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Driving performance and specific attentional domains

Converging evidence from numerous previous studies highlights the relevance of attention in driving. However, these studies mostly conclude from respective situations or use complex tests that tap into further cognitive processes. Aiming a better understanding of specific attentional domains, we investigated the relation between visual selective attention, auditory selective attention, visual divided attention, switching attentionalContinue reading →

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Subjectively estimated vs. objectively measured adaptation to driving simulators – Effects of age, driving experience, and previous simulator adaptation

The present study aims to investigate whether drivers’ age and their experience with driving simulators could explain differences between a subjective estimation of system adaptation and a respective objective systematic measurement. Brandtner, A.; Liebherr, M.; Schweig, S.; Maas, N.; Schramm, D.; Brand, M. (2019): Subjectively estimated vs. objectively measured adaptation to driving simulators – EffectsContinue reading →

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1. Meilenstein

Am 31.01.2018 haben sich die Projektbeteiligten der Lehrstühle für ABWL & Internationales Automobilmanagement, für Mechatronik und für Allgemeine Psychologie: Kognition, Ford, HEAD acoustics und Allround Team zum 1. Meilenstein im Projekt ALFASY getroffen.

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