Eva-Maria Skottke

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OBJECTIVE The study focuses on potential compatibility relationships when simple lever tools are used. BACKGROUND Spatial compatibility between stimuli and responses determines performance. However, many tasks require the use of simple tools, such as levers that transform hand movements into tool movements. We explore with such a tool whether and how the(More)
Objective: The study focuses on potential compatibility relationships when simple lever tools are used. Background: Spatial compatibility between stimuli and responses determines performance. However, many tasks require the use of simple tools, such as levers that transform hand movements into tool movements. We explore with such a tool whether and how the(More)
Enabling highly automated driving is a long lasting endeavor in traffic research. Whereas technical solutions have been tested for more than 20 years, psychological effects of highly automated driving became subject to debate in the last decade. Recent studies revealed that switching from highly automated to manual driving mode produces some difficulties(More)
OBJECTIVE In the present study, we tested to what extent highly automated convoy driving involving small spacing ("platooning") may affect time headway (THW) and standard deviation of lateral position (SDLP) during subsequent manual driving. BACKGROUND Although many previous studies have reported beneficial effects of automated driving, some research has(More)
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