Effect of alcohol and divided attention task on simulated driving performance of young drivers

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FREYDIER , Chloé; BERTHELON , Catherine; Bastien-Toniazzo , Mireille; GINEYT , Guy;
(2013)
  • Publisher: HAL CCSD
  • Subject: CONDUITE DU VEHICULE | SIMULATEUR DE CONDUITE | CONDUCTEUR EXPERIMENTE | EXPERIENCE (HOMME) | DOUBLE TACHE | TAUX D'ALCOOLEMIE | [SHS.PSY] Humanities and Social Sciences/Psychology | [SHS.PSY]Humanities and Social Sciences/Psychology | CONDUITE (VEH) | SIMULATEUR (CONDUITE) | CHARGE MENTALE | [ SHS.PSY ] Humanities and Social Sciences/Psychology

The aim of this study is to evaluate driving impairment linked to divided attention task and alcohol and determinate if it is higher for novice drivers compared to more experienced drivers. Sixteen novice drivers and sixteen experienced drivers participated in three exp... View more
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