The effect of cognitive distraction on perception-response time to unexpected abrupt and gradually onset roadway hazards.

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Summary of "The effect of cognitive distraction on perception-response time to unexpected abrupt and gradually onset roadway hazards."

A driving simulator study was conducted to investigate the effect of cognitive distraction on different stages of perception-response time (saccade latency, processing time, and movement time) to unexpected roadway hazards, both when the hazard onset is abrupt and when it is gradual.


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Name: Accident; analysis and prevention
ISSN: 1879-2057
Pages: 177-185


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