELON, Catherine; Bastien-Toniazzo, Mireille;
  • Subject: CONDUITE DU VEHICULE | SIMULATEUR DE CONDUITE | CONDUCTEUR EXPERIMENTE | EXPERIENCE (HOMME) | DOUBLE TACHE | [SHS.PSY]Humanities and Social Sciences/Psychology | [SHS.PSY] Humanities and Social Sciences/Psychology | ATTENTION | SIMULATEUR (CONDUITE) | [ SHS.PSY ] Humanities and Social Sciences/Psychology

Introduction: Driving is a complex and dynamic task that requires performing simultaneously several sub-tasks, as traffic management and vehicle control. Driving involves both automatic and controlled processing depending on situation met and drivers’ experience. Method... View more
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